Check out a full changelog below according to the developer.
SSG Team is extremely happy to announce two long awaited releases, SSG E-170 and E-195 ver 1.2
We are also including brand new Navdata Installer that will do the process of creating appropriate folders and moving data included in the package totally automatic.
There is a document in Navdata INstallers folder called Nav Data Installer Readme but a quick description here just in case someone miss it.
Navdata Installer is intended for the new users who do not have nav data folders created properly yet. If you do have nav data from Navigraph already set, do not use the installer as it will install slightly older but free data that come with the package.
For Windows run the SSG_AIRAC_1707_XP**_Install.exe file
For Mac run the SSG_AIRAC_1707_XP**_Install.pkg file
Make sure that you select your root X-Plane folder when requested by the installer so that it can
place the necessary files in their proper locations.
Changelog content below.
- LNAV at 200 and VNAV at 400ft
- Improved Autoland and follow localizer
- Now it is possible to select FMS without Route
- New CDU and ND popup Windows
- Fixed bug about fuel remaining at descent page
- UTC was not properly computed at NAV Ident PAGE
- VASEL is not shown as armed when VNAV Active
- Throttle can be managed when landing
- Enter temperature on digit at TRS PAGE
- Fuel Prediction improved
- Correct number Page At RTE Page
- Waypoint Altitude restriction respected without extreme vertical speed
- added LIM and OVRD A/P feature
- Fixed AP sound when landing
- Fixed glass rain graphic glitch when on the ground
- Tuned landing gear
- Tuned steering time
- Added T.O. Config ok sound
- Fixed autogate not working in XP 11.xx
- New strobe and beacon lights, now with ground reflections
- Default ground vehicle configuration fixes
- Better cockpit night lighting.
To review the original update announcement, visit the applicable thread over at the x-plane.org forums. If you’d like to learn more about the Embraer 170 Evolution or Embraer 195 Evolution, check out the respective product pages.
*Image courtesy of Supercritical Simulations Group.