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Scenery page under developing!!

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I've just started a new project of building a scenery page for European scenery for fly2.Take a look and give me some feedback if this is something good or bad..Only the Norway button works so far!!Here is the linkhttp://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/josve/fly2...ry/scenery.htmlAlso available at The Fly! Zone of course....Johnny"I'LL BE BACK"[div align=center]http://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/josve/fly2/vas.gif][/div

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Bravo Johnny,bravo.I have for a long time wanted a site like this.All in one place.Easy to navigate and easy to find.Looking realy nice.Thanks for your effort.You are realy the resource man for FlyII :)Keep it up.Jan

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I really like the front page Johny, especially the picture of Europe. I might suggest however that you correct the spelling of switzerland.. the second s is a z. You never know who will be offened. Also, regarding the new 737-500. Do you know if the aircraft author has a panel in the works for this bird?CB :-ukliam

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Thanks Bob I'm going to rebuild the flash file since there is some countrys missing,this was just a test on the page.There is a LOT of work to be done yet....And for the panel issue....remember my answers to you in the developer forum....I was sure you had the panel finished by now :)Johnny"I'LL BE BACK"[div align=center]http://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/josve/fly2/vas.gif][/div

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ohhhhhhhhhh JOHNYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lolWell, I better get to work.. I found and Increadibly excellent site for the 737 development. It is geared toward B737 mechanics, engineers and pilots. The site has in increadible wealth of technical data, many many detailed training photos of the cockpit, etc. take a look johny, I might also suggest that you forward the url to the 737-500 aircraft developer:http://www.b737.org.uk/I'm however a rookie, just trying to grasp the fundamentals of panel design. Yet, I think that I will take it on. I just need to learn how to get into the panel and start messing with it. I have taken a look at barts tutorials yet find them minimally helpful for FLY!II. Do you have any suggestions on how to get started johny? Basicly I'm just trying to figure out how to get into the appropriate panel files and start working with them. I have tried PODVIEW and Filemanger and have been unsucessful. Any help would be appreciated.CB

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Johnny,I have no idea about links,or ID numbers or whatever to makeyour site more efficient,but to me it looks OK as is.But maybe others have an opinion.Let's try it first,and see.Looks clean and easy tonavigate in.Another great site for FlyII.Thanks again. :)JanJust tested the search and download with ID number(never done that before),and it was just perfect. :-hah

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Johnny,I like the way the buttons light up green.. heheheI just purchased a full version copy of 3D studio max R4 on ebay for $199... hehe for the retail price of $3,500 it's a pretty good deal..can't wait to get my hands on it..:-bluegrab :-bluegrab :-bluegrab :-bluegrab :-bluegrab :-bluegrab heheheh:-jumpy :-jumpy :-jumpy :-jumpy :-jumpy :-jumpy

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How 'bout clickable map? ;-)Preston

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Very nice, Johnny! Also - just one "p" in update will do. :-)

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Johnnypls do not forget to include my Istanbul Ataturk Airport scenery into the list.thanks (-:Biber

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Just one more, Jonny'Extended' doesn't have the 'S' in it :-)Great looking site, tho'Colin

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Good idea Jhonny, send me a mail if you need something about France's sceneries and airports, but I know you are a frequent visitor of simvol/fly site.Ren

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