Is it possible to add more information about the aircraft?
shogooda uses an older version of the plane finder client, but the is not the problem.
There must be something missing in ccs stylesheets or …?!
I only see the map , but not aircrafts
You have to change the host-ip to your external IP-adress and forward some ports
var hostIp = ‘http://192.168.0.24’
yep no planes
Didn’t had the time to check you’re modified script, so I still have to try
Hope this evening.
And thanks for sending it
Well, I live in the valley of the mountains.
It’s bad, I envy you flat
My position is 510 meters above sea level.
Can you share you’re latest code with me, before I begin with trying ?
You should probably make a github project out of this, but I have no idee how to do that lol
PM send , Github sorry , i’m only thinkering…
You’re doing a good job
After some more research and checking in the “web inspector”
i finally have the labels working correct
So tell me how you did it.
I was wondering where you are located? And elevation of the antenna?
I live in Katwijk but the receiver is located at my moms house indoor and it’s blocked by a chimney of bricks at the north side.
So not to good receiving, however I still receive planes from 100km away.
And ofcourse it’s not to far from AMS and the approach is over Katwijk most of the times
Located in Almere
Piaware prostick plus , Flightaware antenna outside and uputronics ceramic filtered preamp.
some very good progress by user bramjacobse
mandatory Bing key and Planfinder feeder ( to get route info from).
and the tinkering … continues…
result by replacing
text: type + " FL" + parseInt(this.alt_baro / 100),
to display FL next to aircraft type.
approaching …‘head-on’ ! 900’ vert diff.
BTW how difficult is, to add a ‘forward speed vector for 1 minute’ ?