I just wanted to say thank you, for creating IMFD. I've been away from Orbiter a while, just getting back into it. I remember not being able to understand TransX very well, but taking to IMFD quite easily. Now that I'm back, I thought I'd give TransX another go. And OMG the minutiae of tweaking you have to do just to get a good ejection point! If I only had TransX, I'd never leave Earth. And Orbiter wouldn't be half as fun.
I just wish I could figure out how to work the slingshot program; haven't figured that part out yet.
I am planning a little code-structure rework regarding OGCI.
I have build myself projects and solutions to make the process a little different.
The main reason for this is (my personal) dislike of having .cpp files in the include folder
My 'solution' would just leave the OGCI.h in include folder and a (static) OGCI.lib library in the lib folder.
I think this would be "cleaner"... and by including #pragma comment(lib, "OGCI.lib") into the header, the user must not even add the library to their linker config!
I only have to check if all compiler combinations (2008,2010,2012) will work well.
I will not change anything until I am sure it works well, so no panic
Do you have any thoughts against this?
I am new to Orbiter. I attempted to install the LunarTransferMFD as the first add-on MFD in my Orbiter 2010 install. I copied the zip file to the main orbiter directory, and unzipped it. When I load the LTMFD scenarios, the LTMFD is does not appear in any selection page in the MFD panel.
Was wondering why this is; and didn't post in the add-on thread due to rule about necro-posting.