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Hi, This is annoying me so I might as well ask, why is January Summer in new Zealand in FS? I want to do a flight, but apparently the seasons are backwards, when I pick Winter, it takes me back to August. Is there a fix for this?Thanks,Jeff USAF


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Simple: it is now summer here in New Zealand. It's always been summer in January as long as I can remember, and hopefully always will be. (I'm always amused by this rather US-centric view of the world:)


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I can`t quite tell if that question was a joke, or serious. As far is I can tell, being a pommie migrant to NZ, Wellington only has one season, the rainy season! Sadly, there is no fix available, short of building bigger stopbanks..CheersLungs

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Guest panda234

The seasons are reversed in the southern hemisphere. Or here, depending on your perspective, hehe. My sister lives in Adelaide, South Australia, and it's been over 40 Centigrade--well over 100F--for the past few weeks. billg

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Guest GCBarni

At the risk of falling for some kind of hoax, I'm going out on a limb here and make the following suggestion: click on Options/Settings/International and alter the Latitude and Longitude values as though you were living in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Guest Paul Heaney

If this isn't a joke, I find it pretty funny.

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"Is there a fix for this?"You have got to laugh haven't you ... :-lol


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"(...) Please for the love of humanity tell me that was a joke! (...)"I don't think it is. The man is an American, and probably dead serious on an issue he doesn't have the faintest clue about. But joke or not: it sure is hilariously funny (wide and wicked grin)!Be well!Jaap Verduijn.

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Cut the Ami's some slack. They are not the undereducated dummies, the world likes to see them as.But this could be a contestant for the the Darwin award. :-lol

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While America won't pick up the combined intelligence award, the rest of the world sure isn't full of Einstein's...

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"(...) this could be a contestant for the the Darwin award (...)"We have a winner! For heaven's sake: the man "Flies on AWACS"! Probably only domestic flights (wide and wicked grin)!Jaap Verduijn.

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Im ashamed to call myself an air force member now LMAOcommon man...just ask somone before you post LOLGary HayesLevel-D Simulations Development TeamNo im not a "real" pilot, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.P4 3.0ghz w/HT & FSB..GeForce FX 5900 ultra 256MB..1 gig PC3200 DDR RAM..Sound Blaster Audigy w/5.1 THX


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No i'm not a "real" pilot, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.

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Seems to me that once upon a time most Europeans thought the world was flat...Though I do know of one guy I met who thought the "Far East" was Savannah Ga.Eric


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