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  1. Not sure I understood? A potential fix in SP2?
  2. Do you get the same issue with the missing spoilers when extended fully?
  3. What about the flap incorrect animation on the right wing of the E195?
  4. I specifically changed the x,y,z settings in the aircraft.cfg file.
  5. Shom

    E175 flaps after SP1

    I did change the view by changing x,y,z settings only in the aircraft.cfg file but why would that impact the animation?
  6. Thanks for this, so you set a height and width of 4096x4096?
  7. Hello, Same issue exists in the E175 as well, when speed-brake are extended beyond 75%. In the E175 the issue is on both wings:
  8. Yes this observation is done on SP1. The aircraft is in the air and can the issue can be reproduced easily - look out towards the wing from the angle I've posted and as you extend the spoiler to max it will be visible throughout the animation until it reaches max position and at this point the spoiler suddenly disappears. The spoilers do appear again when closed and the issue is on the left wing only.
  9. It depends on the angle which is weird, if I look back from the forward part of the cabin the spoilers appear fine. It seems there is a general inconsistency of the wing parts/animation when looking from different areas of the aircraft. From external view everything is good. And another good point which was fixed in SP1 and wasn't mentioned was that now the engines can be seen from within the cabin when looking out to the wing view
  10. Hi, I remember it was reported that the throttle over reacting during turbulence was to be fixed in SP1 but could not understand from the release notes if it was indeed fixed? Edit: found the following in the release notes: -changed AT responsiveness to match the real world AT even closer However, I did a flight in the E195 and the throttle was still all over the place (decreasing/increasing violently) in order to keep the speed during turbulent conditions. Thanks,
  11. Hi, I'm reporting more wing/flap modelling issues on the E195 model only - Flap structure on right wing ONLY is incorrect - Left wing is fine (in comparison) - Speed brakes from back view completely missing when EXTENDED FULLY on left wing view only - The speed brakes on right wing view are fine and extending correctly. Can someone please acknowledge these critical modelling issues will be fixed? Thanks and stay healthy!
  12. It's an issue which still exists, especially at night. Hopefully this gets fixed along with the other lighting issues during dusk/dawn transitions
  13. @BadanieLuck these are great looking, are you planning to do the same for the E175?
  14. Its on the throttle lever, more realistic then in v2 🙂
  15. @k2aviator here you go, unfortunately the engines are not modeled when looking out from within the cabin. I think if you own chaseplane you can set custom views looking from outside the aircraft however the downside of that is you get the external sounds and not the ones you hear from within the cabin [CameraDefinition.0] Title = "Right Window" Guid = {b892c303-e9a0-4f87-97cb-781c20779724} Description = View of the wing from the passenger seat Origin = Virtual Cockpit SnapPbhAdjust = Swivel SnapPbhReturn = FALSE PanPbhAdjust = Swivel PanPbhReturn = FALSE Track = None ShowAxis = FALSE AllowZoom = TRUE InitialZoom = 0.6 ShowWeather = Yes InitialXyz = 1.75, 0.2, -16.3 InitialPbh = 5, 0, 90 XyzAdjust = TRUE Category=Aircraft MomentumEffect=TRUE ClipMode=Minimum [CameraDefinition.1] Title = "Left Window" Guid = {b892c003-e9a0-4f87-97fb-781c27779724} Description = View out from the passenger cabin Origin = Virtual Cockpit SnapPbhAdjust = Swivel SnapPbhReturn = FALSE PanPbhAdjust = Swivel PanPbhReturn = FALSE Track = None ShowAxis = FALSE AllowZoom = TRUE InitialZoom = 0.4 ShowWeather = Yes InitialXyz = -0.6, 0.2, -16.3 InitialPbh = 5, 0, 270 XyzAdjust = TRUE Category=Aircraft MomentumEffect=TRUE ClipMode=Minimum [CameraDefinition.2] Title = "Front Right Window" Guid = {5ceb44f9-4802-4076-9dd2-f18dda19cb51} Description = View of the passenger cabin looking forward Origin = Virtual Cockpit SnapPbhAdjust = Swivel SnapPbhReturn = FALSE PanPbhAdjust = Swivel PanPbhReturn = FALSE Track = None ShowAxis = FALSE AllowZoom = TRUE InitialZoom = 0.3 ShowWeather = Yes InitialXyz = 1.75, 0.2, -11 InitialPbh = 5, 0, 110 XyzAdjust = TRUE Category=Aircraft MomentumEffect=TRUE ClipMode=Minimum [CameraDefinition.3] Title = "Front Left Window" Guid = {F2D85BD0-BBB2-4341-A54B-B971A758D33A} Description = View of the passenger cabin looking back Origin = Virtual Cockpit SnapPbhAdjust = Swivel SnapPbhReturn = FALSE PanPbhAdjust = Swivel PanPbhReturn = FALSE Track = None ShowAxis = FALSE AllowZoom = TRUE InitialZoom = 0.3 ShowWeather = Yes InitialXyz = -0.6, 0.2, -11 InitialPbh = 5, 0, 250 XyzAdjust = TRUE Category=Aircraft MomentumEffect=TRUE ClipMode=Minimum
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