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Donny AKA ShalomarFly 2 ROCKS!!!I don't have anywhere near the system requirements, but I will see if my brother wants it on his 'puter. I can't give an URL, but Microsoft has a project called "Virtual Earth". They are sending planes to photograph cities, to create fully three dimensional, pannable images you can view from any angle. Erik Jorgensen is the Project Manager.This info is from the September 5th issue of Time magazine, "On the fronteir of search."On the downside, copywrite limitations might come into play.Best Regards, Donny:-wave

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This is a top find Alex :-jumpy My local Airport, only 10 miles from Wrexhamhttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/127316.jpgA close up of our flying club at Hawarden http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/127317.jpgLiverpool Airport EGGP, arrow showing Heathgate Av, where I used to live.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/127318.jpgYou can tilthttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/127321.jpgCrop your images together (with photoshop)http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/127320.jpgThanks once again, a great find :-) Steve[divalign=center]http://www.wrexhamspace.org/mscr.jpg][/div

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Hi AlejandroYes you can use this images as textures for FlyII. If you are only interrested in the images try maps.google.com. You can use your browser to use this tool and don't have to install software on your PC.But large parts of Europe are only very low resolution.You can't share sceneries based on this images due to copyright reasons. (look at similar discussions in the msfs-forum).The JPG shows my hometown in a privte scenery I made with this Images for FlyII.Harald

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