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MarioDonick

Drzewiecki Design Tallinn (EETN) now available for X-Plane 10

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Looking forward to having a great quality developer such as Drzewiecki Designs making airports for X Plane.

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If I said I hadn't heard of them would that lose me some simcred?

lol, no. However, they are known for their worldwide FSX sceneries which usually have a good to very good quality.

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Looks oneof the best town+airport scenery so far.

 

Just sad I'm more on the southern europe area to fly over but I'm looking forward to buy it anyway to support XP developers.

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Hope they convert their New York Airports and Miami skyline series to X Plane.

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Hello guys.

Thank you for noticing our product!

 

EETN_Tallinn_XP_10_small.jpg

 

We have started from a product less complex than some of our largest releases, simply to test the XP technology, the designing / converting techniques and the market. We had to create quite a few new things, like a completely new installing system, that supports for example automatic editing of XP navaids. XP sales are not equal to current FS2004 sales yet (although it is a bestselling XP product this week :huh: ), but this platform has an obvious potential. I personally hope that XP customers will like this product, which would certainly encourage us to concentrate more on XP market.

 

By the way, the product seems to be a really nice destination, with Baltic Sea nearby, Ulemiste lake and the whole Tallinn city downtown on final approach, with many landmarks and VFR points visible, not mentioning a very detailed autogen and large area of ground textures. The airport itself isn't that big (2 mln pax annually) but it is a really nice place, with a Scandinavian touch (the new terminal reminds me a Scandinavian architecture). I personally like the real life EETN very much - it is a tiny (well, in comparison), clean, quiet and friendly place. We have tried to recreate that feeling in the artificial flight simulation world. I hope that buyers of EETN Tallinn XP are/will be satisfied with their purchase.

 

Stanislaw

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Thanks Stanislaw.  X Plane 10 has lots of potential and hope to see some US airports from you such as KPHX,KLAS, and a Las Vegas cityscape.

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Stanislaw,

 

I will for sure buy it and I hope to see more of your sceneries for XP -:)

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...Off to buy it now,I really want this talented company to continue developing for X-Plane.

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XP sales are not equal to current FS2004 sales yet

Very nice scenery.  Wow, FS2004 heh?  I guess that is THE biggest FS add-on market  :rolleyes:

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Yep me too - off to purchase it now - got to support the designers  and it looks fantastic. Good spot mariodonick

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We have started from a product less complex than some of our largest releases, simply to test the XP technology, the designing / converting techniques and the market. We had to create quite a few new things, like a completely new installing system, that supports for example automatic editing of XP navaids. XP sales are not equal to current FS2004 sales yet (although it is a bestselling XP product this week :huh: ), but this platform has an obvious potential. I personally hope that XP customers will like this product, which would certainly encourage us to concentrate more on XP market.

 

Hi Stanislaw,

 

I just picked up your EETN scenery from Aerosoft. I'm not really interested in flying there a lot, but I want to make sure you continue to release scenery for X-Plane.

 

I'm sure you are smart enough to not judge sales based on a smaller less popular airport on Simmarket. I don't think many X-Plane users purchase add-ons from them. the x-plane.org store, Aerosoft and X-Aviation are probably the main sources for X-Plane users.

 

That said, I had a quick peek at it and have to say it looks absolutely fantastic, I will give your scenery a try and stream it a bit in the coming days! :)

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Thank you. I am very glad you like it.

 

This file , when put to X-Plane 10\Custom Scenery\EETN_Tallinn_XP_high\Earth nav data\+50+020, should enable static aircraft back, together with HDR lights. If possible, please let me know if it works fine for you. If it does, I will publish a v1.1 update of the whole installer.
Best regards
Stanislaw

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Stanislaw

 

Your patch works fine. The interior hangar lighting and the flood lights mounted above are really brilliant.

 

Since you are in the process of creating a patch, there is a tiny insignificant error in the Log.txt file viz.,

WARNING: texture Custom Scenery/EETN_Tallinn_XP_high/fac/fence1.png has a size that is not a power of 2; it may not render correctly.

WARNING: texture Custom Scenery/EETN_Tallinn_XP_high/fac/fence2.png has a size that is not a power of 2; it may not render correctly.
WARNING: texture Custom Scenery/EETN_Tallinn_XP_high/fac/concretefence_wire.png has a size that is not a power of 2; it may not render correctly.
 
Obviously some fence somewhere is not being displayed. This is no doubt easily fixable.
All in all, your EETN-Tallinn scenery is really very good indeed and makes a magnificent improvement to the default scenery which really is a bit of a mess.

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Hi,

 

Thanks for the info. I ordered Tallinn and Moscow - good deals. Nice work.

 

Is Rzeszów available from DRZEWIECKI DESIGN?

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