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LewisBloom

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  1. Awesome, thank you So it looks like I'll be able to do the morning school run and then leave to head to Duxford around 8:45ish, get to Duxford around 10:45ish depending on traffic.
  2. Sorry I am a little late posting this but A2A Simulations have some jobs up; LINK TO SOURCE: http://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=61303
  3. dates are off in Edsons post? Whens Duxford, need to check I can go as that's what I'm looking forward to the most!
  4. I've had this come up a few times in recent months and my advice is going to ruffle some old guard feathers but its there. Not aimed at anyone just a vent haha Personally, Advice is simply this, if you are buying a new multi-core PC with GPU and running modern software, why do you need to go the complex route of off-loading like pre multi-core days compared to just going the easier slightly less complex route of configuring correctly and setting up a modern single system? Years gone by the network route was great but hardware and software has moved on quite a bit since then, enough to essentially make almost all the pros of doing such a setup now non-existent or at least on a par with a single system whilst requiring a shed load more energy and potential troubleshooting when it all goes balls up. This stuff tends to be a grind my gears situation (Wheres N00dle) because its similar to the mythical annoying stuff that floated around fs land in which peiople where installing the sim outside of the default location to try to avoid issues rather than simply understand windows folder options and correctly click a couple clicks ot set the sim up correctly in its default position whilst also understanding a little more about ones own computer and its operation. *insert grindy teeth sound here* Ignore everything ive said if you are gonna stream, and want a stream pc, but otherwise for fs alone the energy can be better spent making sure the single system is the best it can be and the system is setup correctly, plenty of cores, memory and GPU can in 2017 serve better than a couple mid range or lower systems hacked and slashed together to try to perform as good as one top end computer.
  5. I'll be present but for Cosford I need to meet more people that I have time for so I can for sure say hello and try to hang out as best I can between work. Edson mentioned Duxford visit to me on Discord. If so give us a date please as I can try and book that day so I can spend some proper time annoying you numpties with a day at Duxford. cheers, Lewis
  6. xplane X Plane 11 737 mod ?

    As a total XP newbie, can you link me and let us know any helpful hints and tips on installation and or use? cheers, Lewis
  7. On Approach this week a 737 mod for the default xp 737 was mentioned as a bit of a one off. Whats the deal here and is it XP11 compatible etc? thanks, Lewis
  8. All on the A2A Store now and sent out to third party vendors today. Free updates to the A2A P3D fleet; Accu-sim C172 Trainer Accu-sim C182 Skylane Accu-sim Cherokee 180 Accu-sim Comanche 250 Accu-sim T-6 Texan http://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=115&t=60025 Check out the moveable lamps in the T-6 cockpit and the added lamp to the Comanche cabin. thanks, Lewis
  9. A2A Store users can now log in and download the C172 with the updated P3Dv4 C172. thanks, Lewis
  10. We are happy to provide brand new native, 64-bit Prepar3D Version 4 Accu-Sim airplanes to existing A2A Prepar3D Version 3 customers starting on the day of P3Dv4 release, May 30th, 2017. On the May 30th release date, customers who purchased the Accu-Sim Prepar3D C172 trainer from A2A will be able to visit our store (www.a2asimulations.com/store) and download the new 64-bit version of our Accu-Sim C172 Trainer for Prepar3Dv4. More versions of our existing fleet of Prepar3D aircraft will be released in the following days, including the Piper “Cherokee,” C182 “Skylane,” Piper “Comanche 250,” North American T-6 “Texan,” and the Lockheed Martin “Constellation.” As new A2A Prepar3Dv4 aircraft are released, they will also be sent to our other distribution partners. Lastly, we are very pleased with the performance and overall results of the new native Prepar3D v4 system. A lot of effort has been put into these new 64-bit Prepar3Dv4 Accu-Sim aircraft, and we are pleased to offer these upgrades complimentary to our existing customers. Lockheed Martin Prepar3D Version 4 press release: http://www.prepar3d.com/latest-news/ http://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=59749
  11. Another audio interview coming out of german fs conference this time Aerofly fs2; https://pcflight.net/aerofly-fs2-interview-need-know-get-started/
  12. FSW live stream and Q&A from Dovetail today at 1800UK time
  13. Same place as the dovetail one saw this so thought i'd post it too; https://pcflight.net/aerosoft-interview-airbus-licensing-crj-a330/
  14. Unfortunately Audio only but worth a listen; SOURCE: https://pcflight.net/dovetail-games-interview-flight-sim-world-flight-school/
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