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Feelthere Developing New Ejets for P3D 4.4

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I wrote Feelthere approximately 2 weeks ago and they told me, it‘s still in Dev.

IMHO their mistake was, to publish „final approach“ on facebook (beginning of August). 
 

I too hope to see it soon.

Regards

Patrick

 

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Meanwhile I made some aero tweak and use Silva's Spotlight config and ASv4's WXR gaugue to make the old version at least flyable...

Still a nice plane, systemwise I think it's not far behind AS320

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Did they promise a release before Christmas? (Chistmas of this year) If so, shouldn´t take too long.


 

 

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It's getting there - there has been a mass of real-world Embraer pilots' input at a late stage in the project and that has caused a bit of re-writing and tweaking. "Nit-picking" was how one of them described it, but definitely worth the extra work. It's really not very far away.

Paul.

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Great to hear!


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On 12/6/2019 at 4:32 PM, ckyliu said:
The last screenshot update on the feelThere E-jets v3 for P3Dv4 was 14th November at https://www.facebook.com/Feelthere/posts/2932805206733045 and they said elsewhere later that they hoped to release it this year.

see - https://youtu.be/Dg8ZaO73vE4

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D. Scobie, feelThere support forum moderator: https://forum.simflight.com/forum/169-feelthere-support-forums/

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Looking great!  Seems like this is an imminent release as well. Perhaps before years end. 

 


Dave Seminchuk  CYVR LSZH 

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This is great. Looks to be much improved in systems and fidelity over the previous version.  Interesting aircraft to fly.  Similar principles as other aircraft but with some unique way of doing things.   Kind of like the MD-11 which was a hybrid of Boeing and Airbus functionality. 

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Dave Seminchuk  CYVR LSZH 

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New videos,taxi and takeoff, altitude modes and approach setup

 

 

 

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Mikael Leinonen

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emmm, the AP feels as glitch as the old one...

Well it's flyable, but....for all these years, I do hope to get something better...

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