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  1. 5 points
  2. JU580 - Belgrade to Barcelona
    5 points
  3. Hi Pablo, Options change. Just because something is available - or not - today doesn't mean things will stay or change by release. Personally I still use 2D panels as quick pop ups however looking at MSFS such options really don't exist.
    3 points
  4. LED - BEG with lovely A319 today
    3 points
  5. D-AIUU parked up at MUC.
    2 points
  6. *Version-Bump* v0.7.1 released: Added some new Korry-Images for Busses Added a black and round Switch Image "Display Gauge" can now trigger Sim-Actions / can be mapped as other Buttons (both Single and Dual Gauges) The Base Color of the Bar/Arc can be now changed based on another Variable/Value Check the Readme if you're upgrading from a 0.6.x Version! Also, the premade/preconfigured Profiles for the FSLabs A320-X where improved and updated! They can be found here in the Downloads Section.
    2 points
  7. A1 A quick email to info[at]flightsimlabs[dot]com Will do the trick A2 In general, F1 and F4 move the throttles up and down between the detents and F2 and F3 will increase/decrease the throttle smoothly. Rgds JB
    2 points
  8. Hello all, It's been a couple months since our last news, so I wanted to take this opportunity and give you an update of our current project development status. We've so far been very quiet as regards our MSFS development plans - we've taken some time to investigate the best possible way to bring our product family into the new platform while maintaining a common code base that still keeps a high level of realism and fidelity as regards the flight model characteristics our customer base has been used to up to now. Given the well documented state of the Microsoft Flight Simulator SDK we are continuing our efforts to innovate beyond the platforms' current limitations. Over the last eighteen months, FSLabs has undergone a period of growth where we've brought a number of new developers on board as well as a new support team member and this allows us to utilize functional teams to develop our products in parallel. A few words regarding our current product road map: We're very excited to be working on the A320 NEO which we expect to make available on the Prepar3D platform initially. The A320 NEO will join the A320-X Master Series line of products that we are working to bring onto the MSFS platform. We also expect to release the Concorde on Prepar3D first and again, we're working to release it to the MSFS platform. We will be excited to share more previews of this title as it enters beta testing in the next six to eight weeks! We're also happy to announce that the A3XX product that we've been teasing for a while now is in fact the Airbus A330. We've been working on this product along side our other development and we expect to give you more news on that later on. Last but not least, as promised in my last news announcement, we're excited to bring a functional update to the A319/A320/A321 WTF series that brings the EFB, and Jump Ahead feature to these aircraft (for owners of the Sharklets series) as part of today's update that will become available in the next few hours as part of our experimental channel. This update will also include more fixes and improvements to the FMGC logic as part of our continued commitment to supporting our existing product family. As always, thank you for your continued support!
    2 points
  9. Yes it works it's the one i use, the magnetic base is the same :). My Best Regards Diogo Ferreira
    1 point
  10. Looking great @Gregory Verba
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  11. 1 point
  12. Updating the driver was your mistake. The Internet has many cases of this as well as nvidia stating the issue. Please roll your video driver back a few versions.
    1 point
  13. Monday - most likely as a business they had the weekend off.
    1 point
  14. Part 1, from LOWI to LGSK : Part 2 - from LGSK to LGKF Part 3 - from LGKF to LGSM
    1 point
  15. From LZIB to LDSB :
    1 point
  16. Your a big infuence on me Norm. I ordered yesterday. No email confirmation yet.
    1 point
  17. I already answered that. Real weather or not, if you are using 8x I wouldn’t be leaving things unattended. No matter what the addon plane is.
    1 point
  18. Hurray I was right for once
    1 point
  19. Hi Luis, We don't recommend increases in sim rate however you can use 2x without issue, 4x most of the time and 8x with care. Performance is of course dependant on your specs. I would question your claim of 16x without problems EULA does indeed preclude the use on more than one machine at a time however each case is looked at on application. Generally as long as its one desktop and one laptop - and the installer will know - and you have obtained permission, there will be no issues. That said, with Control Center its super easy to uninstall and reclaim the license from one, install on another all within a matter of seconds. When its time to change back again its a few mouse clicks and you are back to the exact same settings as you last had on that machine. You dont need dedicated thrust lever controls. We allow use of F1 through F4 to step through the various detents.
    1 point
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  21. Hello all, our server maintenance should now be complete. Please let us know if you notice anything not working. Thank you,
    1 point
  22. Hello all, wanted to let you know that we will be performing some needed updates and maintenance on our servers starting on Friday 08JUL22 at 0900Z. We expect it will last a few hours, which will mean the web site, forum and ticket support systems will be offline during that time. We will announce when the procedure is complete with a reply to this announcement. Thank you all!
    1 point
  23. Hamburg to Cologne last weekend! On approach into 14L A nice way to wrap up the evening.
    1 point
  24. Starting out by just messing around, trying to do a retro AirBerlin livery..... it got to 50+ repaints in 1.5 years... Really turned out to be a great way for me to unplug and relax Thanks everyone for your support and kind words! See you some day in MSFS, FSLabs!
    1 point
  25. Hello Mohamed, You did indeed hear correct. You can see it annouced here. Sorry we don't ever give timelines. (We did once and the person who did has never lived it down.)
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  26. Glad to see your team is growing. Couldn't care less about MSFS ... after taking off in the handicapped PMDG 737 out of PDX and flying over Portland in MSFS these SU updates just seem to keep making MSFS worse and worse ... it's frankly just garbage graphics in MSFS (even more so when Photogrammetry is enabled, OMG what a mess). I just don't get how MSFS fans can turn a blind eye to these obvious issues in MSFS: Wall of bridges in Portland? Water looks horrible with obvious gaps in tiling. Buildings with water roof tops? Shoreline shadows that chase over the water? Grainy clouds that are over done with shadows and strange puffy formations and clouds that are just white blob reflections on water? And the list of visual problems with MSFS goes on and on ... I just don't get the attraction let alone understand how MSFS users just ignore these problems? When P3D has visual problems (and it does) the world is coming to an end, but when MSFS has even worse visual problems all is good?? MSFS is "next generation" ... 2 years of updates and still has significant problems. Maybe in 10 years by the time I retire it will be fixed? Thank you for taking care of your P3D customer base first, appreciated. Rob.
    1 point
  27. she's just so darn cute ... Reg: 6Y-JMK
    1 point
  28. Dear Guys, I got my ACC Rudders now and after reading the Feedback of the Tiller from Bob, I decided to write a review now after I tested all. I think reviews are important to give a clear view away from the "high gloss shop" photos. Here is me review about the ACC Rudders I just got. General appearance At first glance after unpacking from the box, I have to say that the Rudders are really big! They don't look that big in the photos. The weight is also impressive. I didn't weigh it, but I guess it weighs around 15kg. It is made entirely of aluminum and the cover is made of a kind of fiberglass. This is also extremely stable. Everything is painted dark blue in the typical Airbus color (possibly powder-coated). The level of detail of the indication and the footrests are great. I have never seen it like this anywhere. Take a look at the photos for yourself. I even discovered a small dedication to me. (certainly for the production line ) Tactile Feel As expected, the feel is stiff and play-free. ACC has managed to build a rudder which is adjustable in distance, describes a circular movement and yet is full of rudder and both brakes that can be linked to a second. I haven't seen that on the market either. Not even at FSC. The possibility to run it alone, i.e. not as a couple, is also not available at FSC. The movement of the rudder itself is relatively large and smooth. It is provided with an oil damper which gives the pedals a smooth movement. The brakes have a slightly small angle. I don't know what this is like for real, but it's okay. The brake pedal goes with a certain force, but also softly. The adjustment works via the T-shaped lever. If you pull this, the pedals move to the foremost position. This can be seen on the display. If you now pull the lever again, you can let the pedals snap into place with the weight of the legs in 6 steps by overall 100mm backwards. That works quite good. Software The rudders are connected as normal via USB and recognized as a game controller. The three axes can be assigned as usual. Special software is not necessary. Criticisms I think they could have installed a kind of "broom" at the outlets of the pedals to cover the mechanics. The complex technology inside looks very impressive, but it would then be protected and it would be a little closer to reality. Maybe there also should be a more detailed Instruction come along with it. There is just coming a bore hole crad and a describtion how to install it. Conclusion I have nothing to complain about yet and I am happy and impressed with this very heavy, complex and compact all-rounder. The rudder looks very similar to the original and is unique in its range of functions - precisely because it is top floor. Many home cockpit users or even living room pilots simply have no way of building under the floor - this is where the ACC rudders come into play. For the price, a real bargain if you know the market. Recommendable! PS: If you like to, I can also do a review of the 2.5 Sidestick I just got. Please also share your reviews
    1 point
  29. Well well well RTA, ETP, OFFSET and Step Climb already implemented This Friday they will reveal they features review Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
    1 point
  30. Max Cloud Turbulence: 100% Max Wind Turbulence: 50% Turbulence Effect Scale: 40% Enhanced Turbulence: Disabled Realistic Thunderstorm Up and Downdraft rate: Disabled
    1 point
  31. No problem with 16:9. The proportions are correct. This is what the world window looks like by default. You can resize this window any way you want. For the reference this is what the 3D cockpit looks like from the same spot:
    1 point
  32. Hi all, Attached you can find a PDF with a comprehensive list of easyJet liveries for the current version. Thanks to @Stu Antonio for compiling this fantastic list of liveries. Feel free to make us aware of any others and we will try and keep it updated easyjet_Liveries_FSLabs_v5.0.100_v1.4.pdf
    1 point
  33. Darn - there goes the surprise! Thrustmaster Hotas base.
    1 point
  34. Version 5.1.0

    264 downloads

    This A320 livery is in the colors of Philippine Airlines, registration RP-C8611. This is version 5.x
    1 point
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