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That’s not bad at all! I thought it would be circa $80
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She's a beauty.

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Lovely looking aircraft, Dave. I've been watching Robert Randazzo's excellent series of tutorials on PMDG's Youtube channel, and they seem to have gone all out to make a three-man flight deck comfortably operable by one person. As soon as I've sold my old flat, a new computer will be on order, swiftly followed by MSFS and then this DC-6 ( and your Rapide of course! ).
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Thats done it for me Dave. Looks fantastic. :thumbsup:
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It's really nice to fly, and the automated flight engineer can take a lot of the workload with the systems and engines, although there's still quite a lot to learn.

Edit: I seems there's a bug that will cause a CTD if you've got multiplayer enabled. I've not seen it myself, but then I have multiplayer turned off anyway.
PMDG and Asobo are working on a fix.
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Just jumped into it tonight… first thought, this is a bag of spanners… after 20 minutes wrestling it….

Gust locks :wall: :lol:

It’s brilliant :thumbsup:

Also just noticed the the FPS hunters are out already 8) - Seriously it really doesn't matter if your "only" getting 30 FPS.
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I thought it was pretty good on FPS, considering, mind you, I haven't tried it in vr yet! :lol:
I did see one guy moaning and asking for a refund because he found a gap in the cockpit wall but it's in a placed that would be impossible to see unless you're crawling around behind the seats and bulkhead. 8)
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If anyone spots a British Eagle repaint can you let me know please. :worried:
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I'm on the lookout for one. I'm hoping JanKees will do one. If one doesn't turn up soon I'll have a look at doing it myself.
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Has anyone tried any of the Virtavia range in MSFS ? I'm thinking particularly of the Lincoln, and the B-29's internal model.
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