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Greg Goodavish

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  1. I am thinking of purchasing the Orbx tree package. I have space issues on my hard drive, so was wondering if this package completely replaces the default trees, or if it makes two tree databases, one Orbx and one default. How much space does this package take?
  2. No, I didn't know that. But, I would still like to get this repaint for the 1900, if possible.
  3. Could someone try a Northwest Airlink fictional livery? They had the Saab 340,, but not he 1900. However, my VA has authorized us to use this great aircraft in place of the Saab 340, especially since there isn't a payware one available for FSX. I have attached this link for the old Saab 340 livery. http://www.airliners.net/photo/Northwest-Airlink-(Mesaba/Saab-340B-Plus/2297044/&sid=54743acc689f61a8ab91e48aed37be4d
  4. Has anyone done a panel.cfg file for the Grand Caravan for FSX with the ISG gauges?
  5. Hi Jim. I too have the door issue. Could you send the files to me too? Thanks in advance!
  6. Would anyone be willing to repaint the Wilco CRJ-200 in the Midwest Connect livery? I would really appreciate it. We need it for our Midwest VA fleet. Here is a pic of what it looks like in real life:Thanks for any help you can give. My email is ggoodavish@new.rr.com if you want to contact me with your willingness to do the product. I would make sure you are acknowledged on our VA Web page. Thanks!Greg GoodavishMidwest VA
  7. Thanks for the reply, Rob. I certainly don't have anything against the Airbus Pro family. Like you say, the turns are a little fierce, but I can live with that. At least the MCDU adjusts the TOD when you make changes to the FP, unlike another manufacturer. And the PSS support is great. Guess I will be getting the PSS models. Thanks, Rob.
  8. I have the Airbus Pro series for the A319/320/321. They are nice aircraft, but obviously FS2002 modified for FS2004. Everything works well, but the transition from waypoint to waypoint is a little abrupt, and the graphics, etc. are a little dated. I am contemplating purchasing the Pss A330/340 series. Was just wondering if they are the same (same type of performance as the Airbus Pro series and graphics), or if they are a little more advanced and smoother. Can anyone let me know? Thanks.
  9. I just did the same flight with the Wilco CRJ, and got the same CTD by ELMAA. It is not the PSS products doing this. Will investigate elsewhere. Thanks for the input, guys.
  10. I flew several flights with the PSS 757 over the weekend, with no problem. It seems the only problem I have is around KSEA for some reason. It must somehow be related to FlyTampa KSEA scenery, but no idea what it is, as the CTD doesn't occur until ELMAA, which is at least 20-30 mi from KSEA. Guess I will just avoid that airport with this bird. Anyone else that has FlyTampa KSEA able to fly this bird there, especially around the intersection ELMAA?
  11. Hmmmm, there goes my theory. Don't know what else can be causing it, as my computer performance is fine while using it, even approaching ELMAA.
  12. >Interesting theory, Greg. I have long ago given up on the>PSS757 as unusable due to the memory problems (and the>"upcoming" v1.3 patch) and do recall that I upgraded the>NavData with the stuff from Navigraph too.>>A few things I observed, however:>>Crashing (OOM) for me seemed to depend more on flight length>than navigation. I could make it to St. Louis from SEA but>not further on to DFW. My attempts at SEA-DTW also failed. I>did, however, manage to complete the SEA-DTW flight in the>older PSS A320 with no problems. To the best of my knowledge,>all PSS products (even the older Airbus ones) use the same>Navdata files. Can PSS confirm this?>>Have you tried flying a flight of similar length to SEA-SFO>but in a different direction? Maybe SEA-DEN or SEA-YEG or>something. That would try to address whether or not it is a>navdata issue specific to the ELMAA wpt?>>P.S.- does your sim crash exactly at the same point every>time, or just when in the general vicinity of ELMAA? I have>noticed that whenever I had OOM- it was not ever at a specific>point, but instead it was always around a general area. >Disabling all scenery in this area did not seem to help,>either.>>RuahrcRuahrc,It crashes in the general vicinity of ELMAA, not at the same point every time. Generally within 10-20 mi of ELMAA, mostly before, but once after I passed ELMAA.
  13. OK, did some further testing to test my theory. If it truly is a Navdata problem with the PSS data, the same result should happen with other PSS products flying that same route, right? I flew (tried) from KSEA to KSFO with the same route listed in my previous post, with the PSS 777. Same result. When I got near to ELMAA, a CTD. Seems my theory might be correct. Any chance PSS can work with NavData to look into this? Thanks.
  14. I am more convinced it is an AIRAC problem now. I flew the 757 from KSAN to KSFO tonight, both FlyTampa airports, with no problem. I noticed that the info for KSFO was wrong, showing the wrong frequency for my landing rwy of 28R. I had to manually enter the correct one, as the one listed in the CPU was wrong. I am strongly suspecting that in my flight above, something is wrong with the ELMAA intersection that is causing the CTD. Can someone fly the route I listed above and see if they get the same thing? Providing you have NavData AIRAC 7-05 and FlyTampa KSEA, so we are comparing apples to apples. I don't think it is the FlyTampa scenery, or their other two would cause similar problems, and they are not. Also, ELMAA is a distance from KSEA, so the airports impact should be minimized by then.
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