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WEATHER : - When fog is present on the ground ( when in it ), it is also present when flying above it. SCENERY : - MORE PRECISE MESH : 76 or 32m - MORE ACCURATE LANDCLASS AND AUTOGEN - MUCH MORE PARKING SPOTS AT AFCAD'S - DYNAMIC SCENERY AT AIRPORTS : PAX , VEHICLESATC : - DIFFERENT VOICE ACCENTS : AMERICAN ; SPANISH ; FRENCH ; SCANDINAVIAN ;ASIAN ; AFRICAN AND ARABIC - SID's AND STAR'sAI TRAFFIC : - NO GO AROUND's , BETTER SEPARATION - BETTER USE OF AVAILABLE RUNWAYS - MORE REALISTIC TAXI AND APPROACH SPEEDSTHAT'S ABOUT IT

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I sent an email to microsoft.......But I just want to know what you think about my ideas

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>WEATHER : - When fog is present on the ground ( when in it ),>it is also present when flying above it. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!!!!

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In fact it is not realistic at all to see the runway from far away when it is reported that the vis is very low. And then suddenly when at 4-5 miles from the runway , it dissapears in the fog.

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NO SCREAMING!!!!! IT DOESN'T GET PEOPLE TO LISTEN TO YOU AND IS HIGHLY ANNOYING!!!!!!And that is quite seriously means.Whatever merit your ideas may or may not have (and using a few buzzwords to describe an idea is not a good way to get people to understand what you want), don't shout!

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>Another idea for FSX :>>>Be less US-CENTRIC.>>> >C-64>1MB>And that would mean...?Since we ship the planet I'd love to know.

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US-CENTRIC :ATC : American accents only , FAA way to talkAircraft : American manufacturers. e.g. : no airbussesScenery : much more developped in the statesAirspace : FAA airspaces regulations.....

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>US-CENTRIC :>>>ATC : American accents only , FAA way to talk>Aircraft : American manufacturers. e.g. : no airbusses>Scenery : much more developped in the states>Airspace : FAA airspaces regulations>.....>>I think these are legitimate requests. However, design of the ATC, Aircraft, scenery, etc. within FSX can and should allow 3rd party developers to provide these features. Let the MSFS team build the "highways" and the 3rd party developers the "cars"!David

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Got to start somewhere. And if you have 50% of the paying userbase happy that way and require 10x more investment to maybe please part of the other 50% I can fully understand why the investment isn't made.You'd need several hundred other systems in place for everything, which would seriously confuse most users.Every country have their own transition levels, airspace regulations, etc. etc.It confuses the #### out of real pilots too...

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Well, considering the dev team has hinted that road traffic will be based on region (what side of the road etc...) why not ATC based on region?Ian.

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Two different system with vastly different levels of complexity.

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Hi tdragger, will there be an AI system for trains too? :D

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>US-CENTRIC :>>>ATC : American accents only , FAA way to talk>Aircraft : American manufacturers. e.g. : no airbusses>Scenery : much more developped in the states>Airspace : FAA airspaces regulations>.....>>Gotcha. Thanks. Yup, I'll admit ATC is definitely an area with a US focus, mainly because of the level of expertise we where able to throw at the problem when we first built it.As for the other areas you mention, scenery is an something that continues to evolve and we'll have significantly more variety and depth in international content going forward. As for the aircraft, we just might surpsrise you this time around.thanks for your thoughts!

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US is where most MSFS are sold.US is number one in the world as far as General Aviation is concerned (as a matter of fact 80% of world GA is in the US).US usually has the best and most available aviation/scenery related data.I have absolutely no problem with FS being US-centric, in fact it sems logical.Michael J.http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/pmdg_744F.jpghttp://sales.hifisim.com/pub-download/asv6-banner-beta.jpg

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There's only 3 types of road traffic: left, right, and middle of the road (and the last only in Australia).There's some 150 types of ATC systems, with far more differences between them.

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>(and the last only in Australia).Don't forget Montana. (Out test lead's home state.)

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>US is where most MSFS are sold.By single country, yes. But most sales $-wise come from outside North America. It only makes sense that we strive to be a global product. The appearance of US-centricity is not by design but often the result of having easier access to resource material than for the rest of the world. (Of oucrse that is changing, too, with the Internet, imagery and data vendors, etc.).

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> and middle of the road (and the last only in Australia).:-hmmm Maybe on dirt tracks, but that applies to any country.

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From a logistics standpoint it does pose a bit of a problem. From a programming standpoint all the tools are there but if the current ATC system is in place would involve adding different set of instructions per country or region.Each different set of instructions would need it's own set of voices each reflecting the differences in ATC communication, but FS does recognize the locations in the current ATC system as it knows when a sector has been crossed so I'm guessing the complexity is in the diffent sets of instructions that would be needed and the interaction between the different sets.I fly only in the US, so almost a moot point for me but interesting discussion.Ian.

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I have a tricky one...Drive AND overtake from the right. Can it be done in FSX? That's how most people drive over here...P.S. Edited for directional error...Regards,

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I got one... It's not critical but would be great to see AI coming in at an appropriate "crab" angle during high cross-wind approaches.

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