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Herman

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  1. Several posts above quoting Mathijs' post with images had the pictures (only) removed to make reading easier and save screen space. When commenting on future posts that include images, simply include the text only as a courtesy to other readers. Thanks in advance.
  2. Probably not. According to this post in the official MFS forum, it was a nav data update: Small update - Navdata - Community / News and Announcements - Microsoft Flight Simulator Forums
  3. The search is over. It's already been found and acknowledged: Aerosoft Aircraft: CRJ (for MSFS) - Page 11 - Previews of Unreleased Products - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES
  4. A number of posts were hidden since they were focused on how great/bad MFS and P3D are relative to each other, and a couple of resulting personal affronts. This thread is about a preview of the Brussels International product and not a particular sim. As Mathijs notes above, "....let's not open that can of worms here." Thanks all for staying on topic.
  5. I can't answer for the time but the date is easy, as it's right there in the header. "Valid through 30.11.2020" is the European way to write "Valid through November 30, 2020." "Through" would be the common dictionary definition.
  6. Always worthwhile to start at the beginning before asking questions 😉 Here's the answer from the first page: Aerosoft Microsoft Flight Simulator developments - General discussion - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES
  7. Where you first posted is support for the new (2020) Microsoft Flight Simulator, not any earlier versions. This is redirected to the 32 bit Airbus support area, since you seem to indicate you think it's more that than Pro ATC.
  8. Because we believe this topic has been answered we have closed it. If you have any more questions feel free to open a new topic.
  9. Let's see what Mathijs wants to add. I see you're aware of the impact of an NDA, and we appreciate your understanding if there's nothing more that can be said.
  10. I would say the answer is "No." There's no difference really between that and an open beta, which Aerosoft just doesn't do. Other developers/software houses do so for good, as well as not so good reasons. It made sense for Asobo/MS Game Studios with MFS, but for different reasons than exist here. This question has been asked about other projects in the past, and this sums up the answers in the past. It's certainly not the case that Aerosoft needs the early income, which has been used as a reason by other developers to "pre-release" add-ons.
  11. We have dedicated sections of the forum for A3XX issues instead of "Aircraft General." Please reply with which version of the Airbus you have and I'll move this for you. I would have guessed the A320 Pro, but the latest version is 1.4.0.1, not 1.4.1.1. There are others much better at troubleshooting the A320 than I am, but as a general observation, what you're seeing is far from typical given a few thousand users, so it's most likely that it's something in your system. If the A320 is the only one you see this with, it could simply be that it's more demanding than other add-ons. Ple
  12. Actually, it was and in the very first post too 😉 Aerosoft Aircraft: CRJ (for MSFS) - Previews of Unreleased Products - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES
  13. See also this related thread over on the Orbx site. Using a translator in your browser should make it readable for German speaking readers.
  14. Welcome to the Aerosoft forums. Your question is a good one. The top picture is most likely a contrail caught by the aerial photo, and it's a safe bet that the ground shadow and oblique view of the wind turbine is present everywhere there's a wind turbine. That's one unavoidable aspect of photoreal scenery backgrounds. However, it would require manually "digitally painting" out any artifacts to achieve what you're asking about. For the wind turbine and shadow, there are dozens, and for each one, since sun and photo angle makes almost every one different, an automated solution isn't likely. Wh
  15. #2 - Centerline lighting is not always centered IRL. See this link and this one. Zooming in on runway 06/24 and 14L/32R in Google Earth clearly shows the offset. For takeoff and landing, you want the nosewheel on the centerline. The type that projects slightly above the runway surface is commonly offset, so you don't get annoying "bumping" as you pass over each one, especially at speed and on centerline. The bumping is simulated in good sceneries, and you'll hear it if you're over on the lights. The kind that's recessed (to avoid getting broken by snowplows I understand) is more expensive to
  16. Welcome to the Aerosoft forums. There's a pinned thread right at the top of the page and just over this one when you posted that points you where to ask. Here it is:
  17. My view only. I haven't seen anything like that in the responsible forums/websites (which doesn't mean it's not possible, just that it's not under active consideration). Besides, what do you think Microsoft and third party developers want to see, the ability to sell new product to the new customer base OR extra work by Asobo (=$$$) so old software will run. Simply look at the efficiencies (=fps) and detail bespoke MFS aircraft have over FSX/FSX:SE/P3D any version and decide if old and new simmers alike want to go backwards. As I wrote in what you quoted, even now with P3Dv4 and v5 (64 bit), th
  18. Sorry, there is no chance of simply "importing" your FSX aircraft into the Microsoft Flight Simulator (formal name for the new one, aka MFS, MFS2020, MSFS). They're utterly incompatible. Some can be imported into P3D, in particular, the earlier 32 bit versions (P3D, P3Dv2, P3Dv3) but even there, some just don't work, while MFS is an entirely different animal.
  19. This thread was moved to the Airbus Pro support area, since as the title of this area notes, there's no support offered here. Here's a link to the moved post
  20. As Mathijs noted over a week ago, this really belongs in the Airbus support section, even though it concerns the new TM Airbus thrust lever. Since all the issues point to the Airbus, that's where this is moved. Hopefully, that will also keep it from getting hijacked with irrelevant questions. Since the "moved" note goes away in a couple of days, I'll put a placeholder post where it once was pointing to this one.
  21. The main thing to avoid if you choose to install on your system drive is to NOT install into one of the protected folders (Program Files, Program Files x86 or ProgramData). Just use whatever drive has the most room, as just the sim needs around 90 to 100GB without add-ons, so you'll want room for those.
  22. This really needs to go to the official Microsoft site, where you've been directed before. It's entirely sim related, and if you spend any time on the Microsoft site, you'll learn that SIDs and STARs are not yet fully implemented.
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