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  • krodgers
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    Originally posted by Stefan_888 View Post

    ​​​​​My bad Kyle
    But still I'm yet to see the 737 with this equipment.
    No worries.

    To be honest, it's a bit tough to track, because there's a discrepancy between what the aircraft is capable of versus what operators have selected. Additionally, aviation is constantly evolving, so there's an additional layer of complexity.

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  • Stefan_888
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    Originally posted by krodgers View Post
    ​​​​​My bad Kyle
    But still I'm yet to see the 737 with this equipment.

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  • krodgers
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    Originally posted by Stefan_888 View Post

    Sure you can,but NG3 won't have datalink like 748 in terms of performance,route and winds.
    737s don't have datalink?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUSFgkEyVAU

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  • Stefan_888
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    Originally posted by fakeflyer737 View Post



    Can we calculate Takeoff and Landing performance in the NG3 with the EFB?
    Sure you can,but NG3 won't have datalink like 748 in terms of performance,route and winds.

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  • Simicro
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    Originally posted by Ivanmelonlewis View Post
    PS: please, can anyone tell me where those awesome PMDG signature banners can be downloaded from?
    Please the the links at the bottom oh this post https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...pdated-25feb19

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  • fakeflyer737
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    Originally posted by cmakris View Post

    The EFB is more than charts. You can use all other features of ir not needing to have a navigraph subscription.


    Can we calculate Takeoff and Landing performance in the NG3 with the EFB?

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  • Ivanmelonlewis
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    Thanks Mr. Randazzo for the very useful info update.
    PS: please, can anyone tell me where those awesome PMDG signature banners can be downloaded from?

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  • mertcan23
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    Why Pmdg doesnt make sale or discount their products ? i mean today is 4th of july , xplane org on sale, simmarket on sale. You guys dont even sale on black friday.All people dont live in USA so there are lots of countries that they have high exchange rate problems. I hope pmdg managers consider this idea.

    Mert.

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  • Windshear
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  • mighty747
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    I just reinstalled my NGX to hype me for NG3😂

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  • Nyxx
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    Originally posted by VHOEG View Post

    Is this FSL Spotlights that you're talking about? It looks like a massive upgrade over the stock vc lighting.
    Yes, it is a massive upgrade. I used all but 1 light to make it. If you want to see more. But please read through it will make what you get more insightful.
    https://forums.flightsimlabs.com/ind...now-600700900/

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  • Captain Kevin
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    Originally posted by pile View Post
    Before I upgrade to ng3 I would like to achieve to use my PMDG_747-400_QOTSII_P3D after pass to 4.3 to 4.5 of p3d. Texture not appear.

    Someones here can help me?
    Not a good idea to post this in this thread since it's off topic and things can get lost easily. It would have been better to start a new thread. In any event, do the textures load when you actually start the flight.

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  • pile
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    Before I upgrade to ng3 I would like to achieve to use my PMDG_747-400_QOTSII_P3D after pass to 4.3 to 4.5 of p3d. Texture not appear.

    Someones here can help me?

    Pierre
    Attached Files

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  • VHOEG
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    Originally posted by Nyxx View Post
    I hope the NG3 comes with completely new VC lighting so it can look as good as SpotLights can make the "old" NGX look.


    Main-Panel-Lighting.jpg
    Is this FSL Spotlights that you're talking about? It looks like a massive upgrade over the stock vc lighting.

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  • Simicro
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    I've installed the 777 on P3D recently: as I understand, the current release of the T7 is not PBR yet?

    If there are plans to make the T7 PBR and if itcomes at the cost of performance, please make it an option for the user. Thank you.

    Personally I really don't need PBR.

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  • Nyxx
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    I hope the NG3 comes with completely new VC lighting so it can look as good as SpotLights can make the "old" NGX look.


    Main-Panel-Lighting.jpg

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  • cmakris
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    Originally posted by marknie View Post
    I really dont like the EFB because you have to spend $100.0 per year for navigraph to make use of it. Some of use just can;t afford it.
    The EFB is more than charts. You can use all other features of ir not needing to have a navigraph subscription.

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  • marknie
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    I really dont like the EFB because you have to spend $100.0 per year for navigraph to make use of it. Some of use just can;t afford it.

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  • gabep
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    Thank you very much for the latest update. As always I am looking forward to the future with PMDG.

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  • fakeflyer737
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    Robert can you please just confirm AT least that we're getting a 900ER?

    I promise I won't quote you on it!

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  • AirBadger
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    After my 747-8 went bonkers trying to navigate a pretty simple turn on the WYNDE9 arrival into ORD, I'm looking forward to the LNAV update the most. I really hope this doesn't get pushed to the back burner like so many PMDG projects.

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  • mertcan23
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    i bet that ng3 will come to Xp 11 , its just guess or bet , i just wrote here. )


    Mertcan

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  • DDowns
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    In large letters on top of every PMDG forum page:

    1) SIGN YOUR POSTS. Since 1997, we have asked users to sign their real name, first and last, to all posts in the PMDG forum. We do this in order to keep conversations personal and familiar. You took the time to be here, we want to get to know you. This ...

  • Pilot53
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    Originally posted by Rhinozherous View Post
    Is the cockpit geometry corrected for the NG3?
    I would be VERY surprised if this has not been fixed for the NG3, but I hope that someone from pmdg can confirm it for us. This is my biggest pet peeve with any current pmdg product.

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  • Ephedrin
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    Originally posted by Swaluver88 View Post

    That's a new one "I get nutty"
    I won‘t do a phonetic translation into German and then a real one back to english... 🙈 no no better not 😇

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  • Ephedrin
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    My personal advice would be wait for the NG3 now. The NGX‘ cockpit lighting looks awful in P3Dv4.

  • Swaluver88
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    Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post

    Jordan,

    I don't mind being quoted. It is when I'm so oft misquoted that I get nutty.

    (Yes- i knew what you meant... i'm being funny. LOL)
    That's a new one "I get nutty"

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  • Swaluver88
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    It's a pretty valid one too

  • rsrandazzo
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    Originally posted by fakeflyer737 View Post

    why would you quote him?
    Jordan,

    I don't mind being quoted. It is when I'm so oft misquoted that I get nutty.

    (Yes- i knew what you meant... i'm being funny. LOL)

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  • Ausflight
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    I like that one😃.
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