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About cyberpilot

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  • Birthday 06/24/1947

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  • Location:
    Bay of Plenty NZ
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    Recreational pilot, flight simming, golf.

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  1. Absolutely fabulous shots Mark. Where can we find your latest xVision preset?! Also, what cloud/weather settings do you use?
  2. There's a simple solution Doug. Switch to XP11 like I did - TEGB works like a charm there!
  3. Stick with it flyingleaf. Took me a little while to get my head around it after years of FSX and P3D but it's won me over. With ORBX True Earth scenery it's a game changer. As a RW recreational pilot I find the flight dynamics of most aircraft in XP11 so much more realistic.
  4. I must admit to becoming totally fixated on TEGB in XP11 and wonder whether I'll ever return to P3D4. It's such an immersive experience, especially when buzzing around in the SimCoders/JRollon SF260 which imho is probably the best GA aircraft I've flown in any flight simulator. The flight dynamics are in a class of their own and on a par with the best of A2A - if not better. These random shots taken in Scotland.
  5. Lovely shots Mark. Are those default clouds or another programme? Have to say I'm missing Rex Skyforce/Soft clouds in XP11 plus a decent weather programme like Opus.
  6. Many thanks for your help Mark - your latest preset is magnificent. Here's a shot taken over NZ in the Aerobask Panthera. A world apart from P3D4!
  7. Fantastic shots Mark. I have downloaded your new preset but forgive my ignorance - what is lua and how do I install it?
  8. Absolutely stunning Mark - well done! I've just got into XP11and True Earth and it's so much better than P3D4 with True Earth. The textures, lighting and overall realism are a world apart. A few questions: What Xvision settings, if any, are you using, are you using a weather programme and where can I obtain the Spitfire?
  9. Thanks very much everyone. Can't stop flying the fantastic 787.
  10. Hard to go past NZMF which has been beautifully rendered by ORBX. NZWN is another stunner, especially given some just released scenery.
  11. Heading south to Invercargill (NZNV) in the QW B787 Dreamliner. Thought it timely to check out NZ's southernmost city before the ORBX version of NZNV is released.
  12. Thanks very much everyone for the kind comments. The flight took me the length of NZ to Invercargill in the deep south. More shots to follow.
  13. What a beauty the Quality Wings B787 Dreamliner is. And a dream to fly as well. These shots taken on departure from Auckland to points south.
  14. Thanks very much Mark - it's a gorgeous neck of the woods and probably my favourite region in the UK. I spent a week at Dunkeswell in the early 1960s crewing for my older brother who was competing in the regional gliding championships. He worked full time as a gliding instructor at Lasham in Hampshire and was a very accomplished pilot. I guess Dunkeswell has changed a lot since then!
  15. Thanks very much everyone - greatly appreciated. BTW Jack the trick with landing the Texan/Harvard (or any other aircraft for that matter) is focusing your eyes on the touchdown zone during final approach. Just before the flare you then need to refocus on the end of the runway. With the Texan/Harvard the big radial engine bobbing around up front can be a distraction but try not to be distracted by it and keep your eyes locked on where you want to land!
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