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EasternT3

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  1. It is, (I've posted on that thread a couple times), it's very similar to a bug that was in FSX, I think although the temp is an issue, there's a wider issue with the weather system as a whole, as I noticed QNHs are off too
  2. I only noticed it starting yesterday, and only flown the 320nx yesterday and today and is massively affected, i.e 0 rate of climb/no ability to increase speed, hopefully asobo fixes the issue soon,
  3. According to Asobo, they should be improving turboprop engine logic, over SU5, 6 and 7
  4. Another idea, are you using real weather, if so there's an issue with it today where as you climb the OAT rises instead of decreases (reminds me of the FSX bug), although this issue is noticed right from take-off, well for me anyway
  5. Jarred's point does some the situation up, however to add a few points, MSFS is not exclusively, CTRL E pilots, people like me who have been around since FS2002 and even earlier have made the transition (although my situation is a bit different). Also the reason for the low quality products is the time it takes AS/PMDG/A2A to develop for a new sim, and you have devs taking advantages of the market as much as they can before the proper addons arrive. I agree about the FBW32NX, not being amazing but is a tie-over until AS/Fenix get their A320s in sim and personally is a load better than the default but has a hell of a lot more work needed. The sim is capable of good aircraft already, as seen with the CRJ, DC6 and JF PA28s, MSFS as it stands will have all 3 PMDG jets in sim by Q2 2022, and QW/A2A/JF etc and new devs like Fenix are solely focusing on MSFS. Jarred's final 2 lines sum it up beautifully. MSFS is looking extremely likely to be the future but doesn't mean you have to change, but can't expect developments for platforms that are not viable.
  6. Jori, you have a wildly misconception of how the current swimming world is. Firstly if people leave MSFS the user base will still be higher than P3D ever was, a lot of hardcore simmers have already transitioned to MSFS, also it's been out 1 year...if the sim had any chance of dying, it would have already done, how do you know P3D will always be here, where's the guarantee? Don't forget P3D is a COMMERCIAL sim that was abused by many over the years and overlooked by LM, all it takes is LM for v6 (if there is one) to stop selling academic licences and it's no longer a sim for the general public. Also it's not just Aerosoft who are no longer developing for P3D, many other dev's are leaving P3D for MSFS. Aerosoft know what's happening, they didn't make the jump on a whim, they've been in business over 20 years, so they know what they are doing. You sure? Mathijs/Aerosoft doesn't think so, go look at other forums/fselite etc and look at how many hardcore P3D users are going, "I'm still using P3D but not spending anymore money, once the equivalent add ons are in MSFS, I'm uninstalling P3D". Look, use any sim you want, but don't be mad because the market isn't in your favour and is very much unlikely to change
  7. Maybe Mathijs can confirm but I read this as it's more than just icing issues
  8. Hi. That's, as you said, the default Ibiza, I'm not that great at support, but as you say, try re-installing it, hopefully that works,
  9. Looking good, things like these defiantly make it easier to buy/install/maintain products
  10. I can concur I have Ibiza and it's perfect, looks exactly like the screenshots, sounds like a file may have corrupted, as mopperle says screenshots will help, I have run Ibiza at both Medium and Ultra settings and obviously get better results on Ultra, but medium worked fine. Another idea is you may have a conflicting mod in your community folder, have you tried loading Ibiza with only that in your community folder Just a fyi, Heathrow is a handcrafted airport by Asobo so that's why it looks better than the other default airports, but still needs a big upgrade tbh to be the best it could be.
  11. I can concur with this, I have/had both for P3D (AS and FSL). And it be the same in MSFS should Fenix reach the market, as it currently stands the Aerosoft Airbus’s will have one major advantage on Fenix, the fact Aerosoft’s will have all 4 A320 family models (yes Fenix could have at some point as well) Is there a reason that can be said public? Maybe to do with licensing?
  12. I get your point, it’s really good for the sim but I’ve never seen multiple devs/aircraft as competition, there isn’t a limit on how many aircraft you can have, the more aircraft variety we have, the better
  13. This doesn’t really need discussing imo, and I’m sure will be shut down by the admins, but I wouldn’t call them competitors, they’re different aircraft completely and different ‘depth’ levels, if anything Fenix is competing with Aerosoft’s A320 family, of which I think are not truly competitors, again due to the depth levels, therefore probably different customer bases
  14. Cool I need to start lobbying Asobo to allow this to be added to the SDK (for C++ aircraft)
  15. nice, does this mean we could see simbrief and navigraph integration
  16. Every real world pilot I've heard from (including me as a PPL/IR holder) has said the opposite to what you've heard (and there's r/w pilots who stream MSFS saying the same thing), the sim's been out ~a year and has been constantly improved from what is was at release. I think people's only reasoning for saying it's a bad sim is it doesn't have the high fidelity aircraft of P3D, which is changing at a rapid pace (i.e. we'll hopefully see all P3D aerosoft/PMDG/QW and some A2A products by Q3 2022). Another thing that doesn't scream "MSFS is a bad sim" is on other forums I have seen people up to 2 months saying MSFS is a bad sim...I'm never changing and now saying I'm changing to MSFS/or I've already changed and regret not doing it earlier. The point being MSFS is a good sim and is an option for people to use, you don't have to change sims (hell some people still use FSX and never upgraded to P3D) but don't expect or assume P3D updates or new products as like Mathijs said sales have tanked
  17. Rich, if I'm being honest, it's not just Aerosoft that will be slowing/stopping updates for P3D, you'll find most if not all devs will follow suit, with Asobo's constant updates (which coincidentally the next sim update should drastically improve performance, and the flight model is always being worked on, saying that the CRJ and DC6 flight model are very good), MSFS (whether people accept it) is the future, and P3D is *sadly* going the way of FSX when P3D released. Another well renowned dev (hint - big Boeing creator) has already said if they continue support for P3D, it will most likely be because of the commercial contracts and not the general public
  18. It's not that aerosoft don't want to bring a certain livery out with the CRJ, the issue is, the CRJ has many operators and they can't do a livery for every operator. So they pick liveries from the most common operators, adria is also defunct, so they're even less likely to get a aerosoft launch livery. Now your issue, having been in flight sim for a long time, issues like this aren't aerosoft's issue (Mathijs may disagree) when people create mods for aircraft (i.e. liveries) it's up to the creator to make sure they work with the aircraft, not the other way round, if every 3rd party livery didn't work, then it possibly is an issue for aerosoft, In this case I would ask the creator of the livery for help. Also not sure where you downloaded the adria livery from but I have 2 installed from flightsim to and they both work perfectly for me
  19. I'd be very surprised if it doesn't release in 2021, I can see a release within the next couple of months
  20. I agree, my view is, every aircraft in the world has differences, that an airline can purchase, that's why aircraft have a 3/4 number and letter identifier after, i.e A320-251N or A320-271N, CRJ-701 or CRJ-702 (granted mostly to do with cabin configs as well), Aerosoft aren't going to model every possible variant possible, that's one of the differences between a £40 product and a £140 product (i.e. PMDG's 737 having an multiple options for the MCP). Also not starting an argument, granted it's not as technologically advanced as the CRJ I'd say PMDG with the -6 makes Aerosoft 1 of 2
  21. It was mentioned in a early page of the airbus thread that one airbus is planned/hoped for late 2021, so fingers crossed
  22. I'm going to play devils advocate, I do want to see the Twotter ASAP but I think AS is waiting for Asobo to add/change things regarding water physics and turboprop behaviour, likely being released in SU5. Then testing will need to be finished. I think we'll see the CRJ900/1000 in July, the Twotter in August and while I'm guessing the A330 in late December/January 22, I'll happily be proved wrong
  23. I'll happily be wrong...but I doubt is seen as a release date hasn't been announced
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