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CrashGordon Chief Captain

I wanted to go low ans slow around the area, so I used the Cessna. Remember, the scenery is set to low, so don't be disappointed by that. One thing that can't be shown here...the AI sounds are incredible!

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Thanks a lot Crash...They have done a better job for LGRD Laughing ...More C-130 missions from there Wink

What happens with the B-737 (if i see well)in the last shot Question Laughing

BTW...Did you install any add-ons to FSX?C-130???

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Greekman72 wrote:

Thanks a lot Crash...They have done a better job for LGRD Laughing ...More C-130 missions from there Wink

What happens with the B-737 (if i see well)in the last shot Question Laughing

BTW...Did you install any add-ons to FSX?C-130???

Actually, if you look closely, the 737 is in tha last 4 shots. It is quite noisy flying by at that distance. Laughing

At a small airport like LGRP, I did not notice a performance hit with AI aircraft traffic set at 100%. After lunch, I will try a big airport. Shocked

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Karlw Chief Captain

hey crashgordan can you please post some 737-200 photos and some of its virtual cockpits shots thanks again Very Happy

oh ya and great pictures I want fsx now

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

Just to show what changing a few settings can do. I set autogen to zip and increased the mesh to 39m and graphics quality to minimal. Now, the ground looks better as does the terrain, ingeneral. The only problem is that the taxiways turned white. Shocked

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Just for fun!

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Dave Copeland (davec) Captain

The a/c in your first series of shots - as a matter of interest, is that the default paint? ......or is it rust? .....or has something been spilt on it Laughing

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FSX allows you to adjust a slider that controls th elevel of detail that the a/c is displayed at. I suppose that might make sense if you want your a/c to look like it flew through a sand storm. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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