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Did they fix this in FS2004?

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Could never seem to get a straight answer prior to the general release, so here it goes:1. Yes or No. Does the 737 require excessive breakaway and taxi thrust to taxi (greather than 40 percent N1)? Did MS fix the coefficient of friction for concrete that rumour had it was causing this well known problem?If not, perhaps a beta tester would care to comment on why MS didn't fix this isssue? I'd be interested to know.2. MS2002 missed a lot of NDBs located on approach courses, especially in Canada. Did MS get them in this time?3. Does MS2004 allow addon developers to significantly raise the bar in terms of systems modeling and flight dynamics; in other words, does FS2004 give guys like DF and PSS the power to do more than what they could do in FS2000; ie., more options in the config files, etc.4. Are FS2004's clouds such that an addon weather radar program could be made to detect areas of actual displayed precip in FS2004?Thank you!

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1. Yes to some extent, FS2004 ground behavior has improved, no more TOGA trust to taxi..2. Cant provide an answer to this, Dont know.3. There a some more parameters in the configs, hopefully, more room to developers4. That was done in FS2002 with Flightmax, sure it can be reproduced now.

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