Viewing flights is one of the main reasons you will want to use SeeYou in the first place.
What you need is IGC flight files stored somewhere on the disk. Once you know where they are, you may go to File > Open , use the standard Windows graphics interface to select a flight file you would like to open.
You can also double click on an IGC file in Windows Explorer or drag and drop it to SeeYou:
Once the Flight file is read, it is automatically opened in 2D view. By using the View menu or icons in the toolbar, you may change the view to either Route , 3D , Graph or Statistics . To enhance the experience, you may turn on Flight parameters and the Legend. They will tell you more about the flight through a simple set of numbers and bars.
To move the glider along the track use the Arrow keys and Animation buttons . They will allow you to position the glider symbol anywhere on the flight to examine flight parameters at any given time of the flight. To further enhance the viewing experience, use the Desktops. Picture above shows an example of a flight window with multiple flights over vector maps, with flight parameters and legend, undocked Animation tool bar and mouse-right click menu.