Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

jtwhite

Hey, I'm holding my breath here.......

Recommended Posts

Not really much of a post. Just somewhere to vent this excitement I'm feeling over the imminent release of V2.Must be just from having something new to look forward to. Sad life of a retiree, I guess.

Share this post


Link to post
Help AVSIM continue to serve you!
Please donate today!

Not really much of a post. Just somewhere to vent this excitement I'm feeling over the imminent release of V2.Must be just from having something new to look forward to. Sad life of a retiree, I guess.

Oh your not alone! A hole community have been waiting for v2.0 for a long time now. The last days i must have checked the forum and prepar3d.com dozen times. 

Share this post


Link to post

The last days i must have checked the forum and prepar3d.com dozen times.

 

 

I did that in the last hour!   :lol:

Share this post


Link to post

Just imagine if it's really everything we're all anticipating/expecting?

Share this post


Link to post

I thought there was some news being released by LM today on the version 2. Anyone heard anything because eventually I am going to have to pee?

Share this post


Link to post

I thought there was some news being released by LM today on the version 2. Anyone heard anything because eventually I am going to have to pee?

 

Then you're going to be ecstatic about the new relief tube simulation modeled in P3D2.0! :smile:

 

(kidding of course - I think)

Share this post


Link to post

Then you're going to be ecstatic about the new relief tube simulation modeled in P3D2.0! :smile:

 

(kidding of course - I think)

 

Don't laugh. I was reading through the Illustrated Parts manual of the T-28 when I was making it and when I saw the relief tube I thought "Should I model that as well? Nah, it's beneath the seat so no-one will miss it".

Share this post


Link to post

Don't laugh. I was reading through the Illustrated Parts manual of the T-28 when I was making it and when I saw the relief tube I thought "Should I model that as well? Nah, it's beneath the seat so no-one will miss it".

 

Lol, I wonder if that part is STC'd for civillian use? :smile:

Share this post


Link to post

Can P3D be installed on the same PC FSX is on guys? In a seperate folder of course? Wayne

Share this post


Link to post

Can P3D be installed on the same PC FSX is on guys? In a seperate folder of course? Wayne

As long as you have enough space, why not? I have P3d and FsX both installed.

 

 

Share this post


Link to post

Can P3D be installed on the same PC FSX is on guys? In a seperate folder of course? Wayne

Yes, actually you can have P3D 1.4, P3D 2.0 and FSX all on the same system if you have the room.

 

Vic

Share this post


Link to post