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Phantastic screenshots here

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http://espacealtitude.over-blog.com/It will take a whole lot of time just scrolling to the bottom. So many screens. And all plain incredibe.Big thanks also go to RedCloud for creating a really well done "User manual" in french.Much better than my own documentation I think ;-)Christian

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wow .. those are really fantastic! - Well worth the wait for the page to load ... seems that they get better as you scroll! - I wanna go fly there! PS, Do you have a quad core now Christian? I am on day two of having a new quad core w/ 4 gig o ram, nVid 8800, 24' Ultrasharp LCD, and new trackir 4, FSX & TileProxy installed on 'stripped and neutered' XP 64bit (17 processes running on boot up) all because for TileProxy ... I had too!

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wow .. those are really fantastic! - Well worth the wait for the page to load ... seems that they get better as you scroll! - I wanna go fly there! PS, Do you have a quad core now Christian? I am on day two of having a new quad core w/ 4 gig o ram, nVid 8800, 24' Ultrasharp LCD, and new trackir 4, FSX & TileProxy installed on 'stripped and neutered' XP 64bit (17 processes running on boot up) all because for TileProxy ... I had too!
I bought an Intel Q6600 a little more than a year ago - specifically to test Tileproxy. Also running XP 64 bit.I have since started to build a new platform, sporting 6 GB RAM, Vista 64 bit, which is going to get be fitted with a Phenom II processor really soon (currently sporting a cheap Athlon X2). It has 4 nVidia graphics cards, mainly for number crunching and CUDA development.Running two 24 inch Dell monitors in spanning mode is a treat. Spanning requires Windows XP (does not run on Vista) with the nVidia drivers. Try it - even if you have to borrow a second Dell ;)Christian

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Ohh, you're working on CUDA support for TP? That would be sweet. Considering FSX does jack with video cards, it would be good to do something with them (2x 295GTX).

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