Although both FSX/P3D and X-Plane 11 comes with the BeechCraft Baron 58, their cockpit instruments, operations and features are not exactly the same. One of these differences is the ability to select different HSI sources in X-Plane, which the FSX/P3D B58, including the Carenada version, doesn’t have.
The selection feature has been added to the XPL B58 HSI Gauge, on which users can now choose from NAV1 (VOR1), NAV2 (VOR2) and GPS as needed for course deviation indications. Following is a video showing how the HSI works when the selection source is changed.
Updates for the Carenado B58 Gauges are ready and download links are being sent to users today. Similarly, there are bug fixes, feature enhancements and code optimizations. Should any user not receiving the email by tomorrow, feel free to contact me by email or via Comment of this post.
Following the A36 Bonanza update, links for the Default B58 Baron Gauges update have been sent to all users earlier today. Similarly, there are bug fixes, feature enhancements and code optimizations. Should any user not receiving the update, feel free to contact me by email or via Comment of this post.
Updates for the Carenado B58 will be ready in the next few days.
The B58 gauges come in two different versions — one for the default B58 and one for the Carenado B58.
Although the two gauge sets look similar in some ways, there are actually many subtle but notable differences between the two in terms of design and coding implementations. And the same gauge from the two versions could act differently in many occasions. It is one of the reasons dragging my original plan behind. Continue reading →