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Hi,

I've got Navigraph setup correctly to update the AIRAC cycle but I have a question.

 

With the Navdata & SidStars Folders being in two separate folder, does it read those files aswell when I Update the AIRAC Cylcle ? EFB does show the current Nav cycle but I was unsure.

 

Again apologises for asking this question.Maybe I should read the Manual aswell to learn some more of the using of EFB.

 

Many Thanks

 

Jason

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Jason,

you are showing folders and files from the EFB v1 Navdata.

Download and run navdata for version 2, then run the "Update Navdata" function from the Database Builder.

 

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Urs,

 

Thanks for your reply. I've enclosed a picture of the Database Builder showing the Data folder and the cycle information , also a picture for my setup for Navigraph which it installs the AIRAC cycle automatically. 

 

I'm confused as to what you mean? As I thought the cycle was for version 2 I was using? Or is my setup wrong somewhere.

I'll await your reply.

 

Many Thanks

 

Jason

 

 

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Hi Jason,

as far as I can see from the pictures, the setup seems to be correct. I was just pointing out that the screenshots in your first post are showing navigation data from version 1. It is using two folders and it is using text files. Version 2 does only require one folder and version 2 is using binary files. The paths on your second screenshot point to the version 2 folder.

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Urs,

 

Thanks again. I'll delete the Navdata and SidStar folders which are from the old version.

 

So am I right in saying that the SidStars , fixes is part of the procedures.bin file.

 

Regards

 

Jason

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2 hours ago, Jason said:

So am I right in saying that the SidStars , fixes is part of the procedures.bin file.

yes, that's right.

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