Information Dock Window
This dock window contains text information about airports in several tabs as well as information for one or more navaids, airways in another tab plus an additional tab showing airspace information.
All information can be copied to the clipboard as formatted text. Use the context menu of the text fields or use
Ctrl+A to select all and
Ctrl+C to copy the content to the clipboard.
Information for one airport, navaid or userpoint is shown when selecting one of the
Show Information for ... context menu items in the map, flight plan dock window or the search result table.
All tabs are filled for airport, all navaids, all userpoints or all airspaces which are close to the cursor for a left click in the map.
Little Navmap shows tabs based on priorities and selected objects and tries minimize tab changes.
A blue link
Map in the information allows jumping to and/or highlighting the shown object on the map.
Bearing and distance (rhumb line constant course) to the user aircraft is shown for airports and navaids if connected to a simulator and distance is below 500 NM.
All information about airports and navaids includes one or more links at the bottom of the object information in section
Scenery. These links point to the matching
BGL (FSX, P3D) or
DAT (X-Plane) files that contain information about the airport or navaid. Click the links to open the containing folder in your file manager (e.g. Windows Explorer). If possible, the matching file will be selected automatically.
Multiple links can appear for airports since these can be updated by several files from different add-on sceneries or navdata updates.
Tab Airport, Runways, Com, Procedures and Weather
These five tabs show information for one selected airport.
Sunrise and sunset are calculated based on current real date if no simulator is connected. Otherwise the simulator date is used. This is indicated by the text
(civil twilight, real date) or
(civil twilight, simulator date).
Weather also includes decoded weather information for the selected airport. The flight rules icon (Legend - Airport Weather) has a suffix
- Map if the shown weather source is the source for airport weather icons on the map.
Additional links for helipads are available in the tab
Picture above: Airport information overview. Additional tabs show information for runways, COM frequencies, approaches and weather. Weather symbols user NOAA weather as source. Sunset and sunrise is based on simulator date. Bearing and distance to user aircraft shown on top.
More than one or more navaid, userpoint or airway can loaded into this tab on left click.
An airway is always displayed with all its waypoints. Click any blue waypoint link to center the map around the waypoint.
|Picture above: Navaid information. Two navaids were close to the cursor when clicked.||Picture above: Navaid information. Display of several airways with altitude restrictions and list of clickable waypoints.|
Airspaces are highlighted on the map with their boundary and a text label when clicking the
Map link in the information window.
Click the link
Remove Highlights from Map in the information window to remove the highlights from the map.
Picture above: Two airspaces that are shown in the information after clicking into the map. Two airspaces are highlighted on the map after clicking onto the
Map link in the information text.
Simulator Aircraft Dock Window
This dock window shows information about the user aircraft and about AI or multiplayer aircraft in several tabs. Little Navmap has to be connected to the simulator to enable this feature. See Connecting to a Flight Simulator for more information on this topic.
Gives an overview about the user aircraft and shows type, weight and fuel information.
Picture above: Aircraft information when connected to a flight simulator.
Shows information similar to a flight management computer about the user aircraft. This covers flight plan progress, altitude, speed, ambient and environment parameters.
The text information in the tab has a link
More Less on the top left. You can use this to toggle between more detailed and less information.
Note that the fuel and time estimates in this tab are based on actual fuel consumption and speed. These are not affected by the aircraft performance profile (Aircraft Performance).
|Picture above: Progress and ambient information of the current flight situation. Some fields or tables like
||Picture above: Progress information folded to the most important values using the
Tab AI / Multiplayer
Information about an AI or multiplayer aircraft from the simulator (not online networks) or ship is displayed in this tab if a vehicle is clicked on the map.
This also includes the aircraft's departure and destination airports that can be shown on the map by clicking on the blue links (only for FSX or P3D and if a flight plan is filed).
Note that information on AI aircraft is limited on X-Plane. Only position, altitude and heading can be displayed.
Picture above: Information about an AI aircraft.
Legend Dock Window
Contains two tabs: One tab
Navmap explaining the various airport and navaid symbols and a tab
Map which shows the
general legend for the base map like the OpenStreetMap for example.
The contents of the
Navmap legend are also available in the online manual: Nav Map Legend.
Note that the general map legend is not available for all map themes.