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  1. No problem. Thanks for letting me know it works at your end.
  2. I have never started with a default aircraft before loading the DC8 so you can be assured that loading it directly will not cause any problems.
  3. Here's the link for FSX. I had to give the file a different name so after downloading change the name to logic.xml (get rid of the (1)). https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PJPUxhJH0azVKzzwIHecgt28N2ugHkgq/view?usp=sharing
  4. I discovered the issue for this and I'm giving you a link to a new file directly so you don't have to wait for this to go in the updater system and to get some feedback before it does. Replace the logic.xml file in the panel/DC81 folder. This is for P3D only -- I'll post the same for FSX in a moment. As always, it's a good idea to back up the original just in case. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iTqdjlnl672BiuvWEUa7gNHOXi8f8zN7/view?usp=sharing
  5. The files for the FSX update were sent to Aerosoft on September 17th. They usually get updates out right away. I'm not sure what the issue is but I will follow up with Mathijs.
  6. Thanks for the feedback!
  7. Are you sure these sounds are from the DC-8? I'll look, or rather take a listen, but I have never noticed this before. Possibly the sounds are from an airport addon? I know I have some that make a lot of noise.
  8. I will take a look at this. During development I used the recommended cruise altitudes in the performance document and typically did not use loaded weights low enough to get into FL370 or similar.
  9. P3D v.5 is not supported as has been discussed here previously.
  10. The altitude selection is only a memorandum of your assigned or desired altitude and also gives a warning when leaving or approaching the altitude. The DC-8 autopilot doesn't have an altitude capture function. Instead, as you approach the desired altitude you should reduce your vertical speed and then set it to zero when you reach your target altitude.
  11. Sorry the delay in posting and getting the new FSX version out. I have been out of town a great deal (locally) and away from computers. I'll get the FSX new version to Aerosoft this week and look at any support issues I see on the forum.
  12. Not yet. I should get the files to Aerosoft early next week.
  13. You're very welcome. I'll get the FSX version ready now and we should get it out soon.
  14. He's certified and ready to go. The installer (for P3D) is tested and I expect it will be available for download soon, but given the time zones and weekend, not today. This update will be a re-install rather than through the updater. So you will need to back up your liveries and aircraft.cfg file.
  15. Rainero, I can understand that you're disappointed. I'm sure it's a difficult choice for everyone whether to move on to P3D v.5 or not. Some products are going to be going to left behind in going to v.4.5, not just the DC8. I did consider a paid update, but in my opinion it wouldn't make sense. As everyone knows, a new Microsoft Flight Simulator is coming and I don't see much future for P3D addons when it arrives. I could be wrong, but that is what I think will happen. Hopefully the new sim will greatly expand the customer base for flight sim products generally.
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