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    Smile Newbie

    Hi Guys,
    I have just registered with MyCockpit and would like to introduce myself. I am one of 'Mutley's Hangar' moderators and Reviewers. I am building a Flight Panel loosley based on a Cessna 172. I am here to pick your brains (hopefully) and I will post some photo's of my panel as it is at the moment, shortly.
    I have used mostly Saitek instruments for my panel but I am now progressing onto using Opencockpits master card and expansion card to enhance my simulator.
    I am looking forward to having the craic with you all.
    Cheers for now
    Kindest Regards

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    Re: Newbie

    Hi and Welcome!

    I am the moderator of the GA forum and the General Building forum and its great to have you here!

    I am building the Cessna 152 using Leo Bodnar cards and X-Plane 9! If there is any help required, please give us a shout and please do post pics in the GA forum!

    All the best to you,

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    Re: Newbie

    Is the "craic" another of your Limey terms? If so do you have a translation for us colonists?
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    Re: Newbie

    AKM.....

    Craic is Irish so I believe, Ive heard it a lot, It can mean 'having a crack with you' which means having a laugh or having fun with you.

    Hope this helps,

    Alex
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    Re: Newbie

    Welcome to the forum, if you need any help feel free to ask!

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    Re: Newbie

    Thanks for the translation, and welcome aboard cessna57!

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    Re: Newbie

    Hi Guys,
    Thanks for your welcoming salvo's, much appreciated.
    Thanks to Alex for replying regarding 'craic'.
    As I live in the Highlands of Scotland we also use the term to find out what is happening.
    i.e. 'What's the craic' or 'How's the craic'. The word derives from the Gaelic culture mainly used in Ireland but is used also in Scotland.
    I look forward to enjoying the craic here.
    Regards