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    bbrady Guest

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    Is it possible to upgrade from fs4 to fs5?
    if it is could someone direct me where to go...
    thanks ,
    bill b.

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    lewisds Guest

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    Since new FS5 non-fsfs planes are fairly rare, I thought it was worth
    announcing my latest. It's a Wallis autogyro, converted / adapted from
    Ian Standfast's beautiful Little Nellie (Fslight Shop) model.
    I posted it to flight-sim.iup.edu today, so it should reach this site over
    the weekend. And since it's nearly Easter, there may even be an easter egg
    in it... Happy flying !
    David Lewis, Portsmouth, England.

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    crash50 Guest

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    Hi people,
    I am wondering if anyone could give me FSFS? I am sure i have something
    that you might want for trade.
    Thanks,
    Jacek
    [email protected]

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    dmiller2 Guest

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    I was wondering, I have a 486/33 and I was thinking about puchising FS for
    win95 and I was wonder how the frame rate is at High Res. with all aircraft
    options on (except shadows) and sparce Dynamic senery and Complexity. And is
    the frame rate worth $54 Canadian?

    Dwayne Miller
    [email protected]


    Sorry About my spelling

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    barrymak1 Guest

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    I was wondering, I have a 486/33 and I was thinking about puchising FS for
    win95 and I was wonder how the frame rate is at High Res. with all aircraft
    options on (except shadows) and sparce Dynamic senery and Complexity. And is
    the frame rate worth $54 Canadian?

    Dwayne Miller
    [email protected]


    Sorry About my spelling
    no way Dwayne. the frame rate is about 2 when everything is turned off except
    for the textures on the plane and the textures on the buildings. I would not
    buy it right now until you have a Pentium or higher or a very fast 486. I
    don't usually fly now with the bad frame rates in FS95.

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    san100 Guest

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    When i fly across the atlantic i have to travel more then 2000 miles before i
    come in contact with a VOR in America. Even though i am on autopilot and on
    the correct heading, i still find myself about 100-150 miles off target. Any
    ideas on making trans-atlantic flights easier?

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    judge Guest

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    When i fly across the atlantic i have to travel more then 2000 miles before i
    come in contact with a VOR in America. Even though i am on autopilot and on
    the correct heading, i still find myself about 100-150 miles off target. Any
    ideas on making trans-atlantic flights easier?
    Download Alfred Bomanns navigation adventure (NAV26.zip). Just enter the
    lat-lon coordinates of your destination and the autopilot will take you right
    there.

    Noel

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    drquest Guest

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    When i fly across the atlantic i have to travel more then 2000 miles before i
    come in contact with a VOR in America. Even though i am on autopilot and on
    the correct heading, i still find myself about 100-150 miles off target. Any
    ideas on making trans-atlantic flights easier?
    from drquest
    heres some advice....
    I listen to air craft comming acsross the atlantic on my shortwave radio..
    Gander New Foundland dispatch is on 5.598 mhz SSB...
    the aircraft flying from europe call in about every 15 minutes with a
    latitude and longitude and hight...
    example.....klm 4350 at 41.35 north 68.50 west expect 42.35 north
    69.50 west at 22:00 hours maintaining 20....over

    I think pulling out a map and planning your route via lats and longs
    might make your trip more easy.....I will note I found that the flight sim
    lats and longs are not exact to the real world...
    example if i use the new bedford ,ma lat and long in the real world
    to find the airport fs puts me out in the atlantic ocean about a mile off the
    coast
    .....just so advice from drquest

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    san100 Guest

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    Does anyone have any scenery for china, argentina or southern africa which are
    not too big? (less then 1mb)

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    enged Guest

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    Does anyone have any scenery for china, argentina or southern africa which are
    not too big? (less then 1mb)
    Go to the Search Files function here at Flightsim.Com. You can
    see whether the available sceneries match your wants.
    -- Dennis S, [email protected]

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