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  1. the fact that historical platform PMDG SDKs are operable with PMDG MSFS products, doesnt necessarily mean that FS2Crew, or any other product, can go ahead and push their products without the PMDG SDK for MSFS having been released. As Bryan has said - this fact may attract PMDGs attention as it may breach PMDG EULA. That fact that people can get their products working with historical SDKs doesnt or rather, shouldnt, equate to a green light. @byork i cant wait for the 737 fs2crew. just so im clear, as i dont think i was in past post... could we please keep the australian voices from the NGX/NGXu voice control versions. I dont like the australian voice on the 744 voice control version. did i tell you i cant wait for fs2crew for pmdg msfs 737? lol. thx - and looking forward to your secret project, whatever it is
  2. @byork hi there. glad to hear u will be producing a 737 fs2crew for the msfs ngx i am a long time customer, and love your products! please keep the australian voice pack u have in the ngx/ngxu series of fs2crew, and the standard boeing flows/sop1 many warm regards! as the other fellow says, the fs2crew is quite immersive and i look forward to buying it for the pmdg737 in msfs
  3. Excellent. Thank. Will lodge a ticket Just want to acknowledge your responsiveness and fantastic support.
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  5. Yes. Both are annuciated on the green bar, and i tried multiple times, again, in a separate video. Calling the NNC memory items worked this time around but still get stuck at that step.
  6. https://ibb.co/10Bq2yt page 20 "If Airborne (Start Levers are Pilot Monitoring domain)"
  7. Thank you for that. I really appreciate your responsiveness and assistance. Re - calling the NNC Memory items, thank you. Re - my initial 'fault', have you any suggestions there? I believe "confirm number X" is the required statement, but attracts no response. (36mins16secs) And yes, im using your manual 🙂
  8. Just flew the Eng fire/sev dam/sep again, for 7th time total with FS2Crew I haven't been able to get it It is this phase in particular that is difficult to achieve. ALL other checklists work fine. By ALL, I mean all Normal Checklists and One Engine Inop Landing NNC. Review this video for evidence of green bar text and comapre for matching to FS2CREW Manual. I am saying the right thing/s, the program isn't detecting my command. It would be great if someone could check to isolate the problem (is it just me?). https://www.twitch.tv/videos/814497473 33mins40sec - Engine Fail at VR 34mins27sec - 400ft RA... commencing actions 34mins46sec - attempt to call Memory Items, but not recongnised 35mins58sec - force Memory Items by verbalising "Thrust Lever #2" 36mins16sec - FS2Crew FO/PM "Engine start lever number 2" and I reply "confirm number 2", but he does nothing
  9. no problem. So for the Starl Lever problem, does the FS2Crew logic require the Thrust Lever to be at the idle stop?
  10. BTW - im loving the fs2crew products for both 74x and 737NGXu Whilst I have your attention- Is it possible to get the 737NGXu/NGX AU voice actors/files to do the 74x voices? I'm not a fan of the current 74x FO Also, in a future 74x update, could FS2CREW consider making the 747-8i/F First Officer action the Electronic Check List (ECL)? thank you
  11. Negative for UGCX, i don't know what that is, and the option is set to No. cutoff switches - no, this shouldnt be the case for me. I just have a cheap logitech 3d pro which is mapped for flaps, MCP/AFDS stuff. Nothing else is mapped to my controller. He managed to move the Lever once! but I for the life of me couldn't remember what I said to trigger the event. Oh wait!!!!!!! Just as I type this, does the Thrust Level need to physically be at Idle Stop for the event to trigger?? I'm guessing the answer is yes... sigh.
  12. Refer ENGINE FIRE OR ENGINE SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION page 18 of FS2CREW Manual The PM isn't executing the required action (Lever to CUTOFF) when airbourne. The PM is verbalizing the challenge (highlighted purple), and I give confirmation and the green speech to text bar is detecting the correct phrase "Confirm Number 2", but the PM will not move the Lever to CUTOFF. The rest of the checklist works as described in the manual, except, when during pre-flight, I say "cockpit to ground" and ask for "can we pressurize the hydraulics", the program recognises the text in speech to text bar, but nothing is happening. Help! If Airborne (Start Levers are Pilot Monitoring domain): - PM ENGINE START LEVER NUMBER # -> [A] will place his hand on the Start Lever - PF CONFIRM NUMBER # - PM CUTOFF -> [A] will move the Start Switch to Cutoff and completes the remainder of the checklist
  13. so to clarify, for individual checklist items where the FO only has to check and complete, he will check the ACTUAL condition and announce it? by 'verbalise', i meant, the virtual FO will check fuel quantity and 'announce' current fuel quantity when running the checklist. the same with the PUMPS - will he check the actual condition/settings of the PUMPS, or is he dependant on me? what baout checklist items that only he (FO) completes? will he announce those?
  14. Hi all Im trying to configure a custom checklist. I can't figure out how to write the checklist/PM to check specific items (fuel quantity, fuel pumps, altimeter setting etc) Is it even possible? Example: 737 Before Start checklist - "Fuel ___ kgs, Pumps ON" How do you make FO verbalise Fuel load?
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