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Showing content with the highest reputation since 11/08/19 in all areas

  1. 56 points
    Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest update (v2.0.2.424) for the A320-X and A319-X for P3D v4 (64-bit) is now live and available through our download page. This update brings some fixes to items reported since our v420 release, as well as improvements for both products. Notably in this version, we hope to have fixed the issue where the aircraft would pitch up after landing for some of our users who were using old methods for adding payload to the aircraft. We have also remastered several of our original high definition recordings in our IAE engine sounds, resulting in a very authentic sound set for the V2500s, as well as added several improvements to the CFM engine sounds, based on your feedback. Below, I've listed a detailed change log for items added / improved in this latest v420 update. As always, thank you for your continued support! ------ AOC Additional VATSIM json data now parsed Pushover print monospace font now used Hoppie timeout issue fix CFDIU Fix for flight phase BNR logic DMC Fix for FCDC channel input logic to PFDs ELAC Fix for THS rate during roll Stick input to stick neutral transition smoothening External model Passenger windows texture fix outflow valve hinge texture fix FMGS FM: Prediction logic fix for descent segment Payloads Fixed logic when not using GSX for boarding Pressurization Fixed ventilation inlet logic control Hydraulics PTU logic minor fix SFCC Fix for dual hyd failures extension/retraction logic Sounds CFM Replaced high-power engine cockpit sounds with new high-definition recordings. Added underlying bass on buzzsaw which becomes more prominent in climb Reduced bass on cockpit sounds at engine idle Cabin engine sounds adjust with altitude correctly Cabin sounds for initial engine start improved Cabin sounds for engine idle reworked IAE Remastered our origional HD recordings for all cockpit engine running sounds, resulting in a very authentic soundset for the V2500
  2. 10 points
    I am constantly blown away by how much FSLabs puts into their planes. Here's some buildup from sitting on the ramp in Chicago for a few hours.
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    Sunny but cold mediterranean morning....
  7. 5 points
    I also own SF3D, but to be honest, I don't really like it. I also tried the combination you also have, but in my eyes the results jus twith ASP4/ASCA/ENVTEX seem to be better. Ramp View London Southend-on-Sea: Very interesting takeoff to Tenerife with this A320, just 1600 m runway available... After 4.25 hours arriving at the Apron at Tenerife South - full house!:
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    Hi Nico, I do not have the Skalarki TQ but I know a couple of the team do. Whilst in Cosford we had the TQ running on the Sunday. To connect between the two of course you need the relevant driver. It is not yet publicly available as they are not yet complete and remain in testing , but as you can see they certainly work.
  12. 4 points
    I'll post what I said on avsim yesterday: Partnership can mean litteraly everything. It can range from full support for developpement , from the plane geometry to the systems, and all the data you can think of. It can also mean a simple licensing to be able to use the company name and logo ingame. It is by no mean a guarantee of quality.
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    Geneva to Aqaba: Please excuse this ugly sardine tin that flew in here. But the evening light is beautiful... EDDM -> GCFV -> EDDM Pushing back for a short hop to Frankfurt: Have a nice weekend everybody!
  16. 3 points
    At least if they could let us know if its coming this year or the next, so we stop looking at this thread every day hoping for a hint.
  17. 3 points
    Maybe it will be released for MSFS 2020?
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    Or its something worked out with the official partnership with airbus?! Don´t you think they have a kind of "own simulation" for their development? Just keep calm and wait for the Alpha 1 to be released and first hands-on will be revealed and until we get more infos about 3rd party devs. They said on the X019 that they have personally talked now to around 60 devs - which, I hope and think - FSL is one of as they just have the best and immersive addon on the market.
  20. 3 points
    or just a sticker "INOP"
  21. 3 points
    There are consequences
  22. 2 points
    I don’t think we deserve anything. Not have we been promised anything. We haven’t purchased the A321. Therefore they can just say nothing at all and just release it. I’m actually surprised we’ve gotten as much information as we have.
  23. 2 points
    I agree, BB did show both the A319 and A320 a few weeks out from release. So why change what works. Since he hasn’t shown it yet than I don’t think will see it before Christmas. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  24. 2 points
    Go direct to jail, do not pass go and do not collect £200. (monopoly joke) Or in a word "No" will never happen
  25. 2 points
    Meanwhile how is the a320/319 update that is being tested? Would love to have my hands on the new performance system. @David Norfolk nice pic.
  26. 2 points
    Today is a good day for a A321 release. I feel it. It was a good shower this morning and the coffee is even better than yesterday.
  27. 2 points
    At least she’s no 380!(yet)
  28. 2 points
    It would be as thick as LOTR.
  29. 2 points
    I for one would be more than happy to have Aer Lingus, living in Ireland and all that, and the new Dublin scenery to boot.
  30. 2 points
    No. The Sharklet expansion titles for the A320 and A321 will follow after the A321 release.
  31. 2 points
    @Marc Ehnle Have you seen this? https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/564747-xo19-msfs-playable-demo/?fbclid=IwAR0EqRhGKn6nWOJl473JG2lJrUx5W7CnSU-YYHH3e6aOkZYiEG7cS0sVBc4
  32. 2 points
    A lot of wives and mothers will hate Microsoft.
  33. 2 points
    I will leave out my comments/opinion regarding NGXu/NG3, and only will mention that PMDG is probably working hard to make NG3 available at MSFS 2020 release or its whereabouts, so it's rather smart of them. With that said, I hope FSLabs have something in plans for MSFS 2020 as well. I have been a huge fan of 737 NG back in the day, and didn't like A320 much as an airplane. But ever since I bought your A320 a year ago I can't put it down! Your A320 along with Majestic Q400 are such phenomenal addons! And you constantly updating your product is an icing on the cake! I really need FSLabs A320 in my life once MSFS 2020 drops.
  34. 1 point
    Yea it would be cool, because then I could get RDR 2 instead from now and start saving again (if it's not planned for early 2020)
  35. 1 point
    The included readme contains a small typo: icao is SWR, not iata.
  36. 1 point
    They could do a pmdg and just release it out of the blue. This obviously doesnt mean that's what gonna happen because I don't know. You know as much as I do on it. Just because things are quiet doesnt mean anything. Andy has also stated they're very busy behind the scenes. He also stated over a month ago that she was in final stages of beta testing. I want it as much as you do bro
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    Fslabs is integrated completely as for pmdg Madding I don’t know. For all b747 profiles go to the latest page.
  38. 1 point
    FSLabs guys are in another league, is like comparing Liverpool FC with Junior de Barranquilla.
  39. 1 point
    come to my funeral pls
  40. 1 point
    Would be nice if we could modify the standby altimeter colors like this directly in-sim !
  41. 1 point
    @Artur Araripe what is striking from that post is that they have actual test pilots validating the flight model.
  42. 1 point
    honestly I very much doubt the default airplanes will offer any system depth.. that will be the playground for addon developers. However the scenery and grapfic at all is impressive.
  43. 1 point
    Rolls Trent XWB full throttle!!
  44. 1 point
    If you're using P3D you don't need to go through the process of loading the default Piper. It's a relic of the FSX days and I don't think that's been the case for some time, either. As for the winglex, it is realistic. Those A319 and A320 wings aren't as flexible as the ones you might see on some Boeing aircraft. Even in relatively heavy turbulence.
  45. 1 point
    There’s a lot of pessimism here. Just be patient and await an announcement from FSL about a 64-bit version for either MFS20 or P3D v5. They want to produce a version but only one so until more is known about MFS20 they can’t make a decision. But maybe PMDG’s announcement that they will be producing a version of their 737 for MFS20 means the conversion will not be as complex as first thought.
  46. 1 point
    A319 NEO makes a lot of sense for airlines who already operate the type, be it CEO or NEO. Training, support, supply, etc. is already established and functions (mostly) like clockwork. This is why A320 and B737 are still very popular, and other jets might find it hard to break into already established market. Anyway, we already received confirmation that A321 will be released for P3D as planned, but I also hope FSLabs would share some info regarding how they see their future with MSFS 2020, if of course they have something to share
  47. 1 point
    There is always a chance. We have many very talented painters in our community too!
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    EDIT: UPDATED 04th July 2019 With countless flights and the new v400 build I have made a new version with many changers please use the link below. This version is designed to work along with v400. I will hopefully update it again when new versions are released. I hope it can help people get started with all the complexities of this wonderful aircraft. Or like myself remind me of all the steps. (This is NOT to be used with FS2Crew) Enjoy! Don't use the one attached at the bottom anymore. (Deleted) Hi, After watching all of Flyboys (Johnny) and BB streams (thanks guys) I updated my Crib sheet. So as far as I can tell this is what they both use as there flow of work with the new update coming. So anyway I thought it might help? It's just what I use on my iPad so after going through all the changes I thought I might as well share it. Am sure it will change once we all get the update in our hands. Am hoping it will get me out the blocks fast or should that be of the chocks? It's no SOP but based around some of them. Anyway just indented it to help.
  49. 1 point
    Rami- we're working on it.
  50. 1 point
    I would not disagree with you, should a GPU unit actually be "a feature of the aircraft" - i.e. if one would be carried around in the cargo bay, or some other equally unrealistic solution (like these other developers add). Instead, ground powering is a feature of the airport provisions. The aircraft itself carries an auxiliary power unit, it's the APU, which we modeled. I suggested GSX because at one point or another, I recall some such conversations taking place with Umberto where a GPU unit was in the works or in thought or something similar. Now- I would *really* appreciate it if we kept the discussion tone down, rather than be ready to point fingers or throw accusations about how connected we want to be to our community or fan base. We are all equally happy simmers here.
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