PMDG 737NGXu Profile update?

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  • #1567

    azangrilli
    Participant

    Hello,

    I recently installed the NGXu 737 from PMDG. Will there be a profile update from Brunner for the new update from PMDG?

    When I have the autopilot engaged the yoke does not move with the yoke of the aircraft?

    I am using the PMDG profile and it was working on the Old NGX PMDG 737

    #1568

    jovabra
    Participant

    On 2019/11/10 i wrote a ticket about this PMDG 737 NGXU problem.
    Until now no reaction. :-((
    Regards
    John v Braam

    #1569

    azangrilli
    Participant

    Hopefully we see some information on how to make this work. Tried to add the SDK entry to the NGXu. No luck.

    #1570

    skiff
    Participant

    Would love to see support for this as well.

    #1571

    Diego Bürgin
    Keymaster

    Hi everyone

    We currently do not support the PMDG 737 NGXU.
    I have made a brief check on the API. Unfortunately it’s not going to be a 5 minute fix to get it working.
    I must warn you that this will most probably not change until end of Q1 2020.
    I have added this as a task to the issue list, but cannot make any promises about feasibility or timeline.

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

    #1572

    jovabra
    Participant

    Hi,
    It’s a answer but not the one we are waiting for.
    Regards
    John

    #1573

    azangrilli
    Participant

    Thank you for the update Diego. Appreciate all your hard work. Has Brunner started on MSFS 2020 integration at all?

    #1577

    mrscott
    Participant

    Great question! I can only deduce 1) Of course Brunner will be active with MSFS2020. They stated so in the New MKII product data sheet. 2) Brunner must have a significant share of the professional (Level D) business worldwide, and to have brought a consumer affordable product line to bare is a smart business decision. Most every Professional Pilot has time in a Level D trainer. Many Professional Pilots use home trainer/Sim rigs too so who would you gravitate to if you had a choice of a traditional flight sim yoke or a high quality, precision control loading device?

    #1665

    skiff
    Participant

    Any updates on when we might see support for this?

    #1677

    severniae
    Participant

    I too would like to see the NGXu integrated.

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