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    IFly 737

    IFly 737 for FS2004 manual is now available for download from today- 500 pages!
    http://www.simforums.com/forums/foru...anual-download
    I wonder how this will be for interfacing?
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    Re: IFly 737

    Thought I would mention, there are several B737 and other aircraft manuals available for download in our downloads area.

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    Re: IFly 737

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Olieman View Post
    Thought I would mention, there are several B737 and other aircraft manuals available for download in our downloads area.
    Yes indeed Matt but just in case you misunderstood, the IFly737 will be a new release for FS9 and FSX . Since PMDG are not releasing their new 737NGX for FS9 users the IFly 737 has been causing great excitement within the FS9 community. The release of the manual would possible indicate the imminent release of the 737 package. It will indeed be interesting to 737 builders to discover whether or not it can be easily interfaced with our add on hardware.
    Now to do some serious reading!!!
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    Re: IFly 737

    The IFLY 737 NG is now available.

    http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=iflyfs9
    Greatings from Germany

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    Re: IFly 737

    well, i guess its worth a try, but i dunno, i think many are happy with the PMDG, but we will see if this is better :/

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    Re: IFly 737

    It will be interesting to find out if this interfaces with various hardware e.g. CP Flight MCP and EFIS, Go Flight modules etc. I suspect it will but I would like this confirmed before purchase. The big complaint with the PMDG by cockpit builders was the lack of an SDK plus the decision not to release the PMDG NGX for FS2004.
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    Re: IFly 737

    I purchased it this morning and am still battling to get it all working properly.
    It looks good..... but that's about it. I must say that all at Flight one are helping to get the problem solved.

    See here: http://www.simforums.com/forums/seri...opic36088.html

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    Re: IFly 737

    Good morning gentle(wo)men

    does the iFly 737 has an SDK to make it possible to read out the systems via FSUIPC?

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    Re: IFly 737

    Not sure what is meant by an SDK but the IFLY 737 has "hundreds of programmeable key assignments". However although the PFD, ND and EFIS "pop up" they can not yet be dragged or resized. The developers tell me they are keen to meet the requirements of cockpit builders and expect to include this in a service patch. Have a look at the IFLY support which can be found over at "SimForums" - sorry haven't got a direct link just at the moment.
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    Re: IFly 737

    Hello Bill, thx for that fast reply I hope they'll do meet the requirements of cockpit building. Of course, there might be a lot of key assignments - but the most import question is: is it possible to read out led states and all that stuff via fsuipc or a real sdk and, also "of course", the instruments (ft. cdu) must be resizable and draggable. when these requirements will be met, i'm sure this aircraft might be a good alternative to PMDG's 737; maybe a better one if they offer an easy way to read out led states...

    Regards, Michael

    Note: the sdk (software development kit) offers library functions that allow third party software (e.g. drivers for some hardware) to access the aircraft systems data...

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