JGregory

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  1. JGregory

    Carenado in X-Plane

    We decided early on to model the Saab (as much as possible) as you would get it fresh from the factory The "A" model was not produced with an FMS, and certainly not a GNS530 or GTN750. Carenado has modeled a "B" model. There are differences between the "A" and "B" as to what came out of the factory and what was installed as aftermarket equipment. We have pictures of "A" models with a GNS530 installed as aftermarket equipment, so our model does conform to real world possibilities. The airlines that use our product for training have not requested that we add an FMS into the "A" model. When we do a "B" or "WT" version we will include the appropriate equipment
  2. JGregory

    xEnviro 1.10 in Beta

    Still not = "unwilling". 🙂
  3. JGregory

    xEnviro 1.10 in Beta

    That's not what Pilot53 said.
  4. JGregory

    xEnviro 1.10 in Beta

    Nice try, but prioritization is a different matter than being "unwilling"
  5. JGregory

    xEnviro 1.10 in Beta

    Could you provide any concrete documentation that shows LR has said they are "unwilling" to make the weather improvements as you claim?
  6. JGregory

    Carenado in X-Plane

    Please explain this further. I have no bugs filed against the B58 regarding cowl flaps. If there is an issue, I would like to know what it is.
  7. Yes. If Austin makes changes to the flight model, and you choose NOT to save your aircraft in that "new" version, the aircraft will still work because the sim will recognize the version and understand that you don't "want" to use the new changes in that aircraft.
  8. This will soon be a non-issue. Laminar has announced that Plane Maker will soon have "versioning", so authors can "choose" to save an aircraft in various versions of the sim.
  9. This is not modeled yet. It is on the todo list.
  10. Scarp, We will definitely be reviewing all shapes and dimension of the aircraft for v2.0. At this point v1.5 is "locked down" and we cannot make any changes to that. If you have any further reference material (pictures, diagrams, etc.) please forward them to us via PM.
  11. Jose, multiple wings are mainly available to accommodate the wing and control surface shapes and sizes. Having "more" doesn't automatically equate to "better".
  12. JGregory

    X-Plane 11.10 Beta

    It's possible that Max did not make any changes to the 172 recently and therefore the current version would need to be saved in Planemaker to take advantage of the flight model changes. My point was that the Laminar artists have, or will be, saving the aircraft in Planemaker at some point and we would select the option to update to the new flighmodel.
  13. JGregory

    X-Plane 11.10 Beta

    I believe the release notes are referring to aircraft in general. I know the aircraft that I am responsible for at Laminar are being saved with the 11.10 flight model. My guess is that all the other artists are doing the same thing. It wouldn't really make sense for the default aircraft to not have the current flight model.
  14. JGregory

    XPlane 10 or 11 poll.

    If you had upgraded to the latest (11.05) then you would have found that McCarran has been completely redone. See here.
  15. We are aware of some of these issues and will be making some fixes and adjustments to the FMS/autopilot, especially with regard to approaches. I cannot give any estimate on when this will be done.