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Hi all

 

For users of MCE, if you want the Milviz 732 supported then show your interest here. If there is enough interest you'll get a fully functioning copilot to help you fly.

 

Cheers

 

Lee

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Oh yes please! MCE made my other "old iron", Simcheck A300 and Coolsky DC9 go to a new level with voice support.

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Oh yes please! MCE made my other "old iron", Simcheck A300 and Coolsky DC9 go to a new level with voice support.

It sure did

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Hi all

 

For users of MCE, if you want the Milviz 732 supported then show your interest here. If there is enough interest you'll get a fully functioning copilot to help you fly.

 

Cheers

 

Lee

 

Just to let you know, Milviz has responded positively to our query.

 

We are pleased to report that interfacing this bird has started.

 

And the good news, since we already interfaced 3 other 737s, and the audio part is more or less the same, it's just a matter of giving the virtual FO access to the overhead panel and MCP panel switches.

 

It should be fairly quick. Ben recons should be done with by the end of the month if not earlier.

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We're working on the new AP / AB setup and it should be done very soon now indeed....

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OK guys, it took a while because this is the first Milviz aircraft we tried to interface.

 

Finally fully supported in release 2.5.8.2

 

http://www.multicrewxp.com/Downloads.html

 

Existing MCE users, make sure you run the application wizard so that the default scripted flows are copied to the relevant folder.

 

Also read document "Milviz 737 Flows.pdf"

 

Start->All Programs->Multi Crew Experience->Paper Tutorials->Milviz 737 Flows.

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