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Aircraft Update : Boeing 777 Worldliner Pro/Extended v1.8 by FlightFactor/VMax

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Hello everybody,I am back after pause. About VMax777s: purchase them later and write own rewiew about them.Good luck and soft landings.There are 2 shops where you can buy VMax 777s: aerosoft  download shop(77 euros) and x-plane.org store(85 u.s. dollars).

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On 5/29/2016 at 7:43 AM, Stephen said:

No offence Henry but you are trying to run (too fast) before you can actually walk...  The battery is always the first thing that you switch on, so yes you will get multiple alarms as the system is confused. These Boeing heavies have serious systems and you need to know your way around them and be able to interpret the system diagrams on the central EICAS Display before attempting to use them correctly. My advice is to learn and start on something a lot (lot) simpler, and learn how aircraft electrical systems work (via engine, APU and GPU feeds on the EICAS or similar), then understand "Bleeds" to start engines and hydraulics and you will start to get the right set ups to start and fly the aircraft, as there is no point in watching and copying a video, if you don't know what is actually going on when a switch is switched or used...  The B777 is the top of the tree and you need to start lower and work your way up to it, that is part of the deal with simulation as the learning curve is steep and long, but you do get it in time and learn and like me finally can fly like a pro....  but it took me years to get there... SD

Hello Stephen. Can you please refer me to some good materials preferably online that would clearly explain airplane electrical, engine and hydraulic systems as you mention above? Thanks in advance

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The liveries are different in that the 300 is a longer aircraft...  the 300 liveries have the "300 - airline" tag as does the "Cargo - airline" tag is for the cargo version, check your livery folder.

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On 02.11.2017 at 1:59 AM, Stephen said:

The liveries are different in that the 300 is a longer aircraft...  the 300 liveries have the "300 - airline" tag as does the "Cargo - airline" tag is for the cargo version, check your livery folder.

Hello, you are right, best idea is to make system of liveries for 777 extended pack. For example,200-airline; 200LR-airline; 300-airline; cargo-airline.It helps user to avoid confusuion with liveries for different aircraft in pack

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