Author Archives: Jennifer Roberts

About Jennifer Roberts

Jennifer came to X-Plane to update the manuals and stayed for the bug testing. You'll most likely see her on the Q&A site or answering bug reports.

FMOD Video Tutorial

We have a new video tutorial on using FMOD to add custom sounds to X-Plane 11. This simple tutorial shows how to add a snapshot and an event in FMOD. The video also has a permanent home on the video page … Continue reading

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Posted in Aircraft, Screencasts | 12 Comments

WED 1.6b2 available now

The latest WED 1.6 beta is now available to test. Download WED 1.6.0b2 for Mac OS X Download WED 1.6.0b2 for Windows Download WED 1.6.0b2 for Linux This version includes multiple bug fixes, such as Ted's fix to crashes caused … Continue reading

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Posted in Scenery, Tools | 13 Comments

Usage Data for X-Plane 10 & 11

You might have noticed we've been working our tails off to make X-Plane 11 an amazing sim, with tons of new features, and during that time we didn't have the resources to do anything further with our proposal to publish X-Plane usage data. The … Continue reading

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Posted in Uncategorized, X-Plane Usage Data | 37 Comments

WED 1.5b1 is out now!

The first beta for World Editor 1.5 is now available to download. This version features numerous bug fixes, along with major improvements to make editing airports easier and faster by providing more visual clues. It's also the first 64-bit version … Continue reading

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Posted in Development, News, Tools | 31 Comments

RFC: X-Plane Usage Data

This is a "Request for Comments" post---please discuss the proposal in the comments. Per our standard procedure, if you comment asking about the Oculus Rift, your comment will be piped to /dev/null. X-Plane started collecting anonymous usage data in version 10.40. I used … Continue reading

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Posted in Development, RFC | 30 Comments