Mathijs Kok

Approaching Innsbruck

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Amazing. Very welcome addition.

 

Thanks, Mathijs!

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Nice to hear that there will be a new version.

Is there going to be an update price for owners of the actual version?

 

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2 minutes ago, Superbus21 said:

Nice to hear that there will be a new version.

Is there going to be an update price for owners of the actual version?

 

 

I do assume so.

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Best scenery news for me in 2015-2016! Very nice! 

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The screenshot have been made with P3Dv3, so it is pretty save to assume that it will also be compatible with P3Dv3.1.

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One of my favourite winter destination. Will be an instant buy when it's released :D

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3 hours ago, Tom A320 said:

The screenshot have been made with P3Dv3, so it is pretty save to assume that it will also be compatible with P3Dv3.1.

 

2 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

 

For sure.

 

Thank you, I'm looking forward.

 

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Excellent news. It will be great to fly to LOWI in P3D 3.1 :)

 

Thanks for developing this,

Peter

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No, this is about Innsbruck.

 

Sorry, couldn't resist and hope we will see an updated version of Nice as well further down the road :)

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A long-time favourite, and what good news that the FS2004 community is being favoured with the update too!

 

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On 29/1/2016 at 3:14 AM, Mathijs Kok said:

Seasonal textures (FS2004, FSX, P3D) fitting to the awaited photorealistic coverage of Austria West (developed by Flugwerk)

I wonder what this means exactly. The Austria East product only has summer textures. Will this be some option to have a specific set of summer textures if one then has the Austria West product and have all seasons  e.g. when using the Austria Professional X product ?

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Hi Siggy,

 

exactly! As far as I am knowing the western part of the photoreastic scenery for Austria will (at least for the time being) come with one season only. This means that I will have to offer a version which will load only one texture set for the FSX and P3D users who are using ATPX (Photo) from Flugwerk-Design. A full set of textures for all seasons will be available for users who are either using FS2004, FSX/P3D without ATPX. I am already looking forward for the script of the installer-software ;)  .

 

Have a nice sunday!

 

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Too early to ask if this will fit in with FTX Global and EU landclass? 

 

Martin 

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vor 21 Minuten, mas618 sagte:

Too early to ask if this will fit in with FTX Global and EU landclass? 

 

Martin 

Not necessarilly too early, I guess. If I remember correctly the FSX-Version issued in 2010 already did fit properly. We are using more or less the same photo-texture for the surroundings and thus it should work also with P3D. Nevertheless - the coverage of the photo is big enough for a smooth transition to the proximity.

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3 hours ago, designteam said:

Not necessarilly too early, I guess. If I remember correctly the FSX-Version issued in 2010 already did fit properly. We are using more or less the same photo-texture for the surroundings and thus it should work also with P3D. Nevertheless - the coverage of the photo is big enough for a smooth transition to the proximity.

Thank you for speedy reply! 

 

Martin 

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Thank you guys so much for doing this! Waited for it for so long :) <3 u guys ;P

 

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Could someone explain what the "intelligent control of lead-in lights..." means, I'm intrigued :)

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Hi Johannes,

 

Thank you very much. That sounds good to me :-).

Best wishes!

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