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    Nels, I prefer my word to what you changed it to, "users". It captured the irritation engendered by a repetitive lack of response to pleas for feedback information. Which certainly has an effect, in that I find that I have no new project in mind.

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    I for one really appreciate all the work freeware developers do, it is absolute magic, way, way beyond my computer abilities! In the early years of my FS experience I was to much in awe and humbled to make any comments. It actually took me a while to figure out how to navigate FS stuff on my PC let alone make comments. I would think the number of downloads a developer gets for there work would provide a lot of positive feedback. I have been a private pilot for 49 years and the opportunity to fly unusual or special aircraft that appeal to each one of us is possible in this hobby which may not be otherwise possible in reality. Thank you very much to all the Flight Sim developers!!!

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    by any chance do you know good A320NEO for fsx? all A320NEOs i keep finding are A320s with CFM engines and sharklets

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    In my opinion there is no such thing as bad feedback!

    Having made a few freeware airports any feedback is good feedback, and you're right!
    In the 10 years I have been making freeware scenery I can count on one hand the amount of replies I have received good and bad!
    Do it right first and every time!
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    For anyone who may be losing interest in MSFS-- I began using MSFS about a year after the 1st simulator was sold and I have been a year or so behind every new simulator. I never had the patience to fly long trips with heavy jets in real time but doing takeoffs and landings (set up using slew and then saving the flight) will keep you challenged if you use a busy airport with traffic. Over 20 years my wife and I have done 20 cruises and it is nice to take one of my favorite planes and revisit some of the favorite locations or even visit a place we would perhaps like to go. Autopilot use is great when you are busy but actually trying to fly with wind and weather and without autopilot presents a challenge. Night time flying using instruments is always a challenge. I would suggest doing the same flight in day time a few times first. At 75 I still do editing panels, aircraft.cfg, and make numerous short flights to favorite places. Through the years I had periods of time where I was not using MSFS daily. I never felt comfortable flying using the internet but I do think that would be fun. When I was using FS2004 I designed airports and AI flights and both are a lot of fun. I just never got back into that with FSX.

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