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    Hi all !

    Just a few shots with the Beechcraft 1900D...















    Happy flying !

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    Nice!!

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    lookin good! is that xplane?
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    Hi all and thanks for the comments !

    Quote Originally Posted by wolf2 View Post
    lookin good! is that xplane?
    No this is free software distributed under the GPL license, called FlightGear Flight Simulator. It's my latest build from the GIT sources running on the 64-bit version of Ubuntu Linux.

    Here you can find one of the first pictures with the new water shader:
    http://wiki.flightgear.org/index.php...September_2010

    Happy flying !

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    Does that support Go Flight? I've got to know that before I download it....real curious....

    Looks Awesome!

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    Nice shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragtopjohnny View Post
    Does that support Go Flight? I've got to know that before I download it....real curious....
    Do you mean if GoFlight supports FlightGear ? I don't know.

    But I found this:
    http://www.mail-archive.com/flightge.../msg07161.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragtopjohnny View Post
    Does that support Go Flight?

    Flightgear supports any input you stick into your computer. All you have to do is read a short document,(we have thousands of wiki documents on http://wiki.flightgear.org/ all meant to make your experience better.) and you can quickly set up a binding for al your panels, displays, etc.(I have a basic UH-1 cockpit built up, and got my rudder pedals, stick, and other equipment set up in about an hour. But then again, even if you can' figure out how to get things set up, you can just go to out forum and seek support. )

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    Thanks for the infor Ghost-Rider and MdMax. May have to check this out after all.... I'm die hard FSX, but who knows....we'll see what the future brings....

    John Thuot II
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    Hey it actually looks quite good!

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