In-Flight Instruments (iOS): Live Instruments Add-on for Infinite Flight


#616

Magic. It works. Thank you so much Jan and John for the assistance. Let’s go buy some more IAPs now!


#617

Great! You’re welcome! Enjoy! 👍😃


#618

Could you try unchecking and rechecking Enable Infinite Flight Connect and closing and restarting IF in between?


#619

I certainly can try ;)


#620

Ehh, unfortunately it didnt work :(


#621

Aahh. Shame. It’ll get figured out.


#622

Could you try on another Wi-Fi network?
That way issues with firewalls or other router issues can be excluded.


#623

Yep, tried. Quite a few times


#624

I just tried it out for the first time, it all works perfectly (except the IAPs as I didn’t get them yet). It made landing a Cirrus so much easier, and I actually made a smooth landing, instead of bouncing and nearly crashing! I’m leaving 5 stars on the App Store.


#625

Hello love the app but how do I have it so it’s on one screen.


#626

Do you have it on one screen or different screens?


#627

One screen mode is as a Slide Over on an iPad that supports Slide Over apps.

See here for a list of iPads that support it (obviously any iPad later than those works too):


#628

I have an iPad Air 2 but I can’t make it into a split screen (because I don’t know how to).


#629

(for iOS 11):

  1. Go into Infinite Flight
  2. Swipe up a bit from the bottom of the screen
  3. Drag In-Flight Instruments from this app bar to the right side of your screen.
  4. Let go.

#630

If you are on iOS 11, then here’s how:

  1. Open IF-I and then minimize the app (don’t quit it all the way.)
  2. Open IF
  3. Swipe up from the bottom of your screen just a tad so that you see this little gray strip of app icons
  4. Drag IF-I the icon onto one side of the screen and then let go so that it shows up.

#631

Oh ok thanks great…


#632

Thanks for the help.


#633

Awesome! Thanks, those reviews always make my day. 😅


#634

Yup I left five stars 🌟 too.


#635

Is there any way to make it smaller?