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  1. SoFly, in partnership with Orbx, are releasing a weather pre-set addon called SoFly Weather Preset Pro. ORBX, who have produced fantastic scenery addons for simulations over the years, state that the product will bring, "40 brand-new weather presets to Microsoft Flight Simulator." From ORBX Direct: Experience torrential tropical storms, harsh hurricanes and brutal blizzards all with the click of a button thanks to Weather Preset Pro. Weather Preset Pro goes beyond what is possible with the built-in tools to provide 40 brand-new weather presets to Microsoft
  2. Navigraph Beta is well underway. The flight planning and chart software for Microsoft Flight Simulator is at Beta 14 with AIRAC cycle 2011 revision 6. Latest beta info - https://forum.navigraph.com/viewforum.php?f=14
  3. REX Simulations have beaten HiFi Simulations to release the first weather engine for Microsoft Flight Simulator, REX 2020 Weather Force. REX are known for producing many weather and visual add-ons for FSX and P3D over the years and are now also including Microsoft Flight Simulator in their supported products. HiFi Simulations are going to work on add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator in the near future according to their website: There have been a number of complaints about REX 2020 Weather Force and a patch, Technical Update 1.0, is due to be released on Mo
  4. If you're stuck with camera views in Microsoft Flight Simulator because their menu is buggy and clunky as hell, you can watch the video from Squirrel. He goes into detail about the camera system and related stuff. For quick refence; you can save camera views by doing the following: LEFT CTRL with LEFT ALT and number keys 1 to 0 (Not numpad). To view your saved custom camera views: LEFT ALT and number 1 to 0 (Not numpad).
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