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  1. Hi @Litjan and @tkyler! Wonderful to see that you're still doing work on this fine flying machine. I still come back to it every so often, and boy-oh-boy does it still tick all the important "this feels fantastic" flight-model boxes. Thanks! But flattery, although nice, almost always come at a price, so here's my humble request: Quick-alignment. "Why", you say? "We're here to simulate, not to entertain!" Yes, and I totally agree, but the temptation of going for the "ready to fly" option to skip time, also skips one important part of the cockpit-prep: "The awakening of the
  2. Hi guys! Hope you all are doing well? Would anyone be interested in remaking the Braathens-livery and bring it up to modern standards? Especially with the metal-finish underbelly? It's one of the great classic liveries out there, and bringing it up to date with XP11 and the incorporating the refined IXEG-textures would be fantastic
  3. @Litjan Awesome that you've elected to share your passion for flying with us simmers through this add-on. From the looks of it, you're also the guy who made a ton of airports for the Gateway, so thanks a million If you one day feel the need to a small change in your routine, I would recommend you check out the stuff from the flyjsim-guys if you're up for flying something, let's say, more "vintage" Again, thanks for all your efforts!
  4. Hope you all are having an awesome sim-Sunday? After spending countless hours flying the the A320, 727, 767, 737 (NG and the -200), It's always a pleasure coming back to the IXEG Classic. I can't put my finger on it, but there is something special about the wear and tear of this cockpit. The quality of the textures and the "feel" of this particular flight model still is something that I use as a benchmark for all other developers. Even to this day, I'm still surprised how good this looks. So, after a hiatus from these forums, I just wanted to come back and say thanks H
  5. @sjantand Hi! There is an excellent livery of the good old Braathens SAFE livery available here at X-pilot. For those ho haven't seen it yet, it's one of the most beautiful liveries out there. Both for the IXEG 733 and in real life. Is it possible to update this with PBR materials? I know it's a huge undertaking, but any help would be highly appreciated
  6. Hi Morten, do you care to show your sensitivity options in X-plane? I have a pretty good setup now (using a heavy joystick), which works great doing smooth turns at higher altitude, but I haven't been able to find a good setup that also works during the landing phase. The reason I ask is that trying out different sensitivities will take time to learn by "muscle memory", but if you already have a recommendation, that would help tremendously
  7. @Flying12 Hi, I have the same setup, but haven't OCd the CPU yet. Expect 60-70fps with all settings, except reflections at max on regular airport/cities. High 50s to low 60s in more congested areas. You should have no problem with the add-on what so ever. My feedback about FPS was that I used to have 75-85, but now have 65-75 which is an indication that something has changed that made things perform less than before in my case. Cameron however summarised it perfectly in a previous post, that this is not the case for everybody. Most will probably experience an increase, but a subset o
  8. Alejandro: (insert a sentence where i'm boasting about my new GPU I got 2 weeks ago here, making everybody nauseous ...) Another thing I see, is that all the engine-indicators are gone, but if I remember correctly, that's a 10.20vr1 bug in X-plane. Positive feedback: The flight model (which I have no knowledge/authority on what-so-ever) is working great! Just took off pitching for 15 degrees, and the airplane responded well and did exactly as it did in X-plane 10. Those reflections... What can I say.. They certainly bring another level of immersion Re-install wit
  9. Hi all I'm seeing the same as Alejandro Serino. FPS is high, so it's not a problem, but around 10fps lower than it used to be. If there is any data you want me to provide on the matter, please don't hesitate to ask. FPS on my computer is absolutely fine, but lower than before.
  10. Just got a new computer. Moved the entire X-plane folder to the new one. Gizmo asked me for a new Computer-name and BAM! Everything's up an running. Works perfectly, good job! This is so (insert 50 o's here) easy a child could do it. Thanks!
  11. Hmm, not sure on how to do this. Haven't tried xassign yet, but from what I read in this forum and other, people with way more experience than myself, highly recommend Flywithlua for reason stated above. In this thread you can also see some basic examples on what other people did. From the examples I've seen so far, it's high-level and really easy to understand structure, but I haven't had the time to look at it yet, but that would be the direction to take. Flywithlua is something that is used for many things (not sure on exactly "how" many things in XP11), but I suspect that trying that
  12. Hi Stealthbob, bump away For trust reverses, simply map the "button" that is pressed when dragging the TM Throttle over the threshold and set it to "decrease" throttle in X-plane itself. Then when you drag the throttles over the "bump", the trust-reverser should kick in. Another way to do it, is by using xjoymap, and then mapping an axis with negative values in that direction, triggered by the same button, but that is way to complicated. If this was what you intended to do, I'll post a screenshot during the weekend on how to set it up. Suggestions have been made to
  13. Awesome Tom, I've been wondering for some time now if I should invest in the pedals myself. Please do give us an update on your impressions when you've tried them out. I, for one, are certainly curious to find out if they're worth the investment. I use the Saitek Pro Rudders pedals today. With the left toe-brake spring broken, and somewhat "shady" auto-calibration, the handling of the 733, and especially during taxi is quite tricky. Looking forward to your report! Thanks. Torbjørn
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