YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

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YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

Post by Iceman » Mon Feb 21, 2011 8:30 pm

You know where it is. As of this moment, he hasn't updated his website, but the download link on the stable download page links to the new stable version.

Go get it!

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Re: YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

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Re: YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

Post by TwelvePointBuck » Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:08 pm

That was my problem, ever since i joined the stable link sent me to the new version.

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Re: YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

Post by Phoenix » Thu Feb 24, 2011 5:49 pm

A problem no more.

New is stable!

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Re: YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

Post by Dragon029 » Sat Feb 26, 2011 7:12 am

Just noticed something - has anyone else noticed the difference between Mach speed and air speed in the new version? I'm pretty sure it did this before, but now doing things like 300knots at 60,000ft is indicated at something like Mach 1.2
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Re: YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

Post by Kynan » Sat Feb 26, 2011 8:46 am

Yea hes made it more realistic
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Re: YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

Post by Taskforce 58 » Sat Feb 26, 2011 1:48 pm

Dragon029 wrote:Just noticed something - has anyone else noticed the difference between Mach speed and air speed in the new version? I'm pretty sure it did this before, but now doing things like 300knots at 60,000ft is indicated at something like Mach 1.2
It's called Indicated Air Speed. That sounds about correct. TAS is about 2% more than IAS for every 1000' of altitude above sea level, so 60,000' means about 120% more (60 x 2%) so 300kt IAS is roughly 300 x (1 + 1.2) = 660kt true.

You can turn on/off IAS display in option->config->game rules
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Post by Dragon029 » Sat Feb 26, 2011 2:46 pm

Thanks TF, I knew about the physics of pressure waves in different mediums, but that rule of thumb is sure to come in handy.
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Re: YSFlight ver.20110207 Stable released!

Post by Turbofan » Sat Feb 26, 2011 9:39 pm

So if I have wind on, say 090 degrees at 10kt or so, should I have IAS on or off? I have never quite understood which one, IAS or TAS would give me a more accurate reading on airspeed with winds on. Now that the functionality is present in YSFS, I would like to use it for more "wind condition" flights.
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