Sunday, July 14, 2019

GeoFS 2.7 Update


GeoFS had recently been updated! Here is a list of the main changes for the web version.
- New weather engine (wind, rain, snow, cloud cover, volumetric fog, METAR datasource, improved atmosphere rendering, day/night cycle)
- Added Pitts Special S1
- Improved joystick support (multiple controllers, easier axes management, camera control)
- Chase camera auto zoom
- Fixed slip indicator
- Fixed ground contact bug (jumpy aircraft)
- New Autopilot UI (based on App design)
- Bandwidth and loading speed improvement (Cesium 1.58)
- Better prop-wash implementation
The mobile apps will be updated soon.
Have a good flight!

13 comments:

Unknown said...

Truly an amazing update!

Anonymous said...

you should add a P-51 Mustang please

Unknown said...

Great update, lot of cool improvements! Please add an option to control wind separately from weather!

Unknown said...

Why isn't autopilot++ working?
When I try to enable it, it beeps.

n said...

sadly no high quality map, sentinel SUCKS as hell, google maps was sooo much better

Rob said...

It's been 5 months since this update. Please tell us there is going to be another one soon? GeoFS is fantastic and it would be sad to see it being under-developed or abandoned. Perhaps a 'pro' subscription with more features would be something to consider?

Xavier said...

GeoFS has been following a more incremental update cycle since the last major version. New aircraft, new weather engine, Mobile App development, bugs and stability improvements have happened recently. It is far from being abandoned! What features in particular would you imagine in a "pro" subscription?

Ian Dean Wright said...

Can you please add WW2 aircraft, I would really like it (plus the Constellation and maybe add the Hercules (commonly known as the Spruce Goose)

Ian Dean Wright said...

Oh and a I WOULD REALLY LIKE to see the ability to do fighting ( it could be an option in the menu

Ian Dean Wright said...

Oh and thank you for making GeoFs

Hugedoof said...

What is wrong with the auto pilot. I level out at 3000 feet. Then I engage the auto pilot and request that the aircraft stay at 3000 feet. This starts a static oscillation of which I cannot stop unless I disengage the auto pilot. Please look into this.

Hugedoof said...

Auto pilot bug. When I level out my climb at 3000 feet (for example) and then engage the auto pilot with 3000 feet selected, the aircraft enters a static oscillation which I cannot correct. Only way to stop this is to disengage the auto pilot. Is anybody else encountering this?

Unknown said...

add emirates a380

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