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  1. 3 hours ago, Vantskruv said:

    I want explosions and chaos when aircrafts, or service vehicles, collide. It makes it more fun! 😄

    That will surely wont be included (and please don't call me Shirley 😉 ). We are either real world aviators or serious fans. We don't want to see explosions. This is a long standing FeelThere policy and will likely remain until I'm on board.

    Vic

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  2. 18 hours ago, blacklabelbraai said:

    Incredible, Vic!

    I also like the depiction of clouds which makes me hopeful of user-defined weather.

    Thanks for the tease

    BLB (Peter)

    So far we have 6 kind of clouds modeled (more to be added). Now you add coverage, wind, height and you get a pretty complex system 🙂 Throw that user editable  weather suggestion to the wishlist (unless you already added it) please. I like the idea 🙂 

    More to come

    Vic

  3. On 4/18/2020 at 3:50 PM, Jeffrey S. Bryner said:

    Could this information be posted by FeelThere on the FSElite Prepar3D V5 Upgrade Hub / Compatible Aircraft page (https://fselite.net/prepar3d-v5-compatibility/aircraft/)?
    The only FeelThere planes listed are the E13x/E14x. The V3 EJET is not on the list. A User confirmation of compatibility can be posted, but a post from FeelThere would be more official. 

    We certainly want to get the word out to as many as possible that the V3 EJET can fly in the P3D V5 skies!

    Best,

    Jeffrey S. Bryner

    Thank you!

     

    Vic

  4. Dear Folks,

    Our EMBv3 was  compatible with P3D5 with the exception of one plugin we use for the cockpit glass.  Until we implement SP2 to receive an update for this plugin from it's developer l, in addition to other aircraft updates, you can enjoy the EMBv3 under initial release of P3D5 (the version prior to Lockheed Martin's service patches) by modifying it a bit:

    * Please go to the plane's panel folder and locate the file named "A2A_windshield.dll". Either rename it or remove it (after you made a backup) and the plane will work.

    * Also we recommend adjusting the Mipmap VC textures under the Graphics setting.

    Please note that Lockheed Martin's recent, late May '20, service patches to version 5 and version 4 of P3D have broken many components to the aircraft simulation. These new incompatibilities are being researched and service patches will be released once solutions are found.

    At this time feel their recommends using a pre-May '20 version of P3Dv4.

    Thanks for your understanding and patience.

     

    - Vic & feelThere team.

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  5. Dear Folks,

     

    The EMBv3 currently is not compatible with P3D5.
    We will check what is causing the crash and the plan is to adjust our current model. Since the sim is out for less than 24 hours we can't comment it yet. Please don't flood the forum with posts about P3D5, they will be deleted. We will get back to you as soon as we'll have an answer.

     

    Thank you

     

    Vic & the FeelThere team

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  6. 27 minutes ago, Matty260191 said:

    no idea but fast forward the video above you will see it never idles its always adjusting and adding.

    We can't test the video, that's why we need the saved flight. If it's not the situation where we can reproduce the problem then it's useless. Please re-create the problem and save the FLT file just at the TD.

     

    Thank you

     

    Vic

  7. 1 hour ago, FredJohnson said:

    While I don't personally use the default liveries, I think it's awesome to see the updated airplane models.  Please post any pictures you might have of the new version, I'd love to see airports, the UI, anything.

    Looking great!

    Thanks!

    Little by little 🙂 It's hard for me to keep it back too so I will try to leak out some as soon as I can even the team is against it 🙂 

     

    Vic

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