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    Talking Another new 737ng driver

    Hi Guys,

    Yet another 737 builder this time from Yorkshire in England. I've been planning my components for a while now but then an opportunity presented itself to go for the build 'big style' so all my plans went out of the window
    My new plan is now to get the TQ and Pedestal working but due to my purchase I dont quite know what interface cards I have
    Anyone with Symulatory experience please help
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    Mike

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    Well, Mike.

    I am sure you have heard the tale.. Go big or go home.. Thats a good model buddy. Glad to see you. Can't wait to see the progress of the opportunity that presented itself. Many users here have been using the Simulatory equipment. Many are very happy with it, and their level of support is good.

    Looking forward to seeing your pictures. Please feel free to post in the gallery and ask questions. Once I figure out your English accent in your typing I will be good to go....

    Welcome to the community.

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    Trouble is, even others in the UK have trouble understanding the Yorkshire dialect....
    I've a few photos lined up ready to upload - just need to work out how to adjust the image to get them to meet the criteria - what does anyone use to edit to get them to fit the 800x600 criteria? I tried 'paint' and they just ended up with a large border around the smaller image...
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    I use the photo editor that comes with Microsoft Office, click on resize and put the 800X600 size in, and away it goes.

    Can't wait to see it.

    Trev
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    Aye up lad, I'll translate fer yanks if they get stuck!

    Am an Aussie now but wer born int Halifax and still ave family there int Illingworth. Came ere when as 9 in '69. Am buildin a 737NG miself annits nobbut great fun. Evry one ere ill elp yer, yill see!

    Gwyn

    737NG using Prosim737, Immersive Calibration Pro, Aerosim Solutions motorized TQ & cockpit hardware, CP Flight MCP & FDS SYS1X, SYS2X & SYS4X, FDS PRO FMCs, AFDS units & Glarewings, Matrix Orbital ELEC display, Pokeys Landing & Cruise alt display, Buttkicker Gamers, 3 x BenqMW811ST projectors with a Matrox Th2Go
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    ROFL, That is almost as bad a cockney rhyming.

    Nice one Gwyn....
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    I just spoke to my boss Trevor and he said it's ok to go into work to use the lathe so I'll be making the handles and pivot bush in a couple of hours. Even I'm getting excited about seeing it them finished now.

    Gwyn,
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    Gwyn....

    You have no idea... I am so stoked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westozy View Post
    Aye up lad, I'll translate fer yanks if they get stuck!

    Am an Aussie now but wer born int Halifax and still ave family there int Illingworth. Came ere when as 9 in '69. Am buildin a 737NG miself annits nobbut great fun. Evry one ere ill elp yer, yill see!

    Gwyn
    Makes perfect sense to me
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