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Hi guys Im confused as to what  the custom intermediate waypoint setting is.

When flying over land and water with RW chosen, I get the same cloud appearing

in the same spot. For example it has (custom x6G8 show up in the box ) and then the weather

gradually changes as I near a weather station. Is this normal and is there a way to change it?

Oh the cloud always appears  low level.

 

First time on this Forum hope this makes sense 

cheers Gumby

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Welcome Gumby,

 

I don't use FSGRW but I do have a copy somewhere on my PC,I will  see if I can replicate that.

 

Roughly where are you flying, and on what day of the year.

 

Would you have a screenshot of the problem?

 

Cheers,

Joe

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Hi Joe. I'm not completely sure how to put a screenshot up, but I can tell

you that I fly from Melbourne YMML to Launceston YMLT in Aus. Usually

20min into flight either direction you will come across this cloud layer over Bass Strait.

Seems to occur every time I fly this route. It is almost like a default setting when you are out

of range with a weather station, then (custom x6G8) kicks in. This I've noticed can also

occur over some (custom) land areas. It's a fantastic product otherwise and will continue

to use it.

All the best

Gumby

 

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I'm just about to fly back from King Island to somewhere near Melbourne and I use FSGRW, will report if I find anything strange.  Didn't have problems flying into Tasmania through Flinders Island on the way in.

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Hi  Corsaire from Flinders Island to Tassie should be ok because its within

range of Weather stations from memory, and I generally fly high altitude aircraft. Seems

to be over certain stretches of land or water there is the same effect especially

Launceston to Melbourne once you get into the (custom weather areas) over Bass Strait.

Cheers

Gumby

 

 

 

 

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