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  1. 7 points
    This method is already obsolete, today this message is shown as part TAKEOFF Memo.-
  2. 2 points
    I have a question. In some airline like EasyJet they have this small plastic indicator behind the throttle which is used to show if the cabin is ready for takeoff or not. I understand that you are in alot of work at the moment to get ready for release but Is this possible for a future update of the new airbuses?
  3. 2 points
    A few pictures of a very close to final acceptance flight from EDDM to EDDL:
  4. 1 point
    ____________________________________________________________________________________ If you have no previous products: Aerosoft A318/A319 Professional 50.38 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) Aerosoft A320/A321 Professional 50.38 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) Bundle 67.18 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) If you have either the current A318/A319 or A320/A321: Aerosoft A318/A319 Professional 25.17 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) Aerosoft A320/A321 Professional 25.17 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) If you own either the new A318/A319 or A320/A321 and want the A318/A319 or A320/A321: Aerosoft A318/A319 Professional 25.17 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) Aerosoft A320/A321 Professional 25.17 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) If you own the current bundle: Bundle 33.57 Euro (plus EU VAT when applicable) If you did not buy the bundle you can not use the bundle update. _________________________________________________________________________________________ It doesn't matter where you bought the product, except if you bought it on STEAM. Unfortunately STEAM version are not eligible for updates outside STEAM. We are not the publisher for that release, if there ever might be a new version on STEAM we can discuss it with Dovetails. The A320/A321 will initially NOT be available but is expected to be released within 5 or 6 weeks of the release of the A318/A319 I strongly recommend you read this before buying: http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/881-whats-not-completed-what-are-we-working-on/ There are specific versions for non-commercial use (for example in commercial simulators), professional training or education. Please contact us at support@aerosoft.com for more information. All the busses will be made available via the Virtual Airline program (with 20% discount) but not in combination with other discounts or reduced update prices. This is a limitation of our shop system.
  5. 1 point
    Now you understand why modeling an aircraft has become so complex? And time consuming? Stefan made the images below for a professional client interested in a A320 model, this afternoon. These are images from 3d Max, so not exported to the platform (that could be P3D, X-Plane, AFS2 etc). If you look at them you see they have all the details, but none of the smoothness and the lighting is 'raw'. What makes a modeler a seriously good modeler these day is to understand the whole pipeline between the model and the sim. You need to be able to anticipate how what you are modeling will look in the compiled version. What you have to model and what you can do with bitmaps (bump maps, reflections etc etc). And try to keep in mind that with every new generation of hardware things change. Sometimes display of vertices (the 'model') becomes faster, sometimes the bitmap pipeline becomes faster. Compare those images to this: or this... ...where the sim display engine has done its work. See how things smooth out? How the lighting is many times more complex? That's what Stefan does in his mind the whole time. And because he can he is effective and productive. Because between the model in the tool and the model in the sim are many steps of compiling, copying etc etc. If you need to compile every 10 minutes you will never get a project done. You need to work for a few hours and compile in your mind, then test and fix. P3D is not even close to what a real modern display engine can do. And that makes things even harder because we have to learn, adapt and above everything else experiment. If you would work for the big game engines like Unity, Frostbite etc you can use the experience of thousands of people. Here it is a very tiny group of people, supported in a brilliant way by Lockheed, that do all the work. We lose days, often weeks experimenting to get something done. Sometimes without results, that's when a project manager like me needs to take a long walk with the dogs followed by a glass of wine. But as I said before, I honestly believe Stefan is the most experienced and the best aircraft modeler for our platform. More than a decade of 50 to 60 hours a week experience is hard to beat.
  6. 1 point
    It is true that the last news from the developer have been posted here in the previous page at the end of April. Two months later there seem to be a no-news period and I believe that like me, many are waiting for a 'position report' or a rough idea of how progress is being made. Sure, even if no progress was made at all these two months, I'd be happy to know, just as a status report. Keeping your instant-first-day customers informed can never be a bad thing. But other than asking for news, I wanna make clear that I am eagerly looking forward to what it looks like the most detailed scenery in FS history !
  7. 1 point
    I just had a talk with Winfried (who says hi to all people he met in Vegas!) and he told me we need to delay the bus with two weeks. The reason has nothing to do with the product but with the fact we are changing our back office system (SAP) and one of the last steps of that is to include our outdated warehouse system into the new system. Now please keep in mind that Aerosoft is a pretty sizable company these days and flight sim add-ons are just part of what we do and while this is a very important release for us, we can't reschedule these important internal changes around it. Obviously as Project Manager, I am not happy about this, but Winfried is not only a good friend he is also my CEO. Of course some people will believe this is a ploy because we are not ready but there is not a lot we can do about that. July 12th is now our goal.
  8. 1 point

    Version 1.0

    15664 downloads

    This ZIP - file contains repaints in the colors of Airbus A320 IAE United Airlines N465UA (clean and dirt). These textures can be used for the Airbus X and the Airbus X Extended! ... if you are looking for more or other repaints then you can also look on my homepage http://simtexture.de!
  9. 1 point
    PSD textures are made for photoshop or analogous paint programs which are able to read that format. The special livery is an extra layer group which you can swiftly erase, so you get a blank sheet in a second. DXTBmp is more a converter from BMP to the more modern and compressed DXT format. However i not would go that ancient way of painting. Most painters simply use Photoshop nowadays, even older version of it and get the nvidia DDS exporter.
  10. 1 point
    Hallo, so wie ich da verstanden habe funktioniert der X-Updater nur wenn der Vogel bei X-Plane.org gekauft wurde. Aerosoft stellt die Updates über Dein Kundenkoto bereit. Hinweise zum Update werden vom Heinz immer hier http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/479-neuerscheinungen-und-updates/ veröffentlicht. Gruß Marko
  11. 1 point
    Is this what you are looking for ?
  12. 1 point
    but was there not one for the a319? I remember that but can't find it. because that's for the a320
  13. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    268 downloads

    A repaint of the Aerosoft Airbus A318 in Airwego Caribbean colours. The Airwego Group is a virtual airline focused on creating a fun & relaxed atmosphere for enthusiasts of Flight Simulation software in which they can enjoy their hobby. Our principal motto we fly by is "MINIMUM RULES - MAXIMUM FUN". Airwego Group Virtual Airline
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  15. 1 point
    Das Thema hatten wir doch letzte Woche schon besprochen. Ich versuche es nochmals zu erklären, aber bitte KEINE Seriennummern und Orderdetails hier im Forum posten! Wenn Du dein Rechner neu aufgesetzt hast und keine Backup vom alten AES Verzeichnis vorher gemacht hast, sind auch keine Credits Seriennummern mehr bekannt und somit kannst Du auch keine Airports freischalten, auch wenn diese installiert sind. Wie bei deinem alten Rechner, als Du AES erstmals installiert hast, musst Du zunächst im AEShelp den Button "Neue Credits hinzufügen" drücken, dort dann nacheinander die Seriennummern aus deinen AES Creditkäufen eingeben, also the AES-xxx-yyyyy-yyyyy-yyyyy Nummern die Du in der Orderhistory des Shops findest, solltest Du sie nicht anderswo abgespeichert haben. Wenn Du alle Seriennumern dort wieder eingetragen hast, stehen dir wieder alle Credits zur Verfügung und dann kannst Du die Credits den Airports deiner Wahl zuordnen und diese dann auch auf ON stellen. Also genau so, wie Du es auf deinem Rechner früher schon mal gemacht hast, als Du die Credits gekauft hast.
  16. 1 point

    Version 1.0.1

    176 downloads

    Repaint for Avianca Perú (Ex-Taca Perú) Airbus A319-132 N521TA. Textures in HD 4K 4096x4096 for improved quality. Textures by Antoine Lapadite
  17. 1 point

    Version 1.0

    5625 downloads

    This ZIP - file contains repaints in the colors of Airbus A320 IAE THAI Smile HS-TXA (clean and dirt). These textures can be used for the Airbus X and the Airbus X Extended! ... if you are looking for more or other repaints then you can also look on my homepage http://simtexture.de!
  18. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    467 downloads

    This is a private design I did for a friend. It's textures for the DHC6_100_wheel version.
  19. 1 point

    Version 1.0

    1115 downloads

    This ZIP - file contains repaints in the colors of Airbus A320 IAE TACA N497TA (clean and dirt). These textures can be used for the Airbus X and the Airbus X Extended! ... if you are looking for more or other repaints then you can also look on my homepage http://simtexture.de!
  20. 1 point

    Version

    160 downloads

    This is my repaint of the OMSI Mercedes Benz 0530 Citaro Switzerland PostAuto Bus. Thanks... Thanks to the Authors of conversion: alTerr, Wizard - Script Authors: M + R software, Wizard krtz07 - Reviewed by MGT-K, Aleksei2506
  21. -1 points
    Could you please stop answering every question on this topic with "Read a few pages back" or "This question was already answered on this topic" It's anoying How about you answer the guy's question instead of indicating where the answer is? This way you would be much more helpfull
  22. -1 points
    Hey there, looks like this hasn't been answered yet: will the new fly-by-wire overcome the 18 FPS limitation? Thanks for your time.
  23. -1 points
    Wow, someone is really trigger happy with the downvote. Mature stuff... What I was asking was essentially if it would be possible to pay for everything at once. One would think that would be something Aerosoft could be interested in. More money from the getgo. Thanks Frank for your answer though!
  24. -1 points

    Version 1.0.0

    832 downloads

    easyJet Europe A320 'BERLIN' Livery OE-IZQ Instructions inside readme.
  25. -2 points
    I tried searching for this question but couldn't find what I was looking for. So. Since the 18/19 and 20/21 will be released separately, are they considered two products? Or is the purchase of the 18/19 also including 20/21? I.e. are they the same product or two different ones? EDIT: To clarify, for us lucky bastards that went to the FS Expo and got our nifty coupon. Do we have to wait for both products to release (which means release date + roughly 5 more weeks) or can we purchase/upgrade it all at once
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