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go get it, enjoy it, and let me know if anything is wrong. And remember, all the work is not finished. This will give a great regional airliner to have fun with.tony

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Fantastic job Tony,Thank you for dedicating this project to me.BUT: I do not deserve so much honor!!!!All the credits have to go to you and Laurent.Leen

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Hi TonyGreat job, The interior looks great also.Just a question.what potential axis setting are going to be as I have no down elevatorMy seetings when installed were Elevator 0 put them on step2 and 100%Is this correct , Boy this baby wants to fly and never come down as the stall warning horn blares at meThnks for a fine jobJeffhttp://www.f2fdesign.com/ http://www.flyiideveloper.com/ http://jaakins.web.aplus.net/images/Image1.jpg

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Jeff, first make sure that your elevator axis is centered, so that when you move the elevator up or down there's a significant travel.As for the notches in the option box, try more than 2 and see how it behaves. I confess that I did not run into this problem/issue. I will take a closer look, however.tony

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An absolutely gorgeous craft! great cockpit and the perfect plane saab340 is a dream plane and you have done an absolutely marvelous job, you've all outdone yourselves! congratulations to all! and thank you!roman

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Thank you very much, Tony, Laurent Claudet and Pontus Hedlund for this wonderful aircraft which I enjoy very much. It fits perfectly to the (smaller) local regional airports and I like (Turbo) Props much more than Jets.If I did not misunderstand you, an improved soundfile is recommended. How can we find it on AVSIM?Keep on making this plane perfect! Thank you for you hard work again.RegardsGeorg (EDDW)http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/72655.jpg

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Nice picture! in the Avsim library look for lm_Fly!2SndEnhPck.zip.tony

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Thanks for the info. This package seems to be a kind of hidden treasure - I did not know about it until now. FLY! is always surprising - will test it the next day.RegardsGeorg (EDDW)

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Very Nice work!!! The cockpit is a real treat. I took her for a quick lap and am still amazed at the work you guys have done. Great job.One question. How do you shut the engines down? I pulled the conditioners all the way back and she kept on purring. Maybe I missed something. Anyway, back for another flight!

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since it's a beta, the engine start up and shut down is, for example, an area that was not addressed for this upgrade. You go to the fuel switches, and turn them off.tony

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Hi Tony,Thanks for your beautiful Saab 340. When I try to load your Aircraft in Fly2, I get this Error Message in Fly 2:Invalid Guage Identifier(ehs2)File: Cockmngr.ccpLine: 1506What can I do?Can it be the wrong spell Guage for gauge? Please can you help me?Heinzhttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/72687.gif

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Hi Tony,Thanks for your beautiful Saab 340. When I try to load your Aircraft in Fly2, I get this Error Message in Fly 2:Invalid Guage Identifier(ehs2)File: Cockmngr.ccpLine: 1506What can I do?Can it be the wrong spell Guage for gauge? Please can you help me?Heinzhttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/72688.gif

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Make sure that all of the dll files in the zip file are in the modulespc folder in FLY2. Be sure that the old dll files as well as the original Saab340. pod have been removed.tony

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Hallo Heinz,You are missing the DLL files .Remove the following files from the modules/PC folder:eadi.dll edcp.dll ehsi.dll en sf34.dll.Then: Place the following DLL files wich come with the new version:sf34.dll apmonitor.dll ehs2.dll ead2.dll eadi.dll edc2.dlledcp.dll and ehsi.dll in the flyII/modules/PC folder.Now your problem should be solved.RegardsLeenj

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Hi TonyHi Leenjmany thanks for your reply. I have solved the problem. It was the CheckList.dll that makes the conflict. After I removed the dll, the Saab get without a conflict. It is a very beautiful Aircraft you designed Tony, Laurent and Lee.Best regardsHeinz

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George, some of us are working with the external model. I am sure that this suggestion will be taken into consideration. tony

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