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Posted February 21 (edited) PilotAlva Hello everyone, first of all apologies to everyone about the lack of presence in the forums , things have not been going according to what I had envisioned and for that Im terribly sorry This of course brings me to the next point: There will be a big update for the super cub coming in the following months: - Bug Fixes I have gathered all the user reports in the forums regarding usability issues with the plane, those will be addressed plus, - New set of avionics: 11.30 new autopilots will finally fix the current ap bugs, new AH mechanics and new digital avionics (transponder will 100% match the real unit down to every page in the manual, even the light sensor will be working) the radio stack as well will be fixed in terms of presentation (better reflectivity effects and better digital display sharpness as well as true behavior regarding start up and shut down of the unit) - librain: of course - Flexible tundras: there will be an option for the end user to either have standard (fixed) tundras and flexible ones, due to the simulator limitations it might not look proper in certain situations so you guys will have the option to choose which tires you like the most. Regarding tundras , I've have contacted Alaskan Bushwheels and they have provided with a lot of info regarding the profile shape of their tires, this will be incorporated in the 3d - 3d passengers : their 3d will be upgraded to match the current standard - REP: latest version will be integrated Regarding FMOD and Flight Model changes: Im not currently in a position to guarantee upgrades in these areas , any news regarding those things and this post will be updated regarding this subject If anyone has additional requests (withing reason) and new bugs to report , please use this thread and I will gather all the reported info to make additional changes before release -------------------------------- To all the users of the old Aerosimulations store a new email account has been created to help you guys received all the updates of the supercub Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a proof of purchase and your email linked to the org store account Edit: Starting from today can directly send a message to Nicolas (nicolas at x-plane dot org) with proof of purchase and you will have access to the plane in your store account, everyone that has already sent their emails to the temporary gmail account there is no need to resend anything to Nicolas as those mails have been already processed, the plane should appear in your accounts this week the temporary gmail account will no longer be monitored ------------------------------ Lastly I would like to be very clear regarding future simulator updates: If laminar decides once again to throw the house out the window and release an update that renders the plane unflyable it is probably unlikely that a new patch will be released to adress the issue (unless it only revolves planemaker changes and even then), once this 11.30 update releases I will be retiring from ASDG and the supercub project so anything that happens to it in the future it would be outside my knowledge A big thank you to everyone for supporting us all this time, Im sure everyone will enjoy the new update All the best! Edited February 26 by PilotAlva SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/172419-super-cub-1130-update-info-and-support/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
FS2Crew - UGCX News and DCS F-18 Support! Please Note: If you no longer wish to receive FS2Crew News, please click the 'Manage your Subscription" link found at the bottom of this newsletter. [12 January 2019] Priority NOTAM: Ultimate Ground Crew X (UGCX) and Pilot Assist Pro News (DCS F/A-18 Hornet Support!) Please visit: www.fs2crew.com The Pilot Assist Pro News: We built Pilot Assist Pro for Apple mobile devices with real-world flying in mind, but Flight Simmers can also take advantage of Pilot Assist Pro (www.pilotassistpro.com), especially the checklist and weather functionality. That said, we're proud to announce that Capt J has recently uploaded an outstanding F-18 Hornet checklist to the Pilot Assist Pro designed to be used specifically with the awesome DCS F/A-18 Hornet simulator. His new F-18 checklist is available via the on-line hanger for free in Pilot Assist Pro. Capt J has over 1,500 hours in the Hornet with experience in all models and he has completed two combat cruises. His contributed checklist combines F/A-18C NATOPS procedures along with best practices used by current pilots in the fleet. Moreover, his checklist provides an easy to use approach that will help a DCS F-18 simulator pilot quickly master the flows that are currently being used and taught in the actual aircraft. Pilot Assist Pro is currently on sale. Regular price is $39 USD. The sale price is approximately $18 depending on your local currency plus taxes. Please taxi to: www.pilotassistpro.com for more info. The UGCX News: FS2Crew is happy to announce that, after many years of development, Ultimate Ground Crew X has entered wide beta testing - finally! We can't give a specific release date, but all major technical issues have been solved and UGCX is now on final approach. What's UGCX? It's our take on the world of ground crew/pushback simulations. We think you'll like it! It does things never done before in flight sim! For the latest updates, please "like" our Facebook page. Here's a newletter exclusive picture of one of our the UGCX ground vehicles. This is the TMX 150. UGCX supports FSX and P3D V4. SOURCE INFOhttps://www.fs2crew.com DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.fs2crew.com NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.fs2crew.com
FS2Crew - PMDG 747 QOTS II V1.3 Released with support for 747-8! Please Note: If you no longer wish to receive FS2Crew News, please click the 'Manage your Subscription" link found at the bottom of this newsletter. [4 January 2019] Priority NOTAM: Version 1.3 for FS2Crew: PMDG 747 QOTS II Edition Released! --Adds FREE support (although limited) for the new PMDG 737-8 models-- Please visit: www.fs2crew.com FS2Crew is happy to announce that Version 1.3 for the PMDG 747 QOTS II is now available. This is a significant update for the PMDG 747 QOTS II. It is a free update. The update is built into the main installer only. There is no stand-alone update installer. You do not need to uninstall the current version. To obtain the update, please login to your FS2Crew account (the link is on the top of the FS2Crew website), and click "COMPLETED ORDERS", then re-download and re-install the package again. You do not need to uninstall any earlier version. Change Log: Version 1.3 Fixes and Changes: The 8 model is now supported for free, but with some limitations: 747-8 USERS READ THIS PART CAREFULLY!!! 1. FS2Crew 747 QOTS II only supports the 8 model in P3D V4, not FSX. The reason is due to a panel window limit in FSX. Again, this is all the more reason to move to P3D V4. FSX is old and out-of-date. FSX is yesterday's news. It's time to move forward to P3D 64 bits. It's the future. Do NOT try manually copying the FS2Crew entries into the 8 model's panel.cfg in FSX or you'll mess up the plane! 2. Due to SDK, legal, and technical limits, the FS2Crew FO cannot interface with the Electronic Checklist System(ECL), so you'll be using the same paper checklists you used in the 400. 3. How to add FS2Crew to the 8 model in P3D V4: You must run the FS2Crew PMDG 747 QOTS II Config manager again and re-enable FS2Crew. This is necessary to add the FS2Crew entries to the 8 model's panel.cfg file. Anti-Ice callouts fixed. Other minor bug fixes. SOURCE INFOhttps://www.fs2crew.com DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.fs2crew.com NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.fs2crew.com
Ok, I'm going public on this one cause so far the informations I have are BAD ! iBlueYonder (hello bill !) and Turbulent Design (hi Russel and Greg !) have both moved to a new editor recently, in getting into OrbX licencing. When I read the announce, I was pretty pleased because that would mean for the customer a better support Well, I was very wrong ! I've been a bit long to go to P3D 4.3 update (last time was hard enough :p), so I discovered the mess a bit late maybe, but read this ! The support has become a nightmare ! I bought Nantucket island from PC Aviator, which got support from JustFlight. I got 100$ burger from the iBlueYonder website. Almost at the same time. One I can get support (100$ burger runs) and I cannot get ANY SUPPORT so far for Nantucket island. I got an old archive from PC Aviator wich is not up to date, no option to gfet it from the official iBlueYonder website, and worst : the official answer from the studio is : "if you bought from our website we support you, if not, you're on your own, please buy our products a 2nd time from OrbX !" (I have translated the political tongue language used there) I have the exact same problem with some Turbulent Design products : Angwin-Parret and L35 Big Bear I bought from JusfFlight are not updated on the JF store, the official website explains that "they have licencing changes" and the customer can go die or buy ! More politely of course, but it does say the same. what are your call on these ? I know I could have done the quiet "I know some people bill and Greg, help me" but it seems to me that it would be very wrong to do that, instead of getting a decent and expected support ! In fact, I've been contacted by Bill very kindly (Russel sent me the other way...), but as I said : it is not easy, not streamlined, not normal ! And you will find some more testimonies from other customers from different shops/ sites... Some exctracts : https://iblueyonder.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=317 SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
[UPDATE 0715z 20/09/18] ImagineSim Seeking Support to Develop Frankfurt (EDDF) Scenery [UPDATE 0715z 20/09/18] ImagineSim has now confirmed on their Facebook page that Frankfurt is no longer going ahead due to the lack of co-operation from airport authorities at Frankfurt. —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Frankfurt seems to be an extremely popular airport within the flight sim community to develop. Aerosoft have already released a popular rendition of the airport, and Flightbeam were keen to create one. Sadly, the later of the two has been cancelled. However, it would appear that ImagineSim are looking to break into the German market with their own version. Whilst ImagineSim are updating their website to bring it to more modern times, they have updated their “Future Products” section of the site. Thanks to reader Dean, who informed us of the information originally, the future products part of the site is now seeking assistance for developing Frankfurt Airport. The team state that they now have access to “remarkable” ground imagery for many airports in the German area. As part of their new “evolution” series of products, Frankfurt was chosen to be the first to take advantage of this new imagery. However, the team have met some challenges along the way, similarly to Flightbeam, in that they cannot get the access they need to take on-site photos for the product. The team are asking that anyone who works at, or has contacts with, Frankfurt Airport should reach out to them to help get things moving along. They’re generally looking for someone who can obtain details about pathways and other fact-finding information. No time frames or other information was given at this time. In the mean time, you can view some of our exclusive images for Singapore, which we’re hoping is released sooner than later. SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/news/imaginesim-seeking-support-to-develop-frankfurt-eddf-scenery/
It’s essentially a monthly ritual, where sim pilots hit that “Update” button in the Navigraph FMS Data Manager to keep their navigational data up to date for their next flight. In doing so, the data manager updates all of the (supported) installed aircraft and add-on applications that simmers hold in their arsenal. This month though, Navigraph has made a lot of X-Plane pilots rather excited with the addition of support for Active Sky XP in the data manager application. Active Sky XP (or “ASXP” as the developer has been abbreviating it) is the name of yet-to-be-released, X-Plane specific weather engine by HiFi Simulations, and back in June, they provided their biggest update on how the development was coming along, plus information on when X-Plane users might be able to see the engine working its magic in their sim. At that point in time they opened up beta testing applications, with an expected beta of Q3 2018 – at timeframe which we have just ticked over into at the start of this month, meaning that the development appears to be right on track given the addition of this nav data support. This being the case, they also gave an expected final release of Q1 2019. All going well during the beta phase, signs seem to point to this being an accurate estimate too. That said, FSElite is not aware of any beta invitations having been sent to interested parties at the time of writing, despite the enormous amounts of applications that were received by HiFi at the time of opening the expressions of interest. Long having been at or near the top of the “stuff I want from the P3D platform” list for most X-Plane users, it’s almost hard to believe that it’s finally within reach. SOURCE INFO NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/navigraph-fms-data-manager-adds-active-sky-xp-support/
GPU Sag is a real issue, cards keep getting more powerful, and with that, hotter, longer, and heavier. One thing that seems to stay constant is the port location which is at the port side of the card. This location is the only connecting point to your motherboard, over time as the card heats up it also can begin to sag. Not only is this going to put stress on the motherboard port potentially damaging it, but additionally on the ports of the card itself. I'm also water cooled at the GPU and the last thing I want is to in some way influence flow in any direction, a level card is a bonus I'd think. There are many GPU brackets on the market, so when doing research I kept a few things in mind, my card is long, I don't need any more LED's, and I want it to blend into the case. Most of the ones out there were really short, and in my mind didn't do much to support the entire card, really they were just transferring weight to a new stress point. My search eventually led to the CloverTale GPU Bracket on Amazon that comes in either Red or Black. Graphics Video Card GPU brace bracket kit. Support your cards from sagging and weighing on the motherboard. Bead blasted anodized aircraft 6061 grade CNC milled aluminum, comes in 3 colors, Red, Black, Blue. Prevents sagging and stress on motherboard, adjustable for different video card weights and sizes. Designed for a wide range of graphics cards and boards. Low profile for single or dual setups. Full kit includes set of 3 screws, brace and rubber spacing feet. Lifetime warranty. Made of aircraft grade aluminum and with a low profile truss style it was a match made in heaven. I'm excited to share how it turned out. Installation took about 5 Minutes. As you can see in the next photos, my GPU "top" is actually sloped, the provided risers in this kit helped to deal with that elegantly. The bracket and card themselves are perfectly level. I really do wish the provided screws were black, but I'll source some myself. The finished product fully lit up, looking down at the case you can't even see the stealthy rock solid bracket. This gets a solid BUY from me, remember the price you paid for your Video Card and Motherboard? What's $14 to protect them both from damage? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077LGLN4G/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 -e
GSX 2.2 released today, with support for 3 Cargo Loaders at the same time, so you can finally use the Main Cargo door at any airport (not just KSDF) without forfeiting one of the 2 lower cargo doors, as in previous versions. To get the update, just run the FSDT Live Update from the Desktop. LINK TO SOURCE:
Hi All, the biggest change in this version is X-Plane support for almost all Little Navmap features: Scenery Database, moving map, traffic, weather and more. The update is also recommended for FSX/Prepar3D users because of several bugfixes and other small improvements like the new configurable update notification which will show a dialog if a new release is available. Announcement on my page with all links. Screenshots Online Manual Direct download link Windows Direct download link macOS Direct download link Linux Changes from Release 1.4.4 to 1.6.3 The scenery database format has changed and the program will ask to erase its own databases if started. Enhancements X-Plane 11 Can read full X-Plane scenery database: Airports, aprons, taxiways, navaids, airways, procedures (including speed limits). Also add-on overrides and path exclusions in the options dialog. Supports navdata updates. Display of AI aircraft on map and in information window. Weather from X-Plane downloaded weather file `METAR.rwx` (station or nearest station). Copy airspaces from FSX or P3D to X-Plane database. FMS and FLP flight plan file loading and saving. Moving map. Needs the _Little XpConnect_ X-Plane plugin which is included in the download archive. Altitude and one-way restrictions for airways are considered when calculating flight plans. Supported platforms are Windows, macOS and Linux for all programs. General Automatic update check on startup (daily, weekly or manual) with settings in options dialog on tab `Startup`. Added push buttons in flight plan and procedure search top area to remove selection and map highlights. Rhumb line measurement now shows both magnetic and true course where declination is based on origin. Can now load and save FMS and FLP flight plan formats. Can load FS9 flight plan format. Route string generation is now more robust for malformed and incomplete flight plans. Now erasing wrong airway entries at departure and destination when loading flight plan to avoid problems with malformed flight plans from other tools. Shows startup positions in the information window now. Added donation link to help menu and about dialog. Bug Fixes and Improvements Improved weather display for nearest station: Added name, distance and map link to reporting station if that is an airport. FSX and P3D: Fixed several problems with magnetic declination by using `magdec.bgl` file now. Fixed issues when loading P3D v4 add-on.xml. Fixed crash when loading older FSX/P3D scenery. Fixed handling and display of helipads. Now using name as an identifier. Improved detection of military and closed airports. Database loading dialog now pops up after erasing incompatible databases. Fixed missing encoding in saved FSX PLN files causing problems with other tools. See the include file `CHANGELOG.txt` for a detailed list of all changes across all versions. Alex
Honeywell is increasing 24/7 technical support for GoDirect Cabin Connectivity customers at its service center in Phoenix. The company’s new Connectivity Integration Lab joins a network of three others to provide Honeywell Cabin Connectivity customers with around-the-clock assistance with new systems integration, real-time troubleshooting and technical support. LINK TO SOURCE: http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2017-09-25/honeywell-expands-cabin-connectivity-support