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    Today, 17:31
    The performance rating for FSX graphics is really poor with this video card! Ted Nvidia GeForce 210 and GeForce GT 220 Review: Revenge of the Low-End?. Page 15 Price/performance I prefer this one and it is well worth the money $250.00:
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    Today, 14:47
    jmig replied to a thread Just a few more in Photography
    Thank you Lefty. I appreciate the comment.
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    Yesterday, 18:16
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    Yesterday, 18:15
    So, I thought I would post some of the stuff I have been doing. I hope you like them. They were taken with several Nikons but, could have been taken with Canons or Sonys.
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    Yesterday, 17:16
    Hey All, I've always seen Patton as a WWII Custer (whose luck ran out as you well know). Patton's luck would have run out had he lead an army against Russia and could have at Normandy had he been counter attacked. I see NO resemblance to T J Jackson or Bedford Forrest at best maybe some resemblance to J E B Stuart. I don't know much about Mark Clark. One thing I do know - my grand mother on my mom's side maiden name was Kuhl as was the last name of the soldier he slapped. Always wondered but never looked into it. Any of you ever settle it by playing BII from SSG? I play TAO in BIN from them time to time and I hear the TAO version in BII is better than in BIN. I think I'll buy BII. -Ed-
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    Yesterday, 17:08
    I think so too. I still have FS9 as well and they will be selling popsicles in hell before I get rid of either one. Ted
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    Yesterday, 14:15 The example Innsbruck Airport (ICAO: LOWI, IATA: INN) is located in the west of Innsbruck, about 5 km from the city center, in the Höttinger Au. The foundation for the later Airport Höttinger Au at Kranebitten west of the city in 1946 was defined by the French occupation forces and two years later, on 15 January 1948, the new airport at the present site was opened in the Ulfiswiese. On 8 October 1954 saw the establishment of the Tyrolean airport mbH with the directors Hermann Egger and Moritz burner. A first major test was the Olympic Winter Games in 1964 and those in 1976, which were held in Innsbruck. In the late 1970s flew in both the summer and in the winter season charter flight chains at the Innsbruck airport and...
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    Yesterday, 14:07
    Heck I'd go for it...yes it can be a pain in the arse, but there is a ton of help here at the OUTHOUSE! Look in the FSX Tweaks section! Ted
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    April 14th, 2014, 19:56
    <iframe src="" width="1024" height="768" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen></iframe>
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    April 13th, 2014, 17:56
    Holy Smokes - had a blast! A friend of a friend got us free VIP tickets!!!:dizzy: <iframe src="" allowfullscreen="" webkitallowfullscreen="" mozallowfullscreen="" oallowfullscreen="" msallowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="1024" width="768"></iframe>
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    April 12th, 2014, 06:11
    There are more freeware airfields under development...patience:jump: I love this package too. Check out this blog Ted
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    April 12th, 2014, 06:04
    LOL patiently pacing the floor!!! Ted
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by jmig on January 2nd, 2012 at 18:23
Over the last ten years or so, we have all seen MSFS models go from $5.00 each to $50.00 and more. With the increase in pricing, have come increased systems integration and model complexity. Interior and exterior visual acuity rivals today real aircraft. As the realism of flight sim models have increased, so too have the expectations of the consumer.

Developers are caught between the customers’ desire for ever better and more exact models, and the increased costs in man hours to program

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T-38 Blog: End Devices for I/O Cards

by jmig on September 25th, 2010 at 14:22
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End Devices for I/O Cards

Real world pilots control aircraft functions with switches, potentiometers, encoders, etc. We virtual pilots can also control our virtual aircraft with switches, potentiometers, encoders and more…through the I/O card.

Remember the I/O card is nothing more than a middle man between us and the flight simulator. By twisting a knob, or moving a control we send information through the I/O card to our virtual

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T-38 Blog: I/O Cards

by jmig on September 13th, 2010 at 16:22
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Using I/O Cards

In an earlier entry I mentioned Input/Output (I/O) cards. Today we will look more closely at them and what they can do to enhance your flight sim experience. We will also look at some different I/O cards and later start building a simple switch panel which will control some of the MSFS basic functions.

Perhaps the most common I/O card available is the one in that old used joystick you have sitting up in the

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T-38 Blog: The Cockpit

by jmig on August 28th, 2010 at 17:53
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The Cockpit

I have had several requests for pictures of the cockpit. So I am posting here a few pictures of what the cockpit looks like. Please remember this is the acumination of six or seven years of research and work.

As we continue this blog, I will show you how I made many of the components and panels you see here.
This blog will go through the basic building blocks which together make up the simulator. Also, what

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T-38 Blog: First-Sim & I/O Cards -

by jmig on August 26th, 2010 at 17:10
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First-Sim & I/O Cards

Here are pictures of my first sim “cockpit”. It consisted of two Go-Flight Modules and three parts I made myself.
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I also used two monitors, One for the outside view and another for the instruments. Holding everything was a simple plywood frame I constructed to support the monitors and components.
The Go-Flight models

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