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Take Command! IXEG 737 Classic v1.2 Update Released!

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3 hours ago, theriyon said:

what's the problem in fmc ???

what's the new items do you want in fmc?

 

Holds, offset, desc now and a proper vnav are my top priorities

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13 hours ago, ArborVitae said:

Holds, offset, desc now and a proper vnav are my top priorities

Thanks, that's exactly what I was going to answer him. Good to see that I'm not the only one that wants something else than wingflex.

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On 26/09/2017 at 1:33 PM, Litjan said:

Hah, maybe we can make a deal with our customers to only add wingflex and opening doors - and just leave the FMS as it is? B) I think Tom would go for that!

it's possible  better effects in the rain  too  in next update

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14 hours ago, theriyon said:

it's possible  better effects in the rain  too  in next update

The rain effects are just fine. We are not changing anything there.

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On 9/26/2017 at 6:55 PM, mgeiss said:

FuselageFlex™ and SceneryFlex™ 

easy.. ok with FuselageFlex™ we surely can dope the good old Classic to supersonic speeds but we need to master Warp speeds before we can consider SceneryFlex™ 

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Just now, theriyon said:

this  effects  is  good  to you ????

What are you using? xEnviro? That would be why.

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2 hours ago, theriyon said:

this  effects  is  good  to you ????

 

rain effect.png

This is not an IXEG issue. If you use default weather or Skymaxx Pro you’ll get a proper weather representation of rain effect on the windshield. Some other weather addons as you can see don’t work so good with this beautiful aircraft. 

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9 hours ago, Litjan said:

This is what the reain effects look like:

 

Cheers, Jan

 

it's possible use  this effects with x-Enviro ???

 

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it's possible use  this effects with x-Enviro ???

 

No. You will need to use default weather or SkyMaxx Pro.

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1 hour ago, Cameron said:

No. You will need to use default weather or SkyMaxx Pro.

 

in the future it does not make sense to buy active sky or x enviro and buy ixeg . this airplane not use rain effects in other weather plugins .

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25 minutes ago, theriyon said:
 

in the future it does not make sense to buy active sky or x enviro and buy ixeg . this airplane not use rain effects in other weather plugins .

 

You don't know anything about Active Sky yet. The aircraft works with every weather program, including SkyMaxx, NOAA, EFASS, and many others. The only one it will not work with is xEnviro at this time.

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Hello everyone, I have version 1.2 installed and noticed that the rain effects seems to be a lot less than the last version or is it possibly my GPU settings? Anyone else had this? The screenshot was from today in Frankfurt International Airport EDDF where we did have some rain. BTW., also using Xenviro, version 1.07 as the weather generator.

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Hello everyone, I have version 1.2 installed and noticed that the rain effects seems to be a lot less than the last version or is it possibly my GPU settings? Anyone else had this? The screenshot was from today in Frankfurt International Airport EDDF where we did have some rain. BTW., also using Xenviro, version 1.07 as the weather generator.

B733_2.jpg

Your answer is literally in the conversation above your post.

Please read before creating posts.

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Your answer is literally in the conversation above your post.

Please read before creating posts.

So will it work with the XEnviro plugin in the future or impossible? It would definitely be a shame if it doesn't as it in my opinion a very good weather plugin.

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2 hours ago, shabani said:

So will it work with the XEnviro plugin in the future or impossible? It would definitely be a shame if it doesn't as it in my opinion a very good weather plugin.

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This is not up to us to say, as we don´t make XEnviro.

Cheers, Jan

 

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2 hours ago, shabani said:

So will it work with the XEnviro plugin in the future or impossible? It would definitely be a shame if it doesn't as it in my opinion a very good weather plugin.

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This is from XEnviro developer:

 

Some changes have been made to our Roadmap reflecting the current project status. One noticeable feature of 1.08 is a general windshield preciitation effect that works on any aircraft. As I continue working on the cloud shader my colleague Vasily is making important adjustments to the atmosphere lighting and sky colors. Some issues with blending, haze and shadows will probably go through 1.08 and 1.09 until I finsh changing the atmophere model drawing order."

 

 

 

So, there is hope! ;)

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On 9/28/2017 at 2:18 AM, ArborVitae said:

Holds, offset, desc now and a proper vnav are my top priorities

Exactly, let these guys get this Aircraft fully functional first before we worry about raindrops  

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