I m very happy to see your unlimited motivation and precise programing work. More pictures from Letka MV area in your mail box now ✈️ For any support feel free to ask anytime. I see cargo area is on your desk now 👍
Seit dem neuesten Update startet die A320 nicht mehr
Wenn ich mich ans Gate stelle ist das Cockpit im cold und dark modus
Möchte ich mit STRG+E die Triebwerke starten höre ich zwar den Startsound, aber alle Instrumente und das Overhead bleiben dunkel.
Manuell starten geht gar nicht den die Batterien 1+2 lassen sich auch nicht anmachen.
Es muss ein Fehler in der Stromversorgung liegen
Stelle ich mich aber direkt auf die Runway ist alles an.
Andere Flieger funktionieren
Weiss jemand mehr?
Vor den Update 220.127.116.11 gings noch
Yes, new simmers are welcome everytime because we aren't getting younger :).
I have the feeling that certain people are not amused about the circumstance that a million of customers are investing in MSFS instead of XPlane. Maybe the times of landclass-products are over in 2021.
I think MSFS has many new users which are potentially new simmers (I wouldn't call them gamers as they won't be interested to buy addones :)). And that's the beauty of MSFS that is opening a new market segment and introduces new users to be new generation simmers.
And regarding P3Dv5, I am also skeptical about it, unless LM bring stability updates, maybe there will be chance to it to bounce, but buying an expensive GPU card with a lot vram on it just to run P3Dv5 with no crashes and with less quality graphics as MSFS, makes nosense to me, why would I invest 1800euro on RTX3090 whereby my RTX2080 working beautifully with MSFS?
Is there any news on this? Sorry but I recently bought a subscription for NDP Charts and I can see this green plane in the top left corner but is there any way to connect this tool to X-Plane like Navigraph with simlink?
Yes, this is what I have expected but I did not expect all these users buying a significant amount of addons, I don't expect 'gamers' investing money into thei simulator the way 'flight simmers' do. Maybe I'm wrong, time will tell. 🙂