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  1. I just took a little spin around the scenery in VR. The performance is top notch (well maybe also due to the fact that it is currently 33°C with zero clouds in Belgrade). I love it. The specifics of the geography with the totally flat area around the airport which then gently rises up as one passes the River Save. If there is one thing I would like to see added it is Beogradska Tvrđava, which I consider the most important landmark of the actual city. You guys crafted Novi Beograd in all its godawful ugly socialist architectural splendor, and kind of overlooked the only beautiful architectectural and historically significant landmark left in the whole city. So if you have some development time left in a future service pack, that would be an important addition.
  2. Obviously it does, or I wouldn't have commented on your, shall we say... "habit". Especially since Nick asked you multiple times not to do it.
  3. Proceeds to post the requested screenshots in three topics. No, you are not spamming at all...
  4. Are we talking USD or AUSD? If it's the latter the upgrade price is $32,97
  5. What is not to get? Take the disk space one of those photoreal regions needs and quadruple it. That would be the amount of diskspace you need for seasonal textures.
  6. I would like to see that coincidence were all markings match completely on a different airport. I would never have guessed it myself, but since others already pointed to London City it was not that hard to look up gate 9 and compare.
  7. Could be. But as I linked to a aerial photograph of the exact gate in google maps it should be not hard to see that the markings are a complete match. I don't see how one needs to guess any further.
  8. It is most definately London City: https://www.google.de/maps/@51.5044698,0.0473465,97m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=de
  9. How did you achieve that photographic look of the screenshots? Was that done in photoshop or do you use some form of shader tweak?
  10. There is no pleasing some folks... A developer shows a picture of some selected POI's, makes it clear that these are just a sample, and the next thing you know is some spoilsport complaining that there are no TV masts in that sample... Some people don't deserve updates before release it seems.
  11. Since P3D has a different lighting and autogen rendering engine, the answer is no.
  12. Very nice. I'm just not entirely sure whether the marketing for this product is entirely fitting: "Explore the heart of Espana"? With all the talk of secession going on in Catalonia it is quite clear that this is NOT the region one would call the heart of Spain, and I'm quite sure people from Barcelona would agree. The real heart of Spain as a region would be Castile and Madrid or Toledo as a city.
  13. You are a true artist Frank is all I can say. And your love for mountains really shines through in your scenery. I still keep your FSX version of the Dolomites on my hd to use in P3D even though there are some anomalies and even though you have gone above and beyond in the payware XP version of that region. There are simply regions on this planet that cannot be adequately portrayed with a simple mesh system and it is great that you found a way to improve that immensly. Too bad you are the only one doing it, others could learn a great deal from you.
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