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Hi,

 

We just went through the first complete systems checkout with our pilots, and whilst we found a few issues (mostly just tweaks to fault system logic), they were able to complete the systems checklists in full with expected systems reactions (including systems tests).

 

This marks a major milestone in the systems development.

 

We would like to thank again our pilots and engineers who are helping us with this project. Their feedback has been outstanding and invaluable.

 

Best regards,

Tango.

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Congrats and thanks for the update!

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Thanks for the update!:)

 

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Hi,

 

We just went through the first complete systems checkout with our pilots, and whilst we found a few issues (mostly just tweaks to fault system logic), they were able to complete the systems checklists in full with expected systems reactions (including systems tests).

 

This marks a major milestone in the systems development.

 

We would like to thank again our pilots and engineers who are helping us with this project. Their feedback has been outstanding and invaluable.

 

Best regards,

Tango.

 

Great news, as always here it seems! ;) :thumbup:

 

Always brightens up the day to see these updates, keep up the good work!

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excellent!

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It's amazing to see so many third party projects well under way (and even some close to release). I remember when there was just the Black Shark, and whispers and hope were floating around about the A-10.

 

Let the good times roll!

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42 fixed bugs later, a CAWS system re-write (this turned out to be more interesting than it sounds), and more bug squishing of tiny systems details people are hardly likely to notice and I can go sleep! :D

 

Best regards,

Tango.


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42 fixed bugs later, a CAWS system re-write (this turned out to be more interesting than it sounds), and more bug squishing of tiny systems details people are hardly likely to notice and I can go sleep! :D

 

Best regards,

Tango.

 

Sleep tight, Tango...

 

...then back to the Code Mines with you! :director:

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Indeed, we feel that we made a great step forward last night... testing every system on the cockpit with our test pilots and we made an improve on the code logic.

 

I think Tango needs to prepare more coffee...:book:

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42 fixed bugs later, a CAWS system re-write (this turned out to be more interesting than it sounds), and more bug squishing of tiny systems details people are hardly likely to notice and I can go sleep! :D

 

Best regards,

Tango.

 

42 huh....

 

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