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AMSO 1.23 rilasciato (per Orbiter 2010-P1)

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AMSO 1.23 rilasciato (per Orbiter 2010-P1)

https://www.acsoft.ch/AMSO/amso.html

Da usare in abbinamento all'ultima versione di D3D9Client R16.9.



--- Citazione ---WHAT'S NEW IN VERSION 1.23
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Corrections
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- In some kind of abort sequences, when the vessel
  configuration reached "full CM only" (still with
  main parachutes shield), RCS with auto killrot
  was active, but RCS had no visible flams.

- Removed 2 Orbiter deprecated functions and replaced
  them by the new version for future compatibility.

- Corrected the "K" key bug during launch scenario,
  which was broken since very long and didn't started
  the direct countdown, on configuration without the
  pre-countdown feature.


Improvements
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- At last, AMSO 1.23 IS A COMPLETE VERSION, with no
  missing and abandoned graphic work. Thanks to the
  great and precious collaboration of Jacquesmomo, a
  fan of AMSO of the first hours, we were able to
  finish all abort flight situations and graphics,
  like the deployment of the canard wings, on the
  escape tower.

- Now, the Command Module appear burned not only when
  the parachute shield is jettisoned, but when it is
  effectively burned.

- The new version R16.9 of the D3D9Client is now
  compatible with the enlightments feature of AMSO.
  So, you will see now also in this version the
  Apollo 17 Saturn V enlighted on the launchpad.
  The LM cockpit will be dark until you activate it.
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