Voor deze software van REX 2020 Weather Force is onlangs een Technical Update 1.0 uitgekomen. Hier valt te lezen hoe de update gaat en wat er zoal aan verbeterd is. En deze Weather Force voor MSFS is ook verkrijgbaar via uw account van simMarket.
FIXED – Pressure, wind, and temperature measurements related to aircraft position in atmosphere.
FIXED – Improved grids for selecting airport data during weather injection.
FIXED – Registration process with missing profile data.
FIXED – Bug of missing data with function during static weather read.
FIXED – Checkerboard cloud patterns and transitions between cloud layers.
FIXED – User profile not loading during second load after initial registration.
FIXED – Temperature and dew point being same value on main weather interface.
FIXED – Ability to add a favorite airport.
FIXED – Selectable area of Favorite Airport banners.
FIXED – Upper-level winds and temperatures not changing when clicking a favorite airport.
FIXED – Cloud coverage.
FIXED – Pressure value being cut off from main interface.
FIXED – Optimized code to search for favorite airport on server end.
FIXED – Optimized code in pulling data for weather injection.
FIXED – Improper handling of Last Update date and time on main window.
FIXED – Issue with lightning to continue to show even when storms were not reported in the metar or remarks.
FIXED – Aircraft and weather point location accuracy points.
FIXED – Live Weather airport weather display accuracy.
ADDED – Decoupled winds and temperatures from many injections.
ADDED – Code to prevent a user from switching from Live to DCWS weather during open Weather Synthesis.
ADDED – Sections on application to help inform the user which weather mode they are in.
ADDED – Delete All Airports button to allow user to clear all favorite airports on client and server.
ADDED – Response of “No records found” when searching for an airport or specific weather condition.
IMPROVED – Frame rates during transitions.
IMPROVED – Weather search window data elements.
IMPROVED – Rendering of storm and general cloud structures.