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  1. Excellent news! This is bound to become a superb aircraft. Thanks for keeping us Moo fans up to date
  2. Tom, that's coming along great!
  3. What an excellent little bird! I just love it; it's great to fly. Any chance we might get a paint kit or at least a white livery for custom paint work?
  4. It's actually a (minor*) bug - 6Y3 was exported with an elevation of 0 (ft AMSL), whereas 3MI2 was exported with correct elevation (616 ft AMSL). When Runways follow terrain is active, the airport elevation is ignored by X-Plane, and the airport is rendered on top of the underlying mesh. If the option is disabled, or the airport definition specifies "always flatten", X-Plane ignores the mesh and creates a plateau using the specified airport elevation and the airport boundary - in this case, at 0 ft. Hence the funny "Moses" effect. *Doesn't make sense to use the scenery for 6Y3 without run
  5. Wow, what a pace Love how you're taking any effort to deliver the perfectTM product to us.
  6. Arg, you're probably right - it's too early in the morning, and I was too greedy and eager getting the TBM into the air. Will boot brain now and refuel with coffee. Then starting over
  7. Hi, this happens after entering my credentials in the XA activation window when trying to activate the TBM: Cycle Dump.txt debug.log GizmoLog.txt Log.txt
  8. I think I know what I'll be doing next week-end
  9. Hi, not sure we're talking about exactly the same thing here, but might be the mixture issue sneaked somehow back into version 1.5 - or maybe the fix can hit problems in specific circumstances; I can't tell. Here's what I experience: The Saab apparently needs mixture set to something substantial (in the vicinity of 1.0 or slightly below) for establishing a fuel flow. Today I was repeatedly not able to start the engines (which I could do all the previous days without problem...), and I was running out of ideas when I finally enabled the display for some data refs, mixture being one of
  10. For quite a while, I used SMP and RWC in conjunction with NOAA and XP default weather. What I didn't like about those two (free) options is the abrupt change of winds, which can blow a lighter aircraft easily off course... (and even a heavy when the change occurs in a critical phase of the flight, e. g. on final...) Thus, I'm looking for a solution working well with SMP and RWC, overcoming XP's default weather limitations (winds aloft, update frequency...) and offering a smooth atmosphere transition when new weather data is loaded (XE does this, but has other issues why I'd rather continue usi
  11. Great! Also interesting how a dark colour makes the nose section appear to be less "brawny" than in white.
  12. Yep, that's a general problem - seasons behave quite differently on the European and the North American continent (not just England) - due to the Gulf Stream and the different orientation of mountain chains, winter comes further down south in North America, and summer also reaches further up north. Just a thought on a future refinement of TerraMaxx - if season limits could be defined using latitudes and longitudes (i. e. tiles or areas), it would be possible to better define plausible seasons for various regions of the world (also thinking of Japan, New Zealand and similar areas with spec
  13. Wow, great to see how you're constantly pushing X-Plane beyond the current generation...
  14. No, only cargo doors will open. Pax doors will come in a future version...
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