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  1. Fly the Maddog X Development Update Leonardo Software House, the developer of Fly the Maddog X, has released a development update. Hot on the heels of the MD83 and MD-88 expansion pack, the developer says they are already beta testing the upcoming Fly the Maddog X release. While there is no release date as of yet, the latest version will add some new features and squash some bugs. The developer notes that all development is now focused on P3D v4.4 only, and the newest features will not be ported to any other platform. The newest version will see PBR used on both the inside and outside of the plane, giving users the option to enable or disable PBR independently for the VC and external 3D models. As well, the newest release will add the ACARS messaging system, allowing pilots to interact with airline dispatch and maintenance, adding another layer to the simulation. Another notable change is the ability to automatically sync changes made in the fuel and payload manager directly to the plane while the simulator is running. Users will no longer have to use the ‘sync from load manager’ option in the add-ons menu. As well, the ‘fix all failures’ menu option is no longer applicable since all maintenance will be controlled from the new ACARS system. For added convenience, the external model has received several click spots, allowing users to open and close passenger and cargo doors, stairs, radome, engine cowls, and cockpit windows directly from the external view. The developer also clarified the full product line and simulator compatibility with the following list: 32bit edition MD-82 base pack: FSX/FSX:SE/P3D v3.4; 64bit edition MD-82 base pack: P3D v4.2/v4.3; 64bit edition MD-82 base pack for P3D v4.4: P3D v4.4; 64bit edition MD83 & MD-88 variants expansion:P3D v4.2/v4.3; 64bit edition MD83 & MD-88 variants expansion for P3D v4.4:P3D v4.4. For a full description of the upcoming changes, click here (PDF file). SOURCE INFO https://www.flythemaddog.com/forum/index.php?/topic/10946-fly-the-maddog-x-development-update/ https://fselite.net/news/fly-the-maddog-x-development-update/
  2. hi all Fly the Maddog MD-80 is getting its first service pack. Among other things improvements of the cockpit textures. The service pack is available as “open beta”, so there might still be some minor bugs SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.flythemaddogx.com/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.flightsim.news/2018/09/leonardo-flythemaddogx/
  3. FS2Crew: Maddog X Reboot Version 1.4 now Available! You asked and we delivered! V1.4 includes "Button Control"! V1.4 (April 27, 2018) 'Button Control' is now built in! It uses the same system and key assignments as FS2Crew's other Button Control products. If the VOICE button on the FS2Crew Main Panel is OFF, then Button Control is active. Conversely, if you want to use Voice control, press the VOICE button. To use Button Control, simply create the key assignments for the MAIN and SECONDARY button as shown in the manual (they're unchanged from other FS2Crew's), and follow the Captain's Flow in the manual. Button Control is very easy since it follows a linear order of events and the cues are displayed in text on the Main Panel! A lot of you lobbied hard for us to create a Button Control version for the Maddog, and we listened. This is a good test for us to see how much real demand there is for Button Control compared to Voice Control, since we can see actual sales numbers. So if you want to see Button Control last into the future, please support FS2Crew Maddog! Tell your friends about it! FO will now correctly stow DIAL A FLAP during his climb flow. New voice command: "SWAP COMM ONE / TWO". Minor audio fixes. More nuanced PA Volume Control. Remember: If you don't want to hear the Cabin PA announcements (or you want a lower volume for them), set the PA knob on the Captain's Audio panel to OFF at the start of each flight. As per user request, you can now set the flood lights to come on/off at 10,000 feet instead of 20,000 feet. Please see the Support Forum for detailed info. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.fs2crew.com/cart/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
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  5. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.facebook.com/LeonardoSoftHouse/
  6. Great Instructional video. https://youtu.be/d4N74ZNHbVo SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  7. PRICE: EUR 52.00 (32bit) EUR 65.00 (64bit) Fly the Maddog X - addon for Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D. Available for FSX, FSX:SE, P3Dv3.4 and P3Dv4.1-4.2, Fly the Maddog X is one of the most sophisticated and complex add-on ever developed for the MD-82, built after the McDonnel Douglas MD-80 series. Fly the Maddog X features advanced, study level aircraft systems that cannot be matched by any standard aircraft; it can be flown by following the operations manual of the real aircraft. We even encourage you to use such documentation to experience the level of detail that has been accomplished with this aircraft. Fly the Maddog X also features the undocumented intriguing details that real pilots experience when flying the real aircraft. The product is packaged into 2 editions: 32bit edition: compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator X Service Pack 2, Acceleration or Steam Edition and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.4. Minimum system requirements: I3 CPU or equivalent, 4Gb RAM, 2Gb GPU, Windows 7. 64bit edition: compatible with Prepar3D v4.1 and v4.2, includes all features available with the 32bit edition plus TFDi’s TrueGlass and RealLight. Minimum system requirements: I5 CPU or equivalent, 8Gb RAM, 2Gb GPU, Windows 7 64bit. For more information and screenshots, head on to the source links below. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : 32bit edition (FSX/FSX:SE/P3Dv3.4): https://secure.simmarket.com/leonardo-software-fly-the-maddog-x-32-bit-fsx-p3d.phtml 64bit edition (P3Dv4.1 and 4.2): https://secure.simmarket.com/leonardo-software-fly-the-maddog-x-64-bit-p3d4.phtml
  8. We take a first look at the Leaonardo SH Fly The Maddog X for FSX/P3D. In this video, we take you through a start up procedure. The Fly The Maddog X is due for release on February 20th 2018. NOTE: The product shown was version 0.9.9.9 (beta). SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  9. Keep an eye out for the new V4 Maddog guys, I've go a feeling in my waters it will be with us soon??? SOURCE INFO http://www.flythemaddogx.com/en/purchase.html Me
  10. Good Morning Aviators! FS2Crew a very well known and a fantastic utility developers is on track for the release of the Maddog X by By the Leonardo Software House . FS2Crewfor is ready for the release so it can be integrated and available to new users of the aircraft. The Md-80 has had some minor setbacks, but they should be releasing soon. According to their FB, testing is in progress (As of 01/27). This is an aircraft and fantastic utility that will be going grand hand in hand. LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.airdailyx.net/article/fs2crew-ready-maddog-x-release/
  11. Available for FSX, FSX :SE, P3Dv3.4, and P3Dv4.1, Fly the MaddogX is one of the most sophisticated and complex add-on ever developed for the MD-80 series. The accuracy of the cockpit, and the deep systems simulation, bring to life one of the most iconic aircraft of all history. LINK TO SOURCE: http://www.flythemaddog.com/
  12. Watched this live stream from 20th Sept using the Maddog, it's looking and sounding mighty fine.
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