The moving map shows your own aircraft depicted at the lower middle border of the EFIS in yellow.
Foreign aircraft are red.
Press CTRL key and left-click to hide/show the white fixes.
Press SHIFT key and left click to show/hide the airports.
The up button moves your plane to the middle and then to the upper border of the EFIS, the down button vice versa.
The left / right button moves your aircraft to the left, middle and right position.
Resize the EFIS as big as you like and increase the radius of the EFIS view.
Select a new range with the range combo box of the EFIS from 2 to 200 miles.
Left-click to any target to directly 'select' the target. The target will be circled in yellow.
Pressing the 'NAV' button on the EFIS will turn the aircraft directly into the correct heading to target.
Right-click to any follow up target. Follow up targets are numbered and circled green on the EFIS.
Right click on an empty EFIS space to remove the last follow up target.
All ClickTargets will be connected by an orange line.
In 'NAV' mode, FSXPilot will always fly from the first, second, third ... to the last click-selected target.
From here, FSXPilot will switch to 'Heading' mode and stay on the current heading.
Up to five EFIS ClickTargets can be defined with FSXPilot Shareware.
In PRO, the number of ClickTargets on the EFIS is unlimited.
When locked to a NAV target, the EFIS moving map will display the name, distance, ETE and ETA:
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