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  1. 11 points
  2. Airbus A320 house colors pack in 4 variants arriving later this day...
    9 points
  3. Approaching MUC to Kos and back home to MUC
    8 points
  4. Hi everyone, After our pre-release note on September 6th, I am very happy to now announce that our FSLabs Control Center, our new utility which allows easier management of our product family and simplifies tasks such as installation and uninstallation of FSL aircraft, liveries, airline packs and utilities (e.g. FSL Spotlights), is now available for download to all our customers! Its primary aim is to allow for a one-stop update facility for our product line and improve the customer experience by providing micro-updates and rollbacks without the need for individual installers or long downloads, allowing our customers to update their entire product line with a few simple clicks. Multiple simulation platforms are supported and a search facility for official liveries is provided to allow for a quick selection and installation of your favorite airline colors. It features an 'Update All' simple, one-click update function which allows streamlined downloading of any new available updates for all the customer-installed products, rather than having to download individual installers each time we update our product line. There is also a bulk uninstall feature which allows the customer to uninstall all products at once, so that license keys are once again deactivated and ready for future use in preparation of hardware changes or replacements with no need to contact support to request license reactivation. Apart from the stable public release channel, a provision is made for an "experimental" channel as well, whereby the customer can, at their option, choose to be part of our upcoming open testing channel, whenever available. Last, but not least, the opportunity to enter optional items such as your Hoppie ACARS logon and Simbrief username is available through FSL Control Center, as well. As you make your way through FSLabs Control Center, we would love to have your feedback in the newly added FSL Control Center forum - go through the FAQs and User Guide you will find there and feel free to let us know your first impressions as well as any issues you might find. As always, we thank you for your continued support!
    8 points
  5. Out of TLS and over the Pyrenees.
    7 points
  6. Pushing back Homebase Munich Arrived at Tenerife
    7 points
  7. From my posts on ORBX support forum (https://forum.orbxdirect.com/topic/207596-openlc-europe-terraindll/?tab=comments#comment-1769313), I hope this helps to many Bus jockeys to land at LSGG without CTDs in P3Dv5 and higher : I wasted many hours with attempts to solve CTDs with P3Dv5 and v5.2 on customer's machine. And found workaround. You need rename OLC_EU_REG_L_French.bgl file in the folder Orbx\p3dv5\Global openLC Europe\Orbx\FTX_OLC\OLC_EU4\Scenery to OLC_EU_REG_L_French.bgl.off and CTDs are gone. No matter what scenery You use - Aerosoft, FSDT, default or any freeware. LUSA2R and other STARs are again flyable. I tried open that file with tmfviewer, file looks OK. If tthis file is active, all attempts for ILS approach for rwy 22 ended with CTD. With renamed, all is OK. Then I downloaded freeware landclass file for Switzerland from https://flyawaysimulation.com/downloads/files/2295/fsx-landclass-scenery-for-switzerland/, with these files was all my attempts to land at default and all freeware LSGG airports rwy 22 successfull. From September, i fiddled with next 3 other computers with same problem, this trick is 100% working. It is shame that ORBX's response is sooo slooooow. BTW, route LOWI - LSGG is my favourite, BANKO R/N is very spectacular, same words about AKITO.
    6 points
  8. It begins to look a lot like christmas...
    6 points
  9. Very quick WIP. Would anyone even want this?? I'm not sure if I should release it...
    5 points
  10. What better scheme to test fly in great work by Stu Antonio.
    5 points
  11. GM444 flight from Zurich to Hurghada.
    4 points
  12. 4 points
  13. back in the Air again after a long Time. EDDL - LEVC - EDDL opb vEWG
    3 points
  14. Stormy departure on this long way from LPPD to BIKF with TAP A321.
    3 points
  15. Curved monitors are fantastic for flight simulation purposes. The bigger the screen is, the more use you get from it being curved, as it wraps around your peripheral vision. However, you need to make sure that your seating position is such that your head is placed at the centre of the circle that defines the curvature. If you sit too far away, then the effect is lost. So when buying a curved screen, one needs to make sure that placing/mounting it close enough is possible.
    3 points
  16. Well, doesn't look like FSLabs is going to neglect the MSFS.
    3 points
  17. Testflight with revised Airframe Configs and Simbrief Profiles on this lovely Airbus A321-231 D-AIDM (thank you @Florian Wolf) flying MUC-PMI-MUC-LHR
    2 points
  18. 2 points
  19. It's practically done. Only problem is, right now I can't find any image of the starboard side, so it's pure guessing how they painted it. Could be Bornin2021 or Bornin2021 (following the mil rule that flags on moving vehicles are always facing backwards) or something entirely different. I'll probably wait until more images surface...
    2 points
  20. No problem, everybody can always disagree with me. My issue with those trackers is the fact that you turn your head while your eyes have to stay on the screen. I don‘t see the point of that. I don‘t look left, I still look straight but with my head turned. I find that stange. Also, you can only move your head so much that you can still see the screen. So looking down on the pedestal can only work of you map the system to move the view 80deg down while your head moves only 10deg. And you‘ll end up with your face down but the eyes fully up to be able to see the screen. Same with the other directions. For me this was so annoying and counter intuitive, I just couldn‘t handle it. But again, that‘s just my experience and opinion. It‘s working well for many others and that‘s totally fine.
    2 points
  21. First time ever I am left with no other choice but to disagree with Stu. I bought my first TrackIR some 15 years ago. I couldn't sim a minute without it. But yes, it has little to do with the type of monitor.
    2 points
  22. It's a new ground handling, yes
    2 points
  23. yesterdays flight from heathrow to barcelona BA472
    2 points
  24. It's a subjective decision. I have a 49" super ultra wide, which is curved. Couldn't imagine going back to a flat screen.
    2 points
  25. It’s been 3 years since I flew a real 320 and my company (now defunct) transferred me to the dark side to fly that other popular single-aisle machine. As an avid simmer, recently I was lucky enough to get my hands on the Tiller by Cat3Design to use with the FSLabs A3XXX fleet. My very first thought was, “Wow - this has just transformed my taxying experience!” It was immediately recognisable in feel and response, and does a superb job of simulating the real-world A320 tiller. It may be a little smaller and a little lighter, but after having flown the real aircraft for 7 1/2 years I can say that this tiller feels very authentic and fits under my fingertips perfectly. It could be argued that one’s sensibilities might have been dulled after several years of trucking around in a used 737, but this felt so natural from the first use that I began to wonder why I had put up with anything else in 28 years of simming, especially in the past 7 years of FSLabbing. It easily reminds me of the plane I used to fly, and nothing about it makes me think, “Oh, he should change this or that…” There are plenty of photos and reviews about other aspects of the package so I won’t repeat those efforts here, but I will say that as a real world A320 pilot I give this product my full endorsement. One question I had was where to put it. I have found that it is sized very well for the desktop environment and isn’t as bulky as I thought it would be. The cable is plenty long enough to allow the unit to be moved around easily as necessary. Cat3Design is committed to providing excellent customer service and I can personally attest to this manufacturer’s credibility and integrity as well.
    2 points
  26. Now that Control Center is released we get to take the sharks out on tour. Earlier @Duncan MacKellar and I flew up to KEF and now its time to return to Heathrow.
    2 points
  27. You can just about see part of it here...
    2 points
  28. With all due respect, it is us who make the rules We've always allowed mentioning of other products, after all flight simulation does not consist of our A320-X alone. And this Toulouse scenery complements our products quite nicely, so we recommend everyone getting it for the full dose of Airbus experience
    1 point
  29. Time to take the bear down to Gran Canaria. First Windows 11 flight.
    1 point
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