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Those fellow fsx users with lots of add-ons

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I think, Pixar captured it long ago:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWPBFweJZ6A

 

Hey, they even captured that detail of us X-Plane users discussing between ourselves about, the torque bug, the blurr effect, etc....

 

I just hope the big birdy isn't Froogle :blink: ....

 

Are those clouds SkyMAXX Extreme already?

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Oops... portuguese translation....  Is there an english meaning in that?  I'll check Google Translator :-/

 

 

My idea was - with many add-ons..... Already sent a Report, because I can no longer edit the OP :-(

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Correct .. the proper way to say this would be "Heavily Addoned-ed" .. just append ily and ed at the end of each word and the meaning becomes clear ;).

 

The first tenet of effective communication is that thy gets the other guy to unnerstand thy meaning and context ...

 

A sample sentence to illustrate; I look forward to the day when I can as heavily addoned-ed my X-Plane to the degree and extent to which FSX-ers heavily addoned-ed theirs so that I may multi-variate my virtualisisation of aerial experiential experiences as do they.

 

Only joking JComm ... Truth be told, I deeply appreciate your other attributes vis-a-vis flight simulation ... and when you ascend into high math I don't understand what you're saying anyway .. I just trust that the outcome will be good ... I have faith!

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Lol don't try to understand what he does just be glad he does it

 

 

 

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Lol don't try to understand what he does just be glad he does it

 

 

 

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:LMAO:  :LMAO: +1

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Eheh, glad you like it  :-)

 

It's been a long time since I saw that short film at the cinema, and one of these days I was thinking about some discussions among us, regarding the arrival of new users from FSX's lands... and just came to my mind :-)

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Well J.C, I am reformatting as I type this. FSX R.I.P. I have found my wow factor with XPX night flying and WOW it is AWESOME. My personal feeling is that xpx is the future. It was difficult to pull the trigger on retiring fsx. all the additions, I look forward to the coming years of xpx and the developers that will also be here to help further development. Urban Maxx really did it for me. Thanks to everyone in the xp community for helping me make this decision.

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A large influx of FSX users, especially given the relative disparity in size of the different communities could bring significant changes in user expectations, and eventually even in development focus.....

 

Change can be scary?

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Jcomm,

 

I appreciate your posts.  If I tried to post in portuguese, there would be a complete lack of understanding by you and everyone else!

 

John

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Jcomm,

 

I appreciate your posts.  If I tried to post in portuguese, there would be a complete lack of understanding by you and everyone else!

 

John

 

Thx Jon! Portuguese is not an easy language. I only learned English at the highschool, but since work, and hobbies have a lot of english involved, I keep practising :-)

 

 

Well J.C, I am reformatting as I type this. FSX R.I.P. I have found my wow factor with XPX night flying and WOW it is AWESOME. My personal feeling is that xpx is the future. It was difficult to pull the trigger on retiring fsx. all the additions, I look forward to the coming years of xpx and the developers that will also be here to help further development. Urban Maxx really did it for me. Thanks to everyone in the xp community for helping me make this decision.

 

I hope you can find most / all of what you expect  in X-Plane, and I am almost sure the near future will bring good news :-)

 

Personally, I like 'addonified'. "You addonified XP as much as possible..."

 

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English form registered :-)

 

A large influx of FSX users, especially given the relative disparity in size of the different communities could bring significant changes in user expectations, and eventually even in development focus.....

 

Change can be scary?

 

I was scarred, at first, but I think the more we are, the better X-Plane will become...

 

Lol don't try to understand what he does just be glad he does it

 

 

 

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Well, that's how I felt when I had the chance to exchange emails with Ron Freimuth :-/ 

And how I feel when I read some posts by Yo-Yo at the DCS World Forum.

 

I'm a mathematician from my original university carreer ( more in the logic and artificial inteligence areas), now more of a systems admin :-(, but above all I am ( still, although it is becoming very difficult to keep the license valid ...) a glider pilot.

Flying gliders should be the start for ANY pilot. Lutfhansa used to recruit their pilots only among those with glider pilot license. I think gliders can really teach us to fly, although I never progressed to anything with an engine, and here in Portugal, I can't even pilot an SLG or SSG without adding ULM to my license - out of question, and too expensive!

I am a "frustrated" pilot wannabe... I work right in the middle of Lisbon Airport, and go home starring at the crews leaving or arriving for the next flight and always think I really wanted to be there :-/

 

Correct .. the proper way to say this would be "Heavily Addoned-ed" .. just append ily and ed at the end of each word and the meaning becomes clear ;).

 

The first tenet of effective communication is that thy gets the other guy to unnerstand thy meaning and context ...

 

A sample sentence to illustrate; I look forward to the day when I can as heavily addoned-ed my X-Plane to the degree and extent to which FSX-ers heavily addoned-ed theirs so that I may multi-variate my virtualisisation of aerial experiential experiences as do they.

 

Only joking JComm ... Truth be told, I deeply appreciate your other attributes vis-a-vis flight simulation ... and when you ascend into high math I don't understand what you're saying anyway .. I just trust that the outcome will be good ... I have faith!

 

Ok! Another english form to record :-) 

 

 

How about "Pimped out"

 

Whow! Yet another :-)

 

 

Jessica!  I have to read one of your reviews - where are they? We used to recieve at a local magazine shop "Computer Pilot" and "Micro Simulateur". Do you write for any of these?

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Hi jcomm. I write for PC pilot magazine, so there are reviews and articles in there. I also write for another online site. My next online review will be the Carenado C340 for XPX. Next mag review is a collection of iPad apps. I won't put the website address here as to not violate forum rules. :) feel free to pm me though if I can do anything for you.

 

Best wishes,

Jess B

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I have had all sims now on my system and XPX just works with how want to sim fly.

 

As of late, I have been knocking around with the helicopters and having the time of my life,  esp. with the Nils Danielson BKK and Truscenry airports(which look and run great at helicopter altitudes).  I am changing around my home cockpuit config to be more heli friendly.

 

Recently I was getting weird driver induced blue screens and decided to reinstall windows the other day, which I did in one night.  Since XPX was on it's own separate hard drive, I just had to click the exe and voila, the sim was right back where I left it with no re-install.  Gotta love that!

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"Recently I was getting weird driver induced blue screens and decided to reinstall windows the other day, which I did in one night.  Since XPX was on it's own separate hard drive, I just had to click the exe and voila, the sim was right back where I left it with no re-install.  Gotta love that!"

 

imho this may be the greatest feature of xplane. After spending months of my life everytime I got a new computer (usually every other year) reinstalling fs, hunting up ancient web passwords to get software passwords that usually had expired requiring re getting them-for 100's of add ins- this was a nightmare-and usually at least 5 things I had paid for were sacrified in the process.

 

How elegant to just backup the xplane folder Reminds me how nice the first version of windows was where you could restore your entire system by cassette tape in about 30 minutes. The introduction of the windows registry imho destroyed all for users imho.

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