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Saab 340A v1.2 Update Released!

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"Time to bring her out from the mothballs."

 

 

Saab 340A v1.2 Released!Performance gains, bug fixes, and Garmin 530 integration!

 

X-Aviation and Leading Edge Simulations are proud to announce the release of the Take Command! Saab 340A v1.2 update! This update includes important bug fixes, big performance gains, and some new features. Read below to see all the changes!

Click the button below and login! Your download will be at the bottom of the page.

 

NOTE: IF YOU HAVE THE SAAB CURRENTLY INSTALLED DO NOT UNINSTALL IT! THE NEW INSTALLER WILL SCAN AND UPDATE YOUR FILES!



Here's what's changed in version 1.2 since version 1.1:

What's New / Changed:

  • New Gizmo version with huge performance improvements over version 1.1 of the Saab.
  • Fixed bug in anti-skid system preventing user from applying brakes.
  • Fixed bug where changing the NAV selector would not display the proper annunciation on the EADI.
  • Fixed bug where Glideslope was not being recognized when switching between NAV1 and NAV2.
  • Adjusted reverse/beta/feather/norm modes.
  • Adjusted sound engine to handle negative gain.
  • Adjusted fuel crossfeed logic.
  • Logic for Xvalve and bleed valves re-written.
    • Changed bleed air and power requirements for proper operation.
  • DC selector dial reworked to be more user friendly.
  • AP engage delay time reduced.
  • Adjusted engine oil pressure warning parameters.
  • Corrected logic for determining valid signals for nav radios.
  • Adjusted logic when the Altitude Advisory speed is displayed on the EADI.
  • Corrected fuel pump logic on engine failure.
  • Autocoarsen logic revised to be more accurate per AOM.
  • OBS1, OBS2, Heading, and Altitude Selector manipulators changed to be more user friendly.
  • Added logic to "force" the Power Levers to the Ground Idle position for Auto-Start
  • Fixed bug where AP disconnect annunciation would appear at startup
  • Fixed bug in fuel used calculation.
  • Added NAV2 radio test logic to glideslope display.
  • Added Garmin GNS530.
  • Added scroll wheel manipulator option to G530 frequency selectors.
  • Removed Mini-GPS.
  • Complete re-work and update of all Collins ProLine II Radios.
  • Added new Collins ProLine II Radio 2D Pop-up with scroll & click for freq selectors.
  • Added scroll wheel manipulator option to 3D PLII radio frequency selectors.
  • Added User Preferences for scroll wheel adjustment and scroll zoom.
  • User Preferences are saved between sim sessions.
  • Added "Reset All" option to Virtual Checklist.
  • Added scroll manipulator option to altitude pre-select.
  • Adjusted prop animation in windy conditions
  • Added scroll manipulator option to HDG, CRS1, and CRS2 dials
  • Added Pop-up GUI for HDG, CRS1, and CRS2 panel.
  • Collins radios and digits lights now automatically ON at aircraft startup.
  • Corrected annunciation for ALTS and GS armed simultaneously.
  • Changed default sun visor position.
  • Adjusted dome lights.
  • Fixed numerous LIT texture files.
  • Added visual exhaust when HDR in use.
 

As always, thanks for purchasing from X-Aviation! We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you more in the future!

Blue Skies,
X-Aviation.com

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Just saw this in my email inbox as well!!!  YES!

 

Thanks LES!

 

edit:  Is anyone having issues swapping the two comm radios from stby to primary?  Niether swap button seem to work.  The swap switch works on the NAV1 radios and other radios though.  The swap DOES work on the 2D popup of the COMMs.


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Yes!!  I have been holding off buying this until the 530 was installed. Just ducked over an bought it. Their website does not even mention it yet.


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Sweet:

 

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Just wait for a sale....  I got it for about 35 I think.

 

It's very very good though... kinda like a PMDG bird in FSX.  In fact I'd say it's better than the J41 for FSX.


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edit:  Is anyone having issues swapping the two comm radios from stby to primary?  Niether swap button seem to work.  The swap switch works on the NAV1 radios and other radios though.  The swap DOES work on the 2D popup of the COMMs.

This issue has been fixed... simply re-download a fresh installer.

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Just wait for a sale....  I got it for about 35 I think.

 

It's very very good though... kinda like a PMDG bird in FSX.  In fact I'd say it's better than the J41 for FSX.

 

Is there a way to get notified when there's a sale?


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wow, $55...any refund policy come with this?

 

You get what you pay for and this a top quality plane and one of the best I've seen in X-Plane. 

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It's probably the PMDG of X-Plane 10. Should I still be using X-Plane, I wouldn't hesitate buying this one - for $55 it's a bargain given the complexity of the modeling done on this add-on...


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Glad to hear about increased performance! Lovely bird, but quite heavy on the FPS. I would absolutely recommend it to everyone.


Richard Johansson

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Glad to hear about increased performance! Lovely bird, but quite heavy on the FPS. I would absolutely recommend it to everyone.

 

Heavy as a Carenado or heavier than those?


Riccardo Viecca

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Heavy as a Carenado or heavier than those?

For me, the Saab is WAY heavier. Like, half the FPS.


Richard Johansson

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For me, the Saab is WAY heavier. Like, half the FPS.

 

Can you specify your system specs and what you mean by "WAY heavier" than Carenado add ons?  I've seen the exact opposite on several peoples systems.  My system is about 4 years old, and I'm getting, on average, 40fps+.  Minimum of 28-30fps, all with render settings set to high.

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For me, the Saab is WAY heavier. Like, half the FPS.

Waiting for some report on the new upgrade because otherwise half FPS of a carenado means unflyable for me.


Riccardo Viecca

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