Taking to the A2A Simulations Community forums, developer A2A has announced the release of v1.3 of their well-received Piper PA-24 Comanche 250, citing numerous bug fixes as having been the focus of this update.
The developer has managed to adress numerous issues such as the parking brake not engaging once the brakes are worn or the airframe suffering from accelerated corrosion damage when it’s not in use. Other notable fixes and additions to the product include the addition of persistent rudder trim behavior, the addition of a repairing landing lights function and a trim acceleration option to the integrated tablet, as well as numerous fixes to onboard systems detailed herafter.
Users who want to update their version of A2A Simulatios’ Piper PA-24 Comanche 250 can do so through the “Comanche Check for Updates” function in the A2A Simualtions folder in the Windows start menu. Alternatively, users can also redownload the installer from their in-store account page.
For more information, feel free to head to the official forum thread linked here.
Updated Features List
- Added persistent rudder trim behavior
- Added function to repair landing lights using the tablet
- Added trim acceleration option to the tablet
- Added independent options for metric temperature and air pressure to the tablet
- Added support for rudder axis when auto rudder is selected in MSFS assistance options
- Fixed parking brake not engaging when brakes are somewhat worn
- Fixed accelerated corrosion damage when aircraft is not in use
- Fixed double clicks being necessary at some stations if conducting a second walkaround
- Fixed overstress crash if moving camera position to external instrument view camera via keystroke
- Fixed TDS GTN 750Xi not initializing under certain conditions
- Fixed bug where very low FPS could cause runaway physics and animation artefacts
- Linked ADF timer volume to warnings volume slider in the tablet
- Fixed tip tank gauge not powering down when battery was switched off with right tank selected
- Fixed memory leak when engine analyzer page of tablet open
- Fixed modelling of left ashtray
- Fixed part of rudder pedals axle being visible from the outside
- Mapped fuel selectors to MSFS “left main”, “left aux”, “2 right main”, “2 right aux” key shortcuts