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Edward Boyte

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  1. I use SimBrief because it's free and works for both FSX and P3D. The payware version is PFPX.
  2. Here's the cockpit in one of the RNZAF 757's at the 2009 Whenuapai Airshow. I still remember walking up the stairs and looking into the cockpit for the first time.
  3. No. I haven't started with the GSX file yet but I've laid out the appropriate nodes for the custom push backs.
  4. Ctrl + Shift + E to exit and enter Avatar mode.
  5. Watched it land and takeoff! Was awesome. Here's a video of it landing yesterday. I did film it takeoff today so I'll post the video soon. >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToFcwI28Blw
  6. You can: http://www.geforce.com/drivers Just select the GPU and download one of the older drivers.
  7. Nice video! btw if you want to gain more FPS around NZCH see this: http://www.orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/86621-nzsi-service-pack-3-bug-report/?p=792023
  8. I would highly recommend the QualityWings 757. Cheaper ($25USD) and you get to use it for both sims FSX and P3D without buying some P3D license like other 3rd party devs. The system aren't like PMDG but it's still the best 757 out there so far. Has Navigraph support, sids and stars etc. Tested by real life pilots. LevelD is making the 757 but no one knows when that would be out. http://www.qualitywingssim.com/757.html
  9. You can use VATSIM if you fly airliners. http://www.vatsim.net/
  10. Some more videos of New Zealand: >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLayaULFkZ4 >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rrolf6VM_U
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