Airworthy Designs Updates TNCM for MSFS

Scenery developer Airworthy Designs, behind products like St. Martin for X-Plane 11 and Microsoft Flight Simulator, has recently released version 1.4.1 of their Microsoft Flight Simulator version of their St. Martin scenery. The update includes four small changes to the scenery.

The four changes include the addition of missing service roads, a fix for a potential CTD during loading, changes to the beach people’s drawing distance, and a fix for apron and line texture colors.

Airworthy designs have also announced that after a small hiatus, they have returned in full force for scenery production. It is unknown whether Airworthy designs are working on any new projects, or just updates for existing sceneries.

Existing scenery owners can update their scenery by re-downloading in from the store they bought it from. The scenery can be purchased from simMarket for approximately €15.99 here.

CHANGELOG

  • Fixed potential CTD issues at load time
  • Increased beach people drawing distance by a factor of 5
  • Fixed apron and lines texture colors
  • added some missing service roads


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