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CS737 1.8 Is Now Available

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I see the 1.8 Update is now out...

According the the CS web site, the new features for FS-X are....

- The exit positions for the ground vehicles are corrected
- The main door position for the jetway is corrected
- The false power lost is fixed
- The Fire Bells test sounds are fixed
- The Autopilot Disconnect Light is fixed
- The F/D ALT HOLD switch trip off is fixed
- The F/D green capture light is fixed
- Hotkeys can be assigned for ALT HOLD and VOR LOC
- The TEST setting on the AC selector is fixed
- The Master Caution Recall is fixed
- The Master Caution and associated lamps are fixed
- The Stall warning is fixed
- The Stabilizer trim cutout switch is fixed
- The control yoke Stabilizer trim switches are fixed
- Initialisation of saved flights is improved
- The clock timezone is changed from local to UTC
- Captain's clock right button is fixed
- The fuel TEMP logic is improved
- PDCS is improved
- Autocheck for updates is included
- The Paint Kit is updated with 2 separate wing maps
- The Manuals are updated.

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Thinking about this plane. Bought their 777 and liked it and for FSX their 727. Any opinions on whether it's worth it.

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5 hours ago, Lenny777 said:

Thinking about this plane. Bought their 777 and liked it and for FSX their 727. Any opinions on whether it's worth it.

If you like their 727, I think you will also like their 737, which, in my opinion, is one of Captain Sim's better products. I originally bought it some years ago during one of their sales and it was certainly worth it. I actually have both the CS and the Milviz 737 and I like them both. The Captain Sim version arguably has better graphics and textures particularly externally and the Milviz one has perhaps a few more usable flight deck functions, but the recent CS update further narrows the already small difference between them.

Bill

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I have both the CS and Milviz version. Both are fine planes if you like old jets without a computerized flight deck. I originally preferred the Milviz version because it had a FMS, but since they do not include this feature for P3D v4 I am back with the CS 737.

Peter

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Updated to the CS 737 1.8 version yesterday and came across the link for the latest V-One gauge V1.8 which I can confirm works in P3D V3. Installation text was included, really nice add on.

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