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About JBalsa

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  1. Gah! I've mistaken left and right once again! > Bottom right of the photo was what I meant to say. Here's a close up of the compartment in the Cessna I fly, of course they vary allot. -Jason
  2. Good work so far! Dont forget the small emergency kit compartment in the bottom left of the cabin. (This is a particularly ugly example, but it works) http://hampage.hu/repules/muszerfal/SJG2.jpg
  3. Hey Airbus, Will that tail skid protector be in the final version? I've never seen any 152 use such a bizarre looking piece of equipment! And if we are requesting liveries, I have an easy one I'd like to see come to fruition. Looking awesome so far! -Jason
  4. Yeah Ivan you'll run X-Plane fine. Hell you'll run it more than fine! I run X-Plane rather good and I am using a Radeon 2600 Pro with only 256mb vram and I run X-Plane at 1920x1200 with all settings set to medium-high. X-Plane has a tendency to be frame rate friendly, even with the most frame sucking add ons. Good Luck -Jason
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    Not sure if you would be willing to pay this much, but GoFlight has a nice quadrant for $400. http://www.goflightinc.com/ShowProduct.aspx?ID=7 -Jason
  6. Oh I get it! i thought with the close proximity to my post you were replying to my post. That setup can't be that bad. :-\ It seems well enough to run X-Plane on high settings. -Jason
  7. I know what an abacus is, I still don't know the reasoning behind your post. Are you just trying to tell me that I have a bad system or something?
  8. I beg your pardon? ???
  9. Been a while since i've posted anything! Im running (And have been running for the past three years) a 24 inch Aluminum iMac. -2.8 Ghz Dual-Core processor -4GB 667 Mhz SDRAM DDR2 RAM -ATI Radeon 2600HD Pro with 256 Mb VRAM at 16 GB Per Second. (PCIe 16x) -1TB Western Digital Caviar Black 7200 RPMs -Mac OSX 10.6.3 (500 Gb partition) -Windows 7 (500 Gb partition) I get around 30-40 FPS with X-Plane's textures at Very High and all other settings set medium-high. -Jason
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    Heinz 787

    Now at first I thought; 'Oh well this isn't so bad actually. Everything looks in place and I would expect that he followed references to build the plane! What could possibly be wrong?' I thought wrong. So when exactly Boeing change their quadrants to square shape how long ago? See for yourself! No better than freeware IMO. -Jason
  11. Aah. I see. Well I can deal with it. I wish the developers could fix this. To be told by the manufacturer NOT to install your program in the program files folder is just a little silly in my opinion. -Jason
  12. Herbumus, I have the same problem in Windows 7 X64 Ultimate. Run a windows 7 search of the entire system. I found out that X-Plane seemed to be storing pictures somewhere unusual on the harddrive.
  13. Fairings! That's the word i'm looking for! I've been sitting at my desk for 10 minutes trying to think of what they were called. ;D They look good. The brain plays funny tricks on you sometimes... -Jason
  14. Looks fantastic! I cant wait to fly her! I have a multitude of photos on the 152 if you need anything, and a 1979 POH if you need anything. -Jason P.S. Those are the strangest looking looking wheel covers i've ever seen!
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