X-Plane add-on maker IXEG has pushed an update to their Boeing 737 Classic add-on. This version 1.33 comprises numerous bug fixes and improvements. Several bugs leading to a crash in the FMC have been corrected, and the aircraft now supports 8.33 KHz radios, which can be useful in an online environment.
Customers of the IXEG aircraft should now have received an email with instructions on how to get the update. The developer underline that this updates is for X-Plane 11.41 or newer, and that previous versions are not supported as the flight dynamics have changed in this version.
The IXEG 737 is currently on sale on the X-Aviation website, where its usual price of $74.95 is down to $49.95. The sale ends on 25th august at 0400Z.The full changelog is as below :
- Fixed gizmo crash when picking a runway that is not supported by the selected STAR
- Fixed gizmo crash when selecting certain procedures while the LEGS page is open on left CDU.
- Fixed spelling error that caused problems with case sensitive operating systems
- Fixed rolling digits behaviour on FLT ALT (pressurization) window when scrolling down with mousewheel
- Fixed EGT indicator needle on steam instruments not pointing to correct values
- Fixed FO side glass pane not moving with sliding window
- Fixed weird altitude restrictions shown, like 0000A/5000B
- Prevent wind display going blank in flight with strong headwind and low groundspeed
- Prevent windshear warning going off when not warranted
- Fixed various lua errors related to procedure selection
- Made N1 fan disk be opaque when viewing engine from behind while running
- Enabled fire warning/fire fighting and auto-shutdown for APU
- Enabled engines to restart after extinguishing a fire without having to reload aircraft
- Implemented full ignition system behaviour (electrical supply, start- and selection switch dependencies)
- Increased “grab area” of both-throttle manipulator for VR and mouse users
- Adjusted “grab area” of engine start switches to be more intuitive
- Added many custom commands that can be mapped to hardware or keys
Added 8.33kHz support for the radios