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  1. 10 points
    Well, Felipe...this is a really nice community, passionating airbus pilots. The FSLabs is the most detailed & realistic airplane ever seen in flightsim and we all love it. Please don't poison the forum with that behaviour or those kind of statements above. Criticism is fine and well noted by FSLabs but stay fair and constructive.
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  3. 3 points
    Thank you for your feedback Felipe.
  4. 1 point
    I have all the addons you mention and haven't had the CTD you have had. If you have had a period without the issue, flying the exact same route/area then you suddenly get a CTD, something has to have changed on your computer. You have dismissed Windows update, therefore has SODE/GSX updated? The INS software hasn't changed for years because the newest version isn't compatible with Concorde X so even if the clash is with the INS software, it has to be something else that has changed - this is why I stop all automatic updates, so that I know what has changed, even in the background so I can diagnose issues. I am not saying you should do this, I'm just saying why I do it. Go through your addons and see when they were last updated, see when your drivers were last updated, and see when Windows last updated. If any have been altered in any way since you last had a successful flight in that area, roll back and test. I did once have a graphics card that caused CTDs at random but that is a last resort. Last thing I'm going to suggest, ignore if you wish.
  5. 1 point
    If there is a bug causing the CTD, then it is better to focus on eliminating that bug rather then dialing down the settings (which are low already, and there is no promise that dialing them down further will eliminate the issue). Why can't you compare v4 with v3? Both sims are based on the same ESP engine, and in fact, v3 user fewer resources overall at the same graphics settings. I know that I run high settings on my PC, and ConcordeX just flies fine. Don't act insulted. I am sure every advice is appreciated, but it has to follow some reasonable logic. If Ray has been flying without any issues for quite a while, but the CTD is appearing recently, it just can't be due to computer resources, can it?
  6. 1 point
    Just posting a friendly reminder
  7. 1 point
    On the descent into San Francisco from Los Angeles as Delta (DL712) on an A319.
  8. 1 point
    I really dont think so. In fact, steam gauges are the ones prohibitive to simulate because all the polygons they take. The problem with the 350/380 should be the data, information, schematics etc.
  9. 1 point
    Ray, I’m sorry to read that your CTD issues have started again; it is, to say the least, extremely frustrating when flight sim crashes. I do hope you get this sorted before FSL stop supporting and abandon Concorde-X altogether, I have a feeling it’s this coming June....Anyway all the best Ray and keep safe in this very strange time we all find ourselves in.
  10. 1 point
    I mean, obviously it is different in many aspects - what I find both amusing and puzzling at the same time though is that absolutely noone of those who point out just how different! it is can come up with even a single technical detail as an example The thing many simmers don't realize (cause why would they need to) is that Airbus changed sooo many details in logic or system behaviour over the years, which is funny - arguing against EIS1, cause that's something that seems to just come up a lot, while happily flying an A320 whose technical status is - I don't know, like, new-ish? Past the point where switched N/W strg to the other hydraulic system I guess, and past the Electronic Instrument System 1. For all we know, it could be frankensteined from any number of different MSNs...like the BA A319 that once lost electric supply to the entire flightdeck while climbing out of Heathrow's busy airspace - with pitch black darkness outside. What a comfortable situation to be in...Airbus did have some explaining to do about that one! Oh, very kind, but I'll have to go the store to see if I can get it exchanged, for a 737 or MD-83 maybe...something yoke-controlled (:
  11. 1 point
    If you could build the EIS1 systems to match fslabs standards & do it in a timely manner. I'll personally buy you a A320
  12. 1 point
    Day 3423893 of users asking for EIS1, still no answers except "yeah it's totally different, in sooo many aspects" Thanks for taking the time though.
  13. 1 point
    Oh come on, sure you have. You just won't tell...
  14. 1 point
    The a320 family is great and all, but I deeply agree with Eric here, the flight sim community is in desperate need for an FsLabs quality long haul Airbus. I'm not sure an a350 would be possible however...like for the a380, those massive touch screen displays appear to be rather prohibitive to simulate...
  15. 1 point
    the same with v5. I run it since day 1 and had not a single CTD caused by the sim. I ran out of VRAM only when i was testing out the sttings to find my limits and all other crashes were due to addons, but not the Sim. Yes, many people are having issues with v5. One reason is, that they simply ignore that it simply changed how it handles textures and keep using it as if it was v4 and therefore overstress their hardware -> VRAM hang. This issue was solved by HF1 by giving user a warning before running out of VRAM so they can adjust their settings to a managable level. Another reason is, that people install addons not yet officially and therefore fully compatible with V5 ro simply run BETA software (like Truesky) wich is known to be buggy. Run V5 as out of the box without Truesky with hardware that meets the system requirements and you will not run into any CTD. The pain with V5 is, that it has so many changes that there are only very few addons (fully) compatible yet and that those changes are so significant that it takes very long for developers to update their products.
  16. 1 point
    I and many others I think would agree a FSL A330 or A350 is very much in demand. I really am keen to get an FSL type aircraft that can cross the Atlantic and Pacific.
  17. 1 point
    As I said earlier, there is a "high notch" for moving the levers from idle to idle reverse. By high notch I mean you will probably have to lift the thrust levers a bit (or use a bit more force) and then move it back. Idle reverse is it's own notch, and from there you can just move the levers back all the way to max reverse. It takes a bit of practise but after a few landings you can't live without it.
  18. 1 point
    Here are mine. After quite a lot of tinkering these seem to work fine. As I said earlier, the piece isn't really a perfect fit and every time I take it out (to fly measly Boeings) and put it back, the values change a little. These gates seem to be big enough to compensate for that. [GateControls_0] DIS_270=2048 Min_TLA_RevMax=-10000 Max_TLA_RevMax=-9700 Min_TLA_RevIdle=-7000 Max_TLA_RevIdle=-5400 Min_TLA_Idle=-5000 Max_TLA_Idle=-3000 Min_TLA_CL=2700 Max_TLA_CL=4000 Min_TLA_FLXMCT=6000 Max_TLA_FLXMCT=8000 Min_TLA_TOGA=9700 Max_TLA_TOGA=10000 I just did some touch and gos, and just have to say this is really a great investment (even though the price with shipping is ridiculous). The tactile feedback really adds to the immersion. More focus on flying, less on fine-tuning your hardware lever position!
  19. 1 point
    Madeira Berlin Tegel And Stuttgart
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    A few shots from the past few months
  21. 1 point
    Early morning departure, Salzburg (in the background) to Olbia.
  22. 1 point
    Laden Index (the position of the ZFW CG/TO CG in inches aft of the datum, which is normally the nose).
  23. 1 point
    TIF = trip fuel UNDLO = underload (maximum - actual value of the limiting weight)
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