A2A Simulations Updates Comanche 250 for MSFS
A2A Simulations has recently issued a new update to their Accu-Sim Comanche 250 for Microsoft Flight Simulator, bringing changes to the sound system and multiple bug fixes.
Update 1.4, the fourth so far, restores proper engine preheater functionality, changes the sound system to Wwise (making it so it all runs within the simulator and the volume control is now shared with MSFS), fixes point and drag behavior with the gamepad, and more. The complete list of changes follows below:
Version 1.4.0 Changes
- Updated sound system to use Wwise interface
- Removed HelperA2AserviceMSFS executable and its entry in exe.xml
- Removed master volume slider from tablet as this is now controlled by the MSFS master volume slider
- Restored proper engine preheater functionality
- Slightly improved performance of battery at very low temperature
- Improved handling of custom joystick shortcuts with the new functions added to MSFS SDK in SU13. (The change will take effect after saving config using the updated Input Configurator.)
- Fixed GTN 750Xi not being shown as selected in tablet after restart
- Enlarged environment occlusion to prevent long blades of grass from poking through cockpit floor
- Fixed point and drag interaction when using gamepad
- Fixed symmetry of navigation lights
- Fixed wing loading displayed on tablet when metric units are selected
- Fixed transponder ident light remaining on if lit when avionics power switched off
- Modified beacon lighting to eliminate slight leak onto cabin ceiling
- Removed pitch control out of range log warning
- Updated Hobbs and tachometer counters to show tenths of hours digit as black on white
- Corrected mistyped instance of ‘crankshaft’ in maintenance details of tablet
The add-on is available on their store for $49.99, requiring at least 1.8 GB of free hard disk space to install.
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