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    [30OCT20] Very Minor Update for NGXu Product Line

    Captains,

    We just pushed a very small update for the PMDG 737NGXu product line. It is available via the Operations Center and it will update your PMDG 737NGXu Base Package to version 2.91.0681.

    This update handles a couple of small nuisance items with the standby attitude indicator and some fuel menu issues when operating the BBJ with the entire aux fuel kit. There were also a handful of other background changes that we made in preparation for a pending update that will ease the transition into P3D v5.1.

    I'll have a bit more to say about P3D's latest update a bit later in the weekend. In the mean time I hope you are all enjoying your Friday evening!

    Robert S. Randazzo
    PMDG Simulations
    http://www.pmdg.com



    #2
    Thank you boss!
    Alex Kulak
    PMDG Studier and flyer

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      #3
      Amazing! Even if small, I LOVE updates 😍
      Thank you so much!
      Giovanni D. Tarar
      FAA CPL+IR Single & Multiengine Land
      I love flying when I'm in a bad mood

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        #4
        Thanks Robert. Looking forward to an "extended" update during THIS weekend
        Christian Mbeumo

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          #5
          Much appreciated pmdg team.
          Danny Z.Cebis

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            #6
            Thank you!
            Florin Marinache

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              #7
              Thanks a lot, Robert !
              Thimote Brunot
              PMDG 737 & 747/8 & 777

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                #8
                Looking forward to seeing what the team think of p3d 5.1

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                  #9
                  Thanks Robert
                  Sylvester Archibald

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                    #10
                    Just wondering, is the engine issue with the BBJ being worked on? Having the CFM56-7B24s kneecaps the BBJ's ability to get out of shorter runways
                    Sterling Paulsen

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                      #11
                      I so hope to see a framed pic from the big fan of the RR Trent 895
                      Cédrice Rive P3D4.5
                      747, MD11, 737, 777

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by spauls121 View Post
                        Just wondering, is the engine issue with the BBJ being worked on? Having the CFM56-7B24s kneecaps the BBJ's ability to get out of shorter runways
                        IIRC, This is a small issue that can be worked around by simply editing the aircraft.cfg by changing the thrust value from 24200lbf to 26300lbf or even 27300lbf as you wish to. Or, you can preselect the thrust bump option (27k rating) in the T/O Thrust page of the CDU.
                        Last edited by snsb789; 31Oct2020, 15:57.
                        Regards,

                        Swapnil Sirdeshpande
                        B.E (Aeronautics)

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                          #13
                          Can't wait to see the update!

                          We're anxiously awaiting news on the 777 and GFO!
                          Craig Norman

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                            #14
                            Thanks Robert and the PMDG Team.

                            Harry Nelson
                            Harry Nelson

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by CANorm91 View Post
                              Can't wait to see the update!

                              We're anxiously awaiting news on the 777 and GFO!
                              And the LNAV module

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                                #16
                                When do we get a BBJ paintkit?
                                Bruce Leehan

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                                  #17
                                  Another Saturday, Another no update. I guess Happy Halloween everyone!

                                  Nikita Travkin

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                                    #18
                                    Originally posted by nikita1234 View Post
                                    Another Saturday, Another no update. I guess Happy Halloween everyone!

                                    Nikita Travkin
                                    Well it’s still weekend so don’t give up your hopes I anticipate an update today.
                                    Anton Vind
                                    CPU: i9-9900K, GPU: RTX 2080 SUPER, RAM: 32 GB DDR4 3600 MHz, Drives: 2 TB SSD

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                                      #19
                                      Am I halucinating, or did the landing lights switches change a bit with the last update? Just a silly question, I know :-D
                                      Jan Vysoký

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                                      • Mickel
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                                        Not just the landing light switches. I thought I was imagining it.

                                      #20
                                      Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
                                      Captains,

                                      We just pushed a very small update for the PMDG 737NGXu product line. It is available via the Operations Center and it will update your PMDG 737NGXu Base Package to version 2.91.0681.

                                      This update handles a couple of small nuisance items with the standby attitude indicator and some fuel menu issues when operating the BBJ with the entire aux fuel kit. There were also a handful of other background changes that we made in preparation for a pending update that will ease the transition into P3D v5.1.

                                      I'll have a bit more to say about P3D's latest update a bit later in the weekend. In the mean time I hope you are all enjoying your Friday evening!
                                      Thanks Robert,

                                      As soon as I get back to Dubai, I'll keep my promise and purchase the BBJ :-), Now, about GFO ;-).........

                                      Scott
                                      Kendall Scott Mann
                                      Still Telling Pilots Where To Go!!!

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                                        #21
                                        What change are you thinking of? There are two different models available if you didn't know. (four if you count with or without flashing landing lights). The old four switch and the newer with just two switches for the LED equipped planes.
                                        Kristoffer Rivedal

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                                          #22
                                          Originally posted by Anton Vind View Post

                                          Well it’s still weekend so don’t give up your hopes I anticipate an update today.
                                          You seem to have forgotten how extendable RSR's definition of week-end can be
                                          Christian Mbeumo

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                                            #23
                                            Originally posted by VoyagerP3D View Post

                                            You seem to have forgotten how extendable RSR's definition of week-end can be
                                            A weekend is as long as a 777 update takes to release
                                            Timm Rehberg
                                            Twitch Stream | V1 Simulations Blog

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                                              #24
                                              Originally posted by xTiMm_ View Post

                                              A weekend is as long as a 777 update takes to release
                                              a looooooooooooooooooong weekend can become boring very quickly. Hopefully we will see at least some screenshots showing the PBR texture. Then I will believe, that they are really working on that airplane. For the time being I will shift my focus to real life stuffs
                                              Christian Mbeumo

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                                                #25
                                                What if the -200ER releases together with the update 😲
                                                Last edited by Anton Vind; 01Nov2020, 18:49.
                                                Anton Vind
                                                CPU: i9-9900K, GPU: RTX 2080 SUPER, RAM: 32 GB DDR4 3600 MHz, Drives: 2 TB SSD

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                                                  #26
                                                  Almost the end of the day and still nothing about the 777 😔😭
                                                  Noah Scohy

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                                                    #27
                                                    777 is probably delayed until 2021
                                                    Timm Rehberg
                                                    Twitch Stream | V1 Simulations Blog

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                                                      #28
                                                      We're all waiting for the 777 update. Please release the update within this year.
                                                      I want a preview of the 777 PBR.
                                                      Kim young ju

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                                                        #29
                                                        Originally posted by xTiMm_ View Post
                                                        777 is probably delayed until 2021
                                                        I don't recall PMDG ever saying it would be released in 2020.
                                                        - Karl Brooker

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                                                          #30
                                                          Originally posted by SK331 View Post
                                                          What change are you thinking of? There are two different models available if you didn't know. (four if you count with or without flashing landing lights). The old four switch and the newer with just two switches for the LED equipped planes.
                                                          No, I mean their more "white-ish" look

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                                                          Jan Vysoký

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