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Ryan, et al, Is the plan still to post a "best practices in memory management" guide as indicated on the HF2? You had indicated this was coming Monday. I'm assuming you would pin it and I didn't miss it. I know there's a lot going on, but just wanted to see if you have a revised ETA for that post. (I'll even take an EFC on when you might update the revised ETA in the future). ;)


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Ryan, et al, Is the plan still to post a "best practices in memory management" guide as indicated on the HF2? You had indicated this was coming Monday. I'm assuming you would pin it and I didn't miss it. I know there's a lot going on, but just wanted to see if you have a revised ETA for that post. (I'll even take an EFC on when you might update the revised ETA in the future). ;)
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Mats Weinberger

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Ryan, et al, Is the plan still to post a "best practices in memory management" guide as indicated on the HF2? You had indicated this was coming Monday. I'm assuming you would pin it and I didn't miss it. I know there's a lot going on, but just wanted to see if you have a revised ETA for that post. (I'll even take an EFC on when you might update the revised ETA in the future). ;)
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Cristiano Mueller

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I think they made that much money from the sales of the NGX that they have all run off on vacation as been very quiet around here from all PMDG staff


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James Carr

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