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Now that the 767-300's are starting to fly with winglets does anyone know if we're going to see that addition for the Level-D models?MickeyKLAS

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Been asked & answered at the Official Support Forum, Mickey...

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Been asked & answered at the Official Support Forum, Mickey...
Daryl, maybe instead of directing us to another website you could just provide an answer to a perfectly fair and apropos question here on the AVSIM forum (where the question has NOT "Been asked & answered")! Thanks. :(

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Thanks for the advice. What are you, the AVSIM designated cop?If going to another website is so difficult, perhaps it's time to turn off the computer and go for a walk?To save you the workout: the Level-D 767 will have winglets when the cruise data is available to the developers.

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Monitoring 2 foums is a PITA so why not close this one down entirely?By leaving this forum open you DIRECTLY IMPLY that we ask questions here...ya know. ;)

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If my memory is correct this site was originaly the PIC767 site.When LEVEL-D was introduced they wanted to close this site down and use the other site ....the OFFICIAL LEVEL-D site.We asked the LEVEL-D team to keep this site going do to plenty off information from the good old days off PIC 767.I could be wrong ,it has been a long time.Bob

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Thanks for the advice. What are you, the AVSIM designated cop?If going to another website is so difficult, perhaps it's time to turn off the computer and go for a walk?To save you the workout: the Level-D 767 will have winglets when the cruise data is available to the developers.
Good God, Daryl! Wound up a little tight are we? I certainly didn't mean to upset you, and I most certainly wasn't giving advice. I was asking for a quick answer to a simple, straight-forward question which you had tersely deflected to another website. God forbid anyone should ask a question that has been answered somewhere else in the internet universe! Jeez! Anyway, thank you for the answer. I look forward to Level-D releasing the 767 with winglets. I think it's a great looking aircraft from the pictures I've seen!Justin

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Next time you want a NICE answer, try not ending your post with a :(

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Next time you want a NICE answer, try not ending your post with a :(
So next time should I put a :( to get a nice answer? Seriously though, I used the smiley guy because I was trying to show I meant no offense. I'm sorry that you felt I was being a jerk. Justin

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No, if you don't mean to make fun of someone, then, the next time you should use a smily face... like this: :(This is NOT a smily face, Justin: :( <--ROLLS EYESNor is this: :( <--MADRegardless, emoticons usage aside, it is my job to provide support at the Level-D forums and to guide users who post for support here at AVSIM (which is NOT the support forum) over to the official support forum. I try to offer my support help fairly. If I feel the poster is being respectful, I post in kind. If I feel someone is being disrespectful, I return the favour. :(

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No, if you don't mean to make fun of someone, then, the next time you should use a smily face... like this: B) This is NOT a smily face, Justin: :( <--ROLLS EYESNor is this: B) <--MADRegardless, emoticons usage aside, it is my job to provide support at the Level-D forums and to guide users who post for support here at AVSIM (which is NOT the support forum) over to the official support forum. I try to offer my support help fairly. If I feel the poster is being respectful, I post in kind. If I feel someone is being disrespectful, I return the favour. :(
I've been staring at the emoticon for a few minutes, and I showed it to some other people in my office. It just doesn't look like the little guy is sarcastically "Rolling eyes". I don't see how that symbol could possibly denote disrespect. But if that's how you took it, then, again, I apologize. And I will be sure to avoid using it when I intend to be friendly.You can probably see to the left of my posts the designation "Newbie." So I have to ask: What does :( indicate?

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I have a 16 year old and 14 year old at home. Believe me when I tell you that when they :( at me, it isn't because they think I know what I am talking about. :( indicates being MELLOW, dude!

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I agree with Daryl here about the smilies, that is a rolleyes smilie. I noticed some people (not limited to Avsim) use rolleyes smilies all the time like they are a regular smile smilie, they usually get sharp rude responses back and wonder why. :(

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I have a 16 year old and 14 year old at home. Believe me when I tell you that when they :( at me, it isn't because they think I know what I am talking about. :( indicates being MELLOW, dude!
Oh, I'm mellow. But I'm wondering why the guy who flipped out and told me I need to take a walk, called me the forum cop, and took something completely the wrong way is telling me to mellow. Don't forget Daryl, I apologized twice as a gesture of goodwill when you are actually the one who was being a jackass. Perhaps I should be offended at this point. :(

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