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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 07:24
    Guys, You are all correct, but I could recite the list of folks who have left over political spats and having their feelings hurt. I just want to make sure that this thread doesn't go there. As long as it stays the course, no problem.
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  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 06:32
    Looks nice! NC <tbody> Category: Flight Simulator X - Utilities New! SimLauncherX v2.0
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 05:15
    Here's the formula. It's easily done and you can make adjustments (especially to raise your eyepoint which are not reset if you change views and then come back to the VC) to your view up or down, fwd or backward, left or right. Changing the eyepoint in Aircraft config: First number moves the eyepoint fwd or backward. (higher numbers fwd) second number moves the eyepoint left or right of center (higher numbers right) third number moves the eyepoint up or down (higher numbers move up)
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 02:57
    Albix, No one is saying that you do not have the right to express your opinion. Just please do not be abrasive next time, and remember that sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 02:44
    That's the one, G (you get around!) Looks like they added a ventral strake under the tail at some stage. Neat machine - wonder if it is still around.......:very_drunk:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 02:21
    I woke up to this? Oy vey... Albix, There are about a million better ways to get your point across, (if that is what you intended to make) than what you chose. Do not be abrasive here...this forum is known for its courtesy and respect. I will not tolerate this type of caustic antagonism here. Consider yourself officially warned. Stefano - Sorry you'll have to read this on Monday, but I am going to leave it up as an example for others of what not to do. Many thanks to other users in this thread who have taken the high road. And to your point, I had forgotten about the actual date. I agree that for Italy, this is a major step forward. It's important to highlight successes and lessons learned from the past, and I can only hope that in the present climate of refugees streaming...
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 01:36
    Thanks Dave, for some reason I overlooked this one! :kilroy: Cees
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:12
    Where can one find the revised FD? :wavey: Cees
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  • AussieMan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:38
    At dawn on April 25th 1915 on a narrow beach at Gallipoli a legend was born. At this time thousands of Australian and New Zealand soldiers came ashore on a beach at Gallipoli. Because of the terrain and the high advantage the Turks had they never moved off the beach and thousands paid with their lives before being evacuated in December 1915. These brave soldiers went on to fight in some of the bloodiest battles on the Western Front in France and Belgium. These brave soldiers became known as ANZACS and the bay known as Anzac Cove. And so a legend was born. For The Fallen With proud thanksgiving, a mother for her children, England mourns for her dead across the sea. Flesh of her flesh they were, spirit of her spirit, Fallen in the cause of the free.
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:52
    Just finished this one. I initially put it down after about a quarter way through. The author writes with a sarcastic style that makes it look like he has an “ax to grind” against Pan Am. The book is about Pan Am's slow decline, starting in the 1970s, until they ceased to exist in the 1990s. The title, “skygods”, is how he refers to the “old timers” at Pan Am, the “Masters of Ocean Flying Boats” who were held up as, well, you get it the idea. But by the jet age they were also, in the author's opinion, “old curmudgeons” who didn't “get” the idea of crew coordination, and wouldn't tolerate any dissenting opinions, or even comments, from co-pilots. Ok, this was true, in some cases... But last week I had nothing to read so I picked it back up and finished it. It was actually quite good....
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:38
    Actually, I've downed a few Buds in my time, probably more Miller. When in Rome.......... although Sam Adams is ghastly. Anyway, back to airyplanes - when in doubt, find a floater - here's one -
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 13:58
    Mark, Getting ahead of things a bit, aren't we? You have a promise to keep! Hint...Harland and Wolff. :biggrin-new:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:21
    Good afternoon, The package has now been moved back up to the front of the library and is ready to download. Enjoy, and thanks to achim27619 for all of your hard work on these! Here is the skinny... This is a complete package of 49 airfields in England and other locales throughout the United Kingdom. This package has been updated on 04/24/2015 to include the following airfields: Acklington, Aldergrove, Castle Archdale, Catterick, Church Fenton, Dishforth, Drem, Driffield, Dyce, Eglinton, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Limavady, Nutts Corner, Prestwick, Stornoway, and Usworth.
    5 replies | 264 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:18
    falcon409 replied to a thread Always Amazed! in Prepar3D
    No problem. Right now my biggest stumbling block is locating a good view of the cockpit that isn't either the size of a postage stamp or shot at such an angle that nothing is readable. The old textures are so fuzzy that many of the labels are impossible to make out. I can reproduce the faces but how to label them is the problem.
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:09
    About all I can tell you is to set your ship just off the coast of NAS Pensacola (KNPA) winds 034 @24kts, heading 223. If you get beyond 5nm from that point then you've gone further than any single trip I've had thus far. . . .anywhere.
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  • HouseHobbit's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:50
    Brundu841 I sent e-mail concerning the French ships to you. Hobbit
    74 replies | 3042 view(s)
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