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Brian Sperduto

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  • Birthday 11/15/1990

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  1. HJG “October Fest 2020” Website Update HJG (Historic Jetliners Group) have pleasure announcing its 5th website update for 2020 this particular release being composed of some 97X files for its civil B707/B720, B727, B737, BAe 146/ARJ, DC-8, DC-9, DC-10 MD-80/90 and military C-135 TYPE flight lines (for FS2004 and FSX) and for the “FREE” FS fun'n'enjoyment of all whom desire to partake of it The “NEW” textures content of this latest HJG release represents yet another league of nations featuring operators from Afghanistan, Alaska, Canada, Chile, Egypt, the Federation of Micronesia, Fiji, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, New Zealand, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, Spain, the Sudan, Tunisia, the UK, the USA, Vanuatu, Western Samoa, and (former) Yugoslavia covering sked/non-sked PAX/freight type civil and military operators from the 1960's until recent times and among which an abundance of colourful classic as well as modern day definitive, interim/transitional, split identity and other hybrid type liveries are included. Also featured within this latest release are the first of HJG's new aircraft base packs for its military C-135 SERIES simulations (composed of new FDE's and some additional 3D models) and with further FDE development along with other enhancements for these as well as its virtual B707/720 and MD-80/90 flight lines (among other yet to be announced surprises too) slotted for release very soon also https://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/9817/135-modifications https://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/9822/b707-720-modifications https://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/9816/mad-dog-modifications For further information concerning these latest HJG offerings please refer to today's following-linked forum announcement https://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/9835/website-update-otober-15th-2020 HJG's located at the following web site address: www.simviation.com/hjg/
  2. All, the issue has been addressed. A security issue was found in the software used to display advertising. This unfortunately was able to inject code into users browsers for a few hours today. My deepest apologies to anyone impacted by this. Please be assured the AVSIM servers were not compromised and no user data was ever available. While this obviously unacceptable the software was completely isolated and nothing outside it was impacted. Thanks Brian
  3. What are you seeing? There doesn't appear to be anything wrong on our end
  4. Thanks Ron, it should be working again now, sorry for the issue Brian
  5. The issue you pointed out has been fixed, it was displaying the wrong count of found downloads.
  6. Let me reiterate something I said earlier. The total number of posts is exactly the same before and after the upgrade. The difference is post that were intentionally deleted a long time ago. An example is a forum that was completely removed along with all it's posts. Put simply nothing is missing
  7. Hi Steve, Hopefully this helps clear things up a bit for you. Post counts are stored as part of each individuals profile as a simple number attached to your records. Over the years this count is simply incremented each time a user makes a post. As part of the upgrade process the software vendor included a required step which recounted every single member's post count to match the number of posts which were visible and existed at the time of the upgrade. The reason why the vendor did this is unknown to us but it was not an optional step we could bypass. There are a few reasons why you may have less posts now than previously. Largest is any forum which existed previously but has been closed and deleted, all those posts have been removed and no longer counted. Another possibility is any topic which has been deleted individually, those posts would not have counted during the recount either. The last possibility which you raised was the possibility of posts being lost during the upgrade. I can assure you that was not the case. As part of the process we verified the total system post counts before and after the upgrade and they matched. All you are seeing now is where prior to the upgrade if you were to add up each member's post count and compare it to the total number of posts in the system you'd find the member's number greater; now you'll find they match. While we would have preferred a choice we were not given the option by the vendor's software and unfortunately it was something we had to go forward with regardless. I hope this clears everything up Brian
  8. Does anyone know if it is possible in an XML gauge to send something to a remote server using http or another method?
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