Header Bar - Present on every page. Contains the Menu icon on the left, page title in the center, and Checklist icon on the right.
Next-Page Arrow - Indicates which page will be next if swiped left. Different selections by the user will change the arrow title (NMOA, SMOA, Brewton, Jay, etc.).
Slide Selector - Extends or hides the selection area for choosing the Duty Runway and Working Area.
Information Hot Buttons (circle-i) - Indicates amplifying information is available. Touching on any of the icons will cause a popover page to be displayed containing the information. Popover examples are shown below.
Divert & Lost Comm Hot Buttons - Touching on these buttons displays appropriate emergency information page.
Taxi Graphics & Flow - Select to hide or display the graphics showing taxi routes between ramps and runways. The user can select the flow to be either OUT (outbound taxi) or IN (inbound taxi).
The Checklist Page is accessible through the icon located in the top right corner. This icon will be in the header of EVERY D-IFG page. It will not be present when viewing any information popovers.
It is broken into several parts. Page 1 contains all the checklists on the front side of the Quadfold while page 2 contains all the checklist on the backside of the Quadfold. The various charts have been broken out as a separate page to make the overall checklist more fluid when scrolling.
This page is built with persistence meaning that once this page is closed, the user will be in the exact same place upon their return.
Page Selection - Select which page of Quadfold to be displayed or charts that are incorporated on the Quadfold.
Back Arrow - Closes checklist and returns user to prior page.
Swipe - Swipe up or down to scroll through checklist.
Popovers are used throughout the application to display additional pertinent information pertaining to the subject area. Some popovers will be pictures or graphics while others will be primarily text. They are used to house large amounts of FWOP information that is unavailable via the traditional paper IFG.
Popovers are activated by touching their associated screen point. On the homepage, the presence of the information icon (circle-i) indicates there is a popover available for that subject area. Simply touch the information icon to bring up the popover.
The popover access point can also be a simple hot spot on the screen. This will normally be shaded to help indicate the availability of a popover to the user. An example of this would be the initial points on the entry page to the OLFs. Touching the initial point will bring up popover showing a picture of the initial point.
If there is a large amount of information, the inset popover can be swiped up or down to scroll through the information available.
When complete with the page, touch the close page icon (X) in the upper right corner of the popover.
Ramp popovers provide information pertaining to operations on the various parking ramps at KNSE. All three parking ramps have available popovers.
Like other popovers, the user can swipe up or down to scroll through the textual information. The application has been designed to keep the graphic present for reference when scrolling through the text.
Selecting the taxi direction to OUT (outbound) or IN (inbound) will change both the information and associated graphic.
The wind popover is located on the homepage page as well as all other airfield pages. The information icon (circle-i) is located by the windsock icon to indicate access to this popover.
The wind popover provides easy access to the crosswind tables and limitations. The user can select to view the crosswind table or the traditional crosswind graph via the selector in the top left corner of the popover.