Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by larrylynx » 18 Jan 2015, 12:14

Hi Torben

Yes we have airstairs and a fine piece of animation they are too ;) , they need to be assigned to wing fold, either a switch or key through fsuipc (i think its wing fold, will check when i'm home)

Steve

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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by larrylynx » 18 Jan 2015, 12:26

Hi Roland

Swiss look easy to do so should have ready in time for livery uploads.

Hi Mav

Both Lapi and I have already answered your question but to answer it again, yes the doors open as you suggest

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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by Sudden81 » 18 Jan 2015, 13:48

What happened to the release? Did I miss understood 18/1?
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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by wpslider » 18 Jan 2015, 13:51

After a long wait, I'm glad to let you know that the new Prosim 738 model will be released on the 19th of January.
I believe it's tomorrow. ;)

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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by maverick_1971 » 18 Jan 2015, 13:53

larrylynx wrote:Hi Roland

Swiss look easy to do so should have ready in time for livery uploads.

Hi Mav

Both Lapi and I have already answered your question but to answer it again, yes the doors open as you suggest

Steve
Thanks a lot Steve, i think i miss something.
But thats a clear answer .. Thanks a very lot!

I cant wait for tomorrow... :-)

Thanks
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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by Lapi » 18 Jan 2015, 14:54

maverick_1971 wrote:I cant wait for tomorrow... :-)
Do not be so sure about that.
A slight delay of four and a half years might happen again.
We might have to wait for the approval of Her Majesty, as well as a friendly ayatollah still needs to approve it from the high-altitude angle...

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Lapi

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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by Buffort » 18 Jan 2015, 15:58

Don't worry about that, I will take care of Her Majesty, She can not refuse me :D

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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by dvincent » 18 Jan 2015, 16:32

:lol:
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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by larrylynx » 18 Jan 2015, 16:38

Swiss livery ready for upload, yeah I know, I'm too good to you lovely people ;)

Hope its not too delayed as I'm running out of hard drive space, 34 liveries at 150MB each uncompressed is err err, ok running out of fingers and toes here, it's a LOT :o

We could also say, release is subject to change without notice and its nothing to do with me, for once :lol:

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Re: Prosim737-800 Flight Model and Visual Model

Post by belgianguy » 18 Jan 2015, 20:16

Hi Steve,

I just saw the announcment on Facebook that the new model will be released tomorrow, so a JetairFly livery would be nice too, that is if you stil have some HD space :D
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Gert

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