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  1. G'day everyone, I am very excited to announce my latest project to you all, KPSP PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT for FTX Global. Given this is my tenth product with ORBX, I wanted to celebrate by adding something a little extra for this scenery; the result is something a bit bigger than usual So as well as the airport, I have included an enormous coverage area encapsulating a fair portion of the Coachella Valley (including the cities of Palm Springs, Indian Wells, Palm Desert, Desert Hot Springs, Thousand Palms, Rancho Mirage and Cathedral City), San Jacinto Mountains, San Gorgonio Pass
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  2. Greatings from Down Under, Untill we get some Orbx airports for Ireland,Just came across some VERY good quality freeware ones at Avsim. Do a search for 'Author : George Keogh' he's made about 20 airports,all with vegitation,people,vehicles & static objects. Cheers...Kim
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  3. Approaching east cost of Sardinia with the storm under us. Enjoy !
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  4. Superb job Team - thanks so much - Clouds P3D - Weather Opus FSI - Opus is amazing with P3D clouds
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  5. I've made this for myself but thought like the NGX/JS I would share it. Please Note: You will need to know how to operate the 777. I have uploaded it to my business web site, here is the link. Enjoy! http://www.limegallery.co.uk/originals/oils-and-acrylics/i-cant-forget-2/777-2/
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  6. Shots made in FSX and with the addition of 'Manhattan' from Aerosoft.
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  7. Wow! I'm impressed, wish I could get my i7 4790k GTX770 to look half that good in FSX. Could I bother you and ask what kind of FTX light settings you are using? I can't get my 3D lighting to look anything like that, especially that dense. What auto-gen setting is this in FSX?
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  8. "Little I imagined Men would treat this sky Some day to a pageant Like a thousand birds. Neither you nor I Ever thought to fly. Oh, but fly we did, Literally fly……" Robert Frost : 1963 The P-40 has so much *character* - and the A2A/WOP model is simply superb. I'm still looking for that elusive screencomp entry. This month is going to be harder than ever - with Yosemite to contend with! Adam.
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  9. Another set of Awesome Shots Rich !!!!
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  10. Howard.... You have a style signature quality to your shots.. I can recognise your shots even if I didn't see your name to them... much like Mallard, Emmsie, you have a style thats your own. More than screen shots, but pure art. Enjoyed viewing all these... my only disappointment was when I got to the last shot, I wish there were more! Cheers John
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  11. But you have to put this statement into the right context. There is not one, true, correct coastline in reality. Water marks change due to a lot of reasons (ebb and flow cycle, seasonal influences, precipitation etc). FSX, however, can only have static coastlines. So of all the coastline variations existing in the real world, we had to pick exactly one and convert it into static FSX scenery data. As I explained in my previous post, there's no way to do this correctly. Let me give you an example: a water body in a desert area that is only filled with water in a specific season and after a
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  12. Hi Dominique! Okay, here's a detailed explanation about coastlines, water marks etc and this will probably explain the problem . There are basically two ways of defining the coastline of water bodies in our source data (and in most accurate GIS sources): Ebb and Flow The actual coastline changes because of the ebb and flow cycle at a particular place on the earth; this is way there is no such thing as an EXACT coastline; much more there are several definitions of coastlines according to the ebb and flow cycle: high water mark (during flow), mean high water mark (average of water m
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  13. An absolute fantastic series of outstanding shots Howard! Beautiful pieces of art again here from Yours!
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  14. Hahaha ... good one I suppose it's only a matter of time until that excuse is used for yet another ferry breakdown! Adam.
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  15. Fantastic light and sky, indeed. And you reached the city at the right time!
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  16. Setting up for a bombing run on the Inter Islander Ferry are you ??
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  17. Agree that the lighting in this set is fantastic. Thanks for sharing these pics. Mallard
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  18. Just departed from the same place - in a different plane, on another route and in another season, but weird to see that coincidence Nice one! Mallard
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  19. Thank you Iain and Stu . Kiwi Stu , I know you are a fan of the Avro series . I have struggled with this aircraft initially but I have persevered with it . I have found that it is unforgiving if you don't have the fuel weight ,approach and landing speed correct . I love this aircraft for regional sectors globally . Hence I have many liveries . The Air NZ and the QantasNZLink are spectacular when flying in" the land of the long white cloud ".
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  20. Fine set of shots. cheers Iain
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  21. Why don't you let the download run during your nighttime? Started in the evening you may have the finished download in the morning after a refreshing sleep. I don't see any problem here. I did downloads which lasted 24 hours and more and I got it done. Patience is the keyword. You need not to sit in front of the monitor and watch the bytes coming through. Spirit
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  22. ...and the answer is the same: make use of the FSS DVD service.
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  23. Nice. Wont be able to install until this weekend. Care to share some more Southern Hospitality and help this Georgia boy out with a couple around my way? KSSI or KSAV?
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  24. Wow, amazing light here, real subtle colors in your set. I don't know how you arranged your settings for this set, but it's really impressive. I was trying to pick one that I liked the most but abandoned. I like them all.
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  25. Very, very nice. Great plane, great pics and a nice trip. Cheers.
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  26. Superb shots, a real feast for the eyes. Excellent ideas, colors and composition. Just a beautiful collection for sure.
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  27. Great set, Stu. I love the cockpit shot of #2. The aircraft looks great with a maple leaf! Cheers, Jim
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  28. Excellent set of shots! My favorite is the B-17 at Yellowstone. But, it took awhile to really pick one out! Cheers, Jim
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  29. I have been using Pro Flight Emulator (PFE) together with FDC Live Cockpit (FDC) for a number of years now and I can highly recommend them. PFE replaces the default ATC and includes many voice sets with different English accents, taxi guidance system both verbal and visual and many other improvements. FDC acts as a copilot, performing checklists ext. also has cabin crew announcements, again with different accents. You can buy them individually or together. They have been tweaked to work together. http://www.ocs-support.co.uk/forums/index.php?sid=49ed3209d7f31a9ce68ed92f3e4f6f1a
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  30. Cool widies Stu, #2 is a corking cockpit shot mate
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  31. Just a superb collection of shots very hard to pick the best they are all top class. cheers Iain
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  32. Thanks again, mates! There is a helicopter landing pad (which I don't think is there in real life) up towards the Half Dome end of the valley... Cheers Mallard
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  34. Wonderfull compilation of shots Howard, enjoyed them all!
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  35. Every one of them, absolutely amazing!! Enjoyed these very much!
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  36. Beautiful Dolf, thank you. I look forward to getting in there soon.
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  37. Croeso Cymru! Welcome to Wales! A set from an area I know very well indeed as is where my family comes from and we are there five or six time of the year if we are not in Cornwall or Suffolk. Machynlleth, Dolgellau, Dinas Mawddwy, Abergonolwyn, Castel y Bere, Nant Gwernol, Cemaes Road, Corris, Ceinws, Esgairgeiliog, Abermawr, Aberdyfi............... Chrome queries the spelling of every name and kudos to those who can pronounce them. We got 'the look' if we ever got it wrong but it is still home to us. The pass at Tal-y-llyn History? Legend? How do you like it? Owain Glyndwr was th
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