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  3. FSDG publishes release schedule – FACT releasing September Today, FSDG provided us with a short update in the shape of a picture with a release schedule for upcoming products on their Facebook page. One product that stands out is their highly anticipated Cape Town scenery which started out as a lite product but recently got changed to a full scale product, now has a release date of September 12 instead of the rumored August release. On top of this, their version of Rhodes is set to release on October 20. The rest of the products on the list include Lite versions of Nairobi, Enfidha, Casablanca and Dalaman. All of these are on time, with Dalaman estimated for February 19 of next year. Their Bremen scenery, which was briefly previewed back in January, also got a brief mention on the list as being on time. The list was not all great news though, as their Antalya scenery has been cancelled. For more news on FSDG, stay tuned to FSElite. SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/news/fsdg-publishes-release-schedule-fact-releasing-september/
  4. Hello fellow simmers! Coming out of Flight Sim Expo, I was pumped to add more hands on realism to my sim. I met several great people and companies all building hardware for our simulation niche. After much debate on which company and panel to go with, I decided to go with Diagma for my first panel. This is my first look and review of the Diagma flight simulator panel with the panel builder software. I want to start of by saying that Azat at Diagma was a pleasure doing business with. He was very fast and responsive on any questions I had from before purchase through and after the purchase and delivery. With all that said, lets get into budget and pre-delivery considerations. Whatever panel you go with, if it does not come with a monitor, that should be one of your first things to look at. You want the panel to fit perfectly on whatever monitor you choose. For this, you will need the exact dimensions of the panel. Azat was kind enough to get these to me and put those online for future customers. I researched sizes of monitors and found a dell 23” monitor that would fit this panel perfectly. It fits edge to edge with just enough room on the bottom to hit the power button to turn it on and off. It looks like it was made for this panel. See below for links to all the products in this review. With the monitor purchased and on the way, the Diagma panel and panel builder software were being shipped out as well. Both were scheduled to arrive in just a couple of days. I was excited to get things ready to fly. My A2A C172 was fired up on P3D and ready to go. Once the panel arrived, it was easy to install on the monitor. It has straps on both sides that fit around the monitor to hold it in place and snug. Instructions said to mount it after you setup the panel builder software, but I was able to do this with the panel in place without any issues. With the panel attached to the monitor and the USB cable from that panel connected to my PC, I was ready to setup the software. The software was easy to install, however it will take you a few hours to get things figured out as far as what controls you need to add and where. To start the software, open up Panel Builder. Make sure that your USB dongle is plugged into your computer or you will go into DEMO mode on the software. This is kind of a pain, but I am sure they offer a software key version as well. Now to add the controls. The process is simple, you find the controls you want in the Building menu—>Add Instrument. You click off which instruments you want to add and they appear on the screen when you click the Operation—>Start button. This is an iterative process unless you have a review like this to show you exactly which controls to add. I will provide this at the bottom of the review as well. You will be able to check off all of the controls and click one add and they will all be there. Once the controls have been added you will need to arrange them on your monitor. You can select which monitor to add them to from the Operation—>Edit Panel. I selected to run this software on one monitor only with it being on monitor 2. You can also set the color of the background to black out to black which I did. This will make the controls pop. When the controls first appear, they will appear on your main monitor and you will drag them into the location on the external display. Put them in their correct location and then resize them with the mouse wheel. Its that easy to get them in place and sized. Now they are all ready for your sim. Now that your controls are all in place, the next step is to get it all connected and functional in your sim. This took me awhile to get right and also took the latest version of P3D with the latest version of FSUIPC with the mouse macro feature added back in to get working 90% correct. I have a few things that are not perfect, but will work to get those correct or you may have a solution for me if you have to get this panel and software. Start up your sim, start the simPluggins Prepar3DV4 software. Click Connect. You controls on the monitor should move and reset to your current conditions. Its that simple when running both the sim and sim plugging all on the same computer. This software does enable you to run the panel software on a separate pc, but they must both be on the same network. I have done this, but it added a second pc and no performance difference on my setup, so it was not worth the additional complexity for me. For others with a lesser machine, you may want to use a second PC to run your controls. If you do this, keep in mind, the panel builder software must run on the second PC, and you run the simPlugins connection software on your flight sim pc to connect the two. Now that the sim and software are connected and your sim is running, its time to get the panels controls working. I have attached some notes in a screen shot below on what I have done. Some of the controls I set to use P3D controls, while many of them I needed FSUIPC to setup. I did have a few toggle switches at the bottom that only P3D would see, not FSUIPC. The issue is that I do not have the option I need in P3D to set it to the functionality in the aircraft, only FSUIPC has this. Its a work in progress to figure this out, but its minimal since its just lighting in the aircraft and not really a big deal to me. This is not a tutorial on how to use FSUIPC as I am not an expert at it, however I know enough to get by and get this panel working. I used two methods to add controls on the panel to FSUIPC which I will detail now: Most controls were easy to add using the standard button+switches. Click or turn the knob on the monitor in the direction that you want to program. Click Select for FS control. Pull down the menu below it that says “Control sent when button pressed”. Select what you want to send in this pull down. This is the more complex option and has to do with mouse clicks. You have to create a mouse macro first, you do this on the left side on that same menu by going into the sim and doing what you want, then back into FSUIPC and saving it off. You will then be able to select this macro in the same pull down as the first option above in 1. This mouse macro will now be attached to your button or knob. The hardest part of programming the controls was finding what you need. Some things took a few google searches to come up with the correct simulation api to use. For example moving the Altimeter knob, you will need to use the Kohlsman Inc and Kohlsman Dec to get this working. Another odd feature is on the artificial horizon. You can use P3D or FSUIPC to control this, however it only changes the control on your panel, not in the simulator. The details on what to use will be on the blueprint I have attached in this review. Now that all your controls are programmed and functioning in the aircraft, its time to take off and use your new panel. Let me say, its great to actually physicallyy touch the knobs and see functionality on the panel and in the sim. An example is aligning your magnetic compass on the heading indicator at startup with the knob on the left of that control. You then set your heading that you want as well with the knob on the right of that control. It all just works. From your 2 Nav’s, your ADF, to starting the plane with your Magneto switch, it all just works and works great. The magneto is a little more work to program as there are 4 locations on the dial to program. Once setup you will find it a pleasure to use. As you can see, I spent a day with the sparks designed “Steve’s Redneck Salvage” A2A C172. I flew from Juneau Alaska to the glaciers and up to Skagway Alaska. It was a fun day in the skies of Alaska exploring with my new Panel from Diagma. I would give the panel 5 starts out of 5 for sure. The construction of the panel is top notch with very nice switches and controls that do not feel like a toy. This panel feels and looks real. Interacting with it in sim is a blast and will take your immersion to a whole new level. For someone who is about to go for their PPL, this panel was a must purchase for me. My goal is to step into a real 172 and feel right at home. This will make that first experience so much easier and familiar. The software gets 4.75 stars out of 5. It would of had 5 stars if there was an option to export your settings to share with fellow simmers. This has been locked out for professional users only, not home users. However I did find a way to copy those settings from one PC to another because duplicating this effort is a pain if you run on multiple machines. PM me if you want the details of how to do this. I hope you enjoyed this first look and review of the Diagma DPPL-1804 Flight Simulator Panel with the Panel Builder for Diagma Panels. My next purchase will be a set of C172 controls. Flying with A10 controls is still fun, but I need a yoke and throttle that feels more c172 like. That review will be next once I get those controls ordered. I am looking at Diagma as well as one other company to fulfill those needs to complete my in home C172. Till next time, Caderly (Caderly_one) Equipment List: Diagma DPPL-1804 Flight Simulator Panel Plus 380.00 https://www.flightsim-diagma.com/product-page/panel-plus Panel Builder for Diagma Panels 64.00 https://www.flightsim-diagma.com/product-page/panel-builder Dell Professional P2317H 23" Screen LED-Lit Monitor 175.00 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FGCJAHU/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Controls to add to panel builder: ADF Airspeed Indicator Altimeter Analog Artificial Horizon C172 Chronometer C172 EGT FF C172 Fuel Dual C172 FSX Heading Indicator C172 Nav1 (Needle) Nav2 (NOGS) Oil C172 RPMLarge Turn Indicator VAC AMP C172 Vertical Speed Indicator Programming P3D, FSUIPC: ADF Right: FSUIPC 2-8 ADF Needle Set ADF Card Inc ADF Left: FSUIPC 2-9 ADF Needle Set ADF Card Dec Airspeed Indicator(Nothing to program) Altimeter Analog Right FSUIPC 2-0 Kohlsman Inc Altimeter Analog Left FSUIPC 2-1 Kohlsman dec Artificial Horizon C172 Right FSUIPC 2-12 Attitude bars down Artificial Horizon C172 Left FSUIPC 2-13 Attitude bars up Chronometer C172 This needs work. Use the mouse macro controls but you need to macro it to both the panel and the panel in the plane. For some reason, they both need to be part of that macro. EGT FF C172(Nothing to program) Fuel Dual C172 FSX(Nothing to program) Heading Indicator C172 Right FSUIPC 2-2 Heading bug inc Heading Indicator C172 Left FSUIPC 2-3 Heading bug dec Nav1 (Needle) Right FSUIPC 2-4 Vor1 obi inc Nav1 (Needle) Left FSUIPC 2-5 Vor1 obi dec Nav2 (NOGS) Right FSUIPC 2-6 Vor2 obi inc Nav2 (NOGS) Left FSUIPC 2-6 Vor2 obi dec Oil C172(Nothing to program) RPMLarge(Nothing to program) Turn Indicator(Nothing to program) VAC AMP C172(Nothing to program) SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.flightsim-diagma.com/product-page/panel-plus NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  5. Sky Force 3D Technical Update 2 - Reminder You can update Sky Force 3D via the applications 'Check For Updates' feature or download the update directly from our support forum. In addition, you can download and install a full updated copy of the application where you originally purchased Sky Force 3D. For more information and a comprehensive look at Sky Force 3D, please visit http://www.rexskyforce.com 15% OFF Sky Force 3D! DISCOUNT INFORMATION: To receive this discount, purchase Sky Force 3D where you originally purchased another REX product. Buy Now | REX Store Buy Now | SimMarket Buy Now | PC Aviator Buy Now | Just Flight Buy Now | Aerosoft Share Tweet Forward +1 Share Copyright Š 2018 REX Game Studios, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you opted in via our REX Store or REX Support Forum to receive news on the latest products from REX. Our mailing address is: REX Game Studios Saratoga St Tempe, AZ 85281 Add us to your address book Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list. SOURCE INFOhttps://store.rexdownload.com/sky-force-3d-for-fsx-fsx-steam-and-prepar3d/15-rex-sky-force-3d.html DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://store.rexdownload.com/sky-force-3d-for-fsx-fsx-steam-and-prepar3d/15-rex-sky-force-3d.html NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://store.rexdownload.com/sky-force-3d-for-fsx-fsx-steam-and-prepar3d/15-rex-sky-force-3d.html
  6. Teased earlier this week, Orbx has today released a brand new update for KSAN San Diego for users. After listening to the community’s feedback, developer Matteo Veneziani has improved almost everything about the product. As previously said, the new version is almost 100% new compared to the original, with performance increases and new details included. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/orbx-release-ksan-san-diego-international-airport-v2/
  7. Milviz King Air 350i Previews And New Aircraft Announcement SOURCE INFO An extremely anticipated aircraft, the Milviz King Air 350i has been in the works for quite some time now. While we hadn’t seen any new previews on the aircraft for a short while, Milviz changed that over the past few weeks with a few new previews of the Proline21 that will be incorporated into the aircraft as well as Rex WX Radar integration! https://www.facebook.com/Milviz/ https://fselite.net/previews/milviz-king-air-350i-previews-and-new-aircraft-announcement/
  8. Chewwy got to test out the new PMDG 747-8 today. The plane is looking sweet and I can’t wait to fly it. From what I am hearing, we could be a couple of weeks away from the launch. caderly SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/previews/watch-the-pmdg-747-8-in-action-beta/
  9. I leave for Wisconsin on the 5th Ugh! Can't wait to fly it. Setting up a flight in the A319 right now.
  10. Data Update Notice All systems have been updated to cycle 1809. New Charts Available The Jeppesen charts in the Navigraph Charts product suite have been updated - airport charts as well as enroute charts. New FMS Data Available A newly updated set of FMS Data is now available either as manual installation files or via the FMS Data Manager software. All for now, The Navigraph Development Team SOURCE INFOhttps://www.navigraph.com/ DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.navigraph.com/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.navigraph.com/
  11. This is all sim related not just P3D. I recall on a previous show some of you had issues with PC Pilot. I found this digital version of the magazine about a year ago and have been a subscriber ever since. It may not be monthly, but I would say I get an issue at least every other month. I love reading it and there are some great series of articles as well as reviews and other stuff. I bring this to you attention for 2 series of articles that span many issues and in my opinion are worth the investment at 3.99 a back issue. The first is a series on airliner simulation. It starts with issue 111 through the current issue of 117. 111: Airline Simulation, Part 1: The flight deck 112: Airline Simulation Part 2: Flight planning 113: Airline Simulation Part 3: Preparing at the gate 114: Airline Simulation Part 4: Pushing back 115: Airline Simulation Part 5: The take-off 116: Airline Simulation Part 6: Settling down in the cruise 117: Airline Simulation Part 7: Descent and landing preparation The second series starts with issue 106 and continues through the current issue of 117. 106: GA back to basics: The principles of flight 107: GA back to basics: Understanding trim controls 108: GA back to basics: Preflight and groundhandling procedures 109: GA back to basics: Angle of attack, balanced flight and using flaps 110: GA back to basics: Advanced skills -- stalls, steep turns, ... 111: GA back to basics: Landing techniques 112: GA back to basics: The circuit pattern 113: GA back to basics: More demanding manoeuvers 114: GA back to basics: When things don't go to plan 115: GA back to basics: Forced landings without power 116: GA back to basics: Getting through the checkride 117: GA back to basics: Visual Navigation I have not read 100% of these. I have read most of the Airline simulation and I am going back to read up all the GA articles. I have started GA, but want to revisit the entire series. I think this is a great magazine and wish there were more magazines that hit our market. You guys should support them so we don't loose a media source that is great. I can read them on my PC, ipad, and phone with the pocketmags app. Link below to the magazine. Caderly SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://pocketmags.com/pc-pilot-magazine
  12. TROPICALSIM St. Thomas 2018 Released A new and improved St. Thomas Cyril E. King (TIST) for P3D has been released. Tropical Sim is well known for their Caribbean airports. Their latest upgrade to the new P3D platform is St. Thomas Cyril E. King International airport (TIST) St. Thomas airport is located approximately 2 miles (3km) west of the central business district of Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas which is in the United States Virgin Islands. Out of all the airports in the Virgin Islands, it is the busiest. The 7200 foot runway houses many types of small to medium sized aircraft from other parts of the Caribbean and East Coast of the United States. SOURCE INFO https://secure.simmarket.com/tropicalsim-st-thomas-cyril-e-king-tist-2018-fsx-p3d.phtml https://fselite.net/news/tropicalsim-st-thomas-2018-released/
  13. Shalomar2

    prepar3d / fsx McDonnell 220 coming to P3D

    I know this aircraft. The Air Force wanted an economical way to train pilots to fly aircraft with four engines. Actually this aircraft to my knowledge never made it beyond prototype; the AF chose to use a Jetstar modified with four engines. The company Ceo used this plane as his personal transport. Donald
  14. Traffic Global Early Access - v1.1.0.7 Update Dear Sir/Madam, This is just a quick mail to let you know that new v1.1.0.7 software for Traffic Global Early Access is now available, providing 5,000 additional flight plans, a new Vietnam Airlines livery and a number of fixes and additions to the Traffic app. Please see the Traffic Global Early Access Support page for all the details. If you log in to your Just Flight account and click on 'Your Orders', you will be able to re-download this latest Traffic Global software. Best wishes, The Just Flight Crew SOURCE INFOhttps://www.justflight.com/ DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.justflight.com/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.justflight.com/
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  16. Turbulent's Idaho Falls Regional Airport Out Now! Save up to 50% on OrbxDirect until 22 August 2018 01:00Z View this email in your browser KIDA Idaho Falls Regional Airport out now! This summer the Turbulent Designs team have been hard at work making their high quality add-ons available for OrbxDirect users, and KIDA is the newest contender KIDA Idaho Falls Regional Airport is an air transportation center for Eastern Idaho, Southern Montana, and Western Wyoming travelers and serves as an access point to some of America’s favorite tourist destinations including Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Sun Valley, Idaho. Located at 43°30′49″N 112°04′15″W and 4,744 ft / 1,446 m above sea level, Idaho Falls covers an area of 866 acres, features two asphalt runways and a restaurant. This airport includes over 11km2 of 60cm per pixel imagery that covers the airport itself as well as a large part of the city of Idaho Falls. The area is covered in high detail custom autogen. Every house, shop, gas station and commercial building is a custom-built model. In addition, every tree and shrub is a hand-placed custom object! In addition to the airport you’ll find points of interest including Reed’s Dairy, the water tower and Idaho Falls itself. Key Features Accurate representation of Idaho Falls Regional Airport 11.7km2 coverage area including the Falls High quality modelled buildings and POIs Vegetation uses Turbulent's own Real Flora tech High definition ground poly Features Orbx Flow technology Baked in ambient occlusion and lighting High detail custom autogen Optional dynamic lighting for P3Dv4 only Optional light mapping (FSX only) Turbulent Designs Clutter library KIDA Idaho Falls Regional Airport for FSX/P3D is now available to purchase from OrbxDirect for AUD $32.95 (approx. USD $24.35 / €21 / £18.60 ) Please note that for KIDA to run properly, you need the NA Central Rockies region which can be found at 50% off below SAVE 10% ON KIDA FOR FSX/P3D -30% ESSA Stockholm Arlanda -30% KHAF Half Moon Bay Airport -30% CityScene Gold Coast -50% NA Central Rockies Hey - Did you know that we are now more social than ever before? Keep up with the latest Orbx news by following us on Twitter and Facebook! SOURCE INFOhttps://orbxdirect.com/ DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://orbxdirect.com/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://orbxdirect.com/
  17. @sparks_smudge about to lose his shit...
  18. Even with Orbx’ impressive library of content, they continue to provide the community with new freeware to accompany their FTX Global packs. Earlier this week, the team released new airports by developers John Barner, Larry Isenore, Neil Hill and Tom Campbell were made available as part of their Global Airports package. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://orbxdirect.com/product/ftx-global-airport-pack NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/orbx-global-airport-pack-freeware-august-2018/
  19. I know we have the Maddog, but I have been emailing these guys to do a P3D variant of this plane. For a long time they weren't interested, so it was a surprise when they suddenly announced the v4 compatibility on Facebook. This is a study level airplane with failure simulations. The Super 80 Classic, Super 80 Professional and DC-9 Classic are now coming to Prepar3D! We are currently in beta testing. Release expected soon. It's been a while since I last posted on the website. I appologise for that. During the last few months we've been busy preparing all our aircraft for Prepar3d version 4. We are currently beta testing the aircraft. We have just about completed testing of the DC-9 Classic and Super 80 Pro. Next up is the Super 80 Classic. Unfortunately, I don't have an exact release date for you other than "soon". The P3D versions of our aircraft will be almost the same as the old FSX versions. With the exception of the DC-9 Classic Flight Center which has been implemented in the Super 80 Classic and Super 80 Pro as well, there are no major upgrades or modifications to the aircraft or cockpits. The focus is on bringing the aircraft to P3D. The P3D versions of the Super 80 Classic, Super 80 Pro and DC-9 Classic will be sold as separate products from the FSX versions. Pricing and possible discounts for existing customers has not been finalized yet. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://coolsky.no/news/other-news/520-super-80-classic-super-80-pro-dc-9-classic-for-p3d NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/previews/coolsky-announces-p3d-compatibility-for-super80-dc9/
  20. The developers at Majestic are being proactive with getting the ball rolling for those who purchased the Dash 8 at The Flight Sim Store and it takes minimal effort on your part. As a side note, for those who have purchased other items at The Flight Sim Store, you will need to be proactive as well. Don't hesitate to visit developer's websites to see if there is a contingency plan for getting updates or if need be to redownload your product. If there's no info on the site contact the developer(s) direct to see the steps they are taking to get things right with their product that you purchased at The Flight Sim Store! SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK https://www.facebook.com/249628718485404/posts/1846978922083701/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  21. WX Advantage Radar update for Prepar3D v4.3 - Released DOWNLOAD FREE UPDATE NOW *This update contains fixes for all platforms and is mandatory for ALL users. The WX Advantage Radar has been upgraded for use in Prepar3D v.4.3. The update also contains several performance upgrades across all simulator platforms! The WX Advantage Radar System is a unique, advanced weather radar system that can be used with ANY 3rd-party weather engine, freeware weather engine, as well as the built-in weather of the flight simulator. Compatible with Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X, FSX:Steam Edition and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D. Each license of the WX Advantage Radar allows activation for all three flight simulators! This advanced radar system includes unique cloudscan and precipitation sync features that will dynamically sync precipitation. Never experience precipitation falling outside indicated radar echoes. The radar includes a new wet runway feature. Though there may be radar echoes nearby, the runways near precipitation will appear as if rain had just fallen. High resolution 3D precipitation density map, which takes advantage of video hardware acceleration for greater performance and level of detail. High resolution precipitation cell data based on cloud density and other weather parameters at the location of each cloud. Precise control of ambient precipitation in the region of the aircraft. The system continuously measures four levels of precipitation: green for light precipitation, yellow for moderate, red for heavy, and magenta for severe precipitation and turbulence. Because the system will continuously measure and sync precipitation, you will receive realistic and accurately placed radar echoes that precisely match depicted atmospheric conditions. Turbulence “intelligence” is built-in to isolate potential radar echoes that may contain moderate to severe turbulence. The WX Advantage Radar System includes full TILT functions to analyze the complete scale of storm structures in real-time and accurately represents the effect of radar attenuation when larger more dense cells are in front of other cells – causing a rain shadow effect. An intuitive, simple to use Aircraft Gauge Management Tool is also included! This tool allows the installation, editing, and removal of the 2D weather radar gauge for any default or 3rd-party aircraft within a few simple steps. The Aircraft Gauge Management Tool includes FOUR different types of 2D gauges: Dark and Clean, Dark with Dirt, Light and Clean, Light with Dirt. You may select which version best represents the cockpit you are flying in as well as easily adjust the aspect ratio, size, and location of the radar gauge prior to opening the flight simulator. The WX Advantage Radar supports multiple screens and can be undocked and placed on a second window. Includes a full active transmitter/receiver range up to 160NM. (FSX and Prepar3D does not support ranges greater than 160NM) The WX Advantage Radar includes gain features to help differentiate between weather and ground clutter. The system includes test/diagnostics, WX (general weather), and WX/T (weather/turbulence) modes. For more information and a comprehensive look at the WX Advantage Radar, please visit our website! BUY NOW from the Official REX Store BUY NOW from SimMarket BUY NOW from FlightSim Pilot Shop BUY NOW from Just Flight SOURCE INFOhttp://www.rexsimulations.com/radar.html DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://www.rexsimulations.com/radar.html NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : http://www.rexsimulations.com/radar.html
  22. We wanted to let you know EGLW - London Heliport is out now for P3D v4. All funds generated (-transfer costs) form this scenery will be going to the London Air Ambulance SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : www.charityscenery.co.uk NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : www.charityscenery.co.uk
  23. Nice to see the RR engines, but have to admit I thought that would be a free option... DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://captainsim.net/products/y757/r572/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  24. ORBX-CITYSCENE BARCELONA UPDATE V1.10 FROM FTX CENTRAL SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://orbxdirect.com/product/cityscenebarcelona NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://orbxdirect.com/product/cityscenebarcelona
  25. from email I got EGLW - London HeliportS T O P B Y T O F I N D O U T We wanted to let you know EGLW - London Heliport is about to complete testing and will be released this Saturday. All funds generated (-transfer costs) form this scenery will be going to the London Air Ambulance. https://www.charityscenery.co.uk/product-page/london-heliport-eglw-coming-soon SOURCE INFOhttps://www.charityscenery.co.uk/ DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.charityscenery.co.uk/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.charityscenery.co.uk/
  26. Aerosoft A318/A319 professional - Update V1.1.0.0 01/08/2018 02:00 PM now available as full version download from instant download section of your account tried update thru updater first time didn't update correct, planes disappeared from p3dv4 aircraft menu, so had to uninstall then reinstall first version v1.00 to get them back working in p3d, so hoping that doing this full install of v1100 will go in correcly, posting for others that had this issue The Prepar3D v4.3 add-on Aerosoft A318/A319 professional has been updated to version 1.1.0.0. Following changes have been made: Version 1.1.0.0 - STANDARD: Livery Manager updated Tweaks to manuals 'NEO' removed from identifier Checklist, several issues solved and others changed as requested by customers: Gear retraction Timing EXT LIGHTS and WXR adjusted in TAXI CL Light issue timing issue solved Sounds worked on Baro reference fixed Holdings tweaks: Hold deletion corrected Resume issue solved Minor change to IMM EXIT exit Fix for incorrect distance to entry TMPY INSERT added MCDU tweaks: Added message: "ENTER DEST DATA" ATC button will be linked to AOC no more CSTRs now can be deleted directly from F-PLN page The ALT CSTR window (from database) persisted after a manual input The VOR crs field in RAD NAV page stood empty after user input Minor change in CHECK APPR SELECTION message Minor changes in VERT REV page VNAV angle change EFOB/WIND change One possible CTD issue solved Engine spool up time reduced Lower APU volume Updated configurator Wind shield wiper sounds updated Version 1.0.1.3 - EXPERIMENTAL: Tweak to checklist regarding exterior lights Vol 9 fixes MCDU tweaks: Added message: "ENTER DEST DATA" Change: ATC button will be linked to AOC no more Change: CSTRs now can be deleted directly from F-PLN page Fix: the ALT CSTR window (from database) persisted after a manual input Fix: the VOR crs field in RAD NAV page stood empty after user input Minor change in CHECK APPR SELECTION message Minor changes in VERT REV page Version 1.0.1.2 - EXPERIMENTAL: New Company Route Editor Fix for freezing displays Diverse fixes and improvements for checklists RAAS Pro now activated Version 1.0.1.1 - EXPERIMENTAL: Tweaks to onboard printer to solve issues with IVAO/VATSIm Weather and HOPPIE Changes to PED announcement Small tweaks to animation timing Fixed possible hang condition on checklist (close door issue on forum) Changes to loading sequence (possible effect on st elmo's fire issue) Fix for fuel reset on multiple engine starts Fix for posssile FADEC unpowered issue Version 1.0.0.1 - STANDARD: Animation issue solved on A319 CFM window All DLL's recompiled with very latest SDK, might solve the St-Elmo's issue Vol 9 manual corrected Start menu item to livery manager added Small tweak to StepbyStep Version 1.0.0.0: Online release for P3D V4.3 SOURCE INFOhttps://www.aerosoft.com/en/flight-simulation/news/aerosoft-a318/a319-professional-update-v1.1.0.0 DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.aerosoft.com/en/flight-simulation/news/aerosoft-a318/a319-professional-update-v1.1.0.0 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.aerosoft.com/en/flight-simulation/news/aerosoft-a318/a319-professional-update-v1.1.0.0
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