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  1. Please FS2Crew guys, make it ultra realistic. I absolutely loved your NGX Reboot and the level of complexity it has.It's phenomenal. please, is it possible to be able to talk to the ground staff only when you're holding a push to talk? I know there are limitation withing the simulator but if the above answer is yes, is it also possible to simulate the two-way push to talk switch? (shown as bellow):
  2. Hi, MarkDH. Thanks for you're response. And sorry for being late to post this, I had to wait until coming back from holiday. I'll post the actual images related to my problem and the previous one is not taken from my yoke (found It by googling) Above you can see the wires are labeled (both by Saitek and in the picture) and divided into 3 groups once they come out of the kit. And that's before being cut at the shaft. You see how deep and severe the problem is? The wires were glued together as they come out of the shaft and head to the kit. But by heating them carefully using the heat gun, I was able to melt the glue and separate each one of them individually. IMO Saitek's Intention by doing this was to protect(?) the out coming wires but It made the situation worse as wires were cut in groups thanks to the gluing! They could have used a more effective method rather than just pouring glue over them! Anyway, I started to gently pull the wires and realize that there's some extra clearance to pull the wires a bit more out of the shaft and have more slack. So the slack problem is solved but here's the tricky part. If you look at the first picture you'll notice that each of the 3 groups of wires has at least one repetitive color code in It. So each group having 1 yellow for example, and we'll end up having 3 cutted wires at the end of the shaft waiting to be connected to It's corresponding continue and there's no way you can differentiate these three wires as they look exactly the same. I didn't continue any further as I would have been risked burning all the electronics, ICs and etc. Guys , I want this loyal buddy back to business. So please help .
  3. Hi , everyone . I have a 3 years old Saitek Pro flight yoke . Currently some of the buttons on the yoke (including the timer and Its display) don't work and I realized that some of the wires comming out from the end of the shaft are cut . But some of them remained OK and probably that's why I have the Axis still working . The main issue is that as you can see in the image bellow, those wires are being cut from the base which makes It hard to work on them . Anyone has any ideas about this ? And BTW the black circular shape plastic in the image which is at the end of the shaft (#1) is very hard to remove I don't know if oppening It is the only way to get this fixed . Thanks. =)
  4. Thank you everyone specially Chris Boyce , who put the seal of approval on our thoughts by that image . I wonder how did you find it ?! Exactly . But we all know that the only series that is more likely going to be simulated by PMDG in a near future is the 200 ER
  5. :blink2: :Doh: Thank you , Kenzo .
  6. I'll keep them updated and hopefully fill the missing ones . already posted a thread on Yahoo Answers . From right to left : 1-United Airlines 2-All Nippon Airways(ANA) 3-TWA(Maybe,not quite sure) 4-Thai airways 5-British Airways (OldColour) 6-Lauda Airlines 7-Japan Airlines(JAL) 8-Blank 9-either It's Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight or more likely Emirates 10-ILFC 11-China southern 12-Countinental and there's the door , then after It: 1-JAS 2-Gulf Air (Maybe,not quite sure) 3-Transbrasil Airlines 4-Korean Air If someone tell us the below logos , then the problem is solved Pictures are taken from this Youtube video : Can anyone guess what airline is this , next to the Cathay ? It's the only one left.
  7. The images I posted Shows them in order . I know they're not clear but if you combine them with the ones below , that might help .
  8. Glad to hear that from you . I'm Looking forward to have EPR on my EICAS , and hear those roaring sound of Trent 800 . Come on PMDG ! By the way since you got pretty good information on this stuff , could you explain to me what is 1000 cycle ETOPS validation programme ? Here are some close pics on flags and etc . sorry for bad quality , these are by far the best pics of the flags I've ever seen . I Hope they help . "Working together" : Notice the "EXPERIMENTAL" :
  9. +1 Thank you so much . Unfortunately It doesn't have the company flags under the passenger windows Hi , great news ! Just a quick search , but don't forget about the details , specially the flags :
  10. LOL Hi,David . Yes , It sounds that way but actually one month later I'll become 19 ! I started learning about airplanes when I was very young . And even at that stage I made realism as my priority . Oh , and who forgets Rod Machado . "Pull back on the stick!" , he kept yelling at me .
  11. Hello I'm a user of both P3D V2 and X-Plane 10 . One of the many things that I liked about X-Plane 10 that I didn't find in FSX or P3D , is the way that the reverse throttles work . By default if you press Shift+ / , your throttle axis will be converted to a reverse axis . so you first Idle down , and then Shift+/ . then you'll have full control of the reversers . And that's kind of cool . I wonder if by using FSUIPC or any other ways , we can do something similar in P3D
  12. Hello , everyone ! I exactly remember my first days as a simmer , just like it was yesterday . My old Pentium 4 Dual core Laptop , FS2004 and the wonderful PSS 777 . And the FPS was never bellow 40 ! Anyway I was totally in love with my collection , and my favorite one was the ITVV's Cathay Pacific 777 . Oh , what a flight . Empty plane , part of the 1000 cycle ETOPS program to do some tests on it , and with Graeme Thompson on the left seat and of course , Capt.Suzanna Darcy on the right . It was great to see Graeme explaining all the systems , Fly By Wire and Flight Envelope Protection features of the triple 7 . And in the last after saying good-bye , there was this beautiful shots from the triple 7's maiden flight and mixed with this amazing song by Nik Martin. The paint on that aircraft , was exactly like the image bellow . So anyone saw this paint for PMDG 777 ? I'll be glad if some one did a repaint of this , cause it takes me back into those good old memories of mine .
  13. Hello , everyone ! I exactly remember my first days as a simmer , just like it was yesterday . My old Pentium 4 Dual core Laptop , FS2004 and the wonderful PSS 777 . And the FPS was never bellow 40 ! Anyway I was totally in love with my collection , and my favorite one was the ITVV's Cathay Pacific 777 . Oh , what a flight . Empty plane , part of the 1000 cycle ETOPS program to do some tests on it , and with Graeme Thompson on the left seat and of course , Capt.Suzanna Darcy on the right . It was great to see Graeme explaining all the systems , Fly By Wire and Flight Envelope Protection features of the triple 7 . And in the last after saying good-bye , there was this beautiful shots from the triple 7's maiden flight and mixed with this amazing song by Nik Martin. The paint on that aircraft , was exactly like the image bellow . So anyone saw this paint for PMDG 777 ? I'll be glad if some one did a repaint of this , cause it takes me back into those good old memories of mine .
  14. X-Plane and Boeing 757

    I think It's much better than triple7 and more complex of course . I'm quite satisfied with it . actually there is one : http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=26705
  15. X-Plane and Boeing 757

    Shame on you Flight Factor ! It's not worth 60 bucks of course . But the Pumper's modification were amazing , we should really thank him