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About beechcaptain

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  • Birthday 10/23/1954

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    Brandon, MS
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    Guitar, Flight Simulations

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    Diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma 06/2013, undergoing daily chemo. Flt Sim is one of my major reliefs/enjoyments for quality of life!

    Glenn Wilkinson

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  1. I have no intention of even considering MSFS/FS2020, or whatever it will be titled, until several years after it has been on the market, allowing for the numerous fixes/updates that will become necessary, and when there is a decent selection of addons. Until then, it is P3D and my current collection of addons to keep me occupied. Oh, I will also need to upgrade my gaming pc significantly as that time draws near. No telling what the requirements will be to get solid performance with all the desired addons, in 2022/3.
  2. Why not register on the PMDG forum and post your inquiry there?
  3. Nice looking forests. Now to the Ercoupe: Excellent images! The Ercoupe became one of my favorite GA SEL a/c after I got to do a close up inspection of one in Jacksonville, FL, at an older Holiday Inn (could have been another hotel, I can't remember which) back around 1996. It was hanging on permanent display in the lobby. Man, my memory sure is flaky these days. I'm having a tough time remembering the exact area it was in. I seem to recall there were a lot of large photo reprints of an old airport. If someone from JAX knows of this and can elaborate, I'd be most appreciative. To OP, not trying to hijack your thread, but to add a little more love for the Ercoupe. Fun little a/c to fly for sight seeing. Great visibility from the cockpit. Thanks for posting!
  4. What is wrong with what is incorporated within the FMC?
  5. I prefer PFPX. I have used Simbrief and like it a lot. However, it is not as tweakable as PFPX. In PFPX, there are custom performance files for the majority of add on a/c (primarily airliners, but a few GA types as well). Plus you can manually set virtually every item in the a/c parameters, route, etc. PFPX is payware, Simbrief is freeware. Can't go wrong with either.
  6. Disable your a/v software and then you can download your purchase without interference.
  7. Bob, No, I missed that link. Thanks for pointing this out. Merry Christmas and happy holidays!
  8. Unless I missed it in the survey results, I would like to see the actual number of users responding for each version used, as in number of persons using P3Dv4 regularaly and number of persons using XP11 regularly. This would give me a better idea of which is more popular. Not just percentages but actual number of respondents.
  9. +1. Absolutely stunning and definitely one of, if not THE best painters at avsim. Bravo Zulu, Steve!
  10. I'm not sure what you are expecting, especially when you say Simbrief and PFPX are not complete. AFAIK these 2 are the best of all of the available planners.
  11. This question is valid for laptops, I am interested in following this thread.
  12. Well, the liveries may be old as in creation wise, but they still should work. I've been using them without issues in P3Dv4.3. If it does not work for you it is easy to remove, so why the fuss? Give it a try.
  13. A quick search of the AVSIM Library revealed several Delta liveries for the PMDG 777-300. They can be found in the FSX repaints section but should also work in P3D versions as well.
  14. If you sent it to the address in your post, no wonder. It is jdtllc, not jdtlc
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