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  1. Ooppss. Anyway addressing everyone else, I'm thinking of trying a tubeliner. Given that I limit myself to using a joystick only which one should I try: airbus or boeing. Thank you.
  2. I haven't used a yoke, have no plans to ever use one, and would like to keep it simple by simply continuing to use Logitech 3D pro. For this joystick, may I suggest use of FSUIPC? FSUIPC can double the number of usable buttons on the Logitech 3D Pro. Back to the topic. If the goal is to just use a joystick which tubeliner would be more suitable: airbus or boeing? Thank you.
  3. ... you're into flight simulators and not into building models as a hobby and crazy enough to own THESE. Or WORSE to actually build them!
  4. @Pete F an excellent choice. Big bang for the buck. If you need a PC link cable grab this in amazon: Amazon.com: Syntech Link Cable 16 FT Compatible with Meta/Oculus Quest 3, Quest2/Pro/Pico4 Accessories and PC/Steam VR, High Speed PC Data Transfer, USB 3.0 to USB C Cable for VR Headset : Electronics It's on sale now for U$17. An Amazon Choice. And another amazing value. Compare that to Meta's version selling for $80. I'm getting 2.1+ Gb bandwidth on a PC hardwired to the router two rooms away (about 30 ft). The feeling of crampness in GA planes and the ability to lean over is one of those nuances that make VR as realistic as it gets.
  5. Looks like Little Navmap can export flight plans to the GNS. Is there another source for aircraft performance profiles for P3D? The one at the Little Navmap website has only a few available. Thank you.
  6. Yes. Found it and fixed. Thank you! I can tolerate faulty messages, but when it pauses the sim a second or two after touchdown... that's not good.
  7. The only time I bought pre-order was for an "early release" version of a software. And it was on sale for 25% off.... And the sale price was only for $29... peanuts really.... but, on the other hand, it's been on early release for 2 years now. Much to their credit the devs have weekly updates... but it's a double edged sword. On one hand, the games is actively being developed and alive. But on the other hand, who wants to play a game which updates weekly running for two years and counting....?? If you're wondering what that game is, check it out, it's as realistic as it gets for the game type: (41) WARNO 'Warning Order' - Official Reveal Trailer - YouTube
  8. Infinity is just human concept. eg. 1.1, 1.01, 1.001, 1.0001 ... etc to infinity. So, if it can go on forever, why is there a number 2??
  9. It pops up every time. I crash and it says buttery smooth landing.
  10. I use it very reliably at 2.1-2.5 Gbps speeds with a $17 compatible cable (Syntech brand) I bought at Amazon.
  11. Change coming: California Passes Right to Repair… | Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. (reinhartlaw.com)
  12. For system depth, acquire Xtreme Prototypes and release some study-level planes with 300+ page manuals: XP Gates Learjet 25 SE v3.0 Manual (xtremeprototypes.com).
  13. Yup, totally agree. Meta recently released a new version, Quest 3, which at about $600 is very competitive with Apple's Vision Pro at about $3500.
  14. How do I add comments or comment-out a line in the cameras.cfg line? @Luis Hernandez There's a bunch of line entries for "InitialZoom=0.30 in the C:\Users\admin\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\cameras.cfg file. Do I change them all to .60?
  15. How is that setting different from another advise I've been given (which doesn't seem to work): C:\Users\**YOUR USERNAME***\AppData\Local\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D vx\Prepar3D_Default.fxml
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