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Upcoming Remote Overhead for the 777 - Final Previews

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Hi folks,

some final screenshots...

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Hi Mark

Wow, Looking good. I am impressed and very much looking forward to the release.

Thank you having invested in that.

Best regards

Andreas

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Looks amazing, sadly not a plane i fly but i do have it, i may end up flying it just because of this!

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3 hours ago, DocPadds said:

Looks amazing, sadly not a plane i fly but i do have it, i may end up flying it just because of this!

Same here...I rarely fly the 777, but I'll buy the overhead because Mark's products are the best!

Kind Regards,

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Looks great! Any news on the release date? 

Looking foward to see it in action!

Gr.

Robert

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I'm waiting for some final things to be clarified before releasing.

But that doesn't mean I haven't been working...

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That's right! The overhead has been ported to a web app, so you will be able to run it from your tablet directly (or phone).

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Mark,

Does this mean the 737NGX overhead will also be webapp?

Kind Regards,

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On 5/3/2019 at 4:15 AM, somiller said:

Mark,

Does this mean the 737NGX overhead will also be webapp?

Kind Regards,

Yes sir! The next update will include the 737 overhead as a webapp (in addition to the offline application).

Time will tell if future overhead solutions will be released as only webapps or both - depending on users' feedback. It's a double-effort to do both so dropping one platform would make life easier.

I'm curious to see how the webapp solution will get adopted. After all, you can run it on your PC's browser in full screen mode and have a very similar user experience as the standalone client.

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