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  1. Watched this video that Roman posted the other day. Haven't had a chance to play around with it yet. I want to try restricting MSFS related apps/utilities such as spad.next, simshaker, littlenavmap, etc, to the E-Cores.
  2. The paradigm has shifted, XP needs to form a relationship with Google if it wants to survive in this sector. Just imo.
  3. I use FTSim+ WWise sound packs for many of my aircraft, in including the 787. The 78 has different engine options, I'm running the Rolls Royce Trent 1000's. To obtain access you have to join FTSim as a patreon for one month, then you can download whatever you need. After the month has concluded, you can cancel your subscription. I don't recall precisely, but it was either $2 USD or $5 USD per month. I love the 208b sound pack. The KingAir soundpack is awesome. And I like the sounds of the Trent 1000. https://www.ftsimplus.com/msfs2020.html Worth joining for a month, imo.
  4. Milford Sound is awesome, imo. https://flightsim.to/file/2533/milford-sound-airport-nzmf-new-zealand-v1-0 https://umap.openstreetmap.de/en/map/microsoft-flight-simulator-2020-scenery-map_7486#8/-44.545/171.508
  5. NZA Simulations does some incredible work. https://nzasimulations.com/ They started out with half a dozen freeware airports, then their discord community started asking for a way to support them, so NZA created a few payware airports to give back to the people who wanted to contribute.
  6. If I'm flying it's either a multiplayer event, or I'm using NeoFly to find missions in the direction I want to explore. I like the banner tow, firefighting, EMS, search and rescue, VIP, sky diving, and bush missions. Definitely worth it to me.
  7. I bought the FSDT version, and the terminal buildings look nice. Originally posted by styckx, https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/599065-is-orbx-landmarks-parislondon-even-worth-it-now/page/2/
  8. Last I checked, MSFS had around 39000 airports. You can discover this yourself, by running https://github.com/albar965/navdatareader
  9. I bought the version for my home region. It was cheap enough, so I thought why not. He also has a cheap package that excludes trees on railway beds for north america. Haven't really evaluated them yet though. Bijan added some birds near NYC with one of his last seasons updates, but I think he pulled them.
  10. The config files are open. Here's the turboprop engine variables, One interesting thing, is that the Porter engine config file mentions the 208b in several locations.
  11. Can someone tell me what the max range of the MilViz Porter is, with and without tanks. All versions of the Asobo Porter have the same 450nm range.
  12. I suggest that you delete or uninstall the XE mod which you have installed, and then use this downloader to install the Heavy Division mod. https://flightsim.to/file/15569/msfs-community-downloader
  13. Quote, @everyone New version of We Love VFR - Region 2 is available! v. 0.5.1 Few data corrections and many bug fixes this time, so nothing major. Totally reworked exclusion system. Reworked airport detection and verified over 4000 objects near airports for better precision and to avoid sneaky antennas just before the threshold wink Oh and for those few people with fps issues related to the smoke effects, there is a "no effects" version available. PS: Region 1 should go to testing this week. https://flightsim.to/file/16674/we-love-vfr-region-2
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