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X-Plane 10 - 64-bit - BFSG Server #2!
On the ground at SCTE with the GAs at the end of their fly-in on November 14.

No scenery installed for this area - so they all appear to be floating - and no model for the DC2/3 so, for some reason, they're all rendered as Airbus!
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Plan-G Version 2
« on: Wed, 24 Nov 2010, 19:21:11 »
This is an advance notice to inform you that Plan-G Version 2 is going to be available as from tomorrow, Thursday 25th November.

 And from the various sources that have imparted information on this new release, it is going to be mind blowing for most people as to what is seen and done in it. 

 Now then form an orderly queue behind me for the download ::) ;D.
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Re: Plan-G Version 2
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 25 Nov 2010, 21:12:36 »
Have now downloaded version 2  and all I can say is WOW, what an absolutely brilliant update over the older version. Now just got to figure out how it all works.

Tim Arnot has released version 2 of his popular freeware Plan-G flight planner. Version 2 includes a new airport viewer, instrument approaches, NOAA weather, KML/KMZ Overlay display, new native file format and much more. Based around Google Maps, Plan-G allows you to create flight plans for FSX and FS9, view airports, navaids and airspace, plus other points of interest, and even acts as a GPS, allowing you to plot your own progress as well as seeing nearby traffic.
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MYK  got the hang of this flying lark

'Beast'  i5-760 + 8Gb Ram + GTX460 1Gb = Two Widescreen TV

Acer  Core2 Duo e6400 + 6Gb Ram + Nvidia 9500GT 1Gb + 19in LCD