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Thanks for looking

 

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Wow Rich!! GREAT snap.

 

Thank you Brother - thought I would try my soft clouds again - cant wait for 3D Force - good times ahead 


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+1 Fantastic Shot & Composition.

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Super shot Rich!  Am also excited for 3D Force.  I wish REX would make a X-Plane 10 version of their software. 

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Great capture....almost makes you want to open the airstair door and touch the clouds :)

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Thank you All for the kind words - take care guys   :wink:


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+1 to that.

 

And that shot made me drool. Off to upgrade ,..

 

Thank you enjoyed your latest video also :) this was just outside Portland last night

 

 

Stunning buddy!

 

Thanks my friend - hope you enjoying your P3D


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So I made the same move. Worked and looked great. My neck of the woods real world had convection and rain today. I booted up AS16, injected the weather, and flew out of my local strip. The A2A Cherokee was like Dorothy's house at the start of the Wizard of Oz. After about the third unforced slip-spin-60-degree bank the engine quit and I had to make a power-off landing on the highway underneath. It was great, and nothing like ASN.


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So I made the same move. Worked and looked great. My neck of the woods real world had convection and rain today. I booted up AS16, injected the weather, and flew out of my local strip. The A2A Cherokee was like Dorothy's house at the start of the Wizard of Oz. After about the third unforced slip-spin-60-degree bank the engine quit and I had to make a power-off landing on the highway underneath. It was great, and nothing like ASN.

 

Yes its definitely better than ASN - glad your enjoying it


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I just got AS16 - was on Rex4 with Soft Clouds and ASN.

I installed AS16 - do I have to turn off anything in Rex or connect AS16 to Rex?

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I just got AS16 - was on Rex4 with Soft Clouds and ASN.

I installed AS16 - do I have to turn off anything in Rex or connect AS16 to Rex?

 

You dont have to do anything as REX has all ready installed your textures - same process as before with ASN remains the same with AS16


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