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  1. Is there any way to control the Proline21 AP panel buttons via SPAD.next ... ? I'm trying to "press" the VNAV button without much success...
  2. Tried AS16/ASCA, switched back to REX SC/ASN, it's much better and realistic. It also support both FSX and P3D.
  3. Sure mate.. and "la Gioconda" is a portrait painted by a kid. So, good luck!
  4. Anyone with a pair of working eyes could notice the difference between that and this (here i'm using REX SC):
  5. Opinion? No, it's a fact (i struggle to post this screenshots .. since my monitor is going to cry.. but hey you asked for it), ASCA is horrible:
  6. npole

    AS16 + ASCA + REX Softclouds?

    AS16 will control their textures.. but unfortunately ASCA looks terrible, so you gonna have no advantage if compared with ASN. Stay with ASN+REX... and wait for the sales (50% discount or more), actually AS16 is a ripoff and doesn't offer any advantage (and if you consider ASCA, it's actually a downgrade).
  7. That's an easy one: ASN + REX looks time better than this + ASCA .. because ASCA textures looks horrible. In other words, purchasing AS16 + ASCA at the moment is not only a waste of money, it's actually a (visual) downgrade! Actually he is right.. ASCA looks terrible, it even worse than P3D default textures!
  8. Apart the first shot, that is identical to the current/previous ASN and REX, the others looks horrible and unrealistic to be honest, especially the last one.
  9. So to have something good, you don't have to pay only for ASN... but then for ASCA.. and if you own FSX and P3D you have to pay two times again. do they think we are human wallets or what? I don't like the REX guys much.. but at this point it's better to wait for them to release the weather engine and move everything on a single product, because honestly this all look a way to charge more money to us, when we have bought the product already not so long time ago.
  10. Not only this, they have separate the products now for FSX and P3D.. so if you use both, you need to purchase AS16 two times. I'm sorry HiFi but this is a way too much, especially for those who own ASN already and want to upgrade. I will stay with ASN and when it'll be outdated, I will find alternative ways.. or i'll just way for a 60% discount during the next sales.
  11. Too high price for what it gives, if compared with the ASN we already have. Plus nor there's different prices between FSX and P3D, but for many of us who still use both the sims, you are now separating the licenses, forcing us to pay for the product two times. No, thanks.
  12. 1080 without doubt... but the price is a little meh atm. The next month the first AMD will be available, and maybe the price of the 1070 will drop a little, and subsequently the 1080 as well.. so I would wait 30 days.
  13. I always had both, but I used P3D more.. only recently, because of the blurrrrrr frustration, I decided to dedicate more time to XP. It's smooth (it's not a matter of fps, i'm doing almost the same fps), the physics is much more convincing, and the night/evening/lighting is amazing.. this is its strength points, that are really good points if we talk about a simulator, but talking about the graphic and the visual realism, a fully loaded XP10 (photomesh, custom mesh, skymaxx.. everything you can imagine), doesn't come near the beauty of P3D (with ORBX and REX), and also the enormous quality aircraft database (while in XP the good ones are very limited). So actually i'm doing my night routes with XP10, but when I want to enjoy the scenery with that plane... I switch to P3D, accepting the stutters and the occasional blurriness, because the beauty of it surpasses any frustration.
  14. P3DV3.2 performs better on my machine (6 cores 4.3ghz), but it has inconstant fps, while XP10 has lower fps (and much lower fps if I use w2xp with objects on tons) but constant, so XP10 feels more smoother than P3D, despite the fact that it runs at lower fps (overall)... you can notice it especially during the landings. The only exception is if you really pump the scenery and the settings, the lowest of XP10 makes it unplayable (I managed to have sub-10 fps), while P3D remains (someway) playable.. but it's really a border scenario (playing at 12fps is crap in any case).
  15. Similar frames, but whenever P3D "looks" better at pair settings, XP10 runs smoother (more constant frame rate, no hesitation, no major stutters).