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  1. Received this email today from Tanguy. Awesome photo, so I thought I'd share it (with permission) I'm a B737 pilot with more than 1500h on B737/300/400/500W and wanna congrat IXEG for the amazing product you created. Im Very impresed with the fidelity. Still some minor bugs and fix but its awesome. Attached is a pic for you guys. Kind Regards! Tanguy
    48 points
  2. Hello again. I'd like to give another update. During our investigation into updating our NavData to the XP1100 format, it became apparent that this must be the way to go for long-term future compatibility and more reliable route calculations, including holds, but would require a significant rewrite of the FMS base architecture to do so. So over the last 4 weeks, we have done exactly that. We now have the beginnings of a 2nd FMS running in parallel with... but independently of.... our original FMS. We are running 'newFMS' on CDU1 and 'oldFMS' on CDU2. We will NOT be simulating dual FMCs though. This old/new arrangement only exists so we can compare the new with the old while developing the new. It is much like building a new bridge alongside an old bridge...and when the new one is ready, we will remove the old. Much of the challenges we have faced with regards to drawing routes / vnav have been related to the limited nature of the navData format we have used since we began the project. Moving to a format which have been designed expressly for "navigation processing" will go a long way towards easing our algorithm development. The image below shows the two CDUs, both on the "IDENT" page, but clearly displaying differing data as they use differing algorithms/databases....and for those curious, the pilot CDU displays 'odd' formatting simply because we were testing our new display drawing code. We are very excited moving to this new XP1100 format. We have, in 4 weeks, accomplished what took us over 24 months to accomplish originally. Of course we have the benefit of experience, but the elegance and efficiency of the new navData format and architecture allow us to focus on the FMS functionality by orders of magnitude more than before. With the new infrastructure complete, we will begin working on the route editing. The current navData set only supports about 8 different waypoint types. Arcs are not supported, as is common in today's RNAV procedures, but the new format contains all path/terminator types typical in today's procedures. As usual, we thank you for any patience you have managed to muster as we work to improve the IXEG 733. P.S. Jan and myself will be at Flight Sim Expo in Orlando, FL/USA in a few weeks if anyone wants to talk shop. -Tom Kyler
    35 points
  3. First off, on behalf of the teams at Hot Start and X-Aviation, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! The following is a little gift to you from our teams. As many of you may know, Hot Start has been hard at work on a new X-Plane 11 add-on aircraft for the past 3 years, the Hot Start Challenger 650. As with the TBM 900, this aircraft will be released under the Take Command! series, as the simulation merits the label. In fact, the simulation you will experience with this product is to a level of realism never seen before in a consumer based flight simulator, so get ready for some fun! The project is nearing completion and we’re ready to start showing you some of the features you can look forward to in the near future. Hot Start designs products with the goal of making them feel like living, breathing machines, without obscuring the finer details of what goes on “behind the scenes” of the simulation. They're all about learning new things, while having fun at the same time. The Take Command!: Challenger 650 will embody this concept even more than our previous project, the Take Command!: Hot Start TBM 900. Nearly every part of the Challenger 650 simulation has been designed from first principles. Basic laws of physics, such as conservation of energy, momentum, the laws of thermodynamics and much more. Every system is recreated from the ground up in custom code, completely independent of X-Plane’s own platform. But before we get into the convoluted details of systems, let’s first start out with visuals. After all, while the systems and aerodynamics make a simulation enjoyable in the long term, it is the visuals which catch your attention. Now, while the exterior model is quite simply stunning to look at, let me give you some numbers to give context to these images. We have pulled out all the stops on this one and decided to place our minimum supported GPU configuration at a still relatively decent Nvidia GTX 970 or Radeon RX 570. This allowed us to up the detail level quite considerably. All in all, the entire visual model contains over 6.2 million triangles and texture detail that is designed to look great even if you were to walk up close to the fuselage. Click on the image below to see it in all its 4k glory. 3D geometry was used to recreate details such as the downlock assist springs, and even the split pins used to secure safety-critical fasteners in place. This level of detail isn’t achieved at the cost of performance. We make extensive use of the “object-kill” functionality in X-Plane, where we eliminate objects that would otherwise be invisible. For example, when you are inside of the aircraft, we eliminate most of the exterior objects entirely, avoiding the GPU rendering toll, as well as the CPU cost associated with sending out the draw calls for these objects. The theme of exquisite visual detail carries on into the interior of the aircraft. After all, that is where you will be spending the majority of your time. The cockpit, as well as the cabin, have the appearance of a premium luxury product, because that is exactly what business jets are. Copious use of double-stitched leather, soft-touch upholstery and fine wood veneers and finishes. Since business jets get relatively little use (only around 200-300 hours per year), they’re not nearly as scuffed and worn out as a typical airliner. Carrying over the theme of simulating everything down to the finest detail, the night lighting is refined to an insane degree. We’ve simulated every lamp individually in the aircraft. Not just every light in the cockpit panels. Everything, including flood lights, exterior service lights, cabin lights. In all, there are over 330 individual lamps simulated and over 500 dynamic light sources placed throughout the aircraft. Every one of the individual lamps contributes to electrical load on the aircraft’s electrical buses, and then gets summed up in the electrical load on generators and power sources. The avionics are of course an extremely faithful custom recreation of the Collins Pro Line 21 Advanced suite. Taking advantage of modern graphical horsepower, we’ve decided to reproduce the visuals down to being able to discern individual pixels on the screens. One important detail to keep in mind is that these are not just skin-deep fakes, where all we care about is that they look believable on the surface. The avionics are actually separated out into individual computers, each running independent of each other. Each computer runs in its isolated thread and can only exchange data with other computers via simulated serial data buses. When an avionics component wants to communicate, there needs to be a real data bus connecting the two (possibly by traversing over multiple hops on the internal data network), and data needs to be serialized and deserialized from the data bus. So there really are 3 independent FMCs, communicating in real time with each other, sending screen outputs to the separate CDUs, and a myriad of other simulated computers. There are probably well over 50 independent computers running, each handling one aspect of the aircraft’s operation (to tell you the truth, @skiselkov lost count). They only learn of the outside world through simulated sensor inputs (each of which has simulated noise and errors), and then they must make sense and make decisions as best they can from those inputs. None of the computers has access to “hidden knowledge.” As far as they’re concerned, they’re really flying an aircraft and they simply try to do the best job they can. Oh and of course, you can fail each individual component on the aircraft, down to cutting interlink data buses between computers. In all, there are over 1,400 individually programmable failures, which can also be saved into pre-made scenarios and reloaded at will (or shared with others for extra fun!). Yes, you read all of that right. Yes, as stated at the beginning of this announcement, this simulation is that crazy in-depth. Now this writeup is getting a little bit long, so we'll just finish on one more feature set. While we take pride in creating fun and entertaining simulations, another of our key goals is to help users expand their knowledge and appreciation of how real aircraft actually work. To that end, rather than hiding all the systems complexity behind a pretty-looking instrument panel, we take the opposite approach. We want you to see how the “sausage is made.” This is why the aircraft includes lots of “study” displays that show you exactly what the internal state of each system is and most also include thousands of lines of tooltip hints which you can bring up by simply hovering your mouse over a data field. The goal of these displays is to show you how a system works internally, and how it responds when you perform an action as a pilot. Rest assured, we’ve barely scratched the surface here. There’s lots more juicy stuff awaiting exploration in the Take Command!: Hot Start Challenger 650 and we can’t wait to show it all off in the very near future. And now for the most important part... The question that’s probably on everyone’s mind at this point: when can we get our hands on it? Well, at the moment we expect to have you able to fly and experience this amazing Challenger 650 experience on Jan 7, 2022. If for some reason this changes we will give you a heads up, but for now you can go with the assumption this will be the day. We will also be doing daily preview streams like we did with the TBM-900 starting Jan 3, with each stream going for 1 to 1.5 hours. We will send daily reminders to our newsletter list prior to each stream. Each day, we’ll focus on one particular area of the feature set. As complex as this add-on is, we highly suggest you to watch these streams to get a good understanding of what's to come. We're excited. Three years comes down to this, and we can't wait for you all to experience what's been created here. Get ready, and we'll see you on the streams very soon!
    34 points
  4. Hello All. This post will be locked as its only intended for public statement. While many people are aware of the IXEG Development status, many others will not and so this post is intended to provide clarifying information. For a while now, IXEG development has sat relatively idle. The reasons for this are multiple and have been stated in other forums; however, two significant factors contributing to that idleness have since wained and IXEG are looking at how to best move forward with IXEG updates again. There are two areas we are looking at for updates, 3D cabin/doors/animations and the FMS. Regarding the FMS, IXEG are looking at transitioning to the XP1100 Navdata format, which is derived from the ARINC 424 standard. Moving to this dataset format would yield increased accuracy in the representation of procedures and more practical data with which to improve LNAV / VNAV / performance caclulations. If it turns out that porting our code to the new XP1100 format is too cumbersome in the short term, then we will seek to patch what we have now and transition at a later time. The important thing is that IXEG are moving again to improve the FMS. Regarding the 3D, this will be a bit more of a undertaking. The development tools IXEG used for 3D development are nearly fully deprecated and there has been a major transition to newer tools and methods. This necessitates IXEG reconfigure our source material to the new formats and we have a LOT of 3D material to translate. This means that the 3D updates will be longer in coming than the FMS updates. Once the 3D is ported to the new tools though, any updates we implement thereafter would come much quicker, simliar to what was done shortly after our release for those that recall. We apologize for the idle time and appreciate all our customers and any patience you've exercised. We are sincerely committed to making the most immersive and accurate simulation of this aircraft as we can and will continue to push towards that goal, no matter where its end may be. -Tom Kyler
    33 points
  5. Captains, After six years of development the IXEG 737 Classic has been cleared to land! We're officially announcing Saturday, April 23, 2016 as the release date. Thanks to @froogle for also visiting the office to share his enthusiasm of the product and putting a mix on our traditional way of announcing releases! You're awesome, dude! There's been a lot of discussion over the last few years showcasing what to expect from this product, so we won't go too far into that, but I would like to provide a little bit more information for you... Release time: When we make announcements like this we make every attempt to get the product out close to midnight time the day of release. This means for some it may be Friday night if you are located in the USA. I cannot provide an exact time, but I would anticipate a release window between 12am-2am EST. Pricing: We will be announcing price (as we always do) once the product page is up and running. More details about the product as a whole will be there too. Liveries: There will be 20 liveries included upon release. They are: Air Berlin Air France Air Italy America West British Airways Condor Delta Retro Iberia IXEG Jet2 Linjeflyg Lufthansa Lufthansa Retro Norwegian SAS Southwest New Transaero United (tulip) US Air Varig We will be including a paint kit at release time. I want to caution people about attempting to make this thread about livery requests. Within a very short period of time I can promise you will see many free liveries out there on the various download libraries, so don't panic if you're initial request is not present in the above list! Manuals: The package will come with quite a bit of documentation, but we don't want this aircraft to be intimidating. Yes, it's definitely a study level simulation, but the included tutorials come in PDF and video form. While there's a lot to learn, we've made it as interactive and fun as possible for you. Reading big FCOMs can get rather boring to a lot of people, so we hope you enjoy this! We also recommend Mike Rays 737 handbook as a compliment to this product. His book is excellent and works quite nicely as a follow along guide for this product! Server load: I have noted a number of folks concerned about whether we can handle the initial demand. At X-Aviation, we have had some rather big releases in recent time and come to know what to expect pretty well with releases like this. The IXEG 737 release will be no different, and the installer will detect your location and balance the server loads appropriately. We anticipate a very smooth (and fast) experience for our customers. A lot of time is invested from our side to ensure you have a good experience with this! More than anything, and on behalf of @tkyler, @Litjan, @Morten, @Nils, @Ben Russell and myself, we want to say thank you for your continued interest, support, and motivation to keep going on this journey. It's been a long time coming, and our excitement is at an all-time high this week. None of this would be possible with you guys, our fans. Now, plan your routes, sit back, and light up those X-Plane skies with the 737 Classic this weekend! We know you guys will do us proud...you always do! Cheers! Cameron Where is all began years ago...
    33 points
  6. Version 2.3.0

    13,985 downloads

    ATTENTION: To use this aircraft, you must own a X-Aviation product, to get Gizmo plugin. If you don't own one, please don't download this aircraft! P.180 Avanti II for X-Plane 11 - CURRENT VERSION: 2.3.0 (uploaded at: February 25th, 2020) If you want to support P.180 Avanti development, please donate here: PAYPAL v2.3.0 Main Features Compatible only with EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT MODEL (11.40+), capable of flying up to M.67 at altitude. Terrain Radar operation via PFD/MFD buttons. Tablet for aircraft loading (engines must be off and the aircraft stationary), and access to AVITAB. Librain Support. See Change Log for more! If you don't have Gizmo already installed in your X-Plane copy, there is an version of Gizmo in the folder extra files. Put the Gizmo.plugin folder in you X-Plane 11/Resources/plugins folder. If you already have Gizmo, DO NOT SUBSTITUTE the existing one with this. MIGHT BREAK OTHER GIZMO ADDONS!!! If you find reflections too high, in the extra files folders are textures to change that. Copy the low reflections texture into the objects folder, and replace the existing one! v2.2.0.VR NOW VR COMPATIBLE with the help of SimVRLabs! OFFICIAL SUPPORT: Official Bug tracker: https://bitbucket.org/iliastselios/p180_avanti/issues?status=new&status=open Support Forums: DESCRIPTION: As you might already know this aircraft is based on X-Plane's default P.180 Avanti , originally designed for X-Plane 8, was included in X-Plane 9, and from that point has been overhauled to Avanti II version. This is aircraft is totally FREE! It is a "return" to the X-Plane community that supported us those last 4 years that we exist as a development team! This aircraft main features are: High quality visuals, cockpit all new 3D model and textures, including PBR materials. Simulated: a. startup and shutdown procedures b. engine controls and operations c. autopilot controls and operations d. partially operation of the electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, fuel systems. Emulation of Proline 21 avionics suite. Currently there is only one layout that will allow you to operate the aircraft in all scenarios. Many improvements will come in the future. Installation in the 3D cockpit of the default X-Plane 11 FMC. Improved flight characteristics. Internal custom lighting. Of course Avanti development is not stopping here! Actually the overall development will be continuous, and the aircraft will always be in beta stage. Updates and upgrades will be available frequently! Main planned future upgrades are: Adding more functionallity to Proline 21 avionics suite, heading from an emulation to a simulation. Custom NAV maps. Custom FMC. Fully simulation of all systems. New 3D model from ground up. Improved flight model. Avanti EVO. Special thanks to: Austin Meyer for giving his permission to use parts of the Avanti on this project and X-Plane by Laminar Research that gave us this magnificent simulator! The team that originally developed Avanti for X-Plane, Robert Pearson (aerodynamics), Massimo Durando (cockpit & 3D cockpit), and Javier rollon (External Model. JRollonPlanes www.jrollon.com) for his fantastic 3D work. @Hueyman for the propeller 3D model and the prop disc images. Ben Russell of Gizmo64 for his support and that made available to us that powerful tool (aka Gizmo), and Cameron Son of X-Aviation for the support. And of course X-Plane community for the interest in that project and patient to wait to be realized!
    32 points
  7. Updated July 2020, Version 1.33 Hi everyone. While it seems to be the economically "smart" thing to do to NOT talk about the shortcomings of your product (and then sometimes to just ignore the complaints after you cash in the money), we are trying to run things a bit differently here at IXEG. I would therefore like to share a list of things that will NOT be in version 1.3, and also give a little background of why, and wether we are planning to add it later. I will try to make this list as encompassing as possible, if I forget something, please don´t sue me! I will add/remove from this list as warranted. Aircraft visual 3D model Operating doors (passenger, service) - omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. Cargo doors work. Ancilliary vehicles (catering, fuel truck, loading crew) - this is now accomplished by using the XP11 native ground vehicles, the docking locations for those are correctly added in planemaker. Wingflex - not added because its a lot of effort and the real wings don´t flex much. Will be added later, high priority. Fully fleshed out galleys and cabin interior. Omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. For now a basic, low-res placeholder 3D cabin is in place. Cockpit keypad entry mechanism Omitted due to security reasons. Deployable emergency slides.Omitted due to time constraints, planning to add later. Deploying oxygen masks. Omitted due to time constraints, planning to add later. Sound effects/visual model for passengers and their (assumed) behaviour. Too complex a simulation off it´s own, most likely won´t be added for fear of having something repetitive or cheesy. Cabin crew interaction. Omitted due to time constraints. Planning to have basic interaction, for opening doors, for example. Need to get sound-samples first, basic infrastructure in place, though. FMS Pilot entered HOLDS. While we have database-inherent holds (like at the end of a missed approach), we won´t feature the HOLD page where you could enter all sorts of HOLDS. Omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. RTA feature. Omitted due to time constraints, planning to add later, but low priority. OFFSET feature. Omitted due to time constraints,planning to add later, but low priority. ABEAM points (after shortcutting route, for example). Omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. You CAN enter stuff in the FIX page, and "find" a PBD point that way (enter a fix, enter a radial and a distance to see the green radial and distance-circle) Entering descent wind forecast (normal wind entry on PERF INIT page possible). Display of "RTE DATA" on EHSI/map, i.e. showing ETA and restrictions next to waypoint. You can see that on the LEGS page, for now. Omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. Automatic entry of performance data (weight, etc.). We might include that for the "ready to fly" scenario, not decided yet. For now it must be entered manually, if FMS performance assistance is desired (not mandatory). Fully working PROGRESS page - we started to code it, but much of the things shown are placeholders. We expect this to be one of the first things we will add soon after release. Full VNAV functionality for descents with speed and/or altitude restrictions. The FMS gets confused by changing the cruising altitude while enroute and multiple descent restrictions and restrictions of a certain type. Basic unrestricted descents work, though. GUI Dedicated flight-planning software. We feel that this is not necessarily within the scope of our add-on. We model the plane like you get it after delivery from Seattle (+ free lifetime fuel!). There are plenty of flight-planning solutions out there, we include a basic "ballpark" fuel calculator. Complex and visually appealing load+trim software. We feel that clicking empty seats to fill them and pulling sliders to load cargo is fun for a few times - but really all you get is a weight and a center of gravity. And you might just as well set those directly in the gui. We have simple sliders and click-buttons for that (or you can use the default X-Plane menus). No way to output any CDU, EADI or EHSI onto an external device like iPad or such. Would like to have that (especially for cockpit builders), though. Exception: it is possible to use AirFMC, available at the Apple App Store. No pop-out 2D displays of flight instruments/CDU/EFIS to make reading or entering stuff easier, no hiding of yoke to not obscure view. We feel that the ergonomics (or lack of) an airliner cockpit is an important part of the experience, so we don´t want to "help" too much. We have "preview pop-ups" of the EHSI when making changes on the EFIS control panel to help you see if you have the right setup. Other systems Wxr radar returns can only be displayed on the left EHSI/map. Omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. Terrain colour display can only be shown on the left EHSI(map. Omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. Flight attendant panel 1L. Including cabin light switches, ground service switch. Omitted due to time constraints, definitely planning to add later. The ground service switch can be "moved" through a sidebar menu. Operating circuit breaker (CB). We decided that most CBs will never be moved in normal operation. We will add moveable CBs with the yellow collar later (to be used in abnormal situations), and possibly some others as well (standby altimeter vibrator!). Automatic startup/shutdown "macros". Won´t add that. This plane is about realistic operation (it´s not hard!). If not desired, just select "ready to fly" or "turnaround-state". IRS using "false" position. It is not possible to deliberately enter a "false" position and have the IRS align to that. The entry will be rejected unless reasonably close to the real position. In the real plane the GPS would also "correct" your wrong entry (if close enough) or warn you. A position far from the old "shutdown" position would be rejected once. A wrong latitude would be detected during the alignment process...It would be a lot of coding effort to maintain a "wrong" position with the corresponding effects (map-shift, etc.) A dedicated way to fly the same plane together in multiplayer. Note that SmartCopilot has made great progress in making our plane flyable with a crew of 2, and while not perfect yet, it is working very well, going by user reports: http://forums.x-pilot.com/forums/topic/9714-smartcopilot-first-attempt/?page=1 Volume control for radios/navaid ident checking. We have implemented a better volume (more loud), but it can not be adjusted yet. We are trying to be as upfront about the shortcomings of our model as possible. I have myself bought many aircraft for flight-simulations boasting great things, only to be disappointed. I want to avoid that for everyone, so if you find a "must have" feature on this list, I encourage you to hold off on purchase until we added your feature in a later patch. I could make a feature list of things we have that would take you hours to read, but instead you can assume that our plane can do everything that the real one does, except for the things noted above. Cheers, Jan
    32 points
  8. Ok, here's a real report. In the last few days, we have seen very, very few gizmo crashes (from my bad programming) with regards to FMS work. There are a few fringe cases, but they are getting very tough to reproduce and usually come about when you start punching buttons like that kid in the movie, Airplane 2. ...stuff most of you would not do. In prep for the final steps before letting beta folks test it, I have refactored (programmer speak for "cleaned up") the code to be more user friendly towards VNAV predictions and debugging VNAV performance values......and that is what we are currently working on. If you don't plan to use VNAV, well I'm sorry, the FMS was ready for you a long time ago....but once you do learn it, and it actually works as expected, its quite satisfying and fun to experience....hence our efforts to really make it work. So tomorrow I'll be flying some test routes to fine tune the descent code....and if all goes well, we want to let the beta testing folks have a hand at it asap. I think Jan is planning a "full flight" preview, but no promises, I can't speak for him, he may not have plans for that. (no micro-management here). Now I know most folks automatically assume that once a closed 'beta' begins, that will uncover a slew of other bugs, which adds to the development time, but I have to tell you now...that I have NEVER seen a tester like Captain Jan Vogel! (He IS that kid from Airplane 2), except with 100x the knowledge (very dangerous). This guy finds stuff that nobody will EVER try. and when this guy says, "its good for V1.0", then I will challenge the beta guys to find something we don't already know about. Now note I said, "know about". We know there's holes in the FMS, but feel its getting to the point to handle a good 90+% (or better) of use cases. If you are that super hard-core simmer that likes to explore the fringes of FMS usage....well...I'd say, "fly some normal routes first or wait". Work continues daily! -tkyler
    32 points
  9. So we have reached the "minimum" of what we need to put out an update. I want to make sure all understand the nature of this update. It is NOT a major fix of FMS stuff. This update has significance to us as developers, which will lead to significance for customers. From our perspective, its validation of our current toolchain, i.e. we can output code and flight model / 3D changes quickly with modern tools...being that the entire product has been generated from this new toolchain. From the customer perspective, it is mostly compatibility changes to the flight model given the changes in X-Plane 11.5....with a few visual enhancements added-in as able and tweaks to the coroute loaders, scrollwheel support, etc. Those visual enhancements, as of this post are simply some "sharpenings" of the engine 3D/animation and a tweak here or there to some textures. Between now and the update though (occuring soon after 11.50 goes final)....we will try and squeeze in fixes and enhancements as able. I am currently working on the front galley and main door animation...I'd really like to get that squeezed in to the next update if possible. If not, then it will be soon thereafter. We are also perusing some forum posts to see what else we can address in the estimated time-frame before release. I have also begun refactoring my VNAV code...in anticipation of addressing that (and holds) asap after the release. So to recap, the priorities after this update will be FMOD sounds, VNAV and holds. I am optimistic that being back full time on this, we can address the FMS deficiencies in a timely manner and get out some much needed improvements. Again, I am supremely grateful for our patient supporters and we will continue to work on making the IXEG the most immersive airliner simulation available.. -tkyler
    31 points
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  11. Hi everyone, starting today I will aim to make a video every week for your viewing pleasure...talking about IXEG development, flying our aircraft, showing you procedures, techniques and various other stuff. Stay tuned to this channel!
    30 points
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  13. Captains, Within the next 48 hours v1.1 of the IXEG 737 Classic will hit the store and be sent out free of charge to all current customers of the IXEG 737 Classic! We know this has been a long awaited release, and we're really looking forward to getting it into your hands! It's been a long road, but we're now confident with a lot of the work that has taken place over the last year that we can get back to making more frequent updates again on this product. Most importantly, here's what to expect in the update: Added TCAS. Just like in the real airplane, it will show various types of traffic (PROX, TA, RA) and the relative altitude, plus voice callouts and visual aids to avoiding RA traffic. The panel should work as the real one, including TA only, ABV/BLW, STBY, etc. Improved EGPWS. This is enhanced over 1.0.7 - the modes (1-5) should work a lot more closely to how the real modes work, including submodes (i.e. 4A, 4B). There is also a terrain-look-ahead feature that will alert when approaching terrain higher than the aircraft. New panel, new switches, new TERRAIN ON light. New INOP label for FO´s terrain display. Opening cargo doors with door annunciators and 3D cargo holds modeled. Eyebrow windows including selectable sunshade panels (select in preferences menu) Opening cockpit door Now showing current active waypoint distance and ETA on EHSI upper corners in MAP and CTR MAP mode Added increase/decrease map range datarefs A multitude of fixes to FMS stability and LNAV drawing and performance Several texture fixes INOP label for the logo lights if winglets fitted Autopilot fixes (autothrust gain, logic of MA buttons, GS arm logic, cleanup of FMA modes in some circumstances, FL CHG pitch behaviour in MACH regime with turbulence) Several rare gizmo crashes fixed for switches and levers Fixes to headings and bearings shown on FIX INFO and LEGS page (now show correct magnetic tracks) Ground power not showing anymore when booting in turnaround state Fixes to default transition altitude not always showing correctly (still just a crude east/west division) Added realistic way to operate approach speeds on APPROACH page Added failure flag to altimeter when not electrically powered Improved EFIS symbology when IRS units not aligned Fuel gauges now show "lbs" when imperial units are selected LNAV tracking accuracy improved (no more offset flying) Ground model "Ninja fix" when using airplane with XP11 (no full XP11 compatibility yet) Solved numerous situations that would cause the FMS to produce soft crashes in the Gizmo console The aircraft may work in X-Plane11, but we do not officially support it and it may not be truly accurate numbers as you would find flight model wise in X-Plane 10. This is just enough to get by and allow your enjoyment in XP 11. Separate XP11 update will be released at a later point. As is always the case, we thank you so very much for being a customer, and for hanging in there with us during this time period. We are confident you will really enjoy this new update!
    29 points
  14. Hi Everyone! The amount of liveries available in such a short time is just amazing Currently there are in total over 400 liveries available! So, I'm going to do an attempt to try to maintain an alfabetical list here with what is available to make things a bit easier to find. I probably missed a few already, so it would be great if you below can post links to liveries not in the list, then I'll put them in. CURRENTLY 547 liveries AB Airlines https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40022-ab-airlines-b737-300-ixeg/ Aegean http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34244-aegean-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Aegean: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33082-aegean-airlines-737-sx_bgz-ixeg-737-classic/ Aer Lingus https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40438-aer-lingus-b737-300-ixeg/ Aer Lingus (1996): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/31552-ixeg-737-300-aer-lingus-1996-livery/ Aer Lingus (2001): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/31525-ixeg-737-300-aer-lingus-livery-2001/ Aer Lingus (Old) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33500-aer-lingus-old-ixeg-737-ei-bud/ Aeris http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38980-aeris-b737-300-ixeg/ Aero Continente http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38026-aerocontinte-yu-aon-ixeg-737-300/ Aero Contractors http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33697-aero-contractors-uhd-livery-for-ixeg-737/ Aeroflot (1995) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/986-aeroflot-vp-bal/ Aeroflot (3 liveries) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/987-aeroflot-fictional-aeroflot-nord-vp-bkt-nordavia/ Aeroflot Cargo http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33126-aeroflot-cargo-for-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Aerolinas Argentinas (C): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33027-ixeg-737-300-aerolíneas-argentinas-cargo/ Aerolinas Argentinas (New) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33191-ixeg-737-300-aerolineas-argentinas-new-livery/ Aerolinas Argentinas: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32632-ixeg-737-300-aerolíneas-argentinas/ AeroMexico (Classic): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/878-aeromexico-classic/ AeroMexico (New): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/852-aeromexico-new-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ AeroMexico: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/841-ixeg-737-300-aeromexico/ Aerosur https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/43659-ixeg-737-300-aerosur-livery-potro/ Aigle Azur https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39812-aigle-azur-b737-300-ixeg/ Air 2000 https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40024-air-2000-b737-300-ixeg/ Air Afrique https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40044-air-afrique-b737-300-ixeg/ Air Algerie http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34280-air-algerie-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Air Austral http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1009-air-austral-livery-f-odzy-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Air Baltic http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/31545-airbaltic-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Air Baltic http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/37120-ixeg-733-airbaltic-2017-livery/ Air Baltic http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/35351-airbaltic-yl-bbk-for-ixeg-737/ Air Baltic: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/806-airbaltic-ixeg-b737-300/ Air Berlin DEFAULT Air Berlin (old) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33307-air-berlin-old-ixeg-737-d-adib/ Air Berlin: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/902-air-berlin/ Air Bucharest http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1017-air-bucharest-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Air Cal (1982) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/42558-ixeg-737-aircal-1982/ Air Canada (New) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36296-air-canada-new-ixeg-737-300-fictional-livery-c-gqcp/#comment-60767 Air Canada (Pack) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33387-air-canada-livery-package-for-ixeg-737-300/ Air Child http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/888-air-child-ixeg-737-classic-livery/ Air Child: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/888-air-child-ixeg-737-classic-livery/ Air China: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/950-air-china-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Air Contractors: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/862-air-contractors-ireland-ixeg-b737-300/ Air Costa Rica https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39109-air-costa-rica-b737-300-ixeg/ Air Europa 1 http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33388-air-europa-ixeg-737-300/ Air Europa 2: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/911-air-europa-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ Air Europa 3: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/901-air-europa-ec-gmy-year-2002/ Air Europe: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/916-air-europe-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ Air Foyle-Sunjet https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39540-air-foyle-sunjet-b737-300-ixeg/ Air France DEFAULT Air Gabon https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40042-air-gabon-b737-300-ixeg/ Air Greece https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/43774-ixeg-b733-air-greece-livery/ Air Holland http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33737-air-holland-ixeg-737-300-ph-oza/ Air Italy DEFAULT Air Jamaica: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/871-ixeg-737-300-9y-jma-air-jamaica-fictional-livery/ Air Kyrgyzstan: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/885-air-kyrgyzstan-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ Air Malta (Old) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36435-air-malta-old-9h-adn-ixeg-737-300-livery/ Air Namibia https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/45175-air-namibia-b737-300-ixeg/ Air New Zealand http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34004-air-new-zealand-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Air New Zealand (Black): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/949-anz_blackzip/ Air New Zealand (Holidays): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/912-air-new-zealand-holidays/ Air New Zealand (Stripes): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/867-air-new-zealand-stripes-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Air New Zealand: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/842-ixeg-air-new-zealand-livery/ Air Nippon (Dolphin) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34593-air-nippon-island-dolphin-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ Air North/Yukon: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32525-lufthansa-retro-bare-metal-liverys-ixeg-737-300/ Air One http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34007-airone-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Air One: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32974-airone-livery-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Air Panama http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38996-air-panama-b737-300-ixeg/ Air Polonia https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39814-air-polonia-b737-300-ixeg/ Air Sahara http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34261-air-sahara-india-vt-say ixeg-b737-300/ Air Ukraine http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36983-ixeg-737-300-ukraine-intl-airlines-ur-gba/ AirClass https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39813-airclass-b737-300-ixeg/ ALAS Uruguay: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/811-alas-uruguay-ixeg-b737-300/ Alaska (Aladdin) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36735-alaska-aladdin-theme-n706as-ixeg-737-300-fictional-livery/#comment-212119 Alaska (Love) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40829-ixeg-737-repaint-librea-livery-alaska-airline-more-to-love/ Alaska (Love) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40829-ixeg-737-repaint-librea-livery-alaska-airline-more-to-love/ Alaska (old): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/828-ixeg-737-300-alaska-airlines-old-fictional-n626as/ Alaska Airlines (New): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/863-alaska-new-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Albania Airlines https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40214-albanian-airlines-ixeg-737/ AlbaStar https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/44420-albastar-ixeg-boeing-737-300sf-ec-lkb/ Albawings http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33281-albawings-ixeg-737/ Aloha Cargo http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34441-aloha-cargo-boeing-737-300-n301kh-ixeg/ America 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http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/933-ana-gold-for-ixeg-737-300/ ANA (Wings): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/931-ana-b737-300-for-ixeg/ ANA (Wings)2: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/915-ixeg-b737-300-ana-wings/ Ansett (1980's): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/805-ixeg-737-300-ansett-1980s/ Ansett (1985): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32723-ansett-australia-1985-ixeg-737-300/ Ansett (1991): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/875-ansett-australia-1991-ixeg-737-300/ Ansett (2000) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32536-ixeg-b737-ansett-australia-2000s/ Ansett (Retro): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/947-ansett-australia-70s-retro/ Ansett (VH-CZI): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/845-ansett-australia-vh-czi-for-ixeg-b733/ Ansett (VH-CZJ): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/847-ansett-australia-vh-czj-for-ixeg-b733/ Ansett New Zealand: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/874-ansett-new-zealand-ixeg-737-300/ Arkefly http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34035-leased-arkefly-for-the-ixeg-733/ Asiana https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/42975-ixeg-737-classic-asiana-airlines-boeing-737-58e-hl7232/ ASL http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33349-asl-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ ASL Ireland http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38991-asl-ireland-b737-300-ixeg/ ATA http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38594-ixeg-737-300-ata/ Australian Air Express: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/804-vh-xml-australian-air-express-for-the-ixeg-737/ Australian Airlines: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/895-australian-airlines-ixeg-737-300/ Australian: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/807-ixeg-737-300-australian/ Austrian Airlines: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32457-ixeg-737-300-austrian-liveries/ Avia Traffic https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39108-avia-traffic-b737-300-ixeg/ Avia Traffic Co https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/42695-avia-traffic-company-737-300-n554ms/ Aviaco (Retro) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/42637-eulllin-ixeg-737-300-aviaco-retro-ficticio-clasic-super-dirt-sucio-librea-livery/ Aviacsa http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34096-aviacsacom-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Avid Aviator https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40328-coca-cola-v1-ixeg-737-300/ Aviolet: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/829-aviolet-ixeg-b737-300/ Azul Cargo https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/43424-ixeg-737-classic-azul-cargo-livery/ Bahamas Air 2: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/920-ixeg-737-300-bahamas-air-c6-bfe-livery/ Bahamas Air: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/942-bahamasair-ixeg-737-classic-livery/ Belavia (New) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1049-ixeg-737-300-belavia-new-colors-fictional/ Belavia 2: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/892-belavia-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ Belavia: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/910-belavia-for-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Blue Air: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32762-blue-air-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Blue Express http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34162-blu-express-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Blue Panorama http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32634-blue-panorama-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Bluebird Cargo https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40419-ixeg-737-300-bluebird-cargo-tf-bbe/ BMI Baby: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/812-bmi-baby-g-toyf-for-ixeg-737-classic/ BOA Bolivian http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1012-boliviana-de-aviacion-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Boeing Factory Primer http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33911-bare-metal-factory-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Boeing House: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32939-boeing-house-livery-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ BRA Brazil http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34705-737-300-ixeg-textura-bra/ Braathens https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/45181-ixeg-737-300-braathens-livery/ Braathens (SE-DUS): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/864-braathens_se-dus_clean-and-dirty-ixeg-b737-300/ Braathens SAFE: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/856-braathens-safe-ixeg-737-300/ Britannia (Eurowhite) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36590-britannia-airways-eurowhite-ixeg-737-300/ Britannia 2: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33079-ixeg-737-300-britannia-airways/ Britannia Retro: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/951-britannia-retro-ixeg-737-300/ British Airways DEFAULT British Airways (Dan-Air) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40445-british-airways-dan-air-b737-300-ixeg/ British Airways (Landor 2): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/833-ixeg-737-300-british-airways-landor/ British Airways (Landor): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/860-british-airways-landor-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ British Midland: 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BBJ: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/905-private-canadian-ixeg-737-300-bbj/ Private N260DV http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38020-n260dv-privateorlando-magic-ixeg-737-300-livery/#comment-216644 Private N732KA http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38023-n732ka-pirvate-charter-ixeg-737-300-livery/#comment-216604 Puma Air http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38005-puma-air-ixeg-737-300-livery/ Puma Air https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/41089-ixeg-737-300-puma-air-pr-glk/ Qantas http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34075-qantas-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Qantas (1995): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/872-qantas-1995-ixeg-737-300/ Qantas (2016): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32717-qantas-2016-ixeg-737-300/ Qantas (Retro Roo II) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33360-qantas-retro-roo-ii-ixeg-737-300/ Qantas (Retro) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33351-qantas-retro-ixeg-737/ Qantas (StarTrack) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34283-qantas-freight-startrack-boeing-737-376-vh-xmo-ixeg/ Qantas: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/813-qantas-ixeg-737/ Queenslander http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1097-ixeg-b733-queenslander/ Rayani Air http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/37588-rayani-air-ixeg-737/ Republique du Niger https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/42507-republique-du-niger-old-paint-for-ixeg-737/ Rio Cargo http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34519-ixeg-737-300-rio-cargo-livery/ Rio-Sul https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/41164-ixeg-737-300-rio-sul-pt-ssp/ Rio-Sul (fictional) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39170-rio-sul-ixeg-737-fictional/ Royal Air Maroc http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34518-royal-air-maroc-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Royal Australian Airforce: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/873-royal-australian-air-force-ixeg-737-300/ Ryanair http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34018-ryanair-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Ryanair (Hertz) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38477-ryanair-737-300-hertz-fictional/ Ryanair (Jaguar) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40978-ixeg-737-repaint-librea-livery-jaguar-ryanair-xplane11/ Ryanair (Santa Claus) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40836-ixeg-737-repaint-librea-livery-ryanair-santa-claus/ Ryanair (yellow): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32759-ryanair-g-bzzj-livery-ixeg-737-300/ Ryanair: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32546-ixeg-737-300-ryanair-fictional-ei-sev/ S7: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32548-s7-ixeg-737-300/ SA Express https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39112-sa-express-b737-300-ixeg/ SAA (Springbok) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/974-saa-flying-springbok-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Sabena (1998) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39535-sabena-oo-syb-1998-b737-300-ixeg/ Sabena: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32620-ixeg-737-300-sabena/ Saeta Equador: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33103-boeing-737-300-saeta-ecuador-n375ta-ixeg/ Saga http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38319-saga-ixeg-737-300/ Saga Interstellar http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38269-ixeg-737-interstellar-saga/ Saha https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/43453-saha-caspain-airlines-b737-300/ SAS DEFAULT SAS (70 aniversary) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1014-sas-70-years-celebration-fictional-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ SAS (Retro): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/929-ixeg-737-sas-livery/ SATA (Fly Azores) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33684-sata-fly-azores-uhd-ixeg-livery/ Seahawks 12th man http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38371-ixeg-737-300-seattle-seahawks-12th-man/ Shanghai Airlines http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33469-shanghai-airlines-livery-for-ixeg-737-300/ Sideral https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39104-sideral-cargo-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Sideral (Cargo) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/35024-boeing-sideral-air-cargo-skin-for-ixeg-b733/ Sideral (Cargo) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38974-sideral-air-cargo-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Sideral Air Cargo https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38974-sideral-air-cargo-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ SkyEurope http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36576-skyeurope-older-livery-ixeg-733/ SkyExpress: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/909-skyexpress-for-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Skywest Australia http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/994-skywest-australia/ Skywest Australia http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/994-skywest-australia/ Small Planet: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/824-small-planet-airlines-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ SmartWings http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38061-smartwings-ixeg-737-300-livery/ Sobelair (1990s) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40434-sobelair-late-1990s-b737-300-ixeg/ Sobelair (2000s) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40436-sobelair-early-2000s-b737-300-ixeg/ South African: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/814-ixeg-737-300-south-african-zs-sbb/ Southwest (Ariel one) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38951-ixeg-737-300-swa-ariel-one-fictional-livery/ Southwest (Beats) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1019-ixeg-737-southwest-beats/ Southwest (California) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/900-southwest-airlines-california-one-flagship-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Southwest (Canyon) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/851-ixeg-737-300-southwest-n315sw/ Southwest (Canyon): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/894-southwest-airlines-canyon-blue-737-3h4-n622sw/ Southwest (Dessert) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/822-southwest-desert-gold-livery-boeing-733-ixeg/ Southwest (Frozen One) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38603-ixeg-737-300-frozen-one-southwest-airlines-fictional/ Southwest (Frozen) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38603-ixeg-737-300-frozen-one-southwest-airlines-fictional/ Southwest (Illinois) http://forums.x-pilot.com/forums/topic/10692-heavy-metal-southwest-illinois-one/ Southwest (Lone Star): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/853-ixeg-737-classic-southwest-lone-star/ Southwest (Lone Star): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/948-southwest-airlines-lone-star-one-737-3h4-n352sw/ Southwest (old): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/803-ixeg-737-300-southwest-old-livery-n368sw-livery/ Southwest (Shamu 1): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/881-ixeg-737-300-southwest-shamu-one-n334sw-livery/ Southwest (silver) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/35555-ixeg-737-300-southwest-airlines-silver-one/ Soutwest (New) DEFAULT Sriwijaya Air http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1016-sriwijaya-air-old-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Sun Country 2: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/913-sun-country-b733-for-ixeg/ Sun Country: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/923-sun-country-b737-300-for-ixeg/ SunExpress http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36914-ixeg-737-classicline-sunexpress-livery-update-101/ SunExpress (Germany) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38489-ixeg-737-sunexpress-deutschland-livery-100/ Sunwing: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/944-sunwing-ixeg-737-300/ Surinam Airways http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/35473-surinam-airways-ixeg-737-classic/ Swift Air http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/35431-swift-air-ixeg-737-classic/ Swiftair http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39031-ixeg-737-300-swiftair-swt/&_fromLogin=1 Swiftair (White) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39614-b737-300-swiftair-white-swt-ixeg/ SWISS http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1013-swiss-fictional-livery-for-ixeg-737-classic/ T-04 Republica Argentina http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38921-boeing-737-300-ixeg-t-04/ TAA (Retro): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33070-taa-retro-ixeg-737/ TAA: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33107-taa-trans-australia-airlines-737-300-ixeg/ Taesa https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39133-taesa-b737-300-ixeg/ TAP Air Portugal (new) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39086-tap-portugal-ixeg-737-300-fictional/ TAP Air Portugal (old) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39095-tap-air-portugal-cs-tia-ixeg-737-300/ Tarom http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/969-tarom-737-300-ixeg-yr-bge/ Tarom (Retro) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1002-ixeg-737-300-tarom-old-livery/ TEA Switzerland https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39152-velvet-sky-b737-300-ixeg/ Thai Express https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40109-thai-express-air-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Thomas Cook https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40268-thomas-cook-b737-300-ixeg/ Thomson (Dreamliner): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/832-ixeg-737-300-thomson-dreamliner/ Thomson: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/808-thomson-g-thoh-for-ixeg-737-classic/ Tigerair Australia http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/992-tigerair-australia/ Titan Airways http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34709-titan-airways-new-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Titan Aiways http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/973-titan-airways-royal-mail-service-ixeg-737-300/ Titan: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32554-titan-airways-livery-for-ixeg-737/ TNT 1: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/890-tnt-ixeg-737-300-alternate-version/ TNT 2: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/883-tnt-ixeg-737-300/ TNT 3 http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/882-tnt-oo-tng/ TNT 4 http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34359-tnt-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Toll Freight http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34084-toll-freight-boeing-737-3s1-zk-tle-ixeg/ Tor Air https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40107-tor-air-b737-300-ixeg/ Trans European https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39149-trans-european-b737-300-ixeg/ Transaero DEFAULT Transavia http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33721-transaviacom-for-the-ixeg-737-300/ Transavia http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34122-transavia-new-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Transavia (2005) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/35955-ixeg-b737-300-transavia-2005/ Transavia (NC) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34037-transavia-nc-for-the-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ TransBrasil http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34703-737-300-ixeg-textura-transbrasil/ Transbrasil: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/849-transbrasil-pt-tej-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ Travel Service http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36648-travel-service-ha-lkb-ixeg-737-300-fictional-livery/ Trawel Fly https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40094-trawel-fly-g-strj-b737-300-ixeg/ Trigana https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40103-trigana-air-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Trump https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/44932-ixeg-trump-pence-n752ma/ TUI Fly: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33077-ixeg-737-tuifly-livery/ TUIfly.com http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34195-tuiflycom-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Tunisair https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39492-tunisair-b737-300-ixeg/ Turkish (2 liveries): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/827-turkish-airlines-liveries-for-ixeg-737-300-classic/ Turkmenistan http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33960-turkmenistan-ixeg-737-300/ Ukraine Cargo https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/42979-ukraine-cargoixeg737/ Ukraine: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/959-ukraine-international-airlines-ur-gah-ixeg-737-300/ United (Blue stripes) DEFAULT United (Current): http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32576-ixeg-737-300-united-currentfictional-n38727-livery/ United (Grey): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/810-n346ua-ixeg-737-united-airlines-battleship-grey-livery/ United (Rainbow) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/36736-united-airlines-rainbow-large-text-n384ua/ United (Retro) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33946-ixeg-737-united-airlines-retro/ UPS (old) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/967-ups-old-ixeg-737-300/ UPS: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/958-ups-ixeg-737-300/ US Air DEFAULT US Airways (Blue) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40876-ixeg-737-300-us-airways-blue-livery/ USA Jet http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/966-usa-jet-airlines/ USA Jet http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/1085-usa-jet-airlines-fictitious-livery-v10/ USAF C40B: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/839-ixeg-737-300-usaf-c-40b-fictional-10041-vip-livery/ USAir (1980's) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/924-ixeg-737-300-usair-1980s-allegheny-inspired/ USAir (1990's) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39409-ixeg-737-300-us-air-90s-livery/ Varig http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38970-varig-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Varig DEFAULT Varig (FIFA 1998) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/41088-ixeg-737-300-varig-1998-fifa-world-cup/ Varig (PP-VOG) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40333-varig-pp-vog-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300-xp-11/ Varig (PP-VOH) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/984-varig-pp-voh-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ Varig (PP-VQN) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40756-varig-pp-vqn-ixeg/ Varig (PP-VQO) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40749-varig-pp-vqo-ixeg/ Varig (retro): http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/838-varig-pp-vnv-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ Varig (White) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38975-varig-boeing-737-300-ixeg/ Variglog (Azul) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34015-variglog-azul/ Variglog (cargo) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33591-ixeg-variglog-737-300f/ VASP (PP-SFN) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32699-vasp-pp-sfn-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ VASP (PP-SOU) http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/848-vasp-pp-sou-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ VASP: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/868-vasp-pp-sfn-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ Velvet Sky https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39152-velvet-sky-b737-300-ixeg/ Veterans Day https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40869-veterans-day-livery-ixeg-737-300/ Virgin America http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/33692-ixeg-737-virgin-america-livery/ Virgin Australia: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/943-virgin-australia-ixeg-737-300/ Virgin Blue https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/40200-virgin-bluefictional/ Virtuel Pilots Caribbean https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/41320-virtual-pilots-of-the-caribbean-repaint-ixeg-737-300/ Viva Air http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/34725-viva-air-skin-for-ixeg-boeing-737-300/ Vivaerobus: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/840-ixeg-737-300-vivaerobus/ Webjet (Avatar) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/41415-ixeg-737-300-webjet-avatar-pr-wjn/ Webjet (new colors) https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/39167-ixeg-737-300-webjet-new-color-pr-wja/ Webjet: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/32455-webjet-ixeg-737-300/ Western (metal) http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/38064-western-bare-metal-ixeg-737-300-livery-xp11-only/#comment-217002 Western Pacific (Simpsons) 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  15. Generally, we don't comment on other designers work. We are confident that the quality of our aircraft is good enough to stand it's ground nicely on it's own. Besides, our view is that the more other quality aircraft there is for X-Plane (freeware or payware) the better for everyone. The real competitors are other platforms, and we hope that both the x737 and IXEG 737 will help attract more users to X-Plane -> which again will attract more designers... etc.
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  16. Been a while since an update. After reaching a natural break point in the VNAV work at the beginnig of the year, the 733 work has since been waiting in the wings. A few things happened since the last report. 1) I've been working with Laminar for some projects that will eventually make its way into XP12. 2) I wrapped up all my other non xplane contract work so that I now only work on my X-Plane projects full time and 3) I reprioritized my MU2 project as my highest priority now that I'm back developing for xplane full time. I am targeting releasing my MU2 later this year. Progress on that is described elsewhere in these forums...so those wondering what I'm doing if I'm working full time XPlane....then the Mu2 is the answer. Getting the MU2 update out of the way (being long overdue as a 13 year old product) will allow me to resume the 733 work in earnest. A lot of good things have come out of my work for Laminar and the MU2 work that will allow us to improve the 733 in lots of ways, not only the FMS, but also targeting -400 / -500 variants, wing flex and simply improving the product all around. The 733 will not be abandonware...no more so than the MU2, which I've maintained for nearly 15+ years. When it gets in turn in rotation after the MU2 release later this year, it will be front and center for me for quite some time after. -tkyler
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  17. So this is a heads up that it might go quiet for a few weeks. Not because we're not working on it, we definitely are, but the conversion of sounds to FMOD is going to be a very intense task. We wrote our own sound engine before X-Plane adopted FMOD....and our system is quite versatile and very quick to add sounds in code, but its also based on OpenAL, which is going away in XPlane 12 IIRC. Now we could probably distribute an openAL DLL as a solution; however, that is probably asking for more trouble trying to play alongside X-Plane's FMOD sandbox....so we might as well tough-it-up and make the change. We have over 1400 lines of code that control various sounds in the sim...and we have to go through each of these situations, audit the behaviors and then port that behavior to FMOD...probably having to write new code just to drive the FMOD inputs. In the same way we ported the 3D, we will chip away each day on this task until its done and report back as we progress. -tkyler
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  18. I never get tired of looking at XP's lighting. It's just so realistic! Not sure if I counted them correct, but the 737 has about 18 (!) different lightsources inside the cockpit that you individually can adjust to your liking. Great way to waist time during a long cruise at night
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  19. Hello Captains, I know a lot of you enjoy seeing some form of progress, so I'm providing you with a few screenshots showing off the exterior of the 737 Classic. As per usual, everything is a work in progress, but I hope you enjoy! Remember to click on the images to see a slightly larger version!
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  20. Hi all. This COVID thing has affected my employment and sent me in a different direction.....full time back on X-Plane! (note...I work on more than just the 737 though) We are working on the update every day as of late; however, we are still going to wait for some 11.50 stability before we release. In the meantime, we're cleaning up things we feel we can without putting the plane in the hangar with the major renovations like the FMS/holds/VNAV. We are back in the FMS code somewhat though and have made the coroutes loading more robust. We will be including that folder in our update so as to not cause confusion, but we also now support about 6 flight plan formats, X-Plane 10/11 (*.fms), PMDG and Quality Wings (*.rte), X-FMC (*.fpl), FSX (*.pln) and AirbusX (*.flp). Like the real FMS, if a waypoint can't be located because of database incompatibilities with the flight plan, then the FMS loads what it can until encountering such a point and then provides the message, "PARTIAL ROUTE LOADED". I was testing this code with random format downloads from Flight plan database...and nearly all of those flight plans contain out of date data, so getting the FMS to load a full route was a challenge. I had to go in and hand edit the flight plan files to 'up-to-date' data. Once done though, they can be saved through the FMS as before. These coroute. loaders do not load SIDs/STARS, only the enroute portions, which is typical. As time goes on, I'll continue to work on improving the route editing, which will have applicability for the holds and eventual "in air" vnav entries. More to follow as we get closer to our release point. -tkyler
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  21. Ok, you guys are getting to me . This is what I wrote to our testers when we started internal testing of 1.1 in October: Hello testers, we have some new things in 1.1 and a lot of bugfixing. Here is a list of what is new in 1.1: TCAS. Just like in the real airplane, it will show various types of traffic (PROX, TA, RA) and the relative altitude, plus voice callouts and visual aid to avoiding RA traffic. The panel should work as the real one, including TA only, ABV/BLW, STBY, etc. EGPWS. This is enhanced over 1.0.7 - the modes (1-5) should work a lot more closely to how the real modes work, including submodes (i.e. 4A, 4B). There is also a terrain-look-ahead feature that will alert when approaching terrain higher than the aircraft. New panel, new switches, new TERRAIN ON light. Opening cargo doors and 3D holds modeled. Eyebrow windows including selectable sunshade panels (select in preferences menu) Opening cockpit door To be implemented before release: Opening passenger and service doors Now showing current active waypoint distance and ETA on EHSI upper corners in MAP and CTR MAP mode added increase/decrease map range datarefs 1.1 also includes a bunch of fixes: A multitude of fixes to FMS stability and LNAV performance Several texture fixes INOP label for the Logo Lights if winglets fitted Autopilot fixes (autothrust gain, logic of MA buttons, GS arm logic, cleanup of FMA modes in some circumstances, FL CHG pitch behaviour in MACH regime with turbulence, dual AP go-around behaviour above 400 feet, second AP engage possible while LOC only armed) Several rare gizmo crashes fixed for switches and levers Fixes to headings and bearings shown on FIX INFO and LEGS page (now show correct magnetic tracks) Ground power not showing anymore when booting in turnaround state fixes to default transition altitude not always showing correctly (still just a crude east/west division) Added realistic way to operate approach speeds on APPROACH page Added failure flag to altimeter when no elec power improved EFIS symbology when IRS units not aligned Fuel guages now show "lbs" when imperial units are selected LNAV tracking accuracy improved (no more offset flying) Fixes for textures turning "the wrong way" on some knobs In the meantime we have also added some more stuff to make our plane work better with XP11 (note that we are still not claiming compatibility, yet): Fix for some cases of hypoxia blackout in XP11 Fix for "airplane rolling away on sloped ramp in cold and dark" in XP11 There are some things that won´t make 1.1, but are not forgotten! Holds (user entered) RTE DATA on EHSI Solid fuel and time prediction for LEGS and PROG page OFFSET feature VNAV reliability I will add some screenshots later to show some of this stuff... Jan
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  22. Hi everyone, I would like to share my (somewhat emotional) own personal farewell to the 737 I flew for 10 years here at Lufthansa. I started out as a First Officer in 1996, flying -300, - 400 and -500 variants. Later the -400s where phased out. In 2002 I transferred to the 747-400, and in 2008 I came back as a Captain to my beloved 737. I got to fly it until 2012, when, with the reduction in numbers, I was transferred to the A320 family. Last Saturday saw the last commercial flight of a 737 in Lufthansa service, but the plane has a huge following among "Lufhanseats", and we were not willing to just let it go like that. So together with the 737-fleet administration a plan was made to bid farewell to the 737 in style. Two 737-300´s were scheduled to fly to Heviz, Hungary (the "FlyBalaton" airport) on November, 1st - spend the night there and then fly back to Frankfurt on the 2nd. After that there was a farewell event in one of the huge maintenance hangars on the airport. Here are some pics: Checking in at the airport: A booklet we got and my ticket: Arriving at the D-ABEC "Karlsruhe": Landing/turnoff light assembly: Our head of fleet, who flew us to Heviz: Me getting on board (I hate sitting in the back!): Taxiing out, we saw the second aircraft to follow us an hour later, D-ABEK: Arriving in Heviz, after backtracking we were greated by "water fountains" from the fire-trucks! The Heviz airport: Some detail shots in the afternoon sun: Even the mayor of Heviz came out to greet us (and he brought some local liqueur!) Malev flies 737s (or used to?): After a nice celebration dinner in a downtown hotel, meeting with many colleagues and friends and a whole evening of "talking 737" we headed back out to the airport the next morning. Our two fine "Bobbies" waiting for us on the apron: "Fanhansa" D-ABEK: My old office Departure over Lake Balaton, so lifevest mandatory! And getting off the 737 for the last time :-(((( After we arrived, there was the farewell celebration in the hangar: They REALLY polished good old "Neubrandenburg" D-ABEN: And our CEO and my former flight-school classmate Carsten Spohr had some nice things to say about the 737 (even though he only flew 320s): Finally they pulled the plane out of the hangar in a symbolic "roll-out". The aircraft will be flown to the U.S. over the next few weeks, some of them will continue to fly there. So if you see any of them, give them my best... https://youtu.be/18qiHDDA-DU Good-Bye, Bobby! Jan
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  23. Sunset over the Norwegian mountains during LNAV/VNAV testing.
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  24. A new video from Nils has been posted showing off flap vortices for the 737 Classic! Check it out below!
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  25. Captains, It's with a lot of excitement that I get to announce this product officially now! Back in 2008 we started X-Aviation with the MU-2 as our first product for sale, and now we're re-inventing it with this beautiful new version. Many people in the X-Plane community found the original v1 we sold as one of their very first payware aircraft back in the day. Today will be the first of a series of progress updates leading up to the forthcoming release of the Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 Marquise 2.0 simulation for X-Plane. Since its beginnings in 2005, the MU2 has been a labor of love by @tkyler and has been nursed for 13 years and for the upcoming 2.0 release, has incorporated the latest X-Plane features. The MU2 is poised to last for many more years to come and certainly through future versions of X-Plane. We are also pleased to announce all previous owners of v1 will be receiving an upgrade discount to v2! The MU-2 is a perfect GA airplane to have in your hangar and get you around X-Plane quickly when you need to feed your flight simulation addiction and actually cover some ground but don't feel like flying tube-liners. With its distinctive profile, engine sound and a cruise speed of 270+ knots, it can cover a lot of X-Plane scenery in a simulator session and have you off the computer before dinner time. In this first report, we'll discuss the most obvious improvement in version 2.0, the visual 3D model and textures. When looking at the MU2 Version 1.0 series 3D, it it quite apparent that there was major room for improvement (mind you this was X-Plane 9 days). As it turned out, trying to remodel the existing 3D was not a viable option and the 2.0 version had to be completely redone from scratch. There are a few noteworthy factors that have enabled the improvements to the 3D detail. Major advancements in Blender 3D, the modeling tool used as well as advancements to the exporter by Laminar, have facilitated a painless workflow between Blender and X-Plane, allowing focus on the geometric detail. In addition, the capability of today's graphic cards to handle fantastic numbers of polygons and high-resolution texture sets have really taken the visual aspect of flight-simming to a level barely imaginable a decade ago. The first order of business was to increase the geometric fidelity of the model and get the challenging shapes and curves more accurate. It is a difficult aircraft to get to look right. Increased geometric fidelity results in much sharper and crisper detail at close camera angles and generally a more natural look all-around. The two images below shows the Version 1.0 3D model against the Version 2.0 3D model. Version 1.x Wireframe Version 2.0 Wireframe If you study the two images above, you will see version 2.0 has a higher density 3D model all around; however, note the darker areas of the 3D wireframe mesh. These are areas where higher 3D detail has been applied in order to achieve sharper visual results that reflect light more realistically as you move the camera around. The traditional way such details are added is through the use of higher resolution texture "decals", much like the decals on plastic models. While decals are a great technique and absolutely useful, they do lack the accuracy of subtle light interaction around geometric edges at closer camera angles. Lighting details on 3D edges have always been one of those areas that make the difference between a fake looking 3D model and one that comes alive. The image below shows a few areas where the 3D detail makes a difference to the lighting. Though higher detail is applied where it counts, it wasn't added where not needed, yielding an efficient 3D model that is very performant in X-Plane. With the 3D detail in place, you have to bring it alive with texturing. X-Plane's PBR (Physically Based Rendering) has always yielded a wonderfully crisp and beautiful color palette when taken to its limits, and X-Plane 12 looks to improve that even more when it arrives. One critical component of believable texturing is a solid implementation of what is known as 'ambient occlusion', or AO as 3D artists like to say. AO is a phenomenon where light loses energy as it bounces around into corners, resulting in darker corners and recesses. Below is a comparison of a 3D model with and without ambient occlusion. The results are quite stark! AO in real time for lots of 3D polygons is still quite performance heavy. X-Plane actually has a small bit of real time AO between the ground and airplane when in HDR mode. You may note the subtle darkening of the ground around the landing gear tires sometime as aircraft taxi; however, X-plane provides no AO effects for aircraft. We obtain this AO effect by "painting" the shadowing into our textures. This is a process known as "baking" in the 3D community and our 3D software tools actually do most of the painting work for us. By baking AO effects into our textures, we can achieve a much more realistic lighting look throughout the 3D model. Baking AO lighting though is a bit of an art and can be a bit time consuming but when done well, the results are quite immersive! AO really shines when applied to interior spaces, giving lots of visual depth and avoiding that flat, cartoony look. When all of the 3D elements come together: the geometric 3D detail, attentive ambient occlusion effects, PBR texturing and X-Plane's great PBR engine, the results are exactly what we've been waiting for 13 years! A SPECIAL NOTE is warranted about this last screenshot. We include it because it shows the 3D detail and texturing in the cockpit at its best! However, the G500/600 GLASS display shown will NOT be included with the MU2 purchase. It is a separate product available by Real Sim Gear through X-Aviation, but for those folks who wish to have some glass in their MU-2, then you'll be happy to know that we support it fully and it will be available straightaway when the MU2 is release for owners of the Real Sim Gear G500! In our next progress update, we'll talk about the cockpit variants, controls and animations and how they play a major role in our immersion! Until next report, Blue Skies and tailwinds!
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  26. Eyebrow windows as seen from the inside. Some effort was spent at making the shades cast a greenish glow when hit by sunlight.
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  27. Hello all. Those who have followed know that the IXEG 737 develoment has been stagnant for a long time while I've worked on my MU-2 project and stabilize it after the release. That stabilization phase is nearly done. XP12 is imminent and I'll be porting the MU2 to XP12 beginning next week...and it should not be terribly long (I hope). After that, the 733 will move back into rotation as the primary focus of development with the port to v12 being the first priority. The IXEG is minimally operable in V12, but that's all we can say. We obviously had to make it baseline flyable in order to test/develop it with all the XP12 changes, which have yet to be addressed. As such, our official position for those who wish to try the V11 IXEG in V12 is "VFR joyriding only". I expect we'll set up a 'volunteer forum' where folks can give feedback as to their V12 observations as its better to have more eyes on this stuff; however, we request that nobody report any shortcomings of the V11 733 in V12. We are keenly aware of a lot of things that have to be changed....so we'll want to wait until we believe we've caught all we can find before other folks chime in; otherwise we'll end up with a massive stack of the same reports. So, certainly keep XP11 around if you wish to fly the IXEG seriously until we get it ported over. I've always kept "old version / new versions" side by side on my computer for these transitions. Long-time XP users know that after a major release to X-Plane, there is an inevitable debug period that goes on for some time, though many other devs have begun already, we're behind. ....but nice to have the process underway.....Below screenshot shows what the cockpit looks like in V12 daytime. -TomK
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  28. So on another note, quite a bit of a milestone. All the code for the VNAV 1.0 feature list is in place as of today and we are beginning flight testing and debugging of the full route LNAV / VNAV capability within a few days (our main tester seems to be a real airline pilot away at work....slacker). After our internal debugging checks and fixes, we'll engage a relatively quick beta test with some selected newbies (already selected)...and then we will mop and sweep, spit and polish and release. No date given. -tkyler
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  29. So we finally have something visual to show for the next update. With our 3D toolchain in place, we are able to make 3D updates reasonably quick... thoughit still takes time to add in the detail. This is a screenshot showing a typical mesh refinment before/after. Whereas when we started the 737 10 years ago, we had to be conscious of our polygon count, its not as bad as it was and X-Plane and modern hardware can suppport more detail. So as we move forward with our updates, we will be making these kinds of refinements around the airplane...moreso out of the cockpit than in, because the cockpit was done pretty darn well the first time IMO. We'll show more sneak peeks as we have stuff to show. -tkyler
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  30. So the following screenshot tells two stories. 1). We have almost completed the conversion of all 3D assets to to the new Toolchain. Two assets remain and I'll probably knock that out over the weekend. The second story....is that with the upgrading of our assets, we finally have a workflow between 3D and Substance Painter® for texturing....in this screenshot the glare shield has a bit of a texture to it, nothing major, but adds to the immersion that's so important to us. We'll be able to start sharpening up several 3D elements that are a bit low-res by todays standards. The roadmap after this 3D conversion is to then convert the sounds to FMOD, upgrade the 3D a bit, including a revised cabin and working doors and make any adjustments required by the X-Plane flight model itself for stability and we'll probably put out an update then. Then I'll move back to the FMS to finish up my integration of the XP1100 data format and get the holds integrated, the VNAV cleaned up and several other FMS polish work. -tkyler
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  31. another update, for those who may not have seen discussions in other threads. As much as I've spoken about FMS work...that was mostly because all the other aspects of our project, the 3D, the sounds, etc....were bound up in deprecated technology and tools, making it VERY difficult to update things....whereas the FMS was just code work. This was not really a lack of foresight on our part regarding the 3D tools, but rather being so far ahead of the game way back when we started, we came up with our own solutions.....that were not quite compatible with the way X-Plane moved with regards to developer tools. WELL.....thanks to Ted Greene of Laminar.....he has coded up a "converter" between the old toolchain we used and the 'toolchain of today'. Only in the last week did we work out some critical bugs that allowed us to begin converting all our assets into the modern workflow supported by Laminar. We are currently in the process of converting all our work to this new toolchain and have converted some of the most complex aspects of it already...so we do not anticpate much resistance converting the rest of the work. This converter by Laminar is a huge lifeline of sorts and will allow us to again respond quickly to bugs and manage updates once we establish a new baseline with these tools. -TomK
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  32. So its been a while, time for another update. There was a pause after the rush of FMS work mentioned above. During this pause, I have finished up my NASA obligations...and demobilized from Houston back to San Antonio, where I live, and some much needed stability to my schedule. Last week, I dug back into the FMS code and started coding up the route editing features using the new XP1100 dataset. This is the backbone of the FMS future with regards to performance.....for VNAV calculations, performance progress and also holds. Its one of those things that I wanted to be real sure I was ready to dig into before doing so. This route editing coding will go on for a bit......'route editing' involves building the route data that the FMS will use during lnav and vnav tracking and so is critical to be flexible and correct. It is my belief that if carefully done now, the FMS will be functional and stable for many years to come, which is the most important thing. -TomK
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  33. We are starting to get questions about this so I thought I'd start a topic to explain and clarify how things work in XP and what you can expect ahead. As you know all of us at IXEG are old timers and have been developing aircraft since XPv5 or so, (like 15-20 years ago) and have been through this process many times before. Since it's been years since XP10 got released we assume a big portion of the current user base have not experienced a new XP version run change and what this actually MEANS to your favorite aircrafts. Basically, in a new XP run, it is "tradition" for Austin to implement lots new flight model stuff. Some new stuff, some big stuff, some minor tuning here and there of various things. Typical ones are; Thrust (engine) Lift Drag Ground model Controls etc. Also, this usually takes place throughout the entire beta phase (where we are now), and by experience will continue through to at least XP 11.1 when things start to stabilize. During this phase, XP11 is a moving target flight model wise, and attempts by the designers to chase austin's tail and "fix" flight model related stuff is a waist of time because chances are big things will change again in the next beta. So designers tend to hold off for a while before we start looking at it. THEN at some point we start looking at it, and usually we discover more errors/bugs/new stuff in the new FM, which again leads to debates with Austin and hunt for documentation. Also, it is tradition for Austin to tune stuff that he does not mention in the release notes, so there are usually a few surprises. Further, LR policy is that the designers have to prove they are right, and LR is wrong, not opposite... So sending Austin emails like "Hey, the thrust has changed 20%, fix it!" is not going to change anything. So basically you have 3 choices as a designer; Prove to Austin you are right (takes a lot of time, knowledge, effort and documentation) Reverse engineer your own flight model (Also takes a lot of time and effort) Pretend your aircraft is performing just fine, ignore user reports, and do nothing So basically, as it looks today, all quality aircraft will have issues that needs to get fixed moving from 10 to 11. For those aiming at the highest level of accuracy in the FM (like IXEG) designers *might* need to do a complete recalibration of the aircraft. This is not a trivial task as you can imagine, XP's FM is far more complex than e.g. FSX SOOOoooooo, what do we know at this point about XP11 PB8 that might/will affect us; Drag has changed Ground model has changed Engine model has changed As we digg deeper into XP11 we might find more things, but we'll see. Like I said, this is perfectly normal It is just a phase everyone has to go through and everyone needs to be patient. Kind of like moving from FSX to P3D from a designer point of view. There is no "quick fix", this is hardcore engineering and programming. The good news is we will do all this work for free, and in the mean time, we recommend using XP10 if flight model is important to you M
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  34. Hi Folks!, I've just finished putting together a video titled 'Sights and Sounds'. The purpose of the video is to showcase the latest version of the 737-300 project as it stands today with some sound additions, 3D model enhancements, and just all around cool effects! Work continues daily, and we can all see the light at the end of the tunnel. Hopefully you're all as excited as we are! Enjoy!
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  35. Since the 1.3 update was released, we've been working to fix all the squawks that have been reported since the release. I want to extend my thanks to all who report items. While folks may wonder why we do or do not catch things, I can assure you the list is quite long of things we have to check constantly and I'm actually somewhat proud of the effort. Supporting VR and also integrating the mousewheel involved a little over 300 manipulators, each of which having anywhere between 3-9 parameters to enter/ check....easily over 2500 "fields" to look at when making these conversions, and that's just checking the manipulator interaction, not even checking their usability in VR, with mouse, with hardware, prefs on/off while also catering to cockpit builder needs, etc. The good news is once configured properly, things stabilize, so each successive update gets more reliable than the last, but being this is our first relatively big "conversion update" with features sprinkled in, the only way we'll really catch it all is with the community inputs. So....we are getting close to releasing our 1.31 patch, which definitely includes the reversed scrollwheel fix. We have several other fixes in addition and much better VR support also though some straggling VR features remain. After this patch, we will begin working on the FMS also with other items, whereas up till now, it was about just getting all our new workflow and converted stuff back to normal with XP 11.50 and Vulkan/Metal. I've seen a few posts facebook posts about the IXEG overshooting flybys. We do not have wind factors in our FMS code currently, Turn points are calculated with no wind so any form of tailwind on turns may cause the plane to go wide. Bankangle for lnav calcs are taken at 25º of bank, leaving a little margin if you have the bank limit set to 30º. We do track the crosstrack deviation from the route though, so if there's roll margin, the plane should track still with some tail/crosswind; however, late entries in higher winds will probably run wide. Given the outstanding VNAV work to be done, we did not implement the wind factorization as of yet. As we begin our FMS work, we'll focus on the holds and VNAV somewhat simultaneously. Improved algorithms there will naturally be reflected in the progress page output. Once we get some traction with our VNAV / holds, we'll start factoring in the wind corrrection to the route calculations, which will hopefully snap everything into place. -TomK
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  36. Windmilling Fans added. This example shows direct headwind and tailwind for simplicity. The magnitude is obviously diminished off-axis with practical limits..and the rotation speed is asymptotic, so 100 kt winds doesn't create unrealistic rotation animations. Tail winds are less effective on fan rotation than headwinds, due to wind turbulence through the vanes that saps energy. Also, alignment with the wind vector has to be closer for tailwinds than headwinds to yield fan rotation. -tkyler
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  37. We squeezed in native AviTab support. What a great product! We definintely encourage you to get it and support the software author with a donation. If you have AviTab installed, you should see a new preference checkbox to enable AviTab. If you do not have AviTab installed, you won't see this preference option available. The video below shows the implementation, along with a bit of coroute usage. -tkyler
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  38. Soon, we have delivered it to XA, so as soon as they get the installer etc set up we are ready to go on v 1.2 M
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  39. Another uneventful testflight completed..
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  40. With modern tools, comes modern features.
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  41. And another one to wet your appetite. Work continues to get the patch out as soon as possible! Cheers, Jan
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  42. I agree the question warrants an answer. I don't mind putting it out wherever I can so the word gets out. We don't know exactly when....and here's why. We all have day jobs but my particular day job is project based, rather than 9-5 based. Sometimes, these projects, being deadline based, can consume multiple months with narry any time for anything else...which is exactly what is going on at the moment. Despite my deepest desire to NOT being working on my current project, I am contractually obligated to finish it....and it is now consuming 70+ hours a week of my time and feels like "work prison". .....here's the good news though. When this project is done....and do note that I initiated this contract a good 8 months before the release of the 737..... I won't be taking on another. I will go back to the 737 and you will see the frequent updates you saw after the release as long we can find things to improve. When is this magic date? To be perfectly honest, I thought it would be by now....but sewing up final details is dragging out longer than I thought and I have no path but forward to get it out of the way and get back to the 737 for you guys. This is not an "abondonment" issue. Just the nature of the beast for x-plane devs who have to supplement the work with other forms of life support for the moment. I wish it were not so...but until x-plane has a larger market share, tis what it is. I can only assure you these folks on the team are some of the most dedicated and stable individuals I have ever worked with and have no doubt we'll be delivering again soon. -tkyler
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  43. Ok, took a few shots for you guys - so you know that we are not making this stuff up : Distance to go and ETA for next active waypoint displayed on top line of EHSI: Improved symbology when IRS units not aligned: INOP labeling on the TERRAIN button of First Officer (yes, we are working on having it display on his side, too). Also new EGPWS control panel: INOP label on logo light switch if winglets are fitted: lbs labeling on the fuel gauges if imperial units are chosen: Opening cockpit door (note that the cabin is still WIP and will improve in the future (better 3D/textures/lighting): TERRAIN ON DISPLAY button, and TCAS symbology (showing a proximity traffic): Cheers, Jan
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  44. Just a shot from todays flight. Descending on the STAR for ILS 35 at ENBR. Everything went as planned, no bugs reported.
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  45. More work on Toronto: And testing YSSY stuff in 10.30:
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  46. CL650 Expanded Normal Procedures.pdfCL650 Operations Reference.pdf1589013283_CL650FMSPrimer.pdfCL650 Checklists.pdfCL650 Checklists - Printable.pdf Documents last updated 3rd May 2022
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  47. In addition to the VNAV work we have also these fixes lined up for the next update: Improvements * Added switch in aircraft file to always force experimental flight model on * Improved tracking ability of nosewheel in tight turns (less skidding) * A "direct to" turn will not attempt to re-intercept the line between current aircraft position and the waypoint * Yoke checklist can now be flipped up and down and yellow bug goes all the way to top again * Added a dataref to indicate if autothrottle is active or not * Added a preference to "pause on Top of Descent" Bug fixes * Fixed right-hand windshield wiper 3D * Fixed fuel gauge testcycle * Fixed leading-edge devices lighttest button * Fixed EGT needle on steam gauges not going higher than 800C * Fixed hydraulic accumulator pressure on modern gauges always showing full pressure * Autopilot trim cutout switches will now also stop the speed trim * Scavange pump will not trigger unless a center-tank pumpswitch has been turned on then off * Animated stopwatch buttons * Vertical speed scrollwheel can now turn "infinitely" (instead of running against an invisible turn limit) Cheers, Jan
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  48. Version 1.0.0

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    This file is the paint kit to allow customers to create and re-distribute liveries for the Take Command!: IXEG 737 Classic. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact any of us here in the IXEG section of the forums!
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  49. Captains, As is the usual tradition here, we now have our official preview video ready for you to view. As per usual, a special thanks goes to @redpiper1. There's not much to say here, other than we hope you enjoy! She'll be all yours soon.
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