In a significant stride towards enhancing user experience, DominicDesignTeam has released the much-anticipated v1.2 update for their KCHS Charleston scenery in Microsoft Flight Simulator. The exhaustive changelog highlights key improvements aimed at refining the airport’s visual appeal and performance. Notably, the team has dedicated the past three days to a relentless 24/7 effort to address a critical issue that plagued users on startup – the appearance of intrusive blue squares, inadvertently exposing satellite images on the ground. This problem, hitherto unseen in their airport due to the implementation of the new custom layout method for ground, demanded meticulous split testing of ground layers to pinpoint the root cause. After hours of dedicated investigation, the team successfully identified and rectified the issues, ensuring a seamless experience for users.
The v1.2 update boasts crucial fixes, including improved performance around the terminal, eradication of blue squares revealing satellite images, and the removal of trees around the apron and runway. The most challenging aspect of this update lay in troubleshooting the unforeseen blue square issue, a task that required the team to push the boundaries of their expertise. Their dedication has not only resulted in the resolution of immediate concerns but has also elevated their skills to a point where they are confident in delivering exceptional ground marking experiences in future updates. DominicDesignTeam‘s commitment to perfection and responsiveness to user feedback underscores their dedication to providing a top-tier flight simulation experience in MSFS.
- improved performance around the terminal
- fixed bug where blue squares appeared on the ground, revealing satellite images
- Remove tree around apron and runway