But as before we intend to deliver a very complete product. My products as in the series of Aerosoft products I am responsible for. Not only because they are more complex but also because they get more attention and we do not want to do straight ports but real P3D V4 versions with all the lights etc. We spend a lot of time on that because as you know we focus on what pilots use and not on systems that have been only oned a few times or never in real life. All the systems that are used in day to day flights are simulated with great attention to detail. With around two-thirds of the graphical changes completely new and three quarters of the coding, this is almost a new model altogether.
However these are just details and they do not take the anything away from the enjoyment. This is a totally new build of the five aircraft listed above; not a re-touch of the original group. Could be nice to combine this with a Navigraph subscription or something else so we have updated maps available straight in the aircraft. X-Plane showed that without a doubt. Edited February 18 by Anders Bermann Yes.
Interesting also is that we are now serious considering adding a Electronic Flight Bag for charts etc. We have to move these projects to our new shared code base that handles all the Airbusses with one set of files, only with different config files. And these explorations need to be done by our most experienced staff, the people now working on these aircraft. Do you remember the number of up- and downvotes when M. What's up with the prologue thing? Knowing their past history, Aerosoft will open it back up and post something, or maybe make a new thread. These aircraft projects are important to use but they are just a small part of all the software we release.
This is a unique development! Out of desperation, I downloaded the BlackBox Airbus and was totally turned off. Every bit of the work that we do on the busses is aimed at creating a code base that we can build on. The code still needs to be done for all models and as you have seen today the modeling is progressing nicely. The weird thing for me with the Aerosoft Airbuses is that I used the previous version a lot, and never had any of the issues people are having now with the new version. Looks ready to me - what did you say again, the release is scheduled for tomorrow? I don't know why really. I won't be too sad to see this Aerosoft close business. I also love the copilot function which is neat.
Just as Airbus does it actually. Like it hurts their feelings and if they ignore you it makes all their problems go away. For those looking to utilize P3D v4s greater capabilities, bookmark this! I didn't think I was. They still post updates in there, but they don't leave the thread open for discussion. The project was once aimed at a 2017 release.
It was understandable that they cut it off - there was tendencies of a general and dominant - and very uncomfortable I might add - lynch-atmosphere. Custom animations include the fold out tables, Arm rests and sunscreens on top of all the expected switches etc. Ahh right… As said the A330 is not really delayed, but the release order is. I've reported issues on the forum and have never received any support. There is a 9 page thread on the support forum littered with users who have the exact same issues; Aerosoft also claims they can't duplicate the problem. Please note that those manuals are only available in German and English yet. Knowing their history, they will post up new information as soon as there is something to report.
With Aerosoft, there are two dates to be concerned about. And unfortunately, until now there was zero improvement in the aircraft systems. The Airbus A330 Flight model has been reproduced and tested by independent Current Airbus Pilots and includes our Custom Fly By Wire system and Envelope protection Laws. They're obviously really good, because aerosoft makes awesome planes according to me, but I miss the old 330. As P3D v4 offers a 64-bit system, this latest grouping can offer even more than previous add-ons could. I've reported issues on the forum and have never received any support. These are all switchable and have independent dimmer controls! Like it hurts their feelings and if they ignore you it makes all their problems go away.
But reality quickly raised its dirty head and we had to change the plans. And that means the developers had to get re-acquainted with code they left two years ago. I was a huge proponent of Aerosoft, Chapstick; however, their last 2 major releases e. The Side sticks operate correctly and lock properly when using the autopilot. So much people to be happy that there is again another delay? Time for some food and then finish watching House of Cards Season 5. The Virtual Cockpit is another 160K Polygons and almost every switch, knob, lever and dial is accurately modeled and animated. Yet the 'real' black sheep minority using Xplane series suddenly saw a huge up turn in aircraft development by many of the major aircraft developers, even Orbx decided to support this black sheep of the family.
The release and the massive demand for compatible add-ons for Prepar3D does affect all our schedules. Every child would wonder about that. But that is subject to change. They are not part of the deal; you only receive the old editions for free when purchasing the new Professional range — not vice-versa. Anyway more developers need to get stuff out fo this flight sim P3Dv4.