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NGX: Cold & Dark to Preflight Complete (Updated and extended)

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This is the second installment of the NGX tutorial. Where the previous version took you from cold and dark to completion of the CDU preflight procedure, this continues the setup procedure up to the point where you are ready to go through the preflight checklist. In addition to correcting errors and typos in the first version, I have added around 45 pages of new material. The intended audience ranges from those that are completely new to Boeing-type addons in FSX, to those who know how to get in the air and land, but would like a more solid understanding of the airplane and its systems. The main advantage over the extensive documentation supplied by PMDG is that this tutorial is designed to be read sequentially rather than to be used as a reference. You can download it here: http://stickleback.d...P11/NGXvol1.pdf (A4 format) or here: http://stickleback.d...11/NGXvol1L.pdf (Letter format). I hope you enjoy it, and any feedback is most welcome.

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Downloading as I type! Thanks! EDITMy goodness, 98 pages... and the engines are still off...! rolleyes.giftongue.png Looking awesome nevertheless! This will be a huge pdf by the time we get to shutting the plane down... happy.png

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Great stuff !! A tutorial as good as this should be pinned at the top of the page.This is a must for NGX owners. Fred.


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My goodness, 98 pages... and the engines are still off...! rolleyes.giftongue.png Looking awesome nevertheless! This will be a huge pdf by the time we get to shutting the plane down... happy.png
Lots of pictures, fortunately smile.png

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awesome stuff, looking forward to next update.


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It is guys like you that make the NGX a really enjoyable experience. Thank you for spending the time and effort for producing thistutorial, it has made learning this bird alot more enjoyable. Your use of pictures is excellent and goes a long way in showing uswhere all the switches are and what each one is supposed to do. I have used this tutorial in conjunction with the one suppliedwith the NGX and it has made things a lot clearer.Once again a big Thank You!! Duncan Gillespie


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Terrific work. So good to hear the "whys" as well as the "whats". Looking forward to more.


Paul Skol

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I have tried both links and they don't work for me......


Real Deraps

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Thank you Tom!! Great work! This is a must!


Mauricio Brentano

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Excellent, thank you Tom. I too, believe it should be pinned.


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