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Hi all 😃

 

Next two weeks are getting hot for what is coming to the Sim..🙃

 

I mean on Thursday Sim Update 3 and next week Aerosoft`s CRJ - WOWW realy hot this two weeks 😅

Looks like an exciting time is coming in - hopfully there`s no delays..🤔 but shure we will see.

 

cheers 😉

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4 minutes ago, pmplayer said:

Hi all 😃

 

Next two weeks are getting hot for what is coming to the Sim..🙃

 

I mean on Thursday Sim Update 3 and next week Aerosoft`s CRJ - WOWW realy hot this two weeks 😅

Looks like an exciting time is coming in - hopfully there`s no delays..🤔 but shure we will see.

 

cheers 😉

Sim update 3 is tomorrow is it not?


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22 minutes ago, Car147 said:

Sim update 3 is tomorrow is it not?

March 11th ? - as i know..but could be wrong.

 

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Posted (edited)

"Sim Update 3" makes it sound like one of those horror movie sequels " Attack of the Killer Zombie Llamas 3 " or whatever 😄

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35 minutes ago, pmplayer said:

March 11th ? - as i know..but could be wrong.

 

cheers  😉

Sim update 3 should be tomorrow. (the 9-3-21)

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Don’t forget Justflight piper Arrow! Tomorrow maybe?

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2 minutes ago, 7neophyte7 said:

Don’t forget Justflight piper Arrow! Tomorrow maybe?

Possibly but probably only direct, unlikely to be in the marketplace for a while.

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18 minutes ago, Glenn Fitzpatrick said:

"Sim Update 3" makes it sound like one of those horror movie sequels " Attack of the Killer Zombie Llamas 3 " or whatever 😄

LOL

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20 minutes ago, Glenn Fitzpatrick said:

"Sim Update 3" makes it sound like one of those horror movie sequels...

Well, it has been a bit of a horror story on occasion. :biggrin:

I always have a mixture of excitement and trepidation.  I am seriously concerned this time with the potential aerodynamics changes.  How will the third party developers respond if it screws up their flight models I wonder?

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5 minutes ago, bobcat999 said:

  How will the third party developers respond if it screws up their flight models I wonder?

 

The continual update "software as a service" model must take a lot of the shine off developing freeware.  You do not get paid for it , All you get for your trouble is a batch of grief from people demanding fixes every time the game breaks your free product.

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1 minute ago, Glenn Fitzpatrick said:

The continual update software as a service model must take a lot of the shine off developing freeware.  You do not get paid for it , All you get for your trouble is a batch of grief from people demanding fixes every time the game breaks your free product.

That's right Glenn.  That's why they really need to concentrate on getting the aerodynamics fixed-up and locked-down now (in the main).  They don't want to keep moving the goalposts all of the time, for the sake of all of the stuff already developed.

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What I'm really waiting for is independent MCDU's on FBW A320 and for them to incorporate Working Title's flight plan module so that we can have more realistic flight planning features in the MCDU. I'm so sick of seeing those USR waypoints. I am also looking forward to sim update 3 tomorrow!

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The bit about the Aerosoft CRJ, is that a joke or did I miss something?


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Sim Update 3 expected for this week, hmmm, and the related hotfixes, for when? 🤣.

Cheers, Ed

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Cheers, Ed

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