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    Quote Originally Posted by mrzippy View Post
    Nap?? We're not paying you the "Big Bucks" to take naps! Oh, wait....my turn! Snore......snx...snx! I guess I fell asleep too!
    LOL, Mr. Zippy.............. .......... ............ Oh, sorry, fell asleep again. Now that I'm somewhat awake. I'll install the plane & go for a flight.

    NOTE: She fly's like a 744 for sure. Brick
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    Wait! I thought it was the F-4 Phantom II that was the 'brick'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by llivaudais View Post
    Wait! I thought it was the F-4 Phantom II that was the 'brick'?

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    Speaking of which, Lloyd....Simworks is offering a free payware Phantom II.

    https://secure.simmarket.com/simwork...-fsx-p3d.phtml
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    Why are you bothering with the FS9 model when you could have an FSX native model KLM Boeing 747-406M Combi painted by me, the complete aircraft is available in the library, search for klm_nc_posky_b747-400m.zip, it also includes the default 747-400 VC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAULCRAIG View Post
    Why are you bothering with the FS9 model when you could have an FSX native model KLM Boeing 747-406M Combi painted by me, the complete aircraft is available in the library, search for klm_nc_posky_b747-400m.zip, it also includes the default 747-400 VC.
    Hi Paul I went and downloaded the file Name: klm_nc_posky_b747-400m.zip
    Size: 13,762,100 Date: 10-14-2015 After unzipping it had 6 file folders (Boeing 747 check files, Boeing 747 ref files, Model.M.GE, Panel, Sound, and Texture.KLM.

    The text document with install says "Install:
    Just unzip the file and send the Aircrafts folder to the FS2004 AIRCRAFT FOLDER.
    The contents of the "747-effects" folder needs to be copied into the main EFFECTS folder."

    There is no Effects Folder do I need it?

    The install works and the KLM shows up. Thank you for your help Paul much appreciated.
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    You need to read the INSTALLATION Readme and not the POSKY readme!

    Installation:
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    Unzip downloaded files to a temporary folder

    Copy & paste the "Posky Boeing 747-400M GE V4" folder into your FSX Airplanes folder located by default as below:

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    OS (C)/Program Files(x86)/Microsoft Games/Microsoft Flight Simulator X/SimObjects/Airplanes
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrzippy View Post
    You need to read the INSTALLATION Readme and not the POSKY readme!

    Installation:
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    Unzip downloaded files to a temporary folder

    Copy & paste the "Posky Boeing 747-400M GE V4" folder into your FSX Airplanes folder located by default as below:

    FSX

    OS (C)/Program Files(x86)/Microsoft Games/Microsoft Flight Simulator X/SimObjects/Airplanes
    I did read that folder and the other. Like I said it works and there is no Effects folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prostock View Post
    LOL, Mr. Zippy.............. .......... ............ Oh, sorry, fell asleep again. Now that I'm somewhat awake. I'll install the plane & go for a flight.

    NOTE: She fly's like a 744 for sure. Brick
    Hey Prostock got one that works in FSX from Paul Craig " klm_nc_posky_b747-400m.zip"

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    G'day Mr Zippy, Thanks for the heads up on the free Phantom II on SimMarket. I did a search using "Phantom II" on there site and 7 different Phantom II's showed up but none were free?. Best wishes, Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by gippslandblanik1 View Post
    G'day Mr Zippy, Thanks for the heads up on the free Phantom II on SimMarket. I did a search using "Phantom II" on there site and 7 different Phantom II's showed up but none were free?. Best wishes, Max
    I see they changed it! Maybe only on April 12th. A one day freebie??
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