Piper Super Cub Released

FScene Design Network, the affiliate brand of FSAddon Publishing, has released the “…. very first model from Simon Smeiman, the Piper Super Cub. The model has been designed by Simon using FSDS, in FS9, and has later been adapted to fly in FSX (both default and SP2/Acceleration). It comes in 4 variations with wheels, tundra wheels, floats and retractable ski’s! And for the price of 3 liters of petrol you can’t go wrong on it!….”. Available from simMarket now.

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Monday, July 28, 2008 10:50

Not taken personally, don’t worry 😉
I’ll see you in Paderborn? Or even better: Lelystad !!??

Francois

Buschflieger
Monday, July 28, 2008 10:42

Francois,

sorry to hear about you mother (didn´t know before).

I don´t want “to bash” you. As I wrote I was disappointed, but that´s my opinion, I didn´t mean it personally.

My best wishes to you for the hard times comming.

Boerries

Monday, July 28, 2008 10:24

Boerries, obviously I had not foreseen the ‘DX10’ issue…. wrong assumption on my part maybe (see also MY blog posts on the issue
http://flightsimplaza.com/fsblog/ ).

We’re apparently forced to add a lot more ‘text’ to each release these days, covering each and every exception and possibility…… I’ll do my best 😉

Francois

Buschflieger
Monday, July 28, 2008 10:19

Okay Francois,

http://blogs.msdn.com/ptaylor/archive/2008/05/07/fsx-content-taxonomy.aspx

Your´e right, but maybe you made this more expressive in the product description on simmarket.

I am on DX10 and I was disappointed about the issue.

Regards

boerries

Monday, July 28, 2008 09:12

Hi Boerries, I apologize but I need to correct you there. DX10 is a ‘demo mode’ and not regarded as a ‘must be included’ for ANY FSX product. Secondly, DX10 has NOTHING to do with SP2. It is included in the base FSX product, again, as a demo for the happy few. So if we state that our product is SP2 compatible, it IS. We have not mentioned DX10 Preview Mode anywhere, that is correct. Because we have not tested it on DX10 (we can’t even… we don’t have such expensive hardware yet 😉 ). We have also not claimed… Read more »