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The 36 Highly Detaled Cites in FSX!!

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Hello dear friends,Does any know the names of the "36 highly detailed cites" in the FSX? I really would love to know which are they since I plan to do most of my VFR simming around them! As you can guess I am a very eye-candy pilot in the block! Please MS FS Team, PLEASE be kind to give an answer to this question and be blessed while doing it!Thanks a million!

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> Does any know the names of the "36 highly detailed cites" in the FSX?I was wondering the same thing..

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Look at the detailed cities list for FS9 and you'll have most of them already...

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>Look at the detailed cities list for FS9 and you'll have most>of them already...Can you please tell me how can I check them out in FS9? From a manu, for example, and how many are they? (Chicago IL USA, for example, doesn't look detailed to me nor New York city is, in FS9; Are those two cities in such list in FS9?)Thank you for your help!

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I think so, check the scenery library option in FS.

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>>Look at the detailed cities list for FS9 and you'll have>most>>of them already...>>>Can you please tell me how can I check them out in FS9? From a>manu, for example, and how many are they? (Chicago IL USA, for>example, doesn't look detailed to me nor New York city is, in>FS9; Are those two cities in such list in FS9?)>>Thank you for your help!Well, if Chicago and New York in FS 9 don't seem detailed, I'd encourage you to look at a town like Cleveland or Frankfurt. Then go back and look at Chicago and New York again. :)In all seriousness, we spend a considerable amount of effort updating data and adding objects to make areas across the globe look more and more real, and each version we spend more time on a few locations, giving them more attention. Even so, we haven't been able to give the same level of detail that exist in some add-on packages (like Aerosoft's version of Manhattan, for example). And that won't change with FSX.But we *have* quadrupled (at least) the amount of such work in this version of FS . I'm not gonna tell you where those areas are (at least not yet.), but I *think* y'all will like it.At a minimum it'll give you something to look at until the 3rd party stuff gets in... ;)Cheers,JasonJason

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First of all, I am truly delighted that a MSFT member answered my question; THANKS!He said, "Well, if Chicago and New York in FS 9 don't seem detailed,I'd encourage you to look at a town like Cleveland orFrankfurt." Now I see. Chicago IL then looks very detailed compared to Cleveland, OH! But as for the 36 FSX highly detailed cities, I am already shouting for joyful antecipation just by looking at some of the FSX screen shots already released. Help, I can't stop dancing!!! And again, keep up the good work!Blessings from Above to you all,ditopilot

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>Thanks Jason:>> You're a great guy....regardless of what Tdragger says>about>you:-lol >> DennyHeeeey, don't make them turn on each other before the work is done! ...Just kidding

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Nah, Mobile, AL (my hometown) is what he means! :-lol

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>But we *have* quadrupled (at least) the amount of such work in>this version of FS . I'm not gonna tell you where those areas>are (at least not yet.), but I *think* y'all will like it.>Cheers,>>JasonWell, if the number of cities getting a significant upgrade has been quadrupled, and just a quarter of those are in the U.S., then I'll cross my fingers that my hometown is one of the cities. (Clue: a famous horserace is run here the first Sat. in May) ;)

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Ummm, the Kentucky Derby? Louisville, Kentucky?Mike.

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Yeah, that was pretty easy, wasn't it? I know Jason isn't going to divulge any of the city upgrades right now but I do hope that Louisville is one of the cities.

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Even though they have quadrupled the amount of work they've done I doubt that Cleveland will make the cut, and Cleveland is bigger than Louisville, right?I could be wrong. Maybe my home town will make the grade. Home of the Hopman Cup.Mike.

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>Even though they have quadrupled the amount of work they've>done I doubt that Cleveland will make the cut, and Cleveland>is bigger than Louisville, right?>>Mike.Well, we're trying to think about *outside* the USA. Perhaps "y'all" was the wrong wording. How about...u allen Sie allerεσείς όλοιvoi tuttiすべて너 모두Voc

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Jason, personally I will enjoy seeing any of the cities in the world you've upgraded for FSX; I'm glad that it's being done. I will take the hint that my home town isn't getting a facelift this time and that's OK. Perhaps next time. With the improved autogen, increased road data and upgraded texture resolution all of our cities are going to look better anyway. Can't wait!

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Let's hope we got cities like Dubai and some of those rapidly growing far east cities like Shangai or Beijing:D :D :D :D

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I've never checked, but is the great wall of china in FS? lol something I've never checked out :(

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That's a great idea.....some of the worlds great landmarks! I don't know which are in FS9 but concentrate on creating stuff like the Great Wall in high detail or other items such as the Sahara or Gobi deserts. Natural Landmarks as well. That would be neat!

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At www.airports.org they have a "data center" section showing the 30 busiest airports in the world and I was thinking that it might be nice to have those 30 airports cities well developped....

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