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Hey James, good to see you back in the game. Whatever happened to the Beech 1900C you were working on? She looked pretty sweet in her early design period. As for the most needed aircraft, that's pretty hard to say - there are so many that people would be craving. Based on representation though, my picks would be:1. Cessna 402C2. Piper PA-23 Apache/Aztec3. Beech C994. EMB-110 Bandeirante5. Piper PA-31 CheiftainGeorge

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About the Beech, since the new MakeMDL came out, I Totally Redesigned it for FS2004 with all the new XML Features, except I can't edit XMLbecause I can't think of any program that edits XML

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>About the Beech, since the new MakeMDL came out, I Totally>Redesigned it for FS2004 with all the new XML Features, except>I can't edit XML>because I can't think of any program that edits XMLWell, I use wordpad.exe to edit XML... :)There are also some free XML editors available. Even Microsoft has a free XML editor!Here is "Visual XML" http://www.pierlou.com/visxml/

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Hi.182RG and or Turbo (80's ) with CH and all controls Cowl flaps, Fuel control valve, Rudder trim etc., use Notepad and or XMLedit-ors avail for free on the Net. I have one that I made in GMax but it uses MS gauges and has no artistic value, it just looks like an aircraft from outside and only has the VC panel. If you want to pursue this I can send you what I have and I will help you with the flight testing. TV

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Anything with skis. There is in my opinion a distinct lack of FS9 aircraft with skis. :)"Let me help you out. You're cleared to taxi any way you can to any runway you see."

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James,i suggest you finish up the model before asking about textures :)

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>Bill,>>Have a Direct link for Microsoft's XML EditorThe original "XML Notepad" is still available here:http://www.webattack.com/get/xmlnotepad.shtmlPlease note that it has been depecrated by Microsoft (fancy word means "no longer supported"), and has been replaced by this one, which is built around the new .NET framework:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...&displaylang=enHere is another good freeware XML Editor:http://www.iol.ie/~pxe/download.html

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Holy cow!!! That looks great so far! Will this be a freeware or payware project?George

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>Holy cow!!! That looks great so far! Will this be a>freeware or payware project?>>GeorgeShort answer: Freeware(the silly shadows on the wings are my bad lightning rig for rendering, the surface is according to the NACA wingcurve's and as smooth as can be)

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Fantastic! It's been a while since I've enjoyed a good Beech 99 (FS98, in fact). She looks pretty complicated though - how will it perform (compared to, say, the PMDG B1900)? Keep up the great work!George

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>Fantastic! It's been a while since I've enjoyed a good Beech>99 (FS98, in fact). She looks pretty complicated though - how>will it perform (compared to, say, the PMDG B1900)? Keep up>the great work!>>GeorgeI have no idea, I dont have the PMDG B1900, so can't tell. Apart from that, she is still in modelling stage, so it will take some time before I'm up to doing the *.air file and cfg files.(cause she will also get a 2D cockpit but still not decided if she's getting a VC).Underneath is a very ugly but also very early 2D bitmap, I only made it to see if the gaugeface of the altimeter is up to par (which it isn't), the VSI underneath it is standard MS...Don't expect breakthru gauge programming though, the last time I did some programming was in AutoCAD's Lisp language...http://img11.exs.cx/img11/4651/b99-2d.jpg

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