Introduction to Custom Currency Scripting

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* '''A loop script''', which is run for each flight within the specified time period (starting with your most recent flight). The loop script does the work of determining whether your currency is valid or expired, based on specific aspects of your flights, such as landings, instrument approaches, etc.
 
* '''A loop script''', which is run for each flight within the specified time period (starting with your most recent flight). The loop script does the work of determining whether your currency is valid or expired, based on specific aspects of your flights, such as landings, instrument approaches, etc.
 
* '''A description''' for the currency definition. You can use this for free-form text or notes about the currency definition. This description is also emailed to you as part of the currency alert notification, when this currency is due to expire. No calculations are affected by this field.
 
* '''A description''' for the currency definition. You can use this for free-form text or notes about the currency definition. This description is also emailed to you as part of the currency alert notification, when this currency is due to expire. No calculations are affected by this field.
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Revision as of 23:25, 13 December 2011

ZuluLog allows you to create your own custom currency definitions, to supplement the built-in definitions already provided for you (such as passenger-carrying currency and instrument currency). You might do this because you are subject to additional government or corporate regulations not built into ZuluLog, or because you wish to impose more stringent minimums on yourself than required by regulations. You can create currency definitions for both pilot currency (based on flight records) and aircraft currency (based on aircraft expense, inspection, and maintenance records).


To create your own currency definitions, you'll need to supply:



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