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It wont work!You forgot to esclude the whatyoumightcallit and render the following of Dah.al

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Good stuff!!! gotta keep a sense of humor when dealing with FS fanatics Craig

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All looks correct except the absence of the "Edinburgh Masker". The device has been a cure for stutters for at least some time now. Still on the market I think. Might be worth a try?

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Sir:Before you post this type to drivel I suggest you do your research. It is quite obvious that the undulating whirleygig is not at all compatible with FSX. I don't believe for once second that it cured your stutters without having at least one flapping fredistance hinckeled to the confabulator.

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"...undulating whirley gig is not at all compatible with FSX"It is as long as you have the bifurcating flange plate installed in the VW Vanagon which enables you to effectively bypass the normal FSX code restrictions - of course, you may have to reactivate with MS if you cross the red and black wires. So, be careful when inplementing this change!:(

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Apart from the Edinburgh Masker which is hardware and is easily installed. Check out the website. It works for some, www. stutteringcontrol.com do a device too. It's good to know that some companies take the problem seriously and come out with s-s-solutions.

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DaveI tried your cure and made a 'breakthrough' discovery...If you have a mid to high end system with at least 1 meg RAM, you don't need the duct tape!!!!!!Is FSX a learning curve, or what!Toni.

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I'm sorry, I use duct tape for everything - It it is not a truley professional job without it!

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I papered the inside of my home cockpit with duct tape. The texture is similar to the panel of the Airbus A320 series, or at least I think it is.

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Thanks for the tip and the tweak! I went further and "tweaked" the "tweak" itself by reversing the direction of the duct tape, thereby allowing the improved access to the thingamabob, and causing it to remain more stable. And now I'm getting 30 FPS where before I used to get only 5! I'm a happy simmer now! Tell all your friends! :-badteeth

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>Dave>>I tried your cure and made a 'breakthrough' discovery...>>If you have a mid to high end system with at least 1 meg RAM,>you don't need the duct tape!!!!!!>>Is FSX a learning curve, or what!>>Toni.>>>>>>I want to try too! I want to try too~! But I can't find a VW Vanagon ANYWHERE!? I tried everywhere I can think of, no wagon. F$S $ucks man!

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Has anyone used a garbage can for the cockpit housing using duct tape as a lining, and if so are they getting stutter free results with the Edinburgh masker attached to the megabyte disinhibiter coil with a zonal croc clip? Sorry to ask such an obvious question but you guys have been in the business longer than I have. M$F$uckyX is worse than FS95. I'm a happy simmer too.

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WARNING! I have discovered that this fix only works so long as Jupiter, Saturn and Mars remain in conjuction (within the sim, that is). So, new star maps will be available shortly for the small pittance of $49.95.Not that I'm trying to capitalize on your inexplicably and perverse desire to make this thing work! 'Tis a small price for sim nirvana.

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lo,lo,loo,look, this isn't ver,ver,very,very f,f,f,f,f,fun,fun,funny,funny!I ca,ca,ca,can,can't spell ssssssssssstutter. LOL :-)

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As some may remember, this is basically the same cure I used for stutters in FS2K2 now updated for FSX. Warning! Do this at your own risk!Edit: For a better pic: www.sheridangraphics.com/test/stutters06.htm

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Bloody ####, I forgot about the philangey. Up FS98. M$FSuX is cr*p and so say all of me.:-hah

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Hi Dave,If I don't have duct tape, then is it alright to use scotch tape? :-hahAlso, how could you forget the WD-40, man? :-lol :-lolRegards,

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Dave, the Edinburgh masker sits in your ear and adds noticeably to immersiveness. . . . watch it, you'll be a happy eater. . . sorry, I mean happy shimmer....simmer. There got it out at last. M$FSducttapeX rules!!

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Okay, I see, the Edinberg Masker is an ear-addon! Well, I think the compressor mounted under the chair (which adds much to the physical pleasure of simming, by the way) will cause the Masker to become dislodged, at least that's what keeps happening to my philange!

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Leafhopper,It is indeed a braw thing that FS intellects are still aroond the toon.The Galsgow Masker is a tad easier.Scotch Tape, Buckast Tonic Wine flaggon, stick round ears with flaggon opening in drinking orfice, and gurgle.I assure you that all stutters stop. (as does life as we know it Jim)Just as in the European Rennaisence, it needs us Scots to bring the thinking process to the fore.WE were/are the bringers of enlightement!Reagards,RonMacGlesga

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"Buckast Tonic Wine flaggon" I understand the flaggon part (especially after last night) but what on earth is Tonic Wine? Sounds interesting though...hmmmm!

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It is the drink of choice among the Glasgow Intelligensia.It is made by Monks, at Buckfast Abby Devon, and has been for many years, as a restorative tonic of medicinal qualities.However, those with need of medicinal help such as finding a brain to use, discovered that drinking it copiously and quickly, gives a headrush called ZOMBIED, in ultra quick time!The cynical peoples of Glasgow, may suggst that its impossible to tell the difference between NORMAL and ZOMBIED, as need of brain is paramount to both states.However, suggestions are afoot that major surgery could be carried out while under the influence, negating expensive aneasthetics.Proof at weekends is ample for this conjecture, as they attempt to remove each others ears, arms, or anything in knife fights and such.It is a true fact that 98% of the Worlds Buckfast or Buckie as locally known, is bought and consummed within 40 miles radius of Glasgow, including Edinburgh.See us?Pure Class man!

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I live not so far from Buckfast Abbey in dear ole Devon though that G7SUL lives even closer. I can confirm that highly he and I conducted some highly intellectual tests with the Edinburgh masker and duct tape which demonstrated a clear correlation betwen Buckfast tonic wine and dissolving duct tape. The Masker was unaffected by the corrosive effects of the wine unlike the stomach linings of the average Glaswegian string vested, follically challenged overweight male:-hah. Incidentally what stutter rate do you get at Glasgow airport in FS98 compared with FSUX? In my ducted airbus fannypit and edinburgh masker, I get 2.5FPS with autogen and wild animals on max and it's very smooth. The wild animals look great charging through the Glasgow streets and their flight models are very realistic. (Anyone willing to do an Indian elephant repaint?). . so I'm a happy simper,....sorry. . simmer!

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