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I have to admit, it looks really good, as does everything CS does. Their eye candy stands with the best, lets just hope this project does not take 3 years and the FDE and panels are correct. Unfortunately I doubt if it will backdate to FS9, so for those of us who don't care for FSX we're sort of stuck already.Best to all and hoping that CS really hits a home run on this one.Clayhttp://www.dreamfleet2000.com/gfx/images/F...ers/Dopke01.jpgClayton T. Dopke (Clay)Major, USAF (retired)"Drac"

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as usual starting on a whole new model after failing to deliver properly on their past onesand the typical pr campaign by their paid employees

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>as usual starting on a whole new model after failing to>deliver properly on their past ones>>and the typical pr campaign by their paid employeesCouldn

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Ive got some really cheap stock to sell you also:-lol Anybody who gives these guys a penny deserves what they will receive.Nice f-117 I waitied for years to get huh.C-130 sure got fixed up quickly and the 757 guys,well they just got a good ol slow scre****. I actually saw a post where a guy still had hopes that cs wwere going to patch his fs9 727!my god that thing is a fossil and they are still telling people a fix is coming?Its your money but dont come here complaining when this masterpiece is released.Post on the CS forums.I am sure they will be sympathetic and address the problems with a quick patch.

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>Is this for FSX or for FSXI?If ACES are going to make the comming FSXI as they have indicated earlier,...nothing from earlier FS version will be compatible with the new graphic platform. As far as I know, the new FS platform will be the same as for the new Train Simulator, meaning that we can all forget back compability for any earlier addon what so ever.

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>>If ACES are going to make the comming FSXI as they have>indicated earlier,...nothing from earlier FS version will be>compatible with the new graphic platform. As far as I know,>the new FS platform will be the same as for the new Train>Simulator, meaning that we can all forget back compability for>any earlier addon what so ever.>I believe FSX and ESP and the upcoming TS2 and FS11 are all based on the same "Core" platform. So I would imagine that FS11 wont really break things written for FSX since the underlying "Core" platform is the same. Though I wouldn't be surprised if compatibility with older version (FS9 etc) is broken.

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The earlier post is likely correct. Everything I've seen written about FS11 is that it will be a completely new engine - and that backwards compatability will not be a supported feature. On the other hand, it is likely a ways away, not until after the Train Sim release. Talking with the PMDG guys at the Seattle AVSIM conference, they see a long window for their FS10 airplanes.ColinPortland

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>I believe FSX and ESP and the upcoming TS2 and FS11 are all>based on the same "Core" platform. >>So I would imagine that FS11 wont really break things written>for FSX since the underlying "Core" platform is the same. >Though I wouldn't be surprised if compatibility with older>version (FS9 etc) is broken.It was already announced months ago that FSvNext's "backward compatibility will be limited to support for only true FSX/SP2 compliant models.Even then it may be necessary for devs to use an ACES supplied "conversion utility" to reformat the .mdl files to a new structure.

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...and in that vein, it'd be interesting to see if that B-52 will be an FS9 .mdl or an FSX .mdl. :D :D RhettFS box: E8500 (@ 3.80 ghz), AC Freezer 7 Pro, ASUS P5E3 Premium, BFG 8800GTX 756 (nVidia 169 WHQL), 4gb DDR3 1600 Patriot Cas7 7-7-7-20 (2T), PC Power 750, WD 150gb 10000rpm Raptor, Seagate 500gb, Silverstone TJ09 case, Vista Ultimate 64ASX Client: AMD 3700+ (@ 2.6 ghz), 7800GT

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>>I believe FSX and ESP and the upcoming TS2 and FS11 are all>based on the same "Core" platform. I don

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