X-Plane 11.10 je venku. Přináší pár pěkných změn, mimo jiné třeba poměrně povedenou G1000, zkoušel jsem ji v C172 a vypadá velmi slibně.
Další release notes tady:
https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/f ... -released/
Native VR now supported.
Higher performance graphics code enabled for AMD drivers.
Updated aircraft for VR, including a brand new Aerolite 103.
New landmarks for Sydney, Australia.
Customizable jetways kit & terminal kit updates for use with WED.
Many GPS & FMS fixes & improvements.
In-app purchasing option for new demo users.
Updated German translations.
New alert messaging system.
Fixes for dead-reckoning improve formation flying.
Enhancements and new options for .joy configuration files.
Improved night lighting textures in far views.
Columbia 400 aircraft with new G1000 (3D work by Captain_Noob 75)
Ben Supnik says:
September 15, 2017 at 10:11 am
I’m not sure what’s happening with TCAS, but what I can say is: the TCAS integration with XSquawkBox is a mess. I know this because I wrote it (100 years ago). XSB is tricking X-Plane by adding and removing AI planes at random times, probably in a way that no longer “works”.
This technique is not recommended and was always a hack. For 11.10 we’re adding new datarefs to let plugins cleanly interact with TCAS.
Once this is adopted by libxplanemp and XSB, then the situation will be simple. If you don’t want ATC, don’t talk to ATC and don’t turn on AI planes. XSB will use CSL and ATC will do nothing.