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    April 25th, 2016, 04:05
    Thanks my friend... I thought there were links in the forum...I apologize and should have done a better job of looking there first before posting.
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    April 24th, 2016, 14:18
    Thanks for the update Flaviossa. Question, wasn't their updated files available on their forums page or is it only downloadable via the license portal, which entails purchasing another 2 licenses to re-download? Sorta frustrating because it's a patch, not a new release and will cost $15 for both. Anyway, great product and company, just venting about buying a 1 year license that will most likely expire before the next update to either.
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    April 14th, 2016, 02:15
    Thanks for sharing Johannes. I am not certain it's an additional financial transaction I want to add to FSX or not. Perhaps I will try a small photo scenery add on, and give it a try this weekend. One of the best benefits of hanging out in this forum is the ability to learn something new from time to time, as well as see the great paints and screenshots. Nice screenshots also. Thank you.
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    April 13th, 2016, 13:57
    Apologies for multi-quoting you, but I just wanted to clarify....in the upper quote you state they are compatible and blend well together, so I can have both 3D objects and photo real scenery. That's what I would like, however, having used photo scenery before, I did not like the very 2 dimensional appearance when flying down low. In the second quote you mention ease of switching back and forth....is that just mean your preference in say an area very FPS heavy, like a large city and one is operating an older system that struggles with the autogen 3D objects? I didn't want to misunderstand that it's an option for one or the other, just that there can be that option if needed, during the occasional slide shows with FPS on an older system. I hope that made sense and did not sound contrary...
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    April 13th, 2016, 01:37
    Hmmmm, I had not heard of that capability. I thought they were similar products and therefore not compatible. Any chance you can post of comparison screenshots of the with and without megascenery? I really like as much detail as possible, as to me, it just adds to the depth of immersion when I can identify more accurate city blocks and outlying areas for VFR flying.
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    April 5th, 2016, 15:18
    I did the upgrade on my last system (Not a clean install either) and there were absolutely NO hiccups involving FSX or any of the multitude of games/software installed. The OS was backwards compatible, as have been the previous OS's and the transition was seamless. I am reinstalling on a new system, but it already came with Win10. However, others mileage may vary.
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    April 3rd, 2016, 03:09
    All the pictures I found circa 1960-70's clearly shows the gun director and I suspect it would have been the primary director for the then mounted 5in guns, as the director seems very similar to the Cruiser and Destroyer gun directors for their gun batteries. Great looking model too..
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Miltary brat, raised Air Force, but saw the light as an adult, just never lost the love for flight..
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