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Oct 23, 2006, 07:46 PM
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RealFlight G3.5 now available for download

There is a public beta available of RealFlight G3.5.

Please follow the directions here.

This update is provided free to all RealFlight G3 customers. Enjoy!

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Oct 24, 2006, 10:47 PM
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Sounds great Jim!
Will do this soon.
Really looking forward to the more realistic collisions, as I've had lots of fun, flying planes with parts missing.

Also really looking forward to the "mooing" cows.


Finally Updated My 3.5
Found out that I had to register with tech support, which takes a few minutes.
It did not display the version 3.50.033 until the download was finished. I knew I had selected the correct version, so I let it complete the download, and then it noted the correct downloaded update version 3.50.033 when it was finished.
I'm not sure that anyone would want to do this with a dial-up connection.

My first attempt finished the download in about 30 seconds. I thought, "Man, these guys must be the most efficient software writers in the world!".
It turned out not to have downloaded.
Next time went ok. Tooks maybe 15-20 min.
Last edited by scratchandbash; Oct 30, 2006 at 01:07 PM.
Oct 31, 2006, 12:27 AM
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Man this is a blast! I can take the F86 off into the weeds now, blow the wings off, and have a flying fuse. Actually flys for quite a while. Have to see what other new things I can do now.
Seriously, Its pretty good so far, and I actually do get a kick out of doing things like above.


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