ViperPilot

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About ViperPilot

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    Freeware Evangelist
  • Birthday 02/08/1963

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    KAPA, KLMO, 35CO... Denver, CO USA

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About Me

  • About Me
    Long time simmer, using FS9 to learn more about Aviation History and to get a feel for what it was like back in the Golden Years of Aviation.

    For the most part though... I'm no one of any significance or importance.
  1. ViperPilot

    Drzewiecki Design set to snub FS9

    As long as the Membership continues to reveal all of the FS9 'Easter Eggs' that are still out there waiting to be discovered, then we're in good shape. Every day someone out there introduces us to a 'new' Scenery (at least to me) that works well, has loads of Features, and isn't a resource hog... Alan :smile:
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    OK - I guess she's a keeper...

    Scott, I would like that Climb/Cruise/Descent .pdf as well, if that's all right... it'll make a very good Worksheet to use while I'm learning how to Pilot these birds! Alan :smile:
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    Don't let this happen to you!

    "Friends won't let friends fly... FRONTIER". :mad:
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    RIP Princess Leia

    :Broken Heart:
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    Don't let this happen to you!

    Oooh... an 'Airline Mishap' Page... looks like interesting reading! Alan
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    My best "Jet" Impression

    Now you've gone and done it, Baldy! The Saratoga SP has been wheeled back into the Hangar. Turbo equipped to carry more Pop, Chips and various Meats...
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    RIP Princess Leia

    Rest In Peace, General Organa. The Force will be with you... always.
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    I Want to Kick FSX in the Teeth

    I just like reading Paul's Travelogues! :smile:
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    My best "Jet" Impression

    YEE HAW! Nice climb, Ryan! And, a very pretty screenshot to boot! Cherokee Six -- Low Wing Pickup Truck. Very good for Pop & Chip runs. Alan :smile:
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    Merry Christmas FS9ers!

    Happy Holidays to you as well, Harald... and to the rest of the Niners, wherever you are! Eat, Drink (or whatever) in Moderation, and Be Safe if you're Traveling! Alan
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    777 Nearly Slams into Mt Wilson after LAX takeoff

    Matthew, East of the Mississippi, "coffee" is brown colored Water with a slight hint of artificial Coffee flavoring. You want real Coffee? Here's how you can tell the difference: -- Stand something straight up in the Coffee pot (utensil, steel rod, horseshoe, etc.) -- If it doesn't fall over, it's 'real' Coffee! LOL Alan Best part of the ATC call... "EVA Air, what are YOU doing?"
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    Carenado C206 Stationair problem

    EUREKA! Thanks, Graeme & Dijvid! I thought it might have been some convoluted, major Process to make it work! I will try that, and see how it works! Cheers! Alan
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    Carenado C206 Stationair problem

    OK. You're gonna love this, but... this Effect is the Start effect, right? Where you start the Mill, and that 'puff' of exhaust comes out when the Mill catches? BTW... I re-opened my Original .exe to a Temp Folder, and the Effect isn't there. So, if you found another Effect form a different Airplane and got it to work... how did 'ya do it, Dijvid? Alan
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    OK - I guess she's a keeper...

    Nice acquisition, Scott! Um... I got their C-182K. You know, the one that was 'flown very hard, and put away wet'? Hey, what can I say; it was FREE! Alan
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    All Carenado FS9 products 80% off

    Thanks for the Replies, Scott & Dijvid! Scott -- Although I'm an unrepentant, non-recovering Gauge addict, I don't think I'd be changing Gauges on the 310; one of the things that attracts me to the 310 is the abundance of 'steam' Gauges she's equipped with, as with any airplane of this vintage. It's nice to know there's options, though. Dijvid -- Isn't that always the case? What works for some may not work for others; it's all about personal preference, and that's the important thing! I think I'm going to give the 310 a try... it looks like a beautiful airplane. Alan :smile: