glossopj Posted March 20, 2021 Share Posted March 20, 2021 My first reactions were the same. However, Microsoft has been delivering commercial software for many years now without including manuals, so to condemn them for doing it with this one is hardly fair. And not only Microsoft have been going this way - many commercial software products arrive with no manual, and no alternative available. From Microsoft; Windows 7, 8 and 10Office since about 2010Visio since about 2010Visual StudioAccess from other venders: Adobe Many (if not all) do not boast a manual Most commercial anti-virus manufacturers aShampoo the list goes on. So, I decided early on that I would purchase the SoFly manual, and TBH I've been most impressed with the scope and quality of their publication. And the number of updates, that have tended to match major released of the Sim - AT NO EXTRA COST. Does it cover absolutely everything? No, it doesn't, but it covers the items that are going to be of most interest to the average fan, and also for MOST of the aficionados, as well. As of today's date, it is in release 1.90, and contains 272 pages - well up from the original 120 pages. Is it worth while? Well, it certainly has been for me. The TOC from the latest version will give you a feel for what is in there. I trust that posting this is OK with SoFly. Otherwise, mods please trim this image out. Thank you. John Glossop Lapsed FSX scenery developer Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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