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Official In-Sim Previews - February, 2nd, 2012

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That's just insanely realistic looking!! Those little scratches and cracks on the instruments are really a nice touch.

Bravo!!!

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Goran, X-Plane 10 as of 10.04 B4 seems stable enough for development. I wouldn't hesitate on getting started with it. Almost everyone is gonna want the DC-3 for XP10 very soon, including myself.

-NR

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I wouldn't hesitate on getting started with it. Almost everyone is gonna want the DC-3 for XP10 very soon, including myself.

-NR

Me too. I only have XP10 and I plan on purchasing this aircraft for that platform only.

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You should notice screenshots on first page of this thread were take under XP10, and a plane that work for XP9 also work for XP9 no ? In order to waiting the " V10 Optimised "

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Clarification, guys:

The product is being produced in X-Plane 9. It works in both 9 and 10 without issue.

There are some object specific things (like special lighting) that can be done in 10 which at this time are not slated for the initial release, and Goran's main reference is about these items. These are simple things, and really don't detract from the product in 10.

So, to re-cap: This product will work in X-Plane 10 without issue, just as all products on our catalog already do.

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Spent the day flying it in XP10 and making flight model refinements.

Can confirm it flies beautifully. No problems whatsoever. Even the framerates (90fps) are more than acceptable with this latest update

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This is great news about XP10. I don't care if it's not "optimized" for it. If I can get in it and fly, then I'm good with that!

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I've a powerful computer, so it should run real well...

Anyway, in XP I always fly big, turbine, commercial jets, and occasionally a small, single engine propeller... but never an old, commercial, double-prop...

But your screen shots are making me rethink my options.... ;)

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I've a powerful computer, so it should run real well...

Anyway, in XP I always fly big, turbine, commercial jets, and occasionally a small, single engine propeller... but never an old, commercial, double-prop...

But your screen shots are making me rethink my options.... ;)

Once you've been hooked on one, you'll never go back. ;)

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if flying around wellington you might want to leave the small single and twin prop craft at home......trust me :)

However, if you want a challenge and want to see what happens when the wind blows then by all means go for a flight :)

Slainte,

Andy

NZCH

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