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Okay...so what is THIS image?

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Why wonder, here are perfect reasons for them to be written on the windows:1) The passengers want to sleep, so this blocks some windows.2) The texture accidently came up on the windows, and you decided to play with it and ask us for a reason why it's there3) Randomly chosen.4) To imply that PMDG only works on Windows.5) They wanted to display "Happy New Year" on the windows, but got confused with the letters.

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Are you checking for texture alignment?Because jeez, that texture makes it look like it just came off the Boeing assembly line. :-eek I've already got my repaint list set up for this one! :-hahNick :-abduct

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Easy, the PMDG B738 will have a code hidden somewhere in the MCDU that turns the windows into a slot machine.Ka-chink! Jackpot!

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I am going to say that the B738 has inset windows blinds which are textured differently from the fuselage? no?

______________________________[bR]Matthew Murray,Boeing 737NG Captain.[bR]

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It is so the end user (us) can have his/her personal reg on the aircrafts outside skin.

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Haven't got a clue - but I sure would like to see more of the plane. :)

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Has it got anything to do with the Microsoft Windows logo (monochrome) painted half way up the tail fin?Toni.

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Cuz that's where Boeing puts the numbers until the aircraft is painted?Next picture, please!:)Mike F.

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mhmm,maybe this is painted in the windows because this is the BBJ variant which has no seats in the back part of the cabin?just my 2 cents....janosch

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Well Boeing does this for B2 flights out of Seattle(KBFI) on unpainted aircraft, so they dont conflict with temporary B1 registration numbers flights out of Renton. Or if there are multiple B1 flights out of rentonUsually an aircraft is painted for its B2 flights(if unsat on B1) ,but if for some reason it is not (such as a BBJ)numbers on the spraylat(green clearcoat on the aluminum) get wiped off and temp numbers are placed in the windows as a matter of convenience.As for why on the PMDG plane? BBJ -800?

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I think it is because we will have control over raising and lowering the shades on the plane!!!Kevin

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Hey Captain Randazzo why don't you post some shots about the panel? heheheeh :-roll Thanks!!!

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>Captains->>So a few of you recognized the N738PM as the tail number for>PMDG's new 737-800....>>Anyone wonder why the nubmers were written in the windows?>>Here, look closer!>>>http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/avsim/whatisit2.jpg>>>>So- anyone want to see a bit more of the airplane? Anyone?>>No?>>Okay... maybe tomorrow then.....>>:-lol>>No, I do want to see something more about the B738!!!Also the cockpit would be nice.Regards,ramon.

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I think it has something to do with time, if u look it says PM at the end, so maybe something is gonna happen at 7:38 PM. Just a thought.Adam Kaleniak

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>Anyone wonder why the nubmers were written in the windows?You wanted to write "Welcome to the PMDG website last updated with sales information for the now released Beechcraft 1900D" but didn't have enough windows?

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Gents->Cuz that's where Boeing puts the numbers until the aircraft>is painted?>>Next picture, please!:)>MIKE WINS!Good geuess, Mike. If the airplane needs to be flown before a reg number can be put on her- and you don't want to put a placard on the tail- you can stick the numbers in the windows....Okay- more pictures in a bit. ;-)

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>I think it has something to do with time, if u look it says>PM at the end, so maybe something is gonna happen at 7:38 PM.>Just a thought.>Adam KaleniakGod damn, PM=Precision Manuals.

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Thank u 744pilot for the tip, but i kinda figured that out on my own. They did say look closely, so maybe its a trick or something i dont know, it was just a guess. and dont u have to sign each post with ure name.adam kaleniak

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>>I think it has something to do with time, if u look it says>>PM at the end, so maybe something is gonna happen at 7:38>PM.>>Just a thought.>>Adam Kaleniak>>God damn, PM=Precision Manuals.I was thinking that too!I think it would be cool if there was a paint, of the plane with zero color!Like just the metal look, off the assembly line!

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Very nice...would be even better if N744PM ;)Best,Bruno Francescoli.

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ALSO...it could mean that boeing (pmdg) just rolled the bird off assembly, and now it is going to get the boeing (pmdg) paint so they can do all the testing (beta)!:-badteeth

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Bah, it will not be truly cool until Anthony figures out a way of having text scrolling along the windows with some new gauge linked into the FMC keypad so users can key in their own messages. ;)Ray

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Mr Earhart,Talking about paint. Do you, or anyone, have a clue as to how much the paint job on a 737 really weighs in?Cheers,

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