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Paul Golding

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  1. Stefan, these previews serve as a great reminder of why I don't think I could ever get back into developing.......I know my limitations! Outstanding work, really.
  2. I can understand that, especially as you're the one that now has all of the original gauge coding Now all we need is access to a plane for newer photo's
  3. But could I just add that as of last year there were still 64 of those very special 3 engine planes in service with 26 airlines plus more in private use and with various governments. So there's probably more of them flying than A340's and just so much better looking.......and that's a fact, not an opinion Sorry Frank, I'll stop now
  4. Errrrrrrr, it has one engine too many Hans............and I have a clear recollection of the promise you made around 3 years ago for what we will do after the CRJ. OK, it's also true that you made the promise after a few beers, and I think you also added something about starting it in a few months i.e. after the CRJ was released in around December/January.......2013/14
  5. Hmmmmm, something is obviously going on. Hans now has time to wander around the forums
  6. I thought there was one at the Paderborn FS Conference 2 or 3 years ago? You may well have been too busy to go outside and see it though. I seem to remember that visitors were able to book a seat for a short flight................or maybe I just have strange dreams!
  7. OK, I could read it that way as well and come up with 3 weeks too. Even so, for users to be upset about the lack of a release 3 weeks after a product is announced to be in beta, still seems unreasonable to me. However, Tizi's comment in the announcement post about "release should be next week" was probably not the best thing to post
  8. Not sure about how you count, but to me at least (on Feb 16th), we're only 8 days after the final pic's before release post was made..........i.e. 1 week not 3 weeks. And, since then, Aerosoft have more than once stated that there's a slight delay whilst testing the installer. I really can't see how anyone could be disappointed
  9. Makes sense to me ddeuce, I was just pointing out that the first two photos I found were in fact not painted on both sides and here's another googled using the N400DF http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/Photo.php?5318 The only thing I found painted as you'd expect was a Tracker http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/Photo.php?5312 Either way, great looking re-paint!
  10. Maybe not all of them are painted black on the intside too? http://farm2.staticf...197c5ce65_s.jpg http://www.google.co...Otsq2NDw&zoom=1
  11. The beta forum is only visible to members of the beta team.
  12. This has been raised in the beta forum now. It's nothing to do with your OS.
  13. I don't think it would take more than a few minutes of reading to find out that this Aerosoft Airbus is not in the same league as the PMDG NGX, in either complexity, accuracy or price.........though there's probably a good argument to say it's as good in the visuals department. Also, a couple of minutes in the forum would have made you aware of the fact that a more complex version is on the way.
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