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Changelog 3.2

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Update aircraft, some tidying
==Upcoming FlightGear Changelog==
 <!--The FlightGear development team is delighted to announce the v3.2 release of FlightGear, the free, open-source flight simulator. This new version contains many exciting new features, enhancements and bugfixes. Highlights in this release include integration of the FGCom voice communications client within the simulator, improved terrain rendering, faster scenery loading, and improved usability. This release also coincides with the release of FlightGear World Scenery 2.0 - massively improved scenery data covering the entirety of the planet and incorporating OpenStreetMap roads and detailed terrain information from a variety of sources.
Founded in 1997, FlightGear is developed by a worldwide group of volunteers, brought together by a shared ambition to create
FlightGear - Fly Free!
=== Breaking Changes ===
* [[Reset & re-init]] is merged and now enabled
* A segfault related to scripted Nasal fgcommands (like used in joystick and other bindings) has been fixed {{Issue|1397}}
* yasim YASim versioning support for maintenance fixes (TorstenD)
* FLITE TTS support
* Windows dependencies have been updated
* improved projection handling for the The integrated [[Map]] dialognow uses an azimuthal equidistant projection, implemented by Gijs[https://gitoriousfor better representation in polar regions and across the International Date Line.org/fg/flightgear/commit/3f433e2c35ef533a847138e6ae10a5cb398323d7#comment_107170]
'''Aircraft Modeling'''
* galvedro's work: [[A Failure Management Framework for FlightGear]]
* extra 500
* Tu-154B2 version 3.1
* additional aircraft have started adopting Gijs' [[NavDisplay]]
'''Atmospheric Light Scattering'''
Atmospheric Light Scattering (ALS) is one of FGs FlightGear's three rendering frameworks, with the aim of providing an integrated simulation of the interaction between weather, light and the environment.
Additions to ALS in version 3.2 include:
''' Usability '''
* Windows users are now able to use the scrollwheel in dialoglists
* Hooray is working on adding shader support to Canvas {{Progressbar|30}}
* Gijs is currently working on additional projections as part of {{Issue|550}}
* The [[MapStructure]] back-end used by the [[NavDisplay]] now supports symbol instancing, so that performance is improved
* MapStructure-based layers can now be customized and styled
* Canvas Layout Engine
* Canvas-based dialog for downloading aircraft [[Aircraft Center]]
[[File:Aircraft-center-prototype.png|400px|thumb|Canvas dialog showing the prototype for an [[Aircraft Center]] for directly installing/managing aircraft from within FlightGear, an upcoming feature scheduled for FlightGear 3.2, currently being developed by TheTom and Zakalawe]]
'''Nasal Scripting'''
'''Highlighted new and improved aircraft'''
* [[Boeing 757-200]]: Improved autopilot and additional systems, like hydraulics and pneumatic. The aircraft comes with two engine options.* [[Cessna 337G Skymaster]]: Tuned autopilot and improved instrument stack for the Cessna337G Skymaster.* All new systems and two engine options for the Boeing 757[[Mainair Flash 2 Alpha]]: Simulated weightshift-200control and new wing model.* [[North American P-51 Mustang|North American P-51D]]: All new highly accurate external model for P-51Dbased on factory blueprints.* Microlight Flash 2 Alpha with simulated weightshift[[Tupolev Tu-control and new wing model154B|Tupolev Tu-154B2]]: version 3.1

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