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  1. Me and @Jviation are gonna be dropping more than enough Southwest liveries for you guys (he loves Southwest) ?
  2. Cool! Will look into that one.
  3. Quick heads up: Painters are waiting for @audiobirdxp to make the mapping for the tailwinglets file final, so we don't have to make constant changes. When this update is rolled out we will update our liveries.
  4. https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/45202-alaska-airlines-3-livery-pack-for-zibo-737-and-ultimate-project-737-900/
  5. Yeah, maybe I'd fly something like Southwest with it (and pretend it's one of their -500 737s)
  6. Do keep in mind though, that is a render. It will look different in X-Plane than in a different rendering engine.
  7. [Edit] (Sigh) Peter Tram is so quick at writing articles, here's his official version here:https://www.thresholdx.net/news/xcerjs X-Crafts has just announced their next aircraft for X-Plane 11, the Embraer ERJ135/140/145/145XR. Following the success of their Embraer 175 and 195 aircraft, they made the "logical next step" in developing their Embraer E-Jets lineup. X-Crafts has stated the aircraft(s) will be at least as detailed "in terms of systems, avionics and plug-ins" as their current Embraer E-Jet series aircraft. They have also stated it will feature their modified Tekton FMS by default. Although no ETA of release has been given (as of August 2018), the renders looks quite promising! Here's some of the pictures (Courtesy of X-Crafts) Full announcement from X-Crafts can be found here https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/155508-embraer-erj-family-by-x-crafts/&tab=comments
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  9. My path to X-Plane 11 was weird, expensive, and adventurous. Back in 2010, I tried my first flight simulator. It was FS2002 ?. Basically, my computer was old, slow, and just flat out bad. It was a Toshiba computer, with an Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 gigabytes of RAM, and to top it off, Windows Vista. Not only did Vista confine me to FS2002 (2004 ironically required XP or 7), but it also made the computer run miserably slow. So I kinda gave up on desktop flight simming, and I actually tried Infinite Flight for several years. Okay, now fast forward to 2015. I got a real laptop (my current one). It has a GTX960M 4GB, Intel Core i7 6700HQ, and 8GB of dedotated wam. So, I could get a real flight simulator. I bought X-Plane 10 (it was the CD version, lol). Turns out, X-Plane 10 is suuuuper awful to use (as a super scrub beginner). I remembered looking through the settings thinking to myself "WTF IS THIS AND HOW DO I USE IT". Eventually I gave up, and caved to FSX Steam Edition. It was okay, but I knew I could do better, so I tried Aerofly FS2. As I flip flopped between FSX and Aerofly for a year and half, I became more educated with my flying skills, and my simulator knowledge. Now we fast forward to mid/late 2016. I saw several videos of X-Plane 11 in action. Now, this is 2 years younger stubborn me. So I impulse bought the beta of X-Plane 11(although to be fair, I did try the free trial version). I instantly fell in love with its graphics, but the real thing that brought me in were the frame rates. They were absolutely buttery for my system! And they still are to this day (although at times things can get a bit hairy). My first payware aircraft for X-Plane 11 was the 757 v2, objectively one of the best aircraft developed for X-Plane in recent years. And that is my flight simulator adventure, what a fustercluck ?
  10. I wouldn't bank on it, maybe when things settle down a bit (full release -700, -800,-900)
  11. I prefer their -600, but we don't have one of those in the works ?
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    Amazing stuff Garrett! Keep it up man! Your screenshots continue to amaze me.

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