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[29JAN20] NOTAM: Today's planned update/release is in holding... Sorry.

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  • kvuo75
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    just installed an update for the ngxu base package 2.91.0121

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  • Alaska737
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    I’m really surprised people aren’t used to the PMDG factor. That is double or triple the time whenever PMDG gives you a time estimate. It’s happened on every product they have made all the way back to the FS9 737. So in the meantime fly the other planes that are in your hanger.

    Anthony Slattery

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  • Daedalus
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    Could we have an update on whether this Wednesday will be the release day? Or there will be more delay?

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  • Captain Kevin
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    Originally posted by SiouxFlyer View Post
    That'd be perfectly fine with me.
    You and I might both be, but I'm sure there are other people out there who wouldn't be, so who knows.

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  • Stefan_888
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    Originally posted by SiouxFlyer View Post

    I don't see why you would post something like that then.

    I'm waiting like everyone else. All I asked about is the promised updated release time, and responded to Kevin..

    All in good fun..
    Well my bad...

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  • SiouxFlyer
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    Originally posted by Stefan_888 View Post

    Don't take this as something triggering or me wanting to offend you,but your opinion is like a water drop in the ocean...
    Most of us will wait...
    I don't see why you would post something like that then.

    I'm waiting like everyone else. All I asked about is the promised updated release time, and responded to Kevin..

    All in good fun..

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  • Stefan_888
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    Originally posted by SiouxFlyer View Post

    That'd be perfectly fine with me.
    Don't take this as something triggering or me wanting to offend you,but your opinion is like a water drop in the ocean...
    Most of us will wait...

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  • SiouxFlyer
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    Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
    WEL, only if you're fine with limited support over the weekend.
    That'd be perfectly fine with me.

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  • Captain Kevin
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    Originally posted by SiouxFlyer View Post
    Waiting on that release Update.. It would sure be a shame if we have to wait until next Wednesday.

    How about one more release on that old Saturday schedule!
    WEL, only if you're fine with limited support over the weekend.

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  • SiouxFlyer
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    Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
    Captains,

    During our Thursday afternoon call, we will reschedule the release and let you know.
    Waiting on that release Update.. It would sure be a shame if we have to wait until next Wednesday.

    How about one more release on that old Saturday schedule!
    Last edited by SiouxFlyer; 31Jan2020, 21:03.

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  • youp5714
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    Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
    I don't know that that would help since without the models, you wouldn't really be able to test it. As it is, there's several painters that are already doing liveries.
    Well yes you'll have to wait for the models to "check"it, but you can paint it in advance and fine-tune it once the models are out.

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  • Captain Kevin
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    Originally posted by youp5714 View Post
    Or release the paintkit in advance so we'll have a larger amount of liveries available at launch.
    I don't know that that would help since without the models, you wouldn't really be able to test it. As it is, there's several painters that are already doing liveries.

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  • youp5714
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    Or release the paintkit in advance so we'll have a larger amount of liveries available at launch.

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  • serge_s
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    PMDG team,

    I know there is a slight delay with this release, but would it be possible to at least provide a list of changes planned for the release? Any additional insight would be greatly appreciated as we patiently await.

    Thank you very much for consideration.

    Serge

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  • Steve Dra
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    Originally posted by nopixar View Post

    Great work! Remember alot of those paints the wing textures have the black boarders along the full wing like here. The default wing textures only have the first section.
    Thanks for the info Miles! I'll update my textures accordingly!

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  • Steve Dra
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    Originally posted by jjlittler View Post
    Hey Steve,

    Great to see some repaints available prior to release. Any chance of a few Southwest special liveries?

    Best regards,
    James Littler
    Thanks James. We have a few Southwest repaint experts in the community that will take care of that airline. Go check out the repaint forum and look for their posts to see what they are planning.
    SWA will be well-represented with no doubt.

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  • nopixar
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    Originally posted by Steve Dra View Post
    To put a positive spin on the delay....I should be able to add more paints to the list of paints I've already released and available at Avsim. Click the link in my sig to grab them.
    lyCx64.jpg
    Great work! Remember alot of those paints the wing textures have the black boarders along the full wing like here. The default wing textures only have the first section.

    KLM-737-Economy-1024px-8.jpg

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  • jjlittler
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    Hey Steve,

    Great to see some repaints available prior to release. Any chance of a few Southwest special liveries?

    Best regards,
    James Littler

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  • Steve Dra
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    To put a positive spin on the delay....I should be able to add more paints to the list of paints I've already released and available at Avsim. Click the link in my sig to grab them.
    lyCx64.jpg

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  • Angus
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    Sounds good my wallet is waiting

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  • Steve Dra
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    Originally posted by Steve Dra View Post
    Michael Codd commented
    Yesterday, 22:45
    Steve, It looks to me as if you might have the shakes and ended up spilling most of your coffee on the aircraft's tail! LOL
    LOL....never made the connection that one of ASky's colors is coffee-brown...never have and probably never will see the airline in real life, but I hope I got the colors as close as they can be.

    kgMYx7.jpg

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  • orangebird
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    Originally posted by Paulyg123 View Post
    I didn't know Captain Robert was still flying for work. Is he still flying for an airline, or private stuff?
    I believe RSR flies a bizjet - some kind of Citation, if I remember correctly.

    He posted a few pics he took while flying the jet not too long ago. Search around in the forums, and they may turn up.

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  • Michael Codd
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    Steve, It looks to me as if you might have the shakes and ended up spilling most of your coffee on the aircraft's tail! LOL

  • Kapitanyur23
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    No biggie Robert, thanks for keeping us in the loop. Gotta stay flexible out there! I have some more heavy cargo to move anyway which would no doubt prove too much for the trusty 737.

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  • ace2029
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    Hi Robert,

    That's not a problem; there was something on the runway and the update was told to go around. It'll just do a circuit and we'll catch it next time

    Andy

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  • oblongmushroom
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    Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
    Or the Pratts.
    agreed! I can't wait for the PMDG 777!

    well, I can wait, just looking forward to it. I need to get the 747 soon. been busy.
    I will wait longer for realistic strut actuation.

    Last edited by oblongmushroom; 29Jan2020, 21:42.

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  • Captain Kevin
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    Originally posted by cmcloughlin View Post
    Thank you for the update. I am most excited that with the 737s out of the way, we are closer to the 777 update and... the mystical -200ER (with those fantastic RR engines )
    Or the Pratts.

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  • Tbarker1989
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    Lol like a broken record

  • cmcloughlin
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    Thank you for the update. I am most excited that with the 737s out of the way, we are closer to the 777 update and... the mystical -200ER (with those fantastic RR engines )

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  • fernando.boeing
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    Thank you!! We appreciate transparency!
    You are the best!

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