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You may want to check out the following link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_Unlimited_IIIWikipedia contains even more articles about Looking Glass Technologies/Studio and previous versions of Flight Unlimited.Anyone feels like contributing to Wikipedia by expanding these articles?I think it would be a great way to let more people know about Flight Unlimited III.In this forum, many of us have expressed their gratitude for this outstanding flight simulation product. So, why not creating the one or the other article featuring members of the former LGS development team. Even if these articles are not more than stubs in the beginning, they could be a good way to show our appreciation for this dedicated bunch of people.What do you think about that?Thomas

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Thanks, Thomas!And I've already edited it!I even put Chris Low's name up in lights (well, it's there but the lights are off right now ;) )I'll edit the aircraft section with my own stuff - maybe other could do the same?Just please - no "MSFS-bashing" :-roll

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So, this group has already infiltrated Wikipedia. That's good news.Before posting, I performed a (cursory) check of that FU3 article for any evidence, but there was nothing catching my eyes. Obviously, you have kept a very low profile and that makes a very good impression.Now, I am wondering who wrote that article about the Beechjet 400A, which is currenty sold as Raytheon Hawker 400XP.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raytheon_Beechjet_400I would never say something that could hurt the MSFS developers or users. Back then, when this piece of software was called subLOGIC Flight Simulator II, it helped me getting a good job and starting my carreer in flight simulation. In a way, it changed my life.(...I see, I am getting off topic here.)Best regards,Thomas

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Very interesting. I always wanted to know where they were placed in the USA and I read it and some of their history.B.Adamski

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Thomas,It is pretty hard to get off topic on this forum. :)I had SL FS2 on my old Apple... but only after a couple of years with FS1. My how times have changed. :-lol

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