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x+s+r // YBBN + LICB + paints

A couple of new freeware airports to go over today, and a few paints too, then an important announcement concerning the future of this blog will round out the day. That said, let’s get the coffee going – and on … Continue reading

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x+s+r // RJOM

So, Happy Thanksgiving! This is the day we American’s give thanks for the many blessings bestowed upon our little corner of the universe. Things like over-cooked turkey and time for X-plane, and…oh yes, freedom. The freedom to not have to … Continue reading

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x+s+r // LFST + SGES

A couple of noteworthy airports to look over today; the first is a new file from xpfr – and it’s been worth the wait. Next up, a smaller airport in Paraguay; it’s not complete and so not particularly impressive at … Continue reading

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x+s+r // …and even more paints!

It feels kind of odd…such a long period with so few new scenery files released – either freeware or otherwise. Indeed, it feels as if freeware files are simply drying up altogether…at least new files coming from long established developers. … Continue reading

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x+s+r // paint, paint, and more paint

With the Flight Factor 767 Extended series now out for a week, the list of new paints continues to grow at an impressive clip. We’ve mentioned before that the success of almost any given aircraft file can be indirectly measured … Continue reading

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x+s+r // 11.30b4 + RJTH/RJTO

Things are really getting interesting in Particle Land…aka Laminar’s new implementation of Vulkan…as all kinds of refinements to almost anything particulate are now coming into the sim. Yup, tip vortices were the first, most obvious manifestation, and yes, those are … Continue reading

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x+s+r // SBGL + DTNH

Let’s look at that second Rio area airport today, as well as a revised freeware airport in Tunisia. Along the way, we’ll take in a few more Hot and Fresh paints for the new FF763, so let’s hit the road… … Continue reading

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