Joan Alonso

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  1. I really hope so. If not, I fear that we'll need to tweak it again as we did three years ago with the previous series.
  2. Wow! I thought it wouldn’t. Great news!
  3. +1 I would love the PMDG way to select features on/off like new transponder, CPDLC, old/new LCDs...
  4. Thanks for the update. It's noticeable with standard procedures? I mean, doing a hold at 7000 ft after a bad planned descent at 260-280 kn? Or you have to be lot faster than that? Just curious. Thanks!
  5. In fact, for me it is a must to run the last Navaids Updater after every FSX/P3D fresh install, and then from time to time if some add-on has been Nav updated.
  6. Oh, not good news for me as I work with dual GPU. Is RealLight affected as well?
  7. I hope so. I don't know how, but I expect AS brings us some method to get the little ones first for the "Bundlers".
  8. The "AVAIL" message on the upper ECAM has always been there in AS Airbuses.
  9. Will the sounds be the same as the old ones? I mean, maybe there are some more additions for some new features, but will the old ones (CFM, IAE and ASC) keep the filename or have been rebuild as well? Thanks!
  10. Wow, thanks for sharing so deep info. Keep going and get them out of there!
  11. I know that old liveries will work with the coming series, will the cockpit textures do it as well? I don’t think so as it has been reworked maybe from scratch, isn’t it? Thanks
  12. I own the AS Airbus for a long time (FSX), then I was delighted with the competitors Airbus, which I bought also for P3D V3. There has been a huge performance (at least for me) loss with the 64 version. I like (and I pay) for immersion (model, systems, sounds...) but maybe not that much if it's going to sacrifice performance that way. They are two completely different products, and I like both, each one with his own way of understanding flight simming. But wait, it seems to me that AS has done a huge effort to improve the last version with some "mandatory" features IMO, like dimmable lights, vc rework, displays popups, etc. The new Airbus 2018 looks really really good, and one of the things that I really appreciate are the devs showing the whole process and updating almost every day here. I'm really excited with this beauty. Yes. I have fallen in love with Aerosoft again. Thank you so much!
  13. Trueglass, Real Light... Bravo Aerosoft.
  14. Many thanks @Anders Bermann. Great great news. So is there a chance to see them with the first release? Or are we talking on a mid-term basis? Thanks