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  1. @Morten In reference to XP11 everything has been clearly stated a zillion times. Your (teams) point of view is totally acceptable and should be understood from everybody by now. I wouldn't even more bother giving answers to this subject. I noticed as well that whenever it comes to Version 1.1 for XPLANE 10 (TEN!) immediatly the subject changes back to XP11. Just happens again.... ;-) @donoscar I am well able to fly this bird by hand or using FLCH/ V/S, HOLDs etc (Online, VATSIM). Nevertheless i paid for a X-PLANE 10 (TEN ;-) Version to be complete and (almost) p
    4 points
  2. I agree with sdflyer. Do any of us fly a 733 to know the flight model isn't tuned to the exact specifications your team demands? No. Do most of us care? No. Would we like to have a plane that at least works in XP 11...I would. Call it a beta, a work-in-progress...whatever you want. Realistically, the 737-300 was never really out of beta (based on your definition of beta) in the first place. Yes, you fixed several problems early but the plane still won't turn to the final approach into several airports...confirmed bug months ago and not yet fixed. That's fine. The soft crashes are the
    3 points
  3. What, you have to be kidding! You have had many months to be working on X-Plane 11 and at least a year to work on 1.1 for X-Plane 10. There is always an excuse with this team. While the product is a good product, it is nowhere near a finished product yet we all payed full price rather than an intro price. It's like paying full price for a car and they don't give you the interior or allow your doors to open for at least a year but still promise you will one day because the folks at Ford have second jobs and have not made your purchase a priority. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    3 points
  4. If you agree to say that your product is still beta and will beta for a while? No it is official it's longer beta. Of course it will be patched and continue to improve. I say, a little compatibility patch for XP11 would be nice. And you can take the rest of the time for making dedicated XP11 version. IXEG 737 is beautiful aircraft and this is a shame that few minor problems are holding us off normal ground operations
    2 points
  5. Yes, if you are talking about XP11, but some of us are talking about 1.1 for XP10. Different story to me. I am getting impatient as well, owning this a/c since late last year... And from what i read : VNAV will not even be fixed (or improved?) for XP10 version. @Litjan Oliver Gesendet von meinem SM-T810 mit Tapatalk
    2 points
  6. Currently aircraft "remembers" autopilot, radio, navigation and may be some other cockpit settings between simulator startups. Can you add more options? What I personally miss is speed bugs, pressurization settings and trimming.
    1 point
  7. Unless of course, "God" decided to change the real world atmosphere, and Newtons laws of physics to benefit Boeing aircraft, so that they had better performance, and were more fuel efficient. Two sides to every story... Tim
    1 point
  8. Exactly, XP is a continuous work in progress, and especially around new releases. Developers have to adapt to that and do the same. If things drag out in time I'm sure we'll release at temporary patch to make life easier for the XP11 guy's. Anyway, remember that all the 132 (!) bugs we fixed, new 3D, systems upgrades etc stuff for v 1.1 XP10 so far ALSO (hopefully) will work in XP11 the same day.
    1 point
  9. No, for you it's still a beta, but for the rest of the world is the final version ! You are currently working on v. 1.1 for XP10 from at least 1 year, and it isn't ready too... If we follow this example, the v. 1.1 for XP11 it will be ready in a 1 year again ( 2018 )
    1 point
  10. FYI The final version of XP11 has now been released on Steam.
    1 point
  11. You are absolutely right, XP11 opens up possibilities in some areas, especially visually, but in others it is a temporary setback - like on the flight model side of things. As for the systems side I don't think a lot has changed. New XP versions are always a headache for designers initially We definitely would like to be at one of the big sim events this year, so maybe we could meet up and "burn some fuel" It is still a beta and will be for a while as far as we are concerned no matter what they call it We are currently working on v1.1 for XP10, then work on XP11 will offic
    1 point
  12. XP11 is out - its official now http://www.x-plane.com/desktop/buy-it/ No more excuses - we need a patch !
    1 point
  13. There will not be an upgrade fee for the X-Plane 11 version.
    1 point
  14. The crashes (where you see the console window pop up with a red error message) should be fixed mostly for XP10 and XP11 alike with 1.1. Jan
    1 point
  15. Hi Ljtian so for XP11 we have to wait another 3-4 months.... But for XP10 ?? XP10 is already in the final version and the customer like me are waiting from a long time for the famous 1.1 version..... What about it ? What about the fix correction and the new feature that you are speaking from some time? Inviato dal mio SM-G900F utilizzando Tapatalk
    1 point
  16. Actually, yes. I've been dividing my time between the Saab and Citation. This last week was Citation week. I sent Jim and Cameron an in sim screenshot of the panel for QA feedback on colours and layout. Feedback was "positive", but I want to make some small adjustments, then I'll post "something", probably this weekend. If not this weekend, it'll be within a few days after that.
    1 point
  17. I find myself coming back to these screenshots every month or two. Seriously... I cannot wait. It seems the only comparatively detailed bizjets are inside P3D/FSX but the camera controls in that software make me want to bang my head against a wall. Any more screenshots to share?
    1 point
  18. Not opposed to that idea - I will add it to the feature request list we keep. It will take a while, though. Cheers, Jan
    1 point
  19. I think your example does not apply here. IXEG team made it pretty clear, PUBLIC and straight forward the product status for the release for everyone make their on decision whether to buy it or not. You do not see this transparent communication quite often.
    0 points
  20. I do not believe so. On the other hand, if they do charge an update fee, it will be fine with me. Compared to the money I spend on building my homemade cockpit based on their fantastic plane, it is a minor expense :-)
    -1 points
  21. i am talking about 10 as well, I still enjoy the combo 10&IXEG more than any XP11 combination I have tried so far... What is VNAV anyway? I use VS and LVLCH for my descents, just like the vast majority of rw pilots out there if you have to comply with ATC guidance, and you don't just engage AP at 400ft and disengage 50 before touchdown.... and for your statement about not improving it, I would try to read what statements these IXEG guys have left here about SP, XP11 resources etc and you might come to the conclusion that some posts look a bit childish & ridiculous. look up
    -1 points
  22. This is all wrong - we have had ZERO months to work on the flight model for XP11 because Austin is STILL doing work on it (we are in close contact with him) and and we expect to reveal more bugs which has to go back to Austins table and get fixed in XP11.xx before we can complete any FM work. XP11 is a moving target. Our flight model is extremely accurate - possibly the most accurate ever - it took us thousands of hours/years of test flights and calibration to get to where we are in v10. For every little change Austin does, the whole aircraft needs a recalibration! If you do not understand t
    -1 points
  23. Yes. These are the types of things the beta team is busy testing against. No one is angry.
    -1 points
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