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FF 767 has been made XP-11 compliant

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Version 1022 has been released and it seems to be very well done.  If you own it, just download it again and fly!

 

John

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thank you can update the plane through the 767 folder, it saves on activations. the 757 has been updated as well. hopefully the a350 and 777 aren't far behind

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the 757 has been updated as well.

 

Didn't know that...  Thanks.

 

John

 

Edit - That 757 version appears to be the V-2 model.  Yes, but it costs.  The 767 update is a free "patch" to just bring V-1 up to XP-11 standards.  It has a few fixes for XP-10 as well.

 

From den_rain:

 

1.1.22 (xp11 compatibility)

- added a new splashscreen (xp11 only)

- added did you know popups on start (xp11 only)

- added the ability to save airplane specific options from the effects page

- added xp11 simple compatibility

- fixed logic of deleting v-speeds on the takeoff page

- corrected the label text for the epr line on the takeoff page in d-to case

- automatic resetup of the fmc position to rwy position, works also by the THR/EPR mcp button

- fixed a bug when the fmc doesn't go into des mode when it should in some situations

- now cmd disconnects when the pilot uses electric pitch trim switches and only one cmd is engaged

- fixes for the flight number and co-route lines in the rte page

- fixed a visual bug with the select on/off ref v-speeds line on the takeoff page

- added a rollback navdatabase shipping with the plane

- fixed a bug with the top x-plane menu disappearing

- minor fixes for the fire alert system

- added trafic-trafic sound

- fixes to RAT logic in maitenance

- tuned cockpit reflectoins for xp11 usage

- a little reworked tcas indication on the hsi

- some fixes for the unexpected unable next alt message

- some fixes for unexpected NO ACTIVE ROUTE message

- returned vref promt on the approach page for all configurations

- fixed some wrong logic of waypoint management on the fix page

- improved vnav guidance for rnav approaches

- fixed unexpected eating legs during approaches

- added yoke movement during ap is in command

- fixes for logic of inserting/removing holds in the legs page

- corrections for logic of inserting/removing wpts at last and at after-last positions

- fixed unexpected "end of route" when trying to fly a hold, but the hold is the last wpt in the route

- some corrections for leg shifting logic

- corrections for position update logic of the toga button

- fixed the on-touchdown autobake disonnect issue

- fixed the start issue on high challange

- fixed the inability to change target speed on the clb&crz&des pages when the ap's vnav mode is not active

- fixed des segment calculation for cruize levels which is equal or less than 5000 feet.

- decreased false positives of the UNABLE CRZ ALT message for short flights

- added VTM - visual tutorial mode for all checklists

- increased the distance to ToD at which DEC NOW function becomes available 

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ya the 757 was not on sale,i owned the 757 v2, it wasn't completely compatible with x-plane 11 until yesterday.if you go to your airplane folder, there is a java update icon to update the planes,so you don't have to keep activating. i didn't even know this until a few months ago. i kept running out of activations.

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Version 1022 has been released and it seems to be very well done.  If you own it, just download it again and fly!

 

John

Hi John

 

Thanks for heads up.

One thing I have also, notices in the freeware department, they have been updating a number of airport scenery to make them X plane 11 complement as well.

Its getting hard to keep up with this updates. lol. With more to come.

I couldn't dream this up better than what I have been experiencing.

 

Cheers

Bob

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