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A huge Thank You and a few smallish remarks

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First off, congrats to everyone involved in recreating this rich, immersive, and unique piece of "equipment".

During my first short flight and while glancing through the documents and descriptions I noticed a few minor things:

  • Your product page/description für the FSX version mentions "the ability to save and load 3 different flight scenarios" - probably just a copy&paste thing from the product description für X-Plane?
  • The occasional reference to X-Plane in the tutorials as well: At least one of the tutorials for FSX mentions at least one scenery developer who develops for X-Plane exclusively.
  • The new naming convention isn't yet mentioned in the FSX documentation. After installation I could only find one DC-6 version in the aircraft selection under the publisher/PMDG tag. Later on I noticed the other version is available under the aircraft/Douglas tag.

This is just meant to be a small heads-up für minor stuff that might get corrected occasionally. A flawless configuration of the DC-6 simulation, an "uneventful" trouble-free first complete flight, an AFE that's even more comprehensive and immersive than I thought it would be, and the immersion created by the visuals/effects and the sound environment make the DC-6 very much worth while and my money well spent.

 

Thank you all!

 

Oliver Märtens (Maertens)

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Wow! Not a single word in the documentation mentions the fact that effects of hypoxia are modeled. Have I just stumbled across an Easter egg for a change?   :biggrin:

 

Oliver Märtens (Maertens)

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Oliver, thank you for the kind words. We're delighted that you're enjoying the plane.

I appreciate the information about the cut-paste errors that crept in. We'll get those corrected. And yes, the hypoxia is indeed something to be concerned about -- better read up on the pressurization system! :-)

Regards,

Chris 

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