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Hi, just wondering on the latest on this. This will really help realism when realesed- based on how good this was in P3D 

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This is another must have addon that I miss so much. Hopefully there's good progress being made and that we'll soon get an update.

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We are still waiting too, for MS/Asobo to fix several bugs in Simconnect that are a bit annoying, and of course in the meantime we are modeling new objects and animations for MSFS.


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5 hours ago, dsmbell said:

Hi, just wondering on the latest on this. This will really help realism when realesed- based on how good this was in P3D 

More like fake realism. 

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21 minutes ago, Michael235 said:

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We are still waiting too, for MS/Asobo to fix several bugs in Simconnect that are a bit annoying, and of course in the meantime we are modeling new objects and animations for MSFS.

I think that statement was quite a while ago wasn't it?


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18 minutes ago, Jeff Nielsen said:

I think that statement was quite a while ago wasn't it?

I'm not sure much has changed in Asoboland. They have some odd priorities.

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It was a reply to an inquiry on their Facebook  page when they posted on September 7 that GSX 2.9.4 update had been released

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31 minutes ago, Michael235 said:

It was a reply to an inquiry on their Facebook  page when they posted on September 7 that GSX 2.9.4 update had been released

Ah...rgr that.  It's sounds like pretty much the same then.


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At the risk of being chewed out by Virtuali again, I will say it's super disappointing the sim still isn't 100% completely ready for GSX. It's such a fantastic product.

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Been waiting for GSX also, but I won’t be holding my breath for a release anytime soon. I’m planning on 1-2 years until we see anything


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6 hours ago, jbdbow1970 said:

More like fake realism. 

isn't that what a flight simulator is?

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13 hours ago, jbdbow1970 said:

More like fake realism. 

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14 hours ago, pilatuz said:

I'm not sure much has changed in Asoboland. They have some odd priorities.

The priority was the X-Box release leading up to July 27th.  I think with the X-Box release out of the way, Asobo can shift their priorities to other parts of MSFS.


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8 hours ago, EGLD said:

isn't that what a flight simulator is?

Tell that to a P3D user that spend thousands of dollars than realize their money was wasted and can't be certified IRL. Some folks take fake as in reality.

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