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mgchristy

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  1. Hi Michael, I noticed that my Aerosoft Updater indicated that version 3.0 (including the automated FE) was available for download today. I installed the update via the AS Updater, but when I loaded the plane into P3Dv4, my DC-8 Services pop-up had no "Auto Flight Engineer" or destination/descent boxes visible, as displayed in your screenshot in your initial post in this thread. It appeared the same as the previous 2.0 version. I logged into my Aerosoft account and noticed that the version available for full download is still indicated as 2.0.0.0 as well. Is this perhaps a bug, or am I doing something wrong? Thanks for any assistance.
  2. Otto, Thanks for the confirmation.
  3. Hello, Just to confirm - is the 1.1.0.0 update for the P3D version only at this point? I'm still running FSX, and just wondered if the update was valid for that platform as well. Thanks.
  4. Fantastic! Looks good. The 2D will really make life easier in high-workload climbs and descents. Thanks for this addition.
  5. The Iraqi Airways colors look pretty sharp on the CRJ9. Anybody taken a chance on this one?
  6. Sounds good. Thanks for the update, Michael.
  7. Fantastic work on the DC-8, Michael. It's been a favorite of mine since its release. Not to prod - but how's the FSX cargo update coming along? Thanks in advance for dedicating the time & resources towards the legacy platform versions.
  8. Thanks Michael. I wasn't sure if 'fast alignment' meant a few seconds or a few minutes - thanks for the clarification. I know the freeware CIVA has a fast alignment clickspot that will reduce the PI number to 5 in a matter of seconds....so I think that's where my confusion originated. Looking forward to the freighters! Take care.
  9. Hello, I have the 32bit version installed with FSX/Acceleration. Marvelous plane! Thanks so much for developing the DC-8 for those of us still using the legacy simulator. I have one question: an earlier post in this forum referenced the following quick alignment procedure for the INS in P3Dv4. Does this method apply to the FSX version as well? I've tried the steps below, but the INS is still taking the normal amount of time to align (generally, 5+ minutes). Thanks in advance.
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