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  1. Fool of a took, what have you done, you just delayed the release an extra week by bumping this thread!
    4 points
  2. Even as a static aircraft this bird looks amazing.🥰
    2 points
  3. Moin, Wenn Berge oder Landschaften seltsame Polygone zeigen (Geister Polygone).... kann man auch Folgendes versuchen: In der Datei X-Plane.prf bei "renopt_planet" den Wert von 1 auf 0 stellen. Die Datei liegt im "Output/preferences" Ordner. (Ob es dann andere Nebenwirkungen bei Flügen in sehr großen Höhen gibt (über 10 000 ft) konnte ich noch nicht testen). Gefunden habe ich das im X-Plane Developer Blog "Fighting blurry Textures" bei den Kommentaren: https://developer.x-plane.com/2020/05/fighting-blurry-textures/ Gruß heinz
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  4. Great, thanks for feedback.
    1 point
  5. There's a dedicated support area for the Airbus Extended, so I moved this there for you. The General section where you first posted is for products without their own dedicated section. You didn't mention whether or not you use FSUIPC, so I guessed you don't. If you do, simply reply back and I'll move this over to the FSUIPC support side. Also, now that you're in the right support area, please take a look at the threads with related titles and follow the troubleshooting posted.
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  6. Which navdatabase (provider) are you using? Did you choose the correct one in the configurator? Which navdatabase is set active in the MCDU?
    1 point
  7. Obviously you misunderstood something completely wrong. The Fuelplaner is installed in the wrong dircectory. Correct path has to be: C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX Fuel Planner And in the A3XX Fuel Planner folder there is no subdirectory "A3XX NavData". This folder is here: C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX NavData And this pathe is being installed together with the Aerosoft Bus.
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  8. AS teasing us in the release of Greater Moncton 👀
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  9. Quick answer: Yes, you can change it in CRZ. Maybe you tried to add too much and it was more than Vls+15?? So the way it works IRL is yes you can manually adjust the VAPP up to Vls+15kts (as far as I've played with it, this works on the AS Airbuses). The company I'm referencing only has pilots do this for suspected windshear. The Airbus uses what's called GS mini, which is a feature that, when you're doing your approach in managed speed mode (speed knob pushed in), the aircraft will automatically compensate for winds and gusts during approach. This is not obvious to the pilots, but your target speed bug will move slightly up and down automatically. When you enter ATIS / TWR winds into the MCDU approach page, the airplane starts calculating speeds, and uses that reported wind to "detect" (really estimate / guess) a gust. No need to change your VAPP unless at our discretion we'd like to add a few knots for whatever reason.
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  10. sadly "soon" is not an hard coded concept (where I work it means anything between 1 hour and 5 years)
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  11. Couldn't disagree with you more, just because you don't get to see every little itty bitty spec of detail that goes into development is absolutely no reason to change your mind on buying it. Just seems like you got spoiled too easily with all the announcements. There are developers that share absolutely nothing, maybe once a month saying "Its going great!" then they disappear again, and people still have excitement for it. I've said this before and I'll say it again, be grateful Aerosoft even cared to share ANY information in the first place.
    1 point
  12. Well and you would be correct in that. MFS is a entertainment product. Without any aims to be factor in the serious training platform. They never claimed that, they never said anything like that. P3D however is intended as a training tool. We have training products on that platform you do not know about and that you will never be able to buy.
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  13. I felt rather unhappy about some of the discussions on our forums (and the accusations made) in the last week, so I decided to have a glass of wine and reflect on them. First, we do not remove a discussion from view without a lot of internal discussions. We only do so when we feel the discussion is unjust, contains incorrect information or simply violates our idea of what is right and wrong. Our forums are NOT ‘public’ forums like on other sites. We decide what is welcome and what is not. Now there are very few forums without commercial links (if a website has a shop you will see not everything) but you can still find them and you should be free to post about Aerosoft what you want there. But you will find a LOT of posts on our forums that start with “I expect this to be removed very soon” that are still public. In fact, we are very lenient on these things compared to other forums. If we remove something from view you can almost always find it in Avsim in minutes. Secondly, we are willing to discuss almost anything and willing to defend the decisions we make. But there is Aerosoft’s own productions and Aerosoft’s product where we just sell what we get delivered. Of course, we only sell what we feel is correct. But if you want to know why a developer decided to do something in a certain way, we can only forward the question. We agreed it was suitable to sell (and feel free to discuss that) but the decisions are not made by us. Thirdly, these are exciting times. A lot is changing. If you see a person posting a rather serious complaint about Aerosoft, do check if they have commercial interests that might conflict with ours. If you see somebody complaining about our focus on MFS, check if they have commercial interests in P3D add-ons. Ask them if they might have been refused higher levels of MFS development support. Check their (ex) role on P3D forums. It might show things in a quite different light. Fourth, Aerosoft is a commercial company. We are with some margin the largest flight simulator add-on company. We have over 50 employees and a lot more people we depend on us in other ways. My own departments (support and internal aircraft development) got 5 new full-time employees in the last 9 months. That is a shit load of money to be paid to these people every month. So, while we still love that FSX customer who wants an update for a 16-year-old sim and a 12-year-old product, it is just not going to happen. If you feel your 27-euro purchase in 2009 entitles you to an update to make the airport look like it does right now, sorry. Everything we sell is without ANY promise of new features. Name me any company that does that differently. Fifth, (I should stop counting). We like P3D V5. Honestly. It has some fantastic new features, but when we see that the same files produce different brightness levels in EVERY update or hotfix and to correct all of that for every update takes us 2 weeks to match the new sim standards, we say that we rather wait for Lockheed to make up their minds. Most lights in P3D are 1999 standards, we must calculate how a light source works with a surface. So that is why our Airbuses work well on some airports where PMDG aircraft do not and there are airports where the opposite is true. In MFS we just define the light, modern standards. Again, we love P3D V5. We just do not love the fact it is changing its mind all the time. Now I am not blaming Lockheed. They always made it clear their professional customers come first. They loved the fact a few tens of thousands of simmers bought the sim and tested it. They also made an add-on market possible and to be honest, we got to correct a lot of professional users every month who believe a 40-euro purchase allows them to use the add-on on multiple stations. The basic fact is that Lockheed lost thousands of testers and dozens of developers. Because just check most developers who worked on P3d v4 addons might have release version that that ‘work’ in P3D v5 but very few actually spend serious time on P3D v5 features. New P3D releases are like hens’ teeth at this moment, exceedingly rare. And if there are any, they are not overly exciting. If people honestly believe that my comments about the open issues in P3D v5 affect developments I am seriously honored. But it is laughable. The dev companies who use us as publishers are smart. Most have been doing add-ons for a few decades. They know where the money is. Just as we do. And the money is in MFS. All these people got to pay invoices, just as we do. We do not ‘decide’ what platform to make add-ons for, we go where the customers are. If you get me five thousand FS2002 users willing to buy add-ons we gladly make add-ons for that platform. We will make serious money as making add-ons for FS2002 is super simple at this moment. But these customers are not there. Just as FSX customers are not there and as P3D customers are not there. Even serious P3D users who do not even think about looking at MFS are not buying add-ons right now. There still are a huge amount of FSX users. But for us, they are non-existing as they stopped being commercially interesting in late 2017. There is a serious amount of users of P3D and they were all very willing to buy add-ons, but they stopped buying add-ons in early 2020. X-Plane users are still remarkably interesting as they keep on buying add-ons. Do not be surprised to see X-Plane add-ons being made, they simply sell. -------------------------- Aerosoft does not ‘make’ the market, we follow. For sure we have commercial interests in X-Plane 11 and MFS and will promote these platforms. Openly. We are co-publisher for MFS (as we did the boxed version) and we have been co-publisher for X-Plane for the same reason and we still hold a lot of the Steam rights for that sim. We are proud of that. We invested hundreds of thousands of Euro's in those products. But we sell what customers want. I realize this message might sound vindictive. And to a certain degree, it is. I am upset about comments posted that have a hidden agenda. We do not delete them because that only boosts the ‘Aerosoft deletes all negative post’ idea. Which, again, is simply nonsense. If people claim that, ask them, what posts are deleted, the internet does not forget right? But again, if you see something posted that is rather negative, search Google for the poster. If the poster is not man enough to use his own name, that should tell you something. If he/she does us his own name, good for them, I respect that a lot. But check if they are selling P3D scenery (or tried to). I can understand they are upset if a business venture fails, been there. I do not understand how speaking bad about a competitor that is successful helps in any way. My name is Mathijs Kok and my work email, mathijs.kok@aerosoft.com, and my personal email, mathijs.kok@gmail.com are in no way hidden. You can find me on Skype, Discord, WhatsApp. Open visor. If you have a problem, let's talk. Now I will have another glass of wine. A good evening to all.
    1 point
  14. hello capitain, I am brazilian pilot and I saw your post about FDE and Display MOD. Could you send for me? Please, i need too this archive! thanks big boy!
    1 point
  15. Version 1.0.0

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    Captain Gunadeep thnks ......... Aerosoft Airbus A320/A321 liveries
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  16. I'm sorry but this makes zero sense. 1) take decision that proves unpopular among customers. 2) customers complain 3) double down on that decision for no other reason than to spite them. Whatever logical reason Aerosoft's marketing had to push this change (which I do not see, but doesn't mean it doesn't exist), antagonizing the customer base further would be entirely illogical and petty. This isn't elementary school, come on.
    -1 points
  17. True. I really don't want to get into the speculation rabbit hole, but no early access to the larger content creators seems kind of "iffy" to me, if that's the case. Especially how many launches go these days in the gaming industry. However still confident to consider this a day one pickup for me at the moment, and still excited. Also was looking forward to the said preview video before Christmas, but I'm sure Aerosoft are doing all they can behind the scenes. Edit: By large creators, I'm considering the likes of: Chewwy, CptCanada, Jeff Favignano, etc. So they could have been talking about channels of that size.
    -1 points
  18. I think a great number of us that use a flight simulator as a tool for learning, have given up any hope that either Asobo, or developers will ever deliver a quality tool for real world learning. It is becoming quiet clear at this point that Asobo and developers are only concerned with trying to sell high volume products to gamers.
    -1 points
  19. I can echo this man's thoughts entirely. I was going to purchase the CRJ mostly due to the fact this was the first proper payware for MSFS and Aerosoft was leading the way in more ways than one. However, the recent decision has made me loose all interest in the product and I will likely stick to the FBW mod (FREE) and X-Plane. Maybe in the future you will realise a mistake was made but I very much doubt it as the majority of MSFS users are not on these forums and it's their money you want, not ours. lockquote widget
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