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  1. @maxflaps As Coop says: The engine model on the BN-2B is purely X-Plane. On the Islander's carb temp gauges, the GREEN ZONE is the one to avoid. Really it should be RED, because the temperatures marked out are perfect for icing (+5 to -25 C)!! If you get another chance to test, keep a closer eye on the carb temps. You say you were running 28" manifold pressure, but what were the carb temps then? Were you already using heat? Were they inside or out of the 'green'? What was the outside air temperature? And how long had you been at those settings?
  2. Open the airplane UI and "Charge Batteries". 'Fix all systems' doesn't work on some parts of our aircraft (like the electrics) because we use custom code rather than X-Plane's implementations. Also, apologies for the late reply. I don't come to these forums nearly often enough.
  3. There's an old bug left over in 1.2 where the GNS430 screen is misaligned with the bezel. The permanent fix will be included in the next update. In the meantime, drop the files attached here into your main Islander folder to fix the issue. TS_Islander_GNS430_fix.zip
  4. TorqueSim BN-2T Turbine Islander Props Pack View File By request, here's the 4 bladed and MT props adapted for the BN-2T. All necessary textures are included in the pack, as are the appropriate prop blurs for the MT propellers. Installation: 1. Make a backup of props_2t.obj, props_2t_ALB.png, props_2t_NRM.png, and deice_boots_2t.obj. 2. Copy the files from either the 4-bladed or 5-bladed folders to the Turbine Islander's objects folder. 3. If you use the 5-bladed MT props, copy the files from to_main_folder. Don't forget to backup the BN
  5. Version 1.0

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    By request, here's the 4 bladed and MT props adapted for the BN-2T. All necessary textures are included in the pack, as are the appropriate prop blurs for the MT propellers. Installation: 1. Make a backup of props_2t.obj, props_2t_ALB.png, props_2t_NRM.png, and deice_boots_2t.obj. 2. Copy the files from either the 4-bladed or 5-bladed folders to the Turbine Islander's objects folder. 3. If you use the 5-bladed MT props, copy the files from to_main_folder. Don't forget to backup the BN-2T Islander G5_prop.png and BN-2T Islander_prop.png textures first! Because all three
  6. TorqueSim BN-2 Islander Props Pack View File Okay, so this is what it says on the tin It's 3- and 4-bladed props, built from my original Blender files for this aircraft. I know some people have been wanting these for a while. They are literally modified meshes from the 2-bladed props, with transferred animations, changed deicers (to get the correct deice config on the blades), and use the same textures as the originals. They should be compatible with just about any livery, only caveat is that due to the UV mapping, fancy spinners (aka multi-hued)
  7. Version 1.1

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    Okay, so this is what it says on the tin It's 3- and 4-bladed props, built from my original Blender files for this aircraft. I know some people have been wanting these for a while. They are literally modified meshes from the 2-bladed props, with transferred animations, changed deicers (to get the correct deice config on the blades), and use the same textures as the originals. They should be compatible with just about any livery, only caveat is that due to the UV mapping, fancy spinners (aka multi-hued) may not work. The props themselves are still wearing the Hartzell colors. If
  8. Good catch! It is a texture bug. We've already fixed it in our developer version and it'll get shipped with the next update.
  9. We're adjusting the trim slightly for 1.0.1. Let me suggest changing your passenger configuration a bit to get more forward weight in the meantime. @taildraggin68You still have a half inch of trim left in that image, by the way. And you're also heavily aft loaded so I'm not surprised you need so much down trim.
  10. @Mik75 try loading up the islander and then deactivating the islander plugin via the plugin manager. if the window doesn't go away, it's not an issue with our plane. if it does go away when our plugin is inactive, we'll have to look into it.
  11. This image might have been made prior to a pretty significant rework of the interior during the latter stages of the development process, but I can't remember for sure anymore. The frames may have simply gotten lost at some point prior to initial release due to workload/whatever. Stuff happens. For 1.2 I'm hoping to do some more work on the interior which may see these items restored, but that's still a few months down the line.
  12. Hi @DB Marsh All of our light and electrical switches are tied to custom datarefs, not the default ones. This was done in order to intergrate them with our electrical system. If you would like your hardware to communicate with our plugin, I'd suggest the following: Make a separate controls profile for the Islander. Then, with the aircraft loaded, in Settings -> Joystick edit your button assignments to use the commands made for the Islander. Just type 'islander' into the search box, and it should give the whole list.
  13. Those look fantastic @paolomer! We're glad you're enjoying the Islander, and we're already hard at work getting all the issues we've heard about repaired. Have fun flying!
  14. Hi guys! We've heard about the switches and preferences regarding those, and the click-switches should be included in the 1.1 update, possibly even with an option to switch between those and the click-and-drag version. We'll get the 'switches not working' issue resolved once the rest of the team is back up, but right now they're catching some well-deserved rest. Thanks for your patience, guys!
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