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Does this apply to FSX? As you noted this is a super old thread, 13 years old and before FSX was out and was for FS9 not FSX.


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Digging up old topics is necroposting and not considered appropriate on the Internet (not just this website).  I split the topic from the old posts and edited the topic to show a link to "post #3".

 

Also moved the topic to the FS9 Forum.


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I often read up on material relating to FS2004 and flightsimming in general which is many years old.  I am not that clever or knowledgable to say that I know it all or havent't forgotten some thing or another.  If a friend pointed out an article to me which was ten or twelve years old and which helped me then I wouldn't castigate him, or her.  Rather, I would thank them.

 

Who, I wonder, decides what is, or is not, appropriate on the Internet in such a case and why should we follow that decision like a herd of cattle?

 

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I will let the following link answer your question - http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=necroposting


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From the Urban Dictionary definition: "On a message board, posting something irrelevent on a really old topic to bring it to the top of the list topics."

 

This post is not irrelevant, it is correcting some incorrect information in the earlier post.


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I'm the moderator.  The post was irrelevant!!!  Plus, in the OP, I placed a link to the topic.  What's wrong with that?

 

Topic closed because we have some who desire to troll.

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