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Spencer Yackee

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About Spencer Yackee

  • Birthday 07/03/1991

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  1. I had a similar problem with my wheels "sinking" into the terrain. I fixed it by ensuring that the airport scenery (VHHH) sits in a higher priority than the VHHH-TERRAIN folder. Like this
  2. I'd be willing to bet that if there has been an issue, it relates to the new website; it seemed that the 747-9i herself was ready to go. Launching a new website alongside a new product sounds like a good idea in theory, but launching a new, untried website during a time when you'll experience some of the highest volumes of traffic and orders.. .probably not a bulletproof idea.
  3. Robert said last night in this thread "Check tomorrow morning." Willing to bet there's been an issue.
  4. "Release is expected- but not guaranteed" Come on, I can't take back calling off work
  5. Wow! Interesting to get some insight on the topic. Seems that experience in developing these simulations goes far beyond simply coding work... Had no idea that expenses would look like that for data. Well, I'll be sure to do my part in making sure PMDG sees a return on their investments.
  6. What. I'm sure how much it costs to develop these simulations is a closely guarded trade secret, but the cost of that data alone... My goodness...
  7. Oh... oh my.. I feel like I'm developing a.... sudden illness that will keep me from going to work this Friday and Saturday...
  8. Whatever route you plan on flying, I wouldn't be quick to say the type will be "748"
  9. As much as I really really really want it to happen this weekend, throw me on board the "I don't think so" train. I would love to be proven wrong.
  10. Hope this isn't the case. The 777 holds a near and dear place in my heart. Haven't been flying it since I switched to P3D. If some of these effects were ported to the 777, I'd totally buy it for P3D and be flying it again. Fear it may happen though.
  11. I don't entirely agree with him that the "777 is being left behind," but from a consumer perspective I can see why he may think that. Personally, between the 747-400 and the 777, I'd rather be flying the 777. But, I've been spending all of my time in the 747 because it's simply more immersive. Tons of small details were added to the 74 like better turbulence, bumps while taxiing, PNF callouts for airspeed alive and positive rate, etc.. small immersion items. All things that I'm sure may be ported over to the T7 in due time.
  12. But the real question is... will we be hearing this noise in the 747-8? https://www.dropbox.com/s/im5p8gzkz9cxxyb/PMDG_777_Chime.wav I absolutely fell in love with that little noise in the 777. Sad I haven't heard it in a while because of all the 747-400 flying.
  13. Absolutely giddy with excitement for the 8. It combines all of my favorite features of the newer Boeings with the nobility and grace of the Queen. I honestly may not buy this plane, for I fear it will render the rest in my virtual fleet hangar furniture... I seriously don't think I will fly anything else in P3D again.
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