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That's incredible! Very impressive, I assume that is your own 3D modelling of the engine?

<br /><br />Nope, a clever bit of object replacing using Peter Hager's A320 as a donor. Actually pretty easy to do, just had to adjust the position of the engines in a 3D editor (I use AC3D) to match the CFM ones, and make a few texture changes on the wing, and it looks perfect!
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More work on Toronto:     And testing YSSY stuff in 10.30:  

5cm/pix Orthophotos for the win....!

Updating NZCH for XP10.30

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Very impressive! Shows of the possibilities! 

 

Indeed it does! Surprisingly easy too actually, everything uses the same animation datarefs and such so other than a repositioning almost no modelling work was needed! I did something similar to the A330 and it was much more difficult...

 

Here's another shot with some clearer details :D

 

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Indeed it does! Surprisingly easy too actually, everything uses the same animation datarefs and such so other than a repositioning almost no modelling work was needed! I did something similar to the A330 and it was much more difficult...

 

Here's another shot with some clearer details :D

 

 

 

That shot's even better! Makes a lot more sense without the Neo wingtips!  ;)

 

This just makes me more disappointed that Jar haven't gone ahead and added the other engine options!

 

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That shot's even better! Makes a lot more sense without the Neo wingtips!  ;)

 

This just makes me more disappointed that Jar haven't gone ahead and added the other engine options!

 

 Well, technically sharklets are available for ceo A320s too ;)

 

But if it makes you feel better, this is freshly rolled-out from my workshop...

 

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After several flightless months, I've had some time to fly long haul over Thanksgiving. Quite a stress reliever to finally have time for X-Plane after such a while! 

 

Today's flight originated from New York JFK and destined to Amsterdam AMS, using the route operated by Delta Air Lines flight 48.

 

Sunrise over the Atlantic calls for some screenies

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Dawn over the Ocean

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​Significantly brighter outside now as we progress toward Amsterdam:

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Despite the challenging weather in Amsterdam this afternoon, heavy rain and crosswinds, still touched down on runway 22.

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(Quick note, I can't get outside the plane and set my wing views on the 757. On the 777, I moved out the doors in 3D view and set my views. Can anyone help me get outside the walls in the 757?  :P)

 

Thanks for reading and Happy Flying

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Can anyone help me get outside the walls in the 757?

 

I can't tell if you are serious with this request, but if you are serious just hit shift+8 on the keyboard.  That will take you outside where you can move around with the arrow keys and the < - > keys.  You can then set your quick-views.

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I can't tell if you are serious with this request, but if you are serious just hit shift+8 on the keyboard.  That will take you outside where you can move around with the arrow keys and the < - > keys.  You can then set your quick-views.

 No sir, I meant in 3D cockpit view, to move out of the walls and set a wing view just slightly outside the cabin. Of course I can literally get outside, otherwise I wouldn't be able to take those screenshots  :P

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