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  1. Agreed - really fun and fast! Vic
  2. If you intercept the GS from above, it will not "catch" and descend. You need to intercept the GS from below and then the a/c should capture it and follow it down. Also be aware that it is possible to fly through the GS if your speed is way too high. Vic
  3. Glad to help David! Vic
  4. don't forget - the popup needs a window declaration: [Window Titles] Window02=Flight1 Garmin GTN750 U1 Window03=Flight1 Garmin GTN650 U1 - DO NOT MODIFY // This addon has no main 2D panel (do not edit) ----------- [Window02] Background_color=0,0,0 size_mm=937,887 VISIBLE=0 ident=14401 window_pos= 0.660, 0.160 window_size= 0.340, 0.580 zorder=99 gauge00=F1GTN!GTN750, 0,0,937,887,UNIT1.POP //-------------------------------------------------------- [Window03] Background_color=0,0,0 size_mm=937,390 position=7 visible=0 ident=14403 window_size= 0.340, 0.260 window_pos= 0.660, 0.740 zorder=99 gauge00=F1GTN!GTN650, 0,0,937,390,UNIT1.POP Vic
  5. considering what needed to be done to upgrade to 64bit I look at it as $20 to go 64bit 750 and they throw in the 650. Vic
  6. I prefer ASCA but this is a VISUAL product. The only person who can answer that is you - whichever one YOU think looks best IS the best. As mentioned, the big plus for ASCA is that it works seamlessly with Active Sky weather to dynamically change the cloud sets according to weather influence - which you cannot do with REX clouds at this time. Vic
  7. He's talking about restoring a backup of the ShadersHLSL folder which does NOT regenerate if deleted. However, if you don't have a backup, run a repair install on the Client. The shader folder in %LocalAppdata% /LockheedMartin will regenerate. Have you contacted Maxime at Toga about the issue? He is very quick to respond. Vic
  8. If you haven't reached MINOE go DTO MINOE and let nav work from there else DTO PACIF should work. Vic
  9. try putting this in your prepar3d.cfg file and see if it makes a difference [JOBSCHEDULER] AffinityMask=15 Vic
  10. perhaps this will help - http://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=13136 Vic
  11. The weather programs all ignore your "in sim" settings - they all default to "user control" so it makes no difference one way or another what you do in the sim. Vic
  12. The 1080Ti would give you the best improvement overall so that it would be worth the cost. IMHO, the 1070 would be a waste of funds, the improvement gained over the 1060 would not justify the cost. The plain 1080 would be a little better in that regard but personally, I would still question the cost vs reward. The extra $$ for the 1080Ti would be the way to go. Vic
  13. Uh-oh! Bill's off his meds again!! Is there a salt free recipe?? Vic
  14. You are asking an impossible question. TRY different settings and see which works best ON YOUR SYSTEM. I also suggest you read this thread you posted in and you'll find many suggestions to try. Vic