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  1. For the first time since using Ezdok in P3D, today I felt the intuitive need to grab my (non existing) seatbelt to tighten it. Thanks FSR!
  2. I agree. And I also remember these same discussions about Ezdok where people did not understand this concept. Actually flying the default C172 through some turbulence and the movement of the cabin and the wings looks exactly like I expect it to do.
  3. Great news about the Beaver! I wondered why Milviz have been so silent.
  4. Great to hear the Fenix will be supported next. Since there are scripts available for most of the functions of the Fenix to use with AAO / Streamdeck on flightsim.to I guess it would be pretty much forward for you as well. Or is that a misassumption?
  5. Well, that thread is mostly about 6 $. So nothing wrong with opening a new one for the product itself. 🙂 And the product is a game changer!
  6. Great to have Anchorage and Lake Hood back! Now, @Milviz, where is the Beaver? 😉
  7. All your changes are automatically saved to your aircraft's profile immediately. You don't need to make a cloud share.
  8. This argumentation, we should not be satisfied with 30 FPS in 2022, it was fine in 2005 with FSX but hey, welcome to 2022, is kind of weird. How can 30 FPS have been fine in 2005, but be bad in 2022? Have human eyes and brain deteriorated in the last 17 years so they are not able to build the illusion of a smooth movement anymore? (And no matter how high the FPS are, it is still an illusion. The eyes just see still pictures - it is the brain that creates the perception of a fluid motion.) Here is a proposal for those who are not satisfied with 30 FPS: Exclusively use 30 FPS for six weeks. Never use higher than 30 FPS for these six weeks.Then after these six weeks let us know if you are still unsatisfied with 30 FPS. The brain can adapt to 30 FPS and create a smooth experience out of it. It just unlearns it when you keep using higher FPS. So you will then notice the difference when you get back to 30 FPS. But your brain can learn it again. Just give it a chance. Your reward are much higher graphics settings in the sim. I am not talking about VR here, that might be a different story. And of course there are individual differences. Some people need more training with 30 FPS than others to be able to adapt. And most probably there are even people who only need 20 FPS to have their brain create a smooth experience.
  9. You can try if increasing the deadzones of your controllers helps.
  10. Best thing about PSXT is that aircraft use the correct runways and taxiways and are separated realistically (because it is real).
  11. I wonder if it is just a coincidence that it seems those people who complain about the Fenix' performance are the same who claim 30 FPS are not enough. Maybe the Fenix does not run too well on systems that are on the edge already trying to squeeze out every possible FPS. Whereas the Fenix is fine on systems with some headroom, because users are happy with their locked 30 FPS and never look at their FPS at all. I am one of the latter and on my not up to date system (8700K, 1080TI) the Fenix performs significantly better than the FBW and is perfectly smooth - even if FPS temporarily drop below 30 in demanding situations.
  12. As per my original post for me the Fenix is almost the same performance as the AS CRJ ( which is very good) and significantly better than the FBW. Of course that doesn't mean it is like that on every system. From reading some of the user reports here I assume the Fenix performs relatively better on CPU limited systems than it does on GPU limited systems (VR!). But to say the Fenix generally had performance issues is misleading to say the least.
  13. The original can be found here: https://flightsim.to/file/33274/fenix-a320-aao-scripts-streamdeck-xl-profile-teaser and it seems to get expanded daily. @guenseli, what would we do without you? 🙂
  14. I thought exactly the same when I read some of these comments here today. Just like the FSL compared to the Aerosoft Bus in P3D, the Fenix compared to the FBW is so much more than just system depth. People who say they don't need that system depth and stay with the cheaper alternative miss out on so much. The flight dynamics of the Fenix are the best I experienced so far in a flightsim (and that includes the FSL in P3D). Apparently the Fenix perfectly takes advantage of the new flight model and turbulence system of MSFS. Other than the FBW that more or less seems to fly on rails even in gusty winds, the Fenix gets tossed from side to side and up and down by gusts and turbulence. It's not just that overdone nodding around the center of gravity I have seen from other aircraft in MSFS. The whole aircraft feels floating in the air - the best flying immersion I got so far in MFSF. (And so that people not start to argue again the turbulence in MSFS was generally overdone: the Fenix flies perfectly smooth in smooth air, and reacts to turbulence exactly where you would expect it to). I just flew a few patterns at GCFV for training purposes. A gusty crosswind coming across the shoreline on final approach made the Fenix shake and roll so that continuous stick input was needed. And that didn't stop at touchdown. If you don't give a stick command towards the wind while decelerating you'll get into trouble. The Fenix needs to be "flown" down on the runway with continuous stick and rudder input to keep it level and on centerline while decelerating. You can really feel and see the gear suspension working. After a few circuits it really got me exhausted with more than just sweaty hands. I never experienced that before in a flight sim - let alone in the FBW, which just feels "sterile" to me after having flown the living and breathing Fenix. (I remember I said the same years ago about the FSL compared to the AS.) To be clear, I don't want to belittle the FBW. The FBW-team did a fantastic job providing us with a decent airliner in the early days of MSFS. And for free. I am most grateful for that. But now it's time to move on. I hope they focus on their A380 project now. And btw.: Thanks a lot for your new Walkthrough sheet!
  15. Fenixsim should seriously consider opening up a forum of their own. Their product definitely has deserved better than that Discord mess.
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