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  1. 🤣🤣 While you are at it, can you take the two other trolls with you? Bye..
  2. Hello, I think the _nose wheel steer toggle_ command is just a means to switch nose wheel steering off or on. That won't help during take off. You would still need at least the rudder to keep the aircraft on the centerline. Have you tried using your CH pedals just for nose wheel steering and rudder? You could remove the brakes assignment from your Pedals and have keyboard commands for the differential braking. Cheers
  3. Hi Sherie, No problem, glad I could help! I actually had the same problem at some point. If you still want to disable shadows, you could do that with FlyWithLua and a script. Cheers!
  4. Hi, you have to make sure that your Blender objects that you've attached to your plane are enabled to cast shadows. In the _misc objects_ section you have to enable shadows for all objects you want to show up on the map.
  5. Hi, you can find the _apt.dat file_ in your custom scenery / global airports / earth nav data folder. Or if it's an add-on airport, find it in its respective _earth nav data_ folder. You can open and edit apt.dat files with a text editor like notepad++.
  6. Hey jcomm, have you seen Austin's newest video on his YouTube channel? Might be of interest for you and anyone interested in aviation and X-Plane. And look for his comments below the video, too. 😉 Seems like they have something real nice cooking for us!
  7. Obviously uninformed and bad flying going on in that video. Lol Still kinda entertaining.. Interesting how steep the Airbus could turn.. shouldn't the FBW system prevent that..? Not worried about the sim because of these kinds of videos. Still looking good to me.
  8. As thread title says: https://www.x-plane.com/kb/x-plane-11-50-release-notes/
  9. https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/198344-x-plane-1150/&do=findComment&comment=1812236 Took the the risk..
  10. No, datarefeditor doesn't save any values, everything goes back to default after a restart of XP. But the plugin FlyWithLUA does the job. You can write your own LUA scripts and put them in place. It's fairly easy. Let me me know if you need more help. I'm not the biggest expert on LUA programming myself, though.
  11. Hi, try this dataref: sim/private/controls/shadow/csm_split_interior set it to - 0 -. Works for me. You can also use the Datarefeditor plugin to have a look at the shadow datarefs. https://developer.x-plane.com/tools/datarefeditor/ Also make sure that there are no conflicting LUA scripts.
  12. Thank you for that! Finally someone who can spot such errors, too. I think their DR 400 model is sadly pretty bad. Except for the cockpit part which looks pretty spot on. Thank you also for your FDE observations. Pretty much how I see it, based on my experience with X-Plane!
  13. All I can say is.. "Bye-bye" to the future MSFS _only_ users.. Less Austin for you, is more Austin for me.. I win.. 😁
  14. In 11.40 beta Could it be because of this? Quote: New wind PROFILE from wind sock to ground This is from data on wind above ground carefully compiled for wind turbines!!! Har! So while the metar or real weather or other weather setting sets the wind at 10 meters (the wind sock height), the profile from that down to the ground (by definition 0 for the atoms touching the pavement, and a curve in between) follows the wind turbine wind profile model http://austinmeyer.com/secretbeta/
  15. Yes, that's exactly what I would like to have. Thank you for mentioning it.
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