Just did another flight. Yeah, this needs to go immediately…
Do you guys know of any workaround? I just tried deleting the logbook entries from the layout.json file thinking that maybe that would do it, and it just froze the game at the end lol. I had to put it back to stock.
It seems evident that the developers are not after your money. If you’re an older simmer, you’re the wrong market. They’re after 15 year olds who are attuned to the world of Xbox gaming. If you have this on Xbox with their controller a mouse and keyboard, your flyin like no body’s business. No big issues. It’s obvious in the way they designed it, leaving out so many of the quality features from FSX that made it and gave it a real simulator feel.
This is garbage coated with a fancy candy coating.
At this point in the New Year, I’m sorry I spent thousands and thousands of dollars of my hard earned money on this travesty. My decades of confidence and trust in Microsoft is all but gone
It’s really easy for me to understand where you’re coming from but I’m not going to give up. For my use of MSFS as a dumb drone to PSX, it works fine. It’s a good environment in which to run PSX.
But I do get mad when bugs that were fixed, reappear randomly and totally screw things up.
When PMDG give up, that’s when I’ll start questioning if MSFS is the place to be but for now, it’s useful and better than p3d as a place to fly the drone.
I shut the engine by choking it off (Cessna and Baron), I just don’t shut my battery and avionics switches off until I feel ready. This way that logbook doesn’t pop up. Another ridiculous oversight (or not a concern for their market of young Xbox users).
I’ve stopped using FS because it’s gotten so bad, so ugly and practically unflyable.
So true! But with my real cockpit build, I’ve still gotta compromise anyway and use the 3D cockpit with no multi-screen and full screen capability anymore. This literally destroys any realism for homebuilt cockpit simmers and brings it to a level of only desktop or Xbox gaming.