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    PMDG 737 Latest update

    Anyone else? Windows views not clear and not able to view outside.
    Any advise please?

    #2
    Window heat on?
    Picture may help
    Scott Clark

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      #3
      600 model:
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        #4
        Originally posted by Sectortll View Post
        600 model:
        Hmmmmm - Maybe this 600 has Dreamliner style darkening windows??? LOL
        Sincerely,

        Dennis D. Müllert

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          #5
          Is that one window or all? What do the others oook like?
          George Morris

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            #6
            That's to keep the Pax from seeing all the good stuff when you go into area 51

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              #7
              whats this new update for 737-700 i just received in pmdg ops? its 3.0.49. i cant find any info on it in pmdg discord or here.

              Chris "KoaWood"
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              #8
              Let's hope it will address the A/T issue. Didn't have a chance to try it out myself yet but very much looking forward to!
              Richard Åsberg

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              • Schmegg
                Schmegg commented
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                I'm finding the AT much better since the update. Certainly looks like they are getting on top of the problem now.

              #9
              Originally posted by Falcon99 View Post
              Is that one window or all? What do the others oook like?
              All windows are dirty and black, and only one emergency exit window is just dirty . Am I the only one having this issue with windows?​
              I deleted the folder with textures in the hope that some unofficial liveries added burnt plane color , but it did not help.​
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                #10
                Yes, me too. There is a fix for that?
                Thank you very much.

                😎 Vincenzo Lofaro

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                  #11
                  Originally posted by Enzon View Post
                  Yes, me too. There is a fix for that?
                  Thank you very much.
                  Found this post on the pmdg discord​ channel:
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                  Anyone else seeing very dark cabin window views in version 3.0.49? I downgraded to version 3.0.42 and they look normal. EDIT: Just found out PMDG is are aware of this issue and it will be corrected soon



                  ​"
                  I really hope that he did not decide - "addressed" based on this topic​​

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                    #12
                    Originally posted by Sectortll View Post

                    Found this post on the pmdg discord​ channel:
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                    Anyone else seeing very dark cabin window views in version 3.0.49? I downgraded to version 3.0.42 and they look normal. EDIT: Just found out PMDG is are aware of this issue and it will be corrected soon



                    ​"
                    I really hope that he did not decide - "addressed" based on this topic​​
                    First, PMDG requires you to sign your posts with your first and last name, which you agreed to when you created an account here. Failure to do so can result in posts being removed without warning. You can set up a signature to avoid forgetting by following the instructions here:

                    In this thread we have a few resources for you to use with your forum signature. If anyone comes up with some good high quality signature blocks that you'd like to share with other users, please let us know and we may add them here! How to Set Up a Signature: Signature is added via clicking the username pull-down at the top


                    Second, the PMDG Discord that you're in isn't a PMDG official Discord, so nobody from PMDG is going to be there. Last I recall, people reported this issue on the -600 only, so they are investigating.
                    Captain Kevin

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                    • franco4flyin
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                      I did not find the Discord channel..I was asking where and invite was.

                      As to posting my surname...what purpose does this serve other than to give people on the internet that I do not know, personal information about me they should not have....cause we all know that poeple on the internet are completly trustworthy right?

                      Honestly, I do not remember reading about my having to put my last name here but I will take your word for it.....most of us do not read all these "agreements" like we are lawyers.

                      If you want to ban me if you have that power to do so I suppose you will, or as a forum monitor dude report me, that is your choice.

                    • CoyoteLoco
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                      @franco4flyin
                      PMDG FORUM RULES
                      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 is one of the few rigid rules that we enforce regularly. We do so because we feel that forums in which users must engage one another personally are generally warmer, more collegial and friendly. Posts that are unsigned will be quietly removed without comment by the moderators, so to make your life easy- we recommend enabling your forum signature so that you never need to remember. Do this by clicking the username pull-down at the top right, then selecting "User Settings." You will find the signature editor on the ACCOUNT tab, about half way down the page. Look for "Edit Post Signature." Be sure to click the "Show Signatures" box.

                    • Captain Kevin
                      Captain Kevin commented
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                      franco4flyin, I'm not sure why you responded to me since I wasn't even responding to your post. In fact, I don't even see any of your posts in this thread. In any event, when you created your forum account, there is a checkbox that reads "I have read and agreed to the site's terms and rules." You had to click on the checkbox in order to agree, so you could create an account. If you clicked on the terms and rules, it tells you there, which most people don't bother to do, they just click on the checkbox. Additionally, at the very top of the forum, the rules are listed at all times.

                      I don't have the power to ban you, nor am I going to waste my time reporting you, I'm just reminding people that the rules are there, so they can do something about it. I would hate to see people have their posts get removed and they have no idea why. Additionally, if I'm trying to help someone with something and their post gets removed because they failed to follow the rules, I can't do anything to help them because I obviously can't see their posts if their posts get removed.

                    #13
                    Good to know this is a known issue as I am also experiencing it on my - 600 regardless of what livery I use. At first I thought it was some issue from a livery I downloaded as someone in the P3D section reported a similar issue. Their solution was to delete some kind of shader folder. But from what I'm gathering it seems to be a PMDG issue this time. I haven't modified my computer or software in any way save downloading liveries.

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