specialist

Looking more and more like P3D

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One of the reasons I bought P3D, was because of the shadow effects I couldn't get in FSX, except by using SteveFX which as we all know transformed the cockpit shadows. But I was still craving for more, like ground shadows. However, there are FSX sceneries I have in FSX, that I still can't get for P3D, much less XP11. I'm so glad I didn't ditch FSX completely, because now I'm being drawn to restart my FSX engines with this amazing cloud shadow addon. Thanks Steve!

 

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FSX works fine for me, considering how old it is. I just can't see shelling out more money (a lot more money) for something that might be slightly better. And, I am already tired of tinkering with FSX for the past 10 years, why start tinkering with something new and re-learning all its idiosyncrasies. Thanks to people like Steve and too many more to mention FSX is just fine. It would take a 64 bit, out of the box sim and no tinkering to get it to work for me to even consider switching. 

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For some people, tinkering and tweaking has become a hobby in its self. Some do more of it than flying, just trying to reach the Goldilocks zone.:laugh:

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2 hours ago, specialist said:

For some people, tinkering and tweaking has become a hobby in its self. Some do more of it than flying, just trying to reach the Goldilocks zone.:laugh:

Guilty as charged (though not really for the Goldilocks zone, but rather for the well-oiled engine)

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11 hours ago, Capt Speirs said:

FSX works fine for me, considering how old it is. I just can't see shelling out more money (a lot more money) for something that might be slightly better. And, I am already tired of tinkering with FSX for the past 10 years, why start tinkering with something new and re-learning all its idiosyncrasies. Thanks to people like Steve and too many more to mention FSX is just fine. It would take a 64 bit, out of the box sim and no tinkering to get it to work for me to even consider switching. 

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Regards,

Greg

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12 hours ago, specialist said:

For some people, tinkering and tweaking has become a hobby in its self. Some do more of it than flying, just trying to reach the Goldilocks zone.:laugh:

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