FlightFactor released two BETA updates for the 757/767 (XP11)

FlightFactor has today released two new beta updates for their Boeing 757 and 767 renditions for X-Plane 11. The announcement was made via FlightFactor’s social networks such as the Facebook page or Discord server.

The new beta version of the Boeing 757 rendition features, for example, fixed clock display, fixed lamps for fire extinguishing handles, or added violations in the air-fuel mixture which can cause the engine stop.

On the other hand, the new beta version of the Boeing 767 features added temperature in cargo compartments display, fixed logic of heat exchanging between fuel and environment air, or turned off sound notification warning during “Fire detection test”.

Both updates have some similarities. The complete changelogs can be found below. If you want to download the updates, you can do so via the FlightFactor Updater.

Changelog (757 – 2.4.5)

  • added violations in the air-fuel mixture in which the engine can stop if the engine igniter is not turned on: heavy rains, icing of the engine, high turbulence, low fuel pressure
  • deleted an option to enable BULK Temperature EICAS displays
  • turned off sound notification “warning”, and light “caution”
  • during the “Fire detection test”
  • fixed ground service objects drawing in X-Plane 11.50 (Vulkan)
  • fixed lamps for fire extinguishing handles
  • fixed TAI indication
  • fixed radials rendering for tuned navaids and fix info
  • fixed clock display
  • fixed logic of heat exchanging between fuel and environment air when wing anti-ice is active
  • fixed some IRS lamps and states logic

Changelog (767 – 1.3.9)

  • added an option to enable displaying BULK Temperature on EICAS
  • added temperature in cargo compartments displaying
  • added violations in the air-fuel mixture in which the engine can stop if the engine igniter is not turned on: heavy rains, icing of the engine, high turbulence, low fuel pressure
  • turned off sound notification “warning”, and light “caution”
  • during the “Fire detection test”
  • fixed ground service objects drawing in X-Plane 11.50 (Vulkan)- fixed lamps for fire extinguishing handles
  • fixed TAI indication
  • fixed radials rendering for tuned navaids and fix info
  • fixed clock display
  • fixed logic of heat exchanging between fuel and environment air when wing anti-ice is active
  • fixed some IRS lamps and states logic

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