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Flightmap is a handy and useful application which allows you to track all your past and future flights.The files you handle with Flightmap are itineraries, very much like the passenger receipt from your airline ticket.
When you start Flightmap, you see an empty itinerary. You can edit the table like a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel. The exception to this is the “distance” column, which is computed automatically in regard to the IATA airport codes of both previous columns. New rows are automatically added as you edit the last empty row.
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Version 2.0 is a significant update of the original Flightmap application. It implements the latest and greatest graphical user interface, new features, better data import and export capabilities, and more!
The application is mainly intended for personal use, but also incorporates a book keeping capability. You can import and export the details of any itinerary in the form of spreadsheets, or key/value pairs into a text file. With this, you can enter and view your itineraries manually, and also use a separate application for that, such as a text editor or your favorite spreadsheet.
Version 2.0 also introduces a graphical user interface, and includes many new features. These have been carefully designed to save the user the most amount of hassle.
Please refer to the next section for more information.
1. *Geographical maps* of the world.
2. Indication of the location of airports with the airline’s name.
3. Indication of the city in which the airport is situated.
4. Indication of the city in which the destination is situated.
5. Rough height of airfield for the given aircraft.
6. Indication of the airline name.
7. Indication of the originating airport.
8. Indication of the destination airport.
9. Indication of the flight number.
10. Indication of the IATA airport code.
11. Indication of the flight time.
12. Marking of the current flight number in the spreadsheet.
13. Automatic changing of font size.
14. Automatic line color.
15. Automatic text color.
16. Automatic font and font size.
17. Image preview for all airports.
18. Zoom in map with Ctrl+scroll wheel.
19. Zoom out map with Ctrl+scroll wheel.
20. Saving of additional data to the file.
21. Reading of the data from the file.
22. Saving and reading of itinerary from the file (grid).
23. Saving and reading of itinerary from the file (text).
24. Importing of itinerary from the file.
25. Importing of the selected file.
26. Export of the additional data to the file.
27. Export of the entire file (grid) to the file.
28. Export of the entire file (text) to the file.
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Open a file. When the file is open, we can start to manipulate it. Only the first and last row of the file can be edited.
add a new row: this is done by editing the last row using the ‘New Row’ button in the toolbar or by pressing the Ctrl+Enter on the keyboard. Every new row will be added under the last empty row of the file. When you are in the last row, you can edit the file like a table in a spreadsheet.
copy an existing row: this can be done easily using the ‘Copy Row’ button in the toolbar or by pressing the Ctrl+Alt+Up on the keyboard.
paste a row: this is done by selecting the row and pressing the Paste button in the toolbar or by pressing the Ctrl+V on the keyboard.
delete a row: this is done by selecting the row and pressing the Delete button in the toolbar or by pressing the Ctrl+Backspace on the keyboard.
reorder rows: this is done by dragging the row to where it will fit in the list, or by using the buttons to move the row in the toolbar.
sort a column: this is done by clicking the column header. The sort order of the columns can be to the left or to the right.
edit an existing column: this is done by clicking the column header. The editing mode depends on the ‘Toggle Editing Mode’ button in the toolbar or by pressing the Ctrl+Shift+B on the keyboard.
remove a column: this is done by clicking the column header. The removal button will appear beside the name of the column.
save the file: this can be done from the dialogs ‘Save as’ or ‘Save All’ buttons. The file is saved in the format.txt.
No editing can be done with open files. The only way to edit the open file is to close it.
Reading data from the file
Open a file. When the file is open, you can read the data using the Read Data button. The list of data you see depends on the file format. This is the same data we have seen on the screenshots.
Resolve an Issue: This gives you the opportunity to resolve the issue raised by Flightmap. It is possible to use all the data it contains, to search for a record of the flight you are interested in and to get more information.
New flight: You can see the flight details of the flight you are about to book.
Flightmap is an itinerary oriented data view of your past and future flights:
When you create the first itinerary, you enter the data by double-clicking on the desktop icon. The table will be automatically filled, and you can then save the table as a file on your hard disk.
If you decide to skip two flights in a row, Flightmap will create a new row with the distance between the times of the skipped trips.
If you follow the file, Flightmap will allow you to edit any aspect of the table, such as adding, removing or editing rows, changing the distance, removing a flight or simply saving the file as a portable data table.
The following features are available in Flightmap:
– Add a new row
– Edit the dates and times of a row
– Follow the file in order to update rows and move the distance between the rows in case you skip some trips.
– Change the distance between rows with an empty row
– Delete a row or modify a row’s time
– Delete a column
– Delete a column’s flight
– Edit the values of a column
– Sort the table with several options
– Search for a specific travel
The “follow” feature is done within the program as an OCR-engine. It can be automatically selected if an itinerary is saved in a structured way, and works well in most itineraries. Flightmap also tracks a flight’s duration as accurately as possible. If you have a round-trip itinerary, it will calculate the flight distance precisely as well.
This program is in French, German and English.
Instructions for the German version of Flightmap can be found here.
Need to know which flight is delayed? Just enter the time on a flight’s row and click the button “Get status” in the right panel.
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Paper itinerary – means the set of things that you need to do in order to make sure you get somewhere. I tend to use paper itinerary to decide which paper I should scan first, and I’ll often find that I write it down at night before the next day, though, quite often, I’d write it down in the morning and at night, I can tend to end up forgetting about it.
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