FlyJSim Updates Jetliners for Future X-Plane Versions

Alex John
Wednesday, March 11, 2020

An update to FlyJSim's jetliners has been released, aiming to provide compatibility with future X-Plane versions and fixing a handful of bugs.

As noted through various channels such as their Facebook page, the update seeks to ensure compatibility with future X-Plane versions by updating the core of both aircraft - the SASL engine. FlyJSim also claims the aircraft will be more stable with this change.

In addition, the red altitude reference bugs have been addressed in both aircraft, along with the disappearing UI for Mac users, defaulting Librain to off for Mac users who may experience issues, and stopping spoilers from extending when powering back. Also, the window shades in the 737-200 no longer go "crazy" upon loading when paused.

FlyJSim advises its users to do a full re-install for this update, rather than using the SkunkCrafts updater.

The developer is continuing to work on two major projects: a brand new De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 known as the Q4XP, along with their Shared Flight application.

Towards the end of last year, the cockpit textures of the Q4XP were completed, whilst all the details of Shared Flight are available to view on their website.

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