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I just posted these in the screenshot forum.http://ftp.avsim.com/cgi-bin/dcforum/dcboa...rum=DCForumID47********************************Here are a few Cessna Pics taken out of SNA (John Wayne Airport) in Orange County, California.Pics are not edited at all except for size and compression. :-)Comments always appreciated.Regards,Joe :-wave..Pic #1On The Apron at SNA, Preflight Complete...http://home.attbi.com/~flypics2/cs03.jpg.Pic #2Good Cloud and reflection shot....http://home.attbi.com/~flypics2/cs19.jpg.Pic #3Another Cloud shot...http://home.attbi.com/~flypics2/cs25.jpg.Pic #417,000 Ft. Through the clouds, now closed Marine Corps Air Station seen in distance....http://home.attbi.com/~flypics2/cs37.jpg.Pic #5I just thought this was a cool shot...http://home.attbi.com/~flypics2/cs42.jpg.Pic #6MCAS El Toro seen below, still at 17,ooo feet.http://home.attbi.com/~jranos/cs47.jpg..Oshkosh Pictures From 2001 (Part 1) 78 Pics in Frames with 1mb in ThumbnailsHigh speed connection Recommended:http://home.attbi.com/~flypics1/FrameSet.htm.Oshkosh Pictures From 2001 (Part 2) 106 Pics in Frames with 1.5mb in ThumbnailsHigh speed connection recommended:http://home.attbi.com/~flypics2/FrameSet.htm.Picture Gallery of My Flight in a 1945 SNJ-6 on June 1st, 2002Joliet, Illinoishttp://home.attbi.com/~jranos/FrameSet.htm.http://home.attbi.com/~jranos/mysig.jpg http://avsim.com/hangar/air/bfu/logo70.gif

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>>Comments always appreciated. >Okay................. since you asked!!Pic #6 looks great!!!! I also suppose there is not much of "stock" default FLYII in there. :) I'm not complaining though, because it was all the additional add-ons that made the original FLY a wonderful simulation. Now, If I could only talk myself into downloading all the add-ons for FLYII! Maybe someday!... But pics like these are certainly a reason to keep it on the HD. Very impressive!L.Adamson

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Has anyone had any trouble with this scenery? I installed it several times, but after taking off from John Wayne, all I see is the default scenery. The contents of the download are in my FlyIIScenerySoCal folder. And I have set searchpodfilesfirst=0 in fly.ini. I also tried it in FlyIIScenery. I'd love to fly the scenery, so I was hoping someone has had a similar problem and figured it out.

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Thank you Joe, very nice pics and fantastic blue sky!!Can you send me your sky.ini file, I think you have a very clear sky and I like very much.thank you so much again and a dear regardGiorgio Gnesdasportdesign@libero.it

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Beautiful plane. I've been wanting to ask this for a while, but I don't want to get blasted for asking such a question:Is the model finished? I've never seen a CX with chrome thrust reversers. All the ones I've seen were painted. If I remember correctly, the outer skins on the reversers are composite.thanks,nick

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I checked with some of the engineers at Cessna, and I was wrong about them being composite. On the other hand, they say that they have never been polished, at least not for delivery, and that they are not conical in shape. I hope this helps.nick

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First I would like to say that I really hate how you can only edit your post for 60 minutes! :-madNow, I thought maybe the existing model is just the nozzle and that the thrust attenuators aren't modeled yet? :-)nick

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Hey Joe,Not edited? How come the copyright text is there then? ;)Hey, just kidding. :) Anyway, great shots! I almost do not believe my eyes! :)Cheers,Dave

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