I'm Simon Haynes.
Welcome to
Spacejock Software

On this site you'll find my free software including favourites like yWriter, yBook, FCharts and more.

Are you looking for a freelance programmer? I occasionally take on additional projects, conversions, etc.

I'm also an author, with five sf comedy novels in print (details, Kindle) and a junior science fiction series for ages 8+ (details, Kindle).

I think they call that multitasking. I call it a lot of work.


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Software:

Anti-browser
BookDB
FCharts SE
FCharts Pro
HamTime2
LCD Tester
RMP3
Sonar3
TrackAMinute2
yBook2
yCopy2
yEdit2
yGen2
yLaunch2
yLend
yMail2
yNotes
yPlay2
yRead3
yRoute
yTimer2
yWriter5



New Release!


Thonn Day

Traffic editor for Flight Simulator 2002 and 2004
by Spacejock Software
Runs on all versions of Windows, 32- or 64- bit and Wine on Linux & Mac


What is yRoute?
Very popular :-)
If you've decompiled the AI traffic from Flight Sim 2002 (or later) with Lee Swordy's TrafficTools utilities you'll know that editing the resulting flight plans and aircraft by hand can be time consuming and prone to errors. There's something about editing a 2.5 meg text file in Wordpad which just doesn't appeal to me, so I set out to write something which would allow me to do what I wanted - namely, to populate deserted airfields with a variety of interesting aircraft.

Where's the help file?
There is no help file. You need to read the TrafficTools docs (which are very thorough) Once you understand the relationship between airports.txt, aircraft.txt and flightplans.txt, yRoute will make perfect sense. Honestly. I've put tooltips on every option, and if you can't use a particular option it will be greyed out.