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  1. Hi guys, After still struggling to get used to XP11, and as well as there not being a traffic program I deem acceptable, it was time to upgrade to P3Dv4. After spending the last 3 days tweaking and working out my best configs for graphic/performance combo, I was finally able to undertake my first flight. Unfortunately, I didn't realise the quality loss by saving my files as PNG on standard P3D screenshot, but I have managed to salvage a few. Back to JPEG from now on! Hope you enjoy.. FR792 - B737-8AS EGSS-LIPH Stansted - Venice Treviso 0620-0820z Approaching the Swiss alps prior to descent for runway 07. In the descent for TSF Now we've cleared the high terrain (almost) it's time for a dive to our platform altitude, because P3D gave me a short approach (Thanks ATC ) Ended up doing a G/A because the approach was too short! But after a simple circuit, we were on the ground in Treviso. Thanks for looking
  2. Any of you AH experts out there figure out how to fly the stock FSX 738 without incurring damage penalties (ie: how do you flare the thing?). Every time I fly down the GP at what should be a normal rate of descent (approx 700-800 FPM) AH informs me that I've incurred damage - this is getting expensive. I'm not hand flying the thing. It is difficult enough to do anything with the "traveling joystick" (Logitech Gamepad) let alone control a jet. I'm capturing the localizer then the GS and getting the a/c established. At 200 AGL, I've been cancelling the A/T and letting the plane hit the numbers without intervention. The first few times I tried to flare it, I got altitude which caused no end of problems as that tends to shorten the available runway. Not a desirable effect when you're landing on 1500 feet. For the stock 738 here's the numbers I'm using: approx. 75% of MTOW Auto Braking at "3" Spoilers Armed Full Flap 130 KT over the fence
  3. Hi everybody I would need some help regarding my latest payware aircraft.....PMDG's 737 NGX. It's a wonderful aircraft, I definitely love it, but the fact is that it crashes in some occasions... If i take a look at the map and then get back to FSX, i get a whole black screen and the hateful Microsoft's fatal error.... or, if I apply differential thrust, for example for lining up on the runway, it does the same, but by freezing the actual screen, instead of showing the black screen. Now, as I have paid 70 bucks, I'd love to solve this pretty annoying issue.... Any ideas? I'm running W8 and never had this kind of problem before, not even on the PMDG 747-4. Thanks! Eric
  4. The development team over at iFly have released Service Pack 3.2 for their Flight Simulator X and Flight Simulator 2004 versions of the iFly 737NG. The service pack includes a plethora of fixes, updates, and refinements that includes everything from configuration manager save/load templates to low airspeed logic refinements plus much more. The service pack also includes full support for Navigraph and Aerosoft’s navdata updates that allow this aircraft to fly all the newer style approaches that are being developed. Users can download the free update by visiting the iFly Support forum at http://ifly.flight1.net.
  5. Of interest to those flying PMDG and iFly 737's who own iPads: Quick note re: Virtual CDU - a new version has been released (April 18th) for use on the iPad. Unfortunately, I can't comment on it because it will only work if your iPad is running ios6. Mine won't be running ios6 until I get back to Canada. Here's the URL https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/virtual-cdu/id634731446?ls=1&mt=8
  6. abyfredde79

    ORBX+PMDG

    Hi guys, im new to the forum and doing my first post. I have some fsx videos i like to share. I do most of my flying with the pmdg 737-800... Here you go: Watch in 1080p i possible, Enjoy! ORBX - Jackson Hole ORBX - Cairns International ORBX - Coffs Harbour
  7. Is there anyone on this forum really familiar with the iFly 737 - particularly the -600 version? I'm having the devils own time getting this machine to fly an APP to Autoland. I'm obviously missing something simple. I've gone over the cold start, takeoff, climb, cruise, descent, and I can land it quite nicely manually. Things go to H in a handcart (I've done more GA's in the past few days than a new-hire in the simulator) at minimums. CDU programmed, on course, on speed, three greens, flaps 40....minimums....AT spools up and off we go. If someone can think of the obvious, please let me know. Otherwise, I'll try to get ALL the settings from the MCP and associated hardware and write 'em all down - then get back to this thread. Cheers, March
  8. Published today is Robs review of the 737 PIC Evolution Deluxe for FSX. How does this one stack up against the rest? Read on
  9. Just published is Jess' review of Just Flight's latest airliner release, the 737-200. See how this aircraft performs here!
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