+xTim Dawson - 11/27/2017 12:51:54 PMI don't really understand the question.Virtual Radar gives a perfect picture of your aircraft and its trajectory compared to the airspace ahead of you.
+xGerhard66 - 11/27/2017 7:51:53 PMHi Chris, the elevation is displayed on bottom of the stacked vertical airspace display. In Martin's screenshot it's 256 ft.Gerhard
+xckurz7000 - 11/28/2017 9:33:25 AM+xGerhard66 - 11/27/2017 7:51:53 PMHi Chris, the elevation is displayed on bottom of the stacked vertical airspace display. In Martin's screenshot it's 256 ft.Gerhard I was actually talking about my own altitude at which I am flying. When I do a "What's Here" on the map I would like to see my own altitude in relation to those of the airspace structure. This could, e.g., be as simple as a fat line at my altitude shown in the altitude deption on the "What's Here" pop-up window. Additionally, I would also emphasize the airspace (if any) I am flying in currently.Here is a crude rendition of what I have in mind:Tim's argument was that this (and more) is already provided by Virtual Radar. However, you only see stuff along your route in that window. With the "What's Here" I can do that for any off-route point as well. Also, it is a different way to present the information which is always helpful.-- Chris.