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I bet if they had access to the Boeing blueprints and design data they would not of missed that... Sorry.... i had to...


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At this point, I'd be happy if the NG wasn't released, all this time waiting I've gone back to the 747, together with the manuals I'm really getting into it, there's so much to learn.

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just like to recap what has been said before.. yes they are using the blueprints.. and as they have stated when they render a 3D object some rounded parts become square looking.. i dont know the details. but i think it is a stupid issue to bring up and it will just get this topic locked. I come here looking to get news on the plane not to read 2 pages about a stupid little thing! if it is that much of an issue get photoshop and fix it yourself.

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I bet if they had access to the Boeing blueprints and design data they would not of missed that... Sorry.... i had to...
Would you like to call Boeing and ask them then? Do you honestly think this is something we'd lie about in public? If those dimensions aren't right, then the data they gave us isn't right - it matches the engineering drawings.

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Im a tech on the B737NG and i cant see the problem, besides people comparing newly painted aircrafts vs worn aircrafts.When the bulb in the over wing escape light has been changed once, the paint will be flawed and you can see the edge around the housing, and that is what is cheating the eyes and making the reallife look bigger, but like the Air Berlin picture shows, that is not how it looks when newly painted.

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I'm surprised that people are wasting their time comparing images and looking for smallest difference. This is pathetic...

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Really PATHETIC indeed... I feel for you PMDG. People keep complaining about stupid stuff... And the guy doesn't even realize this is a 737 classic picture. #####...


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And the guy doesn't even realize this is a 737 classic picture. #####...
Yeah, that's clearly the older model - you can tell by that fairing behind the engine that isn't there on the NG.

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thats really sad, these airliners.net picture looker, which cant even tell the difference between the classic and the ng, call themself freaks are really annoying... :/

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thats really sad, these airliners.net picture looker, which cant even tell the difference between the classic and the ng, call themself freaks are really annoying... :/
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It is amazing, the US top gear doesn't even compare to the British version. Quite like the office IMHO.
I can't stand the US top gear either.. But same goes for UK the office... twisted! Just%20Kidding.gif

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Would you like to call Boeing and ask them then? Do you honestly think this is something we'd lie about in public? If those dimensions aren't right, then the data they gave us isn't right - it matches the engineering drawings.
You know Ryan sometimes you just have to say to yourself is this really worth it? You, Robert and Vince have been exceptionally clear during this whole process and now people are ######ing about window size. Give me a break. As always I look forward to your final product I know it will be incredible.

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It's today my birthday and got Real Environment Xtreme 2! :D

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Why are some people doubting PMDG? The designs are correct. Most, if not all, of the airplanes they have made were correct, and why would they be approved by Boeing if it was off?

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