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vor 20 Stunden , Stefan Hoffmann sagte:

I am not here tomorrow, one day break. But if you read the last friday post more detailed, you will see that the galley modeling (incl. door interior) is underway now. 70% done already. This must be to optimally distribute the geometry to the textures.

 

Ok then we´ll get a Saturday update;):P

No no. It would be nice but if you want to have a free day... I think we all can live with. Keep on your great work. 

(Quite interested when somebody will post the first screenshot with Lufthansa livery here:wub:)

 

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Just now, Airbus A340 Pilot said:

No no. It would be nice but if you want to have a free day... I think we all can live with. Keep on your great work. 

 

 

 

I don't know, I think I am getting withdrawal symptoms.   Quick get another shot of the Alpha cockpit up please!

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On 9.3.2017 at 10:31, JustanotherPilot sagte:

 

Yeah, I decided against buying the FSL A320 and go for the AS A330. I hope its released Q1.

? FSL is A320 and Aerosoft is A330. Two different planes.

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On 08/03/2017 at 9:28 AM, TwixXiZ said:

Hey Emanuel, 

Yes but I don't understand why there are "... VU"

Screenshot_2.jpgPart numbers, if you look around for the they'll all be different for different parts.

 

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5 hours ago, Airbus A340 Pilot said:

? FSL is A320 and Aerosoft is A330. Two different planes.

 

5 hours ago, KingMusjo said:

Exactly. The only thing these two developments have in common, is that they're both an Airbus. Oh well...

 

But this is drifting off-topic..

It dosnt matter that its a different plane, it could have being a Boeing 737... But the fact is that their VC quality is a joke compare to this plane, and its undeniable. But again, leave it. Lets stay on the topic of this A330 with the beautiful VC.

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2 hours ago, roi1862 said:

 

It dosnt matter that its a different plane, it could have being a Boeing 737... But the fact is that their VC quality is a joke compare to this plane, and its undeniable. But again, leave it. Lets stay on the topic of this A330 with the beautiful VC.

No its not! Fslabs A320 is the best AC to flightsim I have ever tried until now!

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On 8/3/2017 at 9:28 AM, TwixXiZ said:

Hey Emanuel, 

Yes but I don't understand why there are "... VU"

Screenshot_2.jpg

 

they're panel codes. It helps us maintenance personnel find the correct panel for certain push buttons or levers. they're also on the cb panels. I'm not too sure if flight crew use them.

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2 hours ago, airbusA333 said:
5 hours ago, roi1862 said:

 

It dosnt matter that its a different plane, it could have being a Boeing 737... But the fact is that their VC quality is a joke compare to this plane, and its undeniable. But again, leave it. Lets stay on the topic of this A330 with the beautiful VC.

No its not! Fslabs A320 is the best AC to flightsim I have ever tried until now!

 

Okay guys.... that will have to end that conversation - such dialogs never result in anything good.

 

Thanks! 

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3 hours ago, airbusA333 said:

No its not! Fslabs A320 is the best AC to flightsim I have ever tried until now!

Okay, I know I should not feed this unwanted conversation but I just have to say one thing: The FSL A320 VC is pretty bad, specially when it comes to texturing. But its great systems and sounds come close to making up for it. Now, can we talk about how lovely those A330 previews were?

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3 hours ago, DaveCT2003 said:

 

Okay guys.... that will have to end that conversation - such dialogs never result in anything good.

 

Thanks! 

 

Thanks for that, Dave!

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These pics... They are beautiful... 

 

Not gonna lie, as I was trying to keep up with the posts since I've last been here I stumbled across the picture of which a user was asking why the camera elevation:s so high. I thought 'oh dang, did I miss pictures?'. As I was checking the page before,  I saw the pictures and a tear ran across my face. 

This is not exaggerated but what actually happened. This plane is really unbelievably beautiful and I shad tears of masculinity. 

Thanks Aerosoft for making such a great product! Keep it up! 

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22 hours ago, roi1862 said:

 

It dosnt matter that its a different plane, it could have being a Boeing 737... But the fact is that their VC quality is a joke compare to this plane, and its undeniable. But again, leave it. Lets stay on the topic of this A330 with the beautiful VC.

 

Please, not on this forum. Most certainly not after the incident where part of our work ended up in there VC. Understand it is a touchy topic.

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Load report?

 

In the real airplane, If a hard landing happens, the on-board printer automatically  spits out a "LOAD REPORT", where you can see the parameters at (and around) the time of the touchdown. Based on these parameters, the maintenance decides on the scope of the inspection required. It can be also printed manually via the MCDU even if there was no official hard landing, so we can see how hard we smacked it...

 

Have you guys considered implementing this? I guess it would add to the 'wow' factor of your 330 and make a few simmers happy... :D

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In the A320 series we did you can print from within the sim. That has turned out not not to be without problems. But if we could get the conditions and a sample of what is printed we could certainly try.

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Dont know how Mathijs and the team handel the public so nice,yes they can implement that and then you can get the A330 in a year from now.

 

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I can e-mail you a sample of the printout. 

 

As for triggering conditions, I guess a friendly engineer/mechanic with access to the Aircraft Maintainance Manual would be able to provide this. 

 

The 330 has a nice big printer in the cockpit and it is used for a variety of things - we print out load sheets, ATIS, weather, clearances etc. I guess a home printer connected to the PC would be quite good to emulate this...

 

 

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Hi everyone and the Aerosoft team, I did not follow all the subjects concerning the A330, but I just wanted to know if an exit is well planned this year? And the variants livery are in the course of projects, I do not want to do the imaptient on the contrary it is just to give me an idea simply, anyway it is very good work you do Aerosoft thank's for your Job!

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The best idea you can get about the project is by just reading some pages back. Your question is being asked over and over again, and the answers are not too far away actually.

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9 hours ago, Jet_Lag said:

I can e-mail you a sample of the printout. 

 

As for triggering conditions, I guess a friendly engineer/mechanic with access to the Aircraft Maintainance Manual would be able to provide this. 

 

The 330 has a nice big printer in the cockpit and it is used for a variety of things - we print out load sheets, ATIS, weather, clearances etc. I guess a home printer connected to the PC would be quite good to emulate this...

 

 

Hi!

 

the ACMS Reports are totally optionable. For example EW A332 prints a long as hell vibration report on landing. The ACMS Reports deliver a variety of reports in many kinds but are not very interesting. (and me as a technician says this...) They are only a total waste of printer paper. <----- ATTENTION: OPINION!

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Thank you for the heads up, @Wackenopfer! Then, in the interest of our environment, I would gladly do without that printing function (or make it optional at least, please). I'm still learning to operate PFPX properly and felt so guilty recently, after having printed my complete flight plan from Frankfurt to Toronto (30 pages or so). ;-)

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