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Dear Forum and particular those in the know (developers, lucky old beta testers!) have wingtip vorticies, over wing condensation clouds and engine intake condensation been modelled? Just a passing question. I wouldn't be throwing myself of the nearest rail bridge or anything if it isn't! lol I now have every intention of purcahsing this beauty, having monitored this forum for developments and seeing the screenies. My love affair with the 744 had waned in favour of the T7. It has also rekindled my love of MSFS, and for a man with a nine month old twins I don't have alot of time to waste. I shall use my spare time judiciously and fly the best. Although being able to read the 385 page manual whilst at work also helps! ;-) Respect my simming friends, peace out!Stan HarveyEGPE

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