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  1. Got it done. New 34 in monitor with too much field of view. Now when you open maintenance, the actions are lined up with the corrections.
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  2. A cushion is often a very simple model, with the shape of a box with rounded corners. It takes maximum 5 minutes to model that in Blender. The problem is that it doesn't look right, the result always looks fake and stiff. This is dued mainly to the lack of wrinkles that are very difficult to model or sculpt by hand. But the good news is that Blender has a strong community that loves to share. After some research, I've found that the best and easiest method (so far) to make a cushion, with believable wrinkles, is the one described by this guy in his "Couch Tutorial" serie:
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  3. Very much, just set the ignition knob to GRD and add fuel, she’ll come alive in no time
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  4. I'm sure more than a few people were inclined to help you until they read this irrelevant line, among others. Being personally frustrated with one's software purchase due to technical issues is understandable. We've all been there. Yet judging from your diatribe, your behavior is the very embodiment of those you proclaim to abhor. Perhaps a little self-reflection is in order? Best of luck to you.
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  5. Look at this rabbit hole we fell into.... wow!
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  6. In what reality would you expect this to get a pleasant, respectful and courteous response?? This was the very first line of your very first post in this thread. Absolutely no one will roll over to this.
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  7. I don't know the relevancy of you being a pilot is, but since you made it a topic of discussion, the FAA seems to think you're not. I guess we can discuss that if you really want. Oh, I don't know. It probably goes along the lines of being a respectable human seeking help from users and developers instead of making a spectacle of yourself. Should we try this again?
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  8. I was wondering if it would be possible to get a Sands 737? Sands is one of the last 737 classic operators in the states and uses the 737 in worldwide operations.
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  9. Well, congratulations, Cameron. You've discovered my secret. I fly with a CFI because of a rare and incurable medical condition I have plus being a disabled vet. The FAA won't give me a certificate, and rightly so, but in the course of my life I have been privileged to learn how to fly a couple small planes, so, lacking the official credential, I still consider myself modestly qualified in a very small way. I can easily aviate, navigate, communicate and land the plane if the old fellow in the right seat passes away while aloft. So now, like at MAGAt rallies, you can raise aloft my scalp with a
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  10. Hey, great job. Following instructions - and I’m a pilot IRL also - can't get your SR22 to turn over. Oh yes, great job. Fifty five bucks for what? Using Saitek TPM, switch panel, T16000 stick (alpha yoke also available) and trying to use RealSimGear, too, but that's hopeless. What's the secret, except for calling oneself a sim company and making money off customers? Is this the best you can do? I followed instructions, primed appropriately, did it all by the numbers. Your plane just sits there. Fifty five bucks, folks.
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