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    picts of XPlane 10b

    I made a little movie of the picts from november, enjoy:

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    Re: picts of XPlane 10b

    12 november picts:

    When once you have tasted flight,
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    Re: picts of XPlane 10b

    Scenery looks pretty spectacular but I'm thinking you will need to have the latest hardware to run it?
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    Re: picts of XPlane 10b

    Is this the new Sim City or are we getting a Flight Simulator? LOL I want accurate flight modeling, weather, and ATC Not suburban USA down to mail boxes. Just my .02

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    Re: picts of XPlane 10b

    I'm already impressed with the flight-model in X-Plane, http://x-plane.com/pg_Inside_X-Plane.html
    With version 10 comes a new ATC system
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    Re: picts of XPlane 10b

    I have never even looked at X-plane.
    Am I missing out on something?
    Allan.

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    Re: picts of XPlane 10b

    I want to love xplane but everytime I play with the demo I always revert back to MSFS.

    I find the whole xplane GUI very complex and it appears that the learning curve is much greater than MFS9 / FSX.

    I prefer the xplane graphics to MSFS and I also prefer the handling of the xplane C172 aircraft (although VERY sensitive).

    Its just not that easy to get to grips with for me.

    Id love to say that my sim is an X-plane sim and I very much want that, but there's something holding me back and Im not too sure what exactly.

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