Hot Start TBM-900 for X-Plane 11, Version 1.0.4

Hot Start has now released the fourth incremental update for the developers ‘Take Command!: TBM-900’ for X-Plane 11.  Specifically, the latest product update brings the software to version 1.0.4 and includes various improvements and fixes to the existing build.  Keep in mind, the aircraft was first released less than a week ago.

Hot Start TBM-900 Released

Please see below for a complete update changelog – for reference purposes, I have also included information from all previous versions.

[Version 1.0.4]
  • Added visual effects configurator for low-end hardware
  • Added MesaGL compatibility
  • Fixed crash when depressurized & oxygen on at high altitude
  • Fixed load crash due to some Windows machines not having properly working random number generators
  • Cut approximately 150,000 polygons from model.
[Version 1.0.3]
  • Cockpit builder fuselage hiding wasn’t hiding front cabin
  • Increased max person weight to 180 kg
  • Fixed crash on soft reload during flight recovery or when switching airframes
  • Fixed crash on startup on AMD GPUs due to broken SPIR-V support in driver
  • Fixed hang on MacOS when updating obstacle database due to instanely slow performance of OS-provided strlcpy
[Version 1.0.2]
  • Implemented synthetic vision performance improvements (adaptive refresh rate, reduce mesh density)
  • Fixed crash due to bad X-Plane dataref values confusing avionics
  • Fixed macOS 10.12 unable to load plugin code due to bad curl library dependencies
[Version 1.0.1]
  • Soft crash due to bad CloseHandle use fixed
  • Hard crash at startup due to failing
  • CryptAcquireContext fixed
  • Mac broken build fixed
  • Minor texturing updates on labels

The update is now available for download via your X-Aviation user account.  If you’d like to learn more about the Hot Start TBM-900, check out the official product sales page via X-Aviation.

Thank you to Rafael for the information.

*Image courtesy of Hot Start and X-Aviation.

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