A small update for FireFighter X has been released:
update version 1.17 b04 of WAMA has been released to the shops today. Please give them a couple of days to deploy the deliverables.
Lorby Flashlight has been updated to 1.02 b02. It has two additional colors options now, "Green" and "Amber".
a few product updates have been released today:
FireFighter X 1.86 b01
CameraPositionX 1.26 b04
WhereAreMyAircraft (WAMA) 1.16 b03
All three apps have been uploaded to the shops, they should be deployed in the next few days.
WAMA has been updated to version 1.15. This fixes the problem where the Aerosoft Airbus would become uncontrollable while WAMA was active.
The new version has been uploaded to the shops and should be available in your account there shortly.
Lorby Flashlight has received a small update:
Lorby Flashlight is a small addon app that places a flashlight in your VC / Avatar, that moves with the direction of your view. The light comes in two different sizes and colors (white/red).
It is available as a free download, way down on the downloads page.
the P4AO Addon Organizer for P3D V3/4 has been updated to version 1.39 b09
- The bug causing non-sequential layer order when using scenery groups has been fixed
- You can now add complete subfolders containing multiple sceneries in one go
- All Packages can be activated/deactivated at the same time
AxisAndOhs has been updated to 1.00 b04
I have decided to release the current development version of "Lorby AxisAndOhs" as freeware.
This app is an external, stand-alone tool, that manages joystick/controller assignment and calibration for your individual aircraft in the simulator. All joystick input is routed through the tool and injected into the simulator from the outside, so it is necessary to disable the controllers in the simulator itself (and in FSUIPC if you are using that).
The tool supports creating templates that you can assign to new aircraft, but every configuration is currently assigned individually to each single aircraft.
AxisAndOhs does not change anything in your simulator setup, it is completely external. (unless you use the feature that disables controllers in the standard.xml)
The app is still in development. I made it so that it fits my own use cases, as a casual simmer, who doesn't have a lot of time to fly. Also, I am always using only one aircraft with my favorite livery from an addon, I don't have the requirement to constantly change things. But of course people are approaching the same problem from different angles, so suggestions to improve the app are always welcome.