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  2. Like I already said; this is really great! Just one question: is there maybe also a way/possibility to show the European low and high ifr charts? Thanks a lot for all your efforts!
  3. Any chance my previous-gen Oculus Rift lenses will work in the Rift S? Or is the design too different?
  4. vadriver

    Drzewiecki releases Chicago Airports X

    i'll wait till i hear how it also affects ATC options ........ one could conjure up an airac update which would reference the "pseudo" ILS's. or just close appropriate runways.
  5. The only reason that performance in TrueEarth GB South suffers is because of those 3DM files. If the autogen system in P3D was updated to provide developers with more flexible options, then ORBx could have used autogen exclusively (apart from the POI landmarks), and we would not have these issues. It's those 3D custom buildings that kill performance on anything other than Skynet based PCs. Have Lockheed Martin been informed that updating the autogen system in P3D is urgently needed?
  6. DellyPilot

    Ethiopia crash

    No Kevin, apologies I wasn't clear, I was talking about 'my' old man, (my father) not some guy on pprune. He flew many 737 variants for nearly 30 years. In no way does he or I laud this! The opposite, it is a direct criticism of Boeing's grandfathering policy that contributed to this crash. It allows pilots to fly any variant (back then with no training at all) with as little as a 1 hour session and zero sim time. On one flight he had to ask the captain where buttons were, can you imagine! He complained to management (at significant risk to his career progression) but nothing was done as this was normal and 'legal'. At least today Boeing require the 1 hour type conversion session. From now on I guess sim time will be required to practice key differences, such as MCAS malfunctions and new memory items. So no, I don't think this is why I (and many pilots like my father) disagree with you. I don't want to argue anymore, believe it or not I respect your opinion (especially as a current pilot on the brilliant E170, which by the way Boeing tried hard to kill off!). I really do see where you are coming from and you make valid points but I think they are massively outweighed. Let's agree to disagree (very strongly 🙂)! What we can agree on is that lessons will be learned on certification, training and grandfathering of 50 year old designs. I will always feel though that both crashes could have been avoided.
  7. Another great video showcase from The Flight Sim Deck
  8. Well that's just silly and false.
  9. I think and many say its a fact that orbx has reached the limit for P3D along time ago.. Adding regions and more to base,,vector and openlc results in a slide show stutter mess.Now they have moved on to xplane, it wont be long untill that is saturated as well lol. There is no pc in the world that can run all orbx products together combined with addon airports
  10. Bobbyjuwing

    X-ROTORS AW139

    Hi Guys, I have some troubles assigning all the functions of the cyclic and collective to my Joystick. I see all the functions under the custom list of X-Rotors but I don't know which one is which function because of their abbreviation. And are there any more instructions on the Hove autopilot available? Can't seem to transition from hover to flight and visa versa.
  11. Matthew James de Bohun

    P3Dv4.5 Airport Data Missing or Old

    I really don't understand why the don't update this. Did a flight into Shanghai recently and in reality there are 4 runways. In sim there were 2! Having to check the in sim map for the ils freqs to make sure they are the same as my charts is annoying as well.
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  13. I see. That is not a brilliant move by ORBX. The facility for choosing how much detail your rig can deal with is built in to P3D. It's a shame ORBX chose not to use it or at least come up with a reasonable facsimile of their own. All or nothing is not very accommodating. Cheers, Jim
  14. You did not read the post correctly. TE GB uses many custom objects, like city blocks, that only can be added or removed by the SC slider. And it was either none or all of them ... The OP was correct in pointing out that those objects could not be controlled by the AG sliders..
  15. Airline2Sim

    Updated or not?

    Hi Daniel yes, we’ve added an updated AFD file for Corfu which fixes a few things and the GSX config files now have the correct path. The updated file is in the download area of the new site.
  16. bbain1187

    MA RealTurb North America

    Interested if the turbulence is always the same around mountainous areas or if it takes the strength/shear of aloft winds interacting with terrain into account. What about mountain wave in the upper flight levels east of the Rockies when the jetstream is strong? Instant buy if this is simulated.
  17. KevinAu

    Ethiopia crash

    Dellypilot, my sympathies lie with the passengers. They count on us two guys up front to do what we were trained to do. If those two did their abnormals drill, they would probably all be alive. Or at least they would not be having people saying they didn’t follow procedures afterwards. What’s scary is that I haven’t seen you mention the word ‘passengers’ once in any of your posts. Those were the first people I thought about. Not the pilots and trying to make rationalizations about why the pilots didn’t do this or that. I thought what a shame that they never pulled out their training, those poor passengers could all still be alive. Pilots owe it to their passengers to remember their training, use their qrhs, exercise some crm, and stay calm, especially when the plane is trying to kill them. If that is not a time to remember your training, when is it ever? You’ve been and continue insinuating that I am a dangerous pilot because I am saying that this accident should be a reminder that we need to remember our abnormals drill when we are faced with an emergency. While at the same time you are lauding somebody on pprune for flying passengers around in different versions of a plane without any proper training. No wonder we disagree......
  18. Good Morning. For those of you who don't know me, my name is Joe Zerilli, and I am the Chief Pilot and lead technical adviser at Flysimware Simulation Software. I have almost two decades of flight simulation experience on both the user and development side, and I'm also a professional pilot. One of my responsibilities at FSW is the oversight and management of our in-house, pre-release beta team. I am currently restructuring the organization of our team, and I am looking to bring a few new testers on board. You all know and enjoy our products for their fidelity to their real world counterparts, and now is you chance to be a part of the team that makes it all possible. Lets get the basic requirements out of the way, then we'll move on to the core requirements. -18 Years of Age or Older -Stable installation of FSX/P3D -Ability to Communicate using Discord -Availability between 5pm-3am PST Now that we've covered the basics, here's what I'm looking for: First and foremost, I'm looking for people who are willing to commit. If your idea of testing is getting a copy of the pre-release candidate, flying it around a bunch, and barely having any contact with the developer, this position is not for you. Our core development team is in "the office" (our discord server) just about every evening, working together. While we certainly don't expect this of our testers, we want folks who have an interest in being an active participant and member of the team. We'd like you to spend some time with us when you can. We exchange some great info, work hard, and have a few good laughs along the way. Second, I'm after experience. Many of you have decades of flight simulation experience, but have never set foot in a real cockpit. We'd love to chat with you. I'll be the first one to tell you that there are significant differences between real life and the sim, and you're extensive experience in the latter is exceptionally valuable. On the flip side, maybe you have a significant amount of real world experience, but you're new to the FS world. That's okay too! People like you help us make the gap between real life and simulation disappear. Ideally, a healthy balance of both real world aviation and simulation experience is what we're after. This is not to suggest, however, that we don't value a hefty quantity of either one. Finally, we're looking for team players. Our ability to work together ultimately determines our success. If being a part of the team is something you may be interested in, please private message this account with an introduction to yourself, and a summary of your aviation and/or simulation background. Each one of our candidates will be required to participate in a Discord interview which will give us an opportunity to get to know you, and see if we're a good fit for each other. I'm looking forward to speaking with all of you!
  19. P_7878

    KH1356 KPDX-PHNL

    Good to know Aloha Air Cargo continues to fly after parent Aloha Airlines ceased operations. Nice pictures!
  20. Thanks, Mark. It always feels good to come across a place (or plane) around here, that one has had some association with (in RL) in the past. And, about VFR Real 3D photo scenery U.K., I recall you had posted a few pictures here. That’s good stuff!
  21. You will have to get one of the free photo storage/hosting sites and copy/paste the direct link that it will give you when you store your screenshot. You can use Google Photos, Flickr, Photobucket, Imgur, etc.
  22. I was broken hearted when they had to close their site, so great that Sean has reappeared and helped us previous customers with this info. I have re-installed both aircraft no problem, beautiful. This sort of service is why I will continue to follow him and purchase his products - the Diamond, yes Caranado has it, but they don't give the service that Sean and in the past Rob, give, and he deserves our support. Don
  23. Sorry, Ryan, I don't know how to attach screenshot. I converted screenshot png file to jpg file but I don see how to attach it. I'll have to research it. Thanks.
  24. FreeBird(Josh)

    Flight simulation hardware is too expensive

    Flight sim hardware is a boutique kind of business so that is why the high price. Ive built a reasonable flightsim cockpit one piece at a time over several years. I have gone thru three different designs to where i am today. Its designed for single and twin engine airplanes with a TPM and a TQ6 and you can also change between yoke and joystick depending on what I want to fly. I like to go to the next level but that's about 20 grand. Just go slow get what you can afford now and enjoy it and then just keep adding and eventfully you will get there. Next for me is a G1000 trainer. Good Luck Josh
  25. In real life I use my 750 for moving map and ADSB traffic. Enroute the 650 is usually on nearest airport and approach I change to default nav page.
  26. I think he is not making the most of these fantastic instruments. I use only 750 for the navigation, I read about people using one 750, for navigation and other for checklist, and some one the 650 keep it for TICAS! And which configuration do you fly with?
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