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  1. Hi With this post, I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to all team members that participated in the making of the IXEG 737. Since I am clueless to whom those individuals are, this post is also generic to the extent that I also want to express my gratitude to all those not mentioned in this post. To the Team and beyond! Thank you, Morten and the development team. Thank you for having the audacity to embark on such a project and whilst I do not know all the names in the group, please feel the gratitude as you would If I had mentioned you by name. Thank yo
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  2. Hello, I found an old Continental 737-SOP (Dated Feb. 2011) and extracted the checklists as well as the Cockpit-Flows. This may help you to get even more realistic operations in your flight-sim. File can be found here: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/37446-ixeg-boeing-737-300-classic-flow-and-checklist/ Cheers Ben
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  3. Tom, glad you took the time to write that. I know you speak on behalf of the vast majority.
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  4. Well said...totally agree!. I just start X-Plane to fly IXEG aircraft...not only for the great model but also for what Jan & Co. make it feeling..like a real thing
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  5. ohh my friend, my eyes hurts reading you re-configure all of your joystick profiles and assignments every time you select a different aircraft for flying. You can create a per aircraft profile, everything gets configured/assigned automatically when you select an aircraft. You may use a plugin like xJoyMap or use a lua script. OptionA. Xjoymap plugin. http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/11720-xjoymap-joystic-to-dataref-mapping/ OptionB. See a lua sctipt example attached i do use. Depending the aircraft you select it will assign everything you like. joystick.lua
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  6. And while everyone waits for 1.1 - here is a little preview of the EGPWS we flesh out more in the next patch:
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  7. What appears easy is not always so. Ground drifting is an exact example of such a thing. This was a six year long project pre release. I don't buy the "handing over a silver platter" argument. For those of you having trouble understanding or refusing to read this topic throughly: The 737 is not officially supported by IXEG in X-Plane 11. You use it there at your own risk, with no support or expectation of it working correctly. Some people have got it working in X-Plane 11 to their satisfaction, others do not. We do not advertise X-Plane 11 compatibility and if you only choose to use it
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  8. It's very very very buggy. It's very very very unfinished. It's very very very cute. It's very very very addictive.
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  9. Yes, this is normal behavior for most airliners (low wing and tail) The technical explanation is; During initial rotation, the elevator/stabilizer will move closer to ground (tail going down). Here there is very turbulent air from the wing downwash. This means that the elevator no longer will be as efficient and you need to apply more elevator to continue rotation A few feet after liftoff, the wing will leave Chord Dominated Ground effect, lift will decrease slightly, and the nose might have a tendency to drop unless you continue to increase AoA. M
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  10. Version 1.0

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    Air China Livery for the IXEG 737 Classic. Simply extract zip file, and copy "Air China" into the "Liveries" folder of your "IXEG 737 Classic". Enjoy and thank you for downloading.
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