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The beast will awake this week! Fly the Maddog X for P3D v5

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Fly the Maddog X for P3D v5

Fly the Maddog X for P3D v5, we are almost ready for the official release and could be anytime this week.

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Source:https://www.flythemaddog.com/forum/index.php?/topic/12125-fly-the-maddog-x-64bit-edition-16b571-official-release-p3d-v44-v45/

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very excited for this one.  Also will hopefully keep other sim plane makers honest.  You can't say the external lights don't work in V5 due to a lockheed problem if fly the maddog figured it out.  

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Man I’m 51 years old and I just had a reaction like a 5 year old on Christmas Eve  - my wife then walked out of the room while shaking her head 🤪

Thanks for sharing the great news!

Cheers,

Pete

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OMg - did you see the visual upgrade with DX12 - wow wow.

 

this plane just keeps getting better and better.  Probably the best addon there is

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The Leonardo Team is top notch, no doubt.

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19 minutes ago, Peter Z KCLE_EDDN said:

my wife then walked out of the room while shaking her head

I feel like that's standard procedure in a flight simmer's house, it is in mine at least 😁

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1 minute ago, regis9 said:

I feel like that's standard procedure in a flight simmer's house, it is in mine at least 😁

Lol, you’re so right, it’s not age related because she’s been shaking her head about flighsim since I was 29 🍻

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14 minutes ago, regis9 said:

I feel like that's standard procedure in a flight simmer's house, it is in mine at least 😁

Standard procedure here in my household also.

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54 minutes ago, micstatic said:

very excited for this one.  Also will hopefully keep other sim plane makers honest.  You can't say the external lights don't work in V5 due to a lockheed problem if fly the maddog figured it out.  

II thought it's only me.....but Landing and TAXI lights are beyond anything I've seen.....extremely bright.....


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4 minutes ago, cyyzrwy24 said:

II thought it's only me.....but Landing and TAXI lights are beyond anything I've seen.....extremely bright.....

Aren't they bright in real life also.  That is what I noticed when watching these birds at KATL in real life

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even though this airplane is appreciated here.  It is still very under-rated.  

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6 minutes ago, Skywolf said:

Aren't they bright in real life also.  That is what I noticed when watching these birds at KATL in real life

They are unusable really.....I am not even using them....LOL. But again plane is not even V5 compatible so I shouldn't complain either....😎 (Q787)


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50 minutes ago, Skywolf said:

Standard procedure here in my household also.

I guess it’s all part of our SOP’s then and incorporated in our various checklists 😉

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24 minutes ago, Peter Z KCLE_EDDN said:

I guess it’s all part of our SOP’s then and incorporated in our various checklists 😉

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- excitement level......10/10 SET AND CHECK

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