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Old 17 February 12, 13:29   #51
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I just picked up FSX Golds edition for $28 today an absolute steal in Australian video game pricing...

Looking forward to working through the tutorials until I can take off and land a 747 at Sydney airport Soon enough I'll get the FTX AU Blue pack + Wollongong Airport. It will just take time for my wallet to recover after getting both FSX Gold and Elder Scrolls: Oblivion today, haha.
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Old 18 February 12, 03:01   #52
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Hey all...
I've played quite a few Flight sims in my time (however short that may be ) Including Flight simulator 3, Flight Simulator 2000, 2004, Combat Flight Simulator 2 & 3, IL-2 Sturmovik and Flight Simulator X.

However I don't own any of my normal Flight Sims anymore... and after buying IL-2 Sturmovik for my combat fix I am more than interested in doing some normal flying again

So far there are 2 that I am tossing up between... Flight Simulator X which I used to own and I know it's great, or X-Plane.

Even though X-Plane only comes with 30 standard planes, it looks like there is a massive amount of planes for download, aswell as one of the standard planes included being my all time favorite aircraft, the F4 Phantom II

My question is this, if given the choice, would you choose FSX or X-Plane?
Bear in mind that the F4 Phantom is one of the reasons I am even concidering X-Plane

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- Thirdwire (Strike Fighters Project 1 (SFP1)) - (A genius Japanese guy controlled that sim) has a good selection of Vietnam-era aircraft, Mr. Kawasoe - I think his name is. Lots of beautiful F4 from (and from community) of F4 Phantoms - they look especially good in the (German) 1956 livery, looks somehow the best in that way, though I am not a German lover.
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..............until I can take off and land a 747 at Sydney airport

Glad I live in Windsor. lol :p
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Can 3 or 4 people sync up via the net and fly a Jumbo as Pilot, Co-Pilot, or flight Engineer?
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Old 18 February 12, 06:59   #55
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Glad I live in Windsor. lol :p
If they can land Hercules at Richmond I'm sure I can get a 747 to touch down
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Old 18 February 12, 07:06   #56
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If they can land Hercules at Richmond I'm sure I can get a 747 to touch down
At least I not under the flighpath lol


They land biggest star lifter there yeah.

Had a Jumbo, Antonov at Centenary airshow.

Thats me Dad under Jumbo R.I.P.
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Old 18 February 12, 07:37   #57
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At least I not under the flighpath lol


They land biggest star lifter there yeah.

Had a Jumbo, Antonov at Centenary airshow.

Thats me Dad under Jumbo R.I.P.
Great pictures mate
I'm actually looking for a Freeware Hercules in some RAAF colours right now.
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They land biggest star lifter there yeah.
That would be the Lockheed C5 'Galaxy' ........
Josh, a crowd by the name of Simshed did a freeware Herc for FS9 but I'm not sure if it made it over to FSX and I can't recall any RAAF markings for it.
The only suitable 'RAAF Herc' is the Captain Sim payware offering, with good number of RAAF and RNZAF markings available.
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Old 19 February 12, 13:13   #59
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That would be the Lockheed C5 'Galaxy' ........
Josh, a crowd by the name of Simshed did a freeware Herc for FS9 but I'm not sure if it made it over to FSX and I can't recall any RAAF markings for it.
The only suitable 'RAAF Herc' is the Captain Sim payware offering, with good number of RAAF and RNZAF markings available.
Thanks Wombat, I'll keep an eye out for it
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Glad I live in Windsor. lol :p
OT\ Amazing coincidence - years ago there was a guy on NG called 'Hammer' - he lived at Windsor too. Maybe you know each other...
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Old 20 February 12, 11:42   #61
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OT\ Amazing coincidence - years ago there was a guy on NG called 'Hammer' - he lived at Windsor too. Maybe you know each other...
I remember Hammer from the old F1 Challenge V8 Supercars forum at RSC ages ago And I did see him around here in my early days.
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Old 20 February 12, 13:08   #62
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I just completed the Secret Shuttle mission in FSX..... this is my favorite one so far
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Has anyone tried it yet https://microsoftflight.com/en-US/home/
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Im sure that hammer and durge know eachother
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Old 1 March 12, 23:10   #65
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I just picked up an old Saitek Joystick for $12 dollars

Saitek X8-33, throttle lever and Hat switch. It doesn't have Rudder movement on the stick itself (like most modern ones do) but it does have a sort of rotating dial just below the stick which can be used for rudder. The thing I like about it is it still uses a Gameport connection That brings back some memories

I need to buy a Gameport-USB converter off Ebay before I can use it though as I don't have a soundcard on my PC. Luckily I'm still using XP so it will still work until I upgrade to 7.
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I just picked up an old Saitek Joystick for $12 dollars

Saitek X8-33, throttle lever and Hat switch. It doesn't have Rudder movement on the stick itself (like most modern ones do) but it does have a sort of rotating dial just below the stick which can be used for rudder. The thing I like about it is it still uses a Gameport connection That brings back some memories

I need to buy a Gameport-USB converter off Ebay before I can use it though as I don't have a soundcard on my PC. Luckily I'm still using XP so it will still work until I upgrade to 7.
Just a heads up mate ALL ORBX is 40% off this month.
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Just a heads up mate ALL ORBX is 40% off this month.
That's like 40% of from... perfection.

I look forward till more of their products are compatible with Prepar3d. If Prepar3d v2.0 is released with better stability and stuff like DX11 and more, and all the great add-ons (PMDG, OBRX) still work then it will be just the best thing ever.
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FSX + FS Passengers
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Just a heads up mate ALL ORBX is 40% off this month.
Brilliant, I'll have to pick up the North American stuff to finish up the collection
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Hey Durge, I failed to notice those pics you posted of the C-5. I was a Crew Chief on the "FRED" when I was in the Air Force.

I also CC the C-141 Starlifter too.
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That's like 40% of from... perfection.

I look forward till more of their products are compatible with Prepar3d. If Prepar3d v2.0 is released with better stability and stuff like DX11 and more, and all the great add-ons (PMDG, OBRX) still work then it will be just the best thing ever.
Just a brief note:
Most 'FSX' additions are compatible with P3D.
All ORBX Australia scenery work for me, despite ORBX attempting to ban the use of their stuff unless you pay an extra fee.
P3D is simply FSX with better coding, and more to the point, a company backing development of it.
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Im sure that hammer and durge know eachother
Well, I think we all suspect that
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Just a brief note:
Most 'FSX' additions are compatible with P3D.
All ORBX Australia scenery work for me, despite ORBX attempting to ban the use of their stuff unless you pay an extra fee.
P3D is simply FSX with better coding, and more to the point, a company backing development of it.
Yeah, I sort of guessed that. I currently see no reason to leave FSX (which I've got running pretty stable at the moment) and get P3D.
But if P3D 2.0 will get sweet things like DX11 and far superior coding while maintaining the capability to use FSX add-ons I'm switching in a heart beat.
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Hey Durge, I failed to notice those pics you posted of the C-5. I was a Crew Chief on the "FRED" when I was in the Air Force.

I also CC the C-141 Starlifter too.

Sorry missed that mate.


Cool


Oh I can't fly to save my life or afford them but every time I browse ORBX I want to buy some of these new rural airports, some relaxing music and a UltraLight, heaven for a hour.

Look at Cushman, check the tractor....

http://fullterrain.com/product_kcmw.html

Makes me SICK !@!

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BTW for anyone has FSX gathering dust and wants to give it a whirl................


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This totally time-unlimited demo now features an expanded coverage area, all the upgrades and enhancements from the recent PNW SP4, new lighthouses, and for the first time in a demo region, a payware-quality airport, KHQM Bowerman

If you have not yet tried any Orbx FTX North American regions or airports, this is the perfect way to find out just what FTX runs like on your PC. There's no obligation to purchase anything from us - just install the demo, load a flight at KHQM and prepare experience what tens of thousands of satisfied Orbx customers can't fly without.
http://fullterrain.com/product_demos.html


http://www.orbxsystems.com/forum/top...now-available/


FREEWARE
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I played some of the flight sim's. It's cool. Planes were never really my thing though. But I poured hours into Microsoft Train Simulator. I was a real bummer when train sim 2 was canned.
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I played some of the flight sim's. It's cool. Planes were never really my thing though. But I poured hours into Microsoft Train Simulator. I was a real bummer when train sim 2 was canned.
No wonder it was canned. If you see what they did with Microsoft Flight you woulnd't want to play a new MTS game if they made it now.
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I like good scenery, but quality aircraft is more important to me. The A2A and PMDG planes have stunning amounts of detail. I really like the old A2A planes, you actually have to do some work, no computers to help you.
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IT'S HERE

http://www.realenvironmentxtreme.com/

http://www.realenvironmentxtreme.com/overdrive.html

P3D and REX E
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What is P3D?

I have REX 2, not sure what is this essentials. I got really confused on their page.
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P3D
http://www.prepar3d.com/product-overview/




REX Essentials is a free upgrade for registered REX users

http://www.realenvironmentxtreme.com...rex-essential/

BUY
http://www.flightsimstore.com/produc...roducts_id=809


OverDrive is free upgrade for REX Essentials.
http://www.realenvironmentxtreme.com/overdrive.html
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Oh thanks a lot, I already have rex, so I just need to download the other. Nice.
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Another Rise of Flight junkie here. It's a serious sim with the realism cranked, gotta know each plane's limitations and quirks, more so than in WWII or later aircraft. Getting to know the different tactics used with the planes is really interesting too. It's funny how relaxing it is to leave the base and take in the scenery on the trip to the combat zone before it gets serious lol.

Using the Logitech G940 flight system, it's phenomenal. The force feedback lets you feel what your plane is doing, I can literally tell what's wrong with my plane after being shot.

Here's a pic of a Sopwith I shot from behind (bullet went through the back of the pilot, notice how he's hunched over):

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try justflight.com most work for fs2004,fsx and cheap two.and you have to apply to become cargo pilot....oh thoose exams missions
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You can try this ... it may not be FSX ... but it is very good for the price ... and not much if you bundle up the extras on Steam ...

https://microsoftflight.com

Rise of Flight is a Great WW1 sim ... fun but can get costly ....

I personally like Microsoft Flight for a quick fix in the Civilian type planes and can fly ILS if I wish ... Downfall, limited planes and warbirds have no Virtual Cockpit. But flight sim is realistic and the world is nice for Hawaii and Alaska ...

Exception would be the PT-17 trainer ... which is fun in its own right ... Same with the Carbon Cub ... I have a few "Show'n off" Videos posted on Youtube


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Default Rex - no-hassle installation with no activation or serial number

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IL246 is still heavily used. i love it and have made skins for years.

Me109 G/6 cockpit
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one of my 57th FG skins
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I think it's amazing how CPU bound FSX is. With everything set to max, with AA/AF and add on scenery, my GTX 260 actually goes into power saving mode and is still only at 40% usage.
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Another good site for downloading add on's for all the flight sim range.. http://www.fsdome.com heaps to choose from - Planes, sounds, panels and scenery.
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Too cool Durge, the video starts out in Spokane Washington, I spent most of the last 30 years there. Now I'm about 30 minutes away at highway speeds in North Idaho. (btw Spokane is an Indian word that has been anglicized. Correct pronunciation is SpoKan Spo sounds like Spoke. kane sounds like Can)
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I started out way back when IL2 first came out, always enjoyed flying it, more so when the Pacific extension arrived.
These days it seems to be hobbled by the limited screen resolution which is a shame.

ROF is my favoured flight sim, despite the slightly odd business model!

FSX has been replaced by P3D for my GA flying, orbx 'Australia' additions transform the experience.

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I started out way back when IL2 first came out, always enjoyed flying it, more so when the Pacific extension arrived.
These days it seems to be hobbled by the limited screen resolution which is a shame.


I play it in widescreen (1600x900) and could be played at higher resolutions as well.

With the Dark Blue World mod installed, I still consider it the best simulator (at least concerning WWII)
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I play it in widescreen (1600x900) and could be played at higher resolutions as well.

With the Dark Blue World mod installed, I still consider it the best simulator (at least concerning WWII)
+1 for DBW - absolutely stunning! (1050x1680)
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