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    Icon22 Thanks for all of your help Guys

    It has been years since I was in CFS2 and your help has made me enjoy the game more than I did before. Many people that were into the game has gone up in smoke, shot down I suppose.
    The people that remain are great and wonderful please keep it up.

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    The Joy of CFS2...

    So glad i've got back into CFS2.A long lost friend. Thinking of adding a ETO install but not sure. Have CFS3 and all of it's expansions and several installs of IL-2 '46. They seem to cover most all else. CFS2 is so easy to fly in i can concentrate on having fun instead. Seems a little daunting setting CFS2 for the ETO ,but doable. Would y'all recommend the CFS2 ETO even if i have the other sims ? There seems to be a lot of stuff for it and was wondering if it is worthwhile. Hard to beat CFS3 and IL-2 in this regard and like the graphics and flight modeling of them. How does CFS2 aircraft flight modeling compare to CFS3 and IL-2 '46 ? Know the AI is a little lacking ,but what else ? Thanks for any help. See the new Bf-109's and really like them so it just got me thinking about another install. Regards,Scott

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    I have multiple installs of CFS 2 however, I installed them by eras. I have WWI, WWII, Korea, and Modern. I did that so I can focus on missions and campaigns that are similar in aircraft and ground units.

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    I have multiple CFS 2 installs. All WWII theaters and some by early or late war depending! BOB, ETO late, MTO, PTO early, CBI, PTO late and RAAF (Australia -New Guinea). I have several to keep number of missions and campaigns simple for my simple mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highpockets View Post
    I have multiple CFS 2 installs. All WWII theaters and some by early or late war depending! BOB, ETO late, MTO, PTO early, CBI, PTO late and RAAF (Australia -New Guinea). I have several to keep number of missions and campaigns simple for my simple mind.
    You sound like me Highpockets, I too have multiple installs, covering various theaters at various times of the war. I am currently working on an update of one of my campaigns, based (as much as I can) on a Rhumbaflappy PTO install. I have some "holes" in the scenery - like the Philippines and a few in Micronesia - but I'm making some good progress.
    "De Oppresso Liber"

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    ETO Blues...

    Interested in the ETO for CFS2. Started to download everything but limits set in a shut that down. Now to wait till tomorrow. Can't wait till i get it all installed. Patience,patience.... Hopeful that installing won't be too hard.Got the tutorial so souldn't be too hard. Easier than some IL-2 '46 expansions. Can't wait to get the new Bf-109's in the "air" ! Cheers,Scott

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    Sixstrings5859,

    I gave you an upgrade to Charter Member Past and reset your download counter to zero. Uncle Rami is just cool like that, so download away. If you hit your new 200 download / 3 GB limit, just holler.
    "Rami"

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    Thank you all. On a fixed income so I haven't donated yet, but will soon. Especially now. Thanks again! Regards, Scott.

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    Thanks to you Rami ,i got everything downloaded,for the most part. Now comes installing everything !The fun now begins ! All that's left would be more airbases and some other mods as far as sim look/feel goes. Then all the wonderful aircraft! Can't wait to get it done ! Thanks for the help. Regards,Scott

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    I'd like to say a special thanks to Rami for all the work he has done for the CFS2 community. The ETO install guide is very helpful for someone that has been out of the CFS2 scene for quite a while. Thanks to all for your work in keeping CFS2 vibrant after all these years. Regards,Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixstrings5859 View Post
    I'd like to say a special thanks to Rami for all the work he has done for the CFS2 community. The ETO install guide is very helpful for someone that has been out of the CFS2 scene for quite a while. Thanks to all for your work in keeping CFS2 vibrant after all these years. Regards,Scott
    Scott,

    My pleasure. Once the semester is over, I'm so looking forward to getting back into CFS2 again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sixstrings5859 View Post
    I'd like to say a special thanks to Rami for all the work he has done for the CFS2 community. The ETO install guide is very helpful for someone that has been out of the CFS2 scene for quite a while. Thanks to all for your work in keeping CFS2 vibrant after all these years. Regards,Scott
    Be careful sixstrings.....
    CFS2 can be the "other woman" in your life.

    I'm like so many others. I have multiple installs: ATO (North Africa), ETO East, ETO West, MTO, PTO USN, PTO USMC, PTO BPF, PTO USAAC.

    Once in a while I actually fly some missions and campaigns.....LOL.
    Devildog73

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devildog73 View Post
    Be careful sixstrings.....
    CFS2 can be the "other woman" in your life.
    So true...

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    Between CFS3,IL-2 '46,and now CFS2 i barely have time for anything else ! Quit watching TV and haven't played guitar in quite a while. I'm lucky as my wife hasn't started complaining "yet". But who knows how long that will go. Make sure i do my chores and spend a "little" quality time with her. You all know how it is ! CFS2 is really addicting and a whole lot of fun. Thanks to all those who make it possible. Cheers,Scott

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