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Emanuel Hagen

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  1. 1 hour ago, Roadie04 said:

    Hey, it's pretty arrogant to compare Porsche and Lada with Aerosoft and Justsim.

     

    Nothing about you by the way, I love what you write ;)

     

     

    I'll let the product speak for itself once released, with Jo Erlends sceneries I am confident it can hold up with any such comparison. ;)

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  2. Please show some screenshots. In the past this was largely due to the user entering TOGA LOCK which overrides the level off. Your FMA will tell you which modes you're in. The tutorial will tell you what to do with which mode.

     

    It's not a bug, it's a feature ;)


  3. If you google for HTKJ charts you'll find some from 2010ish and you'll see that the airport did not have any such lights at that time.

    True, it has a more lights now. But it also has a larger apron, more taxiways, etc.

    Our addon was developed in 2015 and matches the airport as it was back then.


  4. 4 minutes ago, KoleB said:

     

    I don’t understand what this comment means? So people that remain on P3D are what? History also?

     

    I appreciate that resources for a business need to be allocated to ventures for the future but not at the expense of finishing what’s been started, but that’s just my humble opinion.

     

    Thanks for your reply!


    I expect that after maybe the first two or three months there will be as many P3Dv4 users left as there are P3Dv3 users now. Not a lot.

    Especially seeing that the difference between MSFS and P3Dv3-v4 will be a LOT bigger.


  5. 3 hours ago, KoleB said:


    Ah that’s disappointing, appreciate MSFS is the new kid on the block, I myself am excited to get it, but not to complete something fully surely isn’t a good philosophy? I’m sure there will be some people staying with the current platforms or moving to P3Dv5 when it releases, “not the close future” is disheartening for such people.

     

    Believe me, once you'll see MSFS in action on your own computer P3D will be history.

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  6. 40 minutes ago, data63 said:

    sorry for trying to point out the somehow "not common" configuration of the EDDF runway system

     

    maybe A320SkipperC just could give some info if his question ist answered so we can close this


    No need to feel sorry, your info was absolutely correct.


  7. Just now, radeon29 said:

    thanks, Cap))) 

    It is obvious but comrade data63 claims that only 18 runway is used:

     

     

     

    You misunderstood that, he said that 18 is only used for takeoffs, not that it is the only runway used for takeoffs.
    As in: Landing on runway 18 is not allowed. It is a runway on which only takeoffs are allowed.
    18 can be used simoultaniously with the other runways at Frankfurt.


  8. Chances are somehow Alpha Floor got activated, maybe a windshift, or something the like. Hard to tell what could have activated it without actually seeing it.

    Your issue is different from the one you linked. In the one you linked the user actually selected M.86, which is the redline, manually, thus forcing the Airbus to accelerate all the way into the red line. You didn't.

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  9. Thanks, that's the same we found as well then.

    The speed of the animation is actually correct according to the Airbus manuals (max 10 degree per second).
    Adjusting the flight model to match the animation is unfortunately almost impossible with the P3D limitations without braking other stuff, so I am afraid that will have to be postponed for the Microsoft Flight Simulator version.

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  10. A new tutorial is also still being worked on, however the new MSFS of course pulls away resources. You can be assured a new tutorial covering all the features is coming at some point. We just can't gurantee when exactly that's going to be. Certainly not the very close future.


  11. 4 hours ago, Sharkbait said:

     

    Whilst I agree it wasn't reported much, that's most likely because everything looks like it's working correctly. You get given a FLEX temperature based on your inputs, and everything appears to be functioning correctly. The first time I noticed was when I was flying a short leg, with low fuel and a small payload, and it took off like a rocket - I thought that was a bit odd. I've also pushed my throttle beyond the FLEX detent and saw TOGA thrust settings, but no increase in engine output. So to the eyes of those not deliberately looking for it, yes, it probably wouldn't be reported.

     

    You're absolutely right here. That's probably exactly the reason why it never really got noticed. Unless someone sits down with an actual Airbus takeoff performance calculator and crosschecks the numbers it was pretty much impossible to notice this issue. Since there is no such calculator available for the community (I only know TPC which is a nice tool, but which does not compute exact thrust outputs) there was basically no way for customers to notice. That's how it must have slipped through the beta team as well.

    Anyway, it turned out to be a simple fix which is undergoing testing right now. Unless something major comes up (which I honestly don't think will happen right now... but you never know!) we'll have flex included in the next update.


  12. Hi,

     

    this is purely my personal opinion on the A330, it does not represent any Aerosoft standpoint:

    In my opinion the A330 flies fine and does not have any major bugs left.

    There are small things which are being worked on (ex. Step Climbs), there are some missing or incomplete features (offset being one of the for example), but overall it is an enjoyable plane which does not have any major issues that could spoil the fun of flying.

     

    I never encountered any issues with Fuel Flow and Consumption. Not entirely sure which reports you are refering to here as I am only aware of one report about fuel flow, which in my opinion was more related to thrust changes than actual fuel flow changes with constant thrust and thus not really being an issue.

     

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