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On 5/16/2024 at 5:54 AM, CaptBillyBob said:

41:00 . The aircraft is climbing with nose level. Should be around 5 degrees. 

I suspect this an anomaly arising from the Tuber removing some 50000kg of fuel in a couple of fell movements of the fuel sliders 20 seconds earlier. I doubt the sim is programmed to deal with this sudden and unrealistic weight reduction mid-flight.

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Terry

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No. No, Mav, this is not a good idea.

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Well this is better than we got in FSX / P3D at the same price point.  Whether people think it is garbage or not, or if they purchase it or not, you have to take price into account.
LVFR will also produce plenty of updates as they go, and you never know, they may even work with the modders again after a time.
I think they have avoided the modders to start with because people commented that they shouldn't need third party modders to add finishing touches to payware.  However, whether this is right or not, I see mods for other payware aircraft on FS.TO.

It doesn't matter anyway.  Whatever people think of it, it will sell - plenty will buy it.  I wouldn't put it anywhere near the category of Bredok.  :smile:  Let's give them time and see what they do with it.

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On 5/17/2024 at 9:14 AM, bobcat999 said:

Well this is better than we got in FSX / P3D at the same price point

Not sure about the price point: I paid $50 in 2020 for the Blackbox widebodies (I wanted an A330-200 and an A340 a lot). While the VC was horrible, the 2D panel could make up for this (I still miss 2D panels in MSFS).

What matters more: is the LVFR A340 actually better than thee BBS one, regarding systems and flight dynamics? It's clear the LVFR one is a lot better regarding visuals.


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On 5/17/2024 at 7:10 AM, Lord Farringdon said:

I suspect this an anomaly arising from the Tuber removing some 50000kg of fuel in a couple of fell movements of the fuel sliders 20 seconds earlier. I doubt the sim is programmed to deal with this sudden and unrealistic weight reduction mid-flight.

Cheers

Terry

Have a look at the standby attitude indicator before changing fuel. Pretty much level. 


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On 5/18/2024 at 10:22 AM, Luis Hernandez said:

Not sure about the price point: I paid $50 in 2020 for the Blackbox widebodies (I wanted an A330-200 and an A340 a lot). While the VC was horrible, the 2D panel could make up for this (I still miss 2D panels in MSFS).

What matters more: is the LVFR A340 actually better than thee BBS one, regarding systems and flight dynamics? It's clear the LVFR one is a lot better regarding visuals.

I made that mistake in P3D too. Looks like the LVFR is similar level with different but same scale bugs with basic navigation etc. 

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An update dropped in Marketplace today for the a340-300.  I’m on their forum trying to obtain a change log. I’m also flying it right now and it seems better over what I remembered.

-B

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4 hours ago, btacon said:

An update dropped in Marketplace today for the a340-300.  I’m on their forum trying to obtain a change log. I’m also flying it right now and it seems better over what I remembered.

-B

When you have a moment would you post a quick overview of the latest update? Thanks.

Does it no do an RNAV approach (w/LNAV)?

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