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  1. Marius, could you check my order as well? I didn't see the language option either. I can live with the English version but would prefer the German one, if possible. Order# is 1120222855. Order history in my Aerosoft account doesn't show the language selected - or did I just overlook it? Thanks and kind regards, Michael
  2. I am pretty sure MSFS is multi-language and you can select language in the game. See the Steam site for language options https://store.steampowered.com/app/1250410/Microsoft_Flight_Simulator/ Kind regards, Michael
  3. Even before I was allowed to see MSFS on my own screen half a year ago, it was clear to me that this would be the beginning of a new era. Or continuation of the Golden Age which I was allowed to be part of (as an Aerosoft customer already) from FS4 to FSX. While I have always defended Prepar3d, even at a time when it was not yet popular, it became more and more clear that it includes so many hurdles it never would attract the masses as its forerunners. As Mathijs states, the combination of distribution channel, mandatory credit card, the clumsy update mechanism (despite improvements far from today's standards,), the dubious EULA, limitation to English language, strict LM information policies... all that factored in. I never had the illusion of getting the perfect God sim with MSFS, as some seem to believe, but I am sure it will be the way into the future. And no, I don't think Prepar3d (and also X-Plane) to disappear anytime soon, notably X-Plane has a devoted user base keeping it alive while I see Prepar3d focusing on the enterprise market - which it originally was made for. Kind regards, Michael
  4. They are running via (payware) SPAD.neXt based on Simconnect. Not all functions are working properly yet, but are expected upon release. There's also another (free) program AsixAndOhs by Lorby which runs them. Basically, both have even support the FIPs (Flight Instrument Panels). Besides, Logitech is expected to publish native drivers for MSFS which, however, are not available yet. Kind regards, Michael
  5. I did this. I added a spacer "ORBX" and set this one as the entry point in ORBX Central where it is visible for selection (not sure if ít works in the old FTXCentral but it should). Kind regards, Michael
  6. You are completely right. Unfortunately there isn't anyone at the other end of the line at Microsoft. Their official forums, which would be the proper place, have been announced to become available "SOON" for more than a year now. Kind regards, Michael
  7. Siehe meinen Beitrag dazu hier: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/154700-aerosoft-official-retail-partner-for-microsoft-flight-simulator/page/8/&tab=comments#comment-990076 Ich habe auch gehört, dass Logitech selbst Treiber bereitstellen soll, was auch naheliegt, eine belastbare Quelle dafür habe ich aber nicht. Viele Grüße, Michael
  8. You have two options. There is a freeware tool by Lorby and a payware tool SPAD.neXt providing extended possibilities. Here are the corresponding links: AxisandOhs for MSFS by Lorby https://www.lorby-si.com/downloads.html SPAD.neXt for MSFS: https://www.spadnext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=52904&sid=28495817d7ea2a7978ff05c67fa5a9bb Kind regards, Michael
  9. Just preordered the Premium Deluxe, too. Good initiative from Aerosoft. Kind regards, Michael
  10. Thanks again, Mathijs, this is one of the questions floating around fora and requiring a clear answer. Kind regards, Michael
  11. Thank you, Mathijs, for the nice and open report, and for your engagement. I have been an MSFS alpha tester from quite early on, and without going into any detail I can say I fully share your enthusiasm. Kind regards, Michael
  12. Hardware spec are here: https://flightsimulator.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360015204020-Microsoft-Flight-Simulator-Pre-order-FAQ They're the same for all versions as they only differ in airports and planes added. Kind regards, Michael
  13. Once more on the topic. Is this https://www.aerosoft.com/de/flugsimulation/buecher/1021/airbus-series-you-have-control-a318/a319/a320/a321-vol.-1?c=727 the revised Edition or still the 2016 version? It mentions revised and extended, but there is no year of publication given. Thanks and kind regards, Michael
  14. On the positive side, I acknowledge that Aerosoft adds more and more products to the Updater, thus, it's a move in the proper direction. Kind regards, Michael
  15. I'm subscribed to the Newletter for years. I just glanced through the latest issues and that one from May 1st indeed had a list of P3D5 upgrades (which I somehow missed, honestly). That one from today didn't have one. Including such a list every week would be great, just a list, no need for fancy pictures. Anyway, thanks for the hint and kind regards, Michael
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