Some of the instruments on the C172SP in the latest version of XP-11 have been altered. Adjustments to the INTFG, ATT and TCR, therefore, are updated accordingly, in which the layout of the latter two were even renewed completely.
Download Links have been sent earlier today and all current users should have received the email(s) in their mailboxes by now. If not, notify me by email or via Comment Section below.
Regarding the fuel-flow reading errors caused by Logitech’s X-Plane plugin on Flight Instrument Panel (FIP) reported in Post 505, I am so happy to announce that the nasty issue has been finally solved for good, no need to beg for help from Logitech any more.
In light of some addons I came across: since the Logitech plugin fails to read the “fuel_flow_kg_sec” dataref properly, I popped up an idea that I could probably create something else to substitute the erratic function to read the fuel-flow values correctly. Continue reading
I am having some new ideas about the background of my gauges. But firstly tell me which types of background you like more by clicking the survey button below.
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Some of my FIP Gauges developed for FSX/P3D come with the backlight feature. By disabling the “Pilot controls aircraft lights” in Realism setting, the backlight will turn on automatically when night falls. I wasn’t aware of that before since I always have this option enabled.
Considering applying lights automatically really adds fun, probably I should spend some time updating more of my other gauges with backlights accordingly.
The Carenado CT210M is one of my favorite aircraft and it actually was the first third-party aircraft I ever purchased for flight simulation many years ago. Nevertheless, I had felt something wrong about its cockpit instrument but I couldn’t figure out what it was until recently when I was asked to worked on the X-Plane version of the ASI Gauge for Logitech’s Flight Instrument Panels (FIPs).
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Happy New Year !
Edit: The gauge is now available in the FIP store
Have been wanting to make the Graphic Engine Monitor (GEM) of the A36 Bonanza for a long time. Here’s a video preview of the finally created instrument running on the Logitech’s Flight Instrument Panel (FIP) next to the same instrument in the virtual cockpit on the computer monitor.
It took me quite some time to figure out how to make it right. It is under fine-tuning and will be my first gauge to be released in 2020. Continue reading
Just found out Logitech’s X-Plane Plugin for FIPs has been updated to version 184.108.40.206. According to the support page, the new version has included additional Cessna gauges (similar to those offered in FSX/P3D Drivers) plus updates to the rotary dial behavior in gauges.
Not sure what “updates to the rotary dial behavior” means but the new version works fine on my system without any issue so far.
Sadly, the fuel-flow issues I reported more than a year ago in Post 505 and 509 are still not addressed.
Radar Altimeter (RDA) is an avionic device that is used to measure the distance (or the Above Ground Level (AGL) altitude) between an aircraft and the terrain presently beneath it. The Duke B60 and Duke Turbine from RealAir Simulations are both equipped with a piece of the instrument in their cockpits.
After an AGL altitude is selected, the DH (Decision Height) indicator of the RDA on the Duke B60 or Duke Turbine will lit up when the aircraft is within 100 feet below the set point, and turn off when the 100 feet range is passed. The corresponding FIP Duke Shared RDA I developed for the two aircraft was designed and programmed in this manner.
However, a new user, Ken, wrote to me recently saying that the DH indicator on the real RDA doesn’t react this way. Continue reading
The FIP Bundle Gauge Set for the A2A Piper J-3 Cub has just updated to Version R1r01. Apart from various bug fixes and accuracy improvements in the series, the dial of the Altimeter can now rotate according to atmospheric pressure adjustments, just like what the altimeter does in the virtual cockpit on the aircraft.
Moreover, a pop-up style Barometric (QNH) Scale is added to the instrument, which not only provides extra handy features to the user but also be able to maintain the look and feel of the original design of the altimeter at the same time.
Current users of the bundle should have received the download link for the update in their mailboxes by now. If not, notify me by email or via the Comment Section below.