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Category Archives: News
For X-Plane users with an AMD graphics* card on Windows or Linux: there appears to be a bug in the 13.11 drivers** that cause corruption in HDR mode; the symptoms are square artifacts of missing clouds and missing windshield in … Continue reading
If you’ve survived downloading the rather large 10.25 patch and you want to download even more data, good news! Alpilotx has just released version 2 of his X-Plane HD Mesh Scenery. His scenery pack is a donation-ware recut of North … Continue reading
X-Plane 10.25, out now, is a big update by size – 1 GB compressed, if you were current to 10.22. The result on our servers is, well, higher than normal load. (That nearly flat top-out at 100 mbits is 10.25 … Continue reading
X-Plane 10.25 went final today; if you’ve launched X-Plane you already know that from the auto-update notice. With this update we shipped the first set of lego-brick airports, and new urban and natural terrain. We also updated WorldEditor to version … Continue reading
I’ve marked WorldEditor 1.2.1 as final. If you are a WorldEditor user, please upgrade from 1.2 to 1.2.1. Besides fixing a bunch of bugs (including annoying usability bugs), it changes the format of the zip files for submissions to the … Continue reading
I have a lot to cover here – a little for everyone I think. 10.25 Release Candidate 1 Is Up If you are a third party developer using 10.22, and you haven’t participated in 10.25 betas, please go do so now. … Continue reading
We’re on release candidate three of WorldEditor 1.2.1. RC3 fixed export of 970 airport files to include frequencies and fixed a bug where you could end up with a two-point hole in a polygon (which would then cause the airport … Continue reading
64-bit XSquawkBox is here. Huge thanks to Wade for getting the beta going, and to Christian for writing brand new Mac audio support! Besides being big news for VATSIM users (who were stuck in 32-bit land from now on), 64-bit … Continue reading
X-Plane 10.25 beta 3 is now available. If you already have 10.25b1 you will be prompted to auto-update. This build adds some new dry-climate urban textures; here is a comparison. If we don’t find any more show-stopping bugs, there will … Continue reading