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  1. Word(s) association game

    The Stage- Theatre news for luvvies
  2. Which A320?

    Hi Lucy! Take a look at Jess' review on the FSLabs http://www.mutleyshangar.com/reviews/jess/bs-fsla320x/bs-fsla320x.htm that may help you to decide.
  3. P3D V3 HELP!

    Chris, are you on Windows 10? there was an issue with V3 after on of their (Windows) updates see here http://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=126854 Some people resolved the problem by uninstalling Windows update KB4038788. I agree with you about all the issue but this one may not be down to P3D?
  4. This is so awful I had to stop the video after 3 seconds!
  5. P3D V3 HELP!

    Hi Chris, I have seen this being reported a lot recently, it seems to be connected with a .dll loading. So you have to look at your dll.xml file in your C:\Users\*YOUR NAME*\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3 folder and change the following entry "<Disabled>False</Disabled>" to true, effectively turning them off to see which one is stopping your sim from running. Start with the last entry in the list first and work backwards. Take a sideways copy of the file first in case you need to restore it. Cheers, Joe
  6. Fascinating video.

    I think that guy loves the sound of his own voice and must have just bought a new book of acronyms... L-O-L
  7. I am pleased to report the baton has arrived safely in Singapore where Andrew is being debriefed by MI6 about the shenanigans of flight 13 from Siem Reap. I've squared it away with the authorities that the girls will receive first class safe passage home. Andrew, however, is staying on a few days to meet up with our next pilot, and on that note I can now reveal sector two. In Sector two, we continue south through Asia, to Australia. Traversing "The Red Centre", we visit the magnificent Ayers Rock (Uluru) before making our way to the east coast of Australia and The Great Barrier Reef, and obviously another of the World's Natural Wonders. For the remainder of Sector 2, we island hop across the beautiful South Pacific, concluding this Sector on Hao Island in French Polynesia. Below, you will find the next thirteen legs of our relay around the world. Please note, four of the flights have sub-legs so please bear that in mind when bidding. Also note, one of the flights (#17) has a MTOW applied so if you are bidding for that one, then please include the type of aircraft you intend to fly so we can make sure your bid meets the restriction criteria for the flight. The bidding window for section 2 will open at 14:00 UTC next Saturday, the 21st October 2017. Bids must be sent to atwc@mutleyshangar.com , and only e-mails that arrive after the bidding window has opened will be taken into consideration when assigning flights. The bidding window usually remains open until all flights are assigned to a pilot, but as we have so few registered pilots, we may press on regardless. Your bid should consist of a list of the flights you are interested in flying, with your most preferred flight at the top. All the best and be careful out there! Joe
  8. Word(s) association game

    That was a Titanic production?
  9. Maybe the Captain should have let the passengers in on it, at least he didn't go for a barrel roll!
  10. Boeing KC-97G Stratotanker

    looking good Jury!
  11. Douglas A-20 Havoc / Boston

    A great choice! Now which one? A fine library of repaints JK, you have excelled here
  12. Lefteris Kalamaras made the announcement over on their forums: Hello all, We are happy to announce that the A320-X for P3Dv4 release v2.0.1.214 is now available! This release marks our transition into Lockheed Martin's latest Prepar3D v4.1 edition, a significant milestone for developers and simulator fans alike. The pathway into the 64-bit code base is most important, as it allows our product line to showcase changes, improvements and exciting new features without being artificially limited by the 32-bit memory space of 4 Gigabytes. A few notes on this first A320-X for P3Dv4 release: - If you are already a Flight Sim Labs customer and have purchased the A320-X for Prepar3D v3 before this release, the P3Dv4 version is available for you FREE OF CHARGE. Simply select the option to upgrade when you purchase the product and provide your v3 order details to continue. - There is a new version of FSL Spotlights that is P3Dv4-compatible *only*. You will need that version installed before you can enjoy the full dynamic light splendor in the A320-X virtual cockpit, but also now on external model surfaces as well, so please download and install the FSL Spotlights for P3Dv4 after you have installed the A320-X. - The A320-X for P3Dv4 first release includes most of the additions, fixes and changes that we have discussed for the general Service Pack 1 roll-out. These changes will also find themselves in an upgrade pack for the FSX and P3Dv3 versions which will come soon after the P3Dv4 version has been released. - Support and bug fixes of all versions of the A320-X will continue normally - we expect that Service Pack 1 will be the last major update with new functionality for 32-bit versions of the product line and our focus will shift to the 64-bit platform(s) afterwards. For a list of the features read the source article here: https://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/announcement/6-a320-x-for-prepar3d-v41-now-available/
  13. On route

    Love the second to last shot,
  14. Ireland bracing for Ophelia

    Things have been kinda orange outside the Hangar today, the sun has been very subdued and dark orange. It's not uncommon to having Sahara dust settle on the car, but it's looking like a bucket and spade may be required today. Not seen it this severe, ever.
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