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    FS2004 Boeing B-797 Flying Wing is released!

    Hey all,


    For those following, the Boeing B-797 BWB Flying Wing double decker super liner is released by Lionheart Creations Ltd.

    This features the new FS2004 'Unlimited Export System' that can export models over 65,000 polygons and closer then 4MM on Vertices.

    This is cool to see in the VC, small parts perfectly shaped.

    This is a proof of concept vehicle for FS9 that proves that the limits of models can be, and have been superceeded.

    This package comes with a Virtual Cockpit with working animations, tons of mini switches and knobs for testing the new FS9-UES system, appearing futurisitic fuel trucks that appear about 3 min's after you do an engine shutdown. There is also a sky-stair that retracts on 'Shift-E' command.

    Instrumentation is from the stock FS9 Boeing 747 package, and the sound system is also from the Boeing 747.

    Thanks to 'Prop-Trash' for his patience in working with me on how this new FS9-UES is done.

    The package is in the Addons Library. Tags include Boeing B-797 Lionheart.



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    Great stuff

    Off to get mine now

    Thanks Bill.

    Pete.

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    A very generous GIFT!

    Thanks, Lionheart!

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    Your most welcome.

    Just dont get mad at me for the huge fuel bill if you start flying it all the time....



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    Got a place right at Yellowknife for this. Fuel no problem we have lots of fuel.

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    Has anybody found this???

    I have searched and nothing, this newish library module is not great, is it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by calypsos View Post
    Has anybody found this???

    I have searched and nothing, this newish library module is not great, is it!
    Thught it was just me Trev, relieved that you couldn't find it either. Just have to patient a while longer I guess ........

    The waiting is over, downloading as I type!!!
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    Still waiting



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    WOOOOHOOOO!!! Thank you, Lionheart!!!!!
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    See if this works...


    Boeing B-797 Blended Wing Super Liner



    This is the colossal Boeing B-797 Double Decker Super Liner being developed by Boeing through their design group Skunk Works; Project X-48. This huge aircraft is designed to carry 800 to 1000 passengers per flight. This package contains a virtual cockpit, 32bit high rez textures with 3 different liveries including the Boeing house colors and British Airways. There is a deploying sky stair ramp under the belly, and 2 futuristic fuel trucks show up below the plane 3 min's after...

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    Thanks Bill, very nice.

    There is a file when unzipped named "Boeing_797" with no extender. Anyone know what it is?

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    Thanks, Lionheart :salute:
    Very nice plane...

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    Wow...!
    That IS great!

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    Hey all, many thanks. Hope you enjoy it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    Thanks Bill, very nice.

    There is a file when unzipped named "Boeing_797" with no extender. Anyone know what it is?
    Thats odd. I believe thats the uninstaller file, but why the installer left it that way is beyond me. I am running the installer again and will delete the file. I'll have an updated file out shortly.


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    Thanks a million Bill! Off to get mine right now...

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