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This is my first Flysimware - I was a little concerned about the textures at first, from the initial FSW screenshots, but let me just say there was no need for concern! It looks sharp, both outside and in! I don't have that a high-end a system - an i5 3750k with a gtx 660, and 8gb ram - this plane runs smooth as anything for me (Mega airport Dublin, Paris, to name a couple of the heavy ones), and looks great both in daylight and in the dark!

 

There are a couple of youtube videos out already, I'd say check them out, they look great in those as well - but it's a lot more enjoyable when you're the one flying her! =)

 

Edit: I'm using FSX:SE 

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This is my first Flysimware - I was a little concerned about the textures at first, from the initial FSW screenshots, but let me just say there was no need for concern! It looks sharp, both outside and in! I don't have that a high-end a system - an i5 3750k with a gtx 660, and 8gb ram - this plane runs smooth as anything for me (Mega airport Dublin, Paris, to name a couple of the heavy ones), and looks great both in daylight and in the dark!

 

There are a couple of youtube videos out already, I'd say check them out, they look great in those as well - but it's a lot more enjoyable when you're the one flying her! =)

 

Edit: I'm using FSX:SE 

Glad you like the product. Make sure you download the latest version as we have added shockwave lights. Also if someone uses P3D turn off the HDR effect as this makes the textures too bright and does not look good hiding the AO effects.

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Currently enjoying ver. 1.6 and grateful for all the hard work going into this simulation..........I would encourage all you talented repainters out there to get going on this bird as a few of the models stray pretty close to "hideous".   Don't want to downgrade any of the effort here but a few liveries on Avsim that you wouldn't be embarassed to taxi in with would be a real Godsend.

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V1.7 has lowered the fuel burn rate and the temps also got adjusted. The temps range could not be set like the real aircraft so we decided to set the take off temp for accuracy. Idle will be slightly higher.

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V1.7 has lowered the fuel burn rate and the temps also got adjusted. The temps range could not be set like the real aircraft so we decided to set the take off temp for accuracy. Idle will be slightly higher.

I'm really enjoying this plane, after not liking any BizJet that has gone before. I would like to know how to tell which version I have installed, where can this be seen?

Anton von Sierakowski (YBDG)

Rig: ASUS Gryphon Z87 TUF Micro-ATX; i7 4770K 4.3GHz 16Gb RAM,GTX770 2Gb, 250Gb SSD boot, 1Tb SSD XP11, 250Gb SSD XPHDortho + . Orbx +++. PC Built date Sept 2013. Win10 64bit

Full specs: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s77/sh/fa9f2d4a-c320-4f1c-91a3-f881c87cb0a3/c9b89aded621f3d81c9b50148cfd2ec2

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The title of the installer (the exe file) contains the version number.

 

JJ


Jean-Jacques

CYND, Gatineau-Ottawa Executive Airport, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada

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Thank you JJ, I will have a look for that.


Anton von Sierakowski (YBDG)

Rig: ASUS Gryphon Z87 TUF Micro-ATX; i7 4770K 4.3GHz 16Gb RAM,GTX770 2Gb, 250Gb SSD boot, 1Tb SSD XP11, 250Gb SSD XPHDortho + . Orbx +++. PC Built date Sept 2013. Win10 64bit

Full specs: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s77/sh/fa9f2d4a-c320-4f1c-91a3-f881c87cb0a3/c9b89aded621f3d81c9b50148cfd2ec2

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The title of the installer (the exe file) contains the version number.

 

JJ

 

I note I have got ver 2.1 and can confirm that I too have a problem capturing ALTSEL, either in climb or descent. I run in FSX:SE with W10 on an i7 4770K PC with a GTX770 2Gb vid card. After a few hand flown flights I really enjoy flying this plane. I will longingly wait for the next update to see what the plane can really do.


Anton von Sierakowski (YBDG)

Rig: ASUS Gryphon Z87 TUF Micro-ATX; i7 4770K 4.3GHz 16Gb RAM,GTX770 2Gb, 250Gb SSD boot, 1Tb SSD XP11, 250Gb SSD XPHDortho + . Orbx +++. PC Built date Sept 2013. Win10 64bit

Full specs: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s77/sh/fa9f2d4a-c320-4f1c-91a3-f881c87cb0a3/c9b89aded621f3d81c9b50148cfd2ec2

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I note I have got ver 2.1 and can confirm that I too have a problem capturing ALTSEL, either in climb or descent. I run in FSX:SE with W10 on an i7 4770K PC with a GTX770 2Gb vid card. After a few hand flown flights I really enjoy flying this plane. I will longingly wait for the next update to see what the plane can really do.

V2.2 fixes the autopilot altitude hold issues. V2.1 was the only version that had this issue.

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Any clue on when 2.2 is heading off to the vendors for download? I'm anxious to get my hands on it considering the numerous fixes.

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