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Bassman

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  • Birthday 07/08/1952

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    Doreen, Victoria, Australia

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  1. I agree. I have always found the best way to improve frame rates is to turn off the counter
  2. Not a fan of this variation but all music and art appreciation is subjective really
  3. Some of "Australia's" best talent comes from New Zealand
  4. Topic says it really. Not specifically for MSFS but as an example MSFS start screen states that updated SDK's available. I do not develope or modify scenery or aircraft etc so do I actually need these types of files?
  5. Multiplayer simmers use these types of channels to do all the private chat and keeping aircraft radios free for official calls and communications with ATC etc. IMHO there are certain privacy issues that I do not like about Discord but that is my personal opinion only. My flying group still use Teamspeak.
  6. Try using the rudder/steering pedals in MSFS2020!! They barely work when taxiing however are way too sensitive when landing.
  7. Definitely "C" but I usually "walk away" so I take it as a good landing!!
  8. It has been some time since Tennyson left us so I hope it is not too soon to enquire as to the fate of his wonderful setup?
  9. If I understand correct (?) Volanta is an Orbx product and if that is the case why is support via Discord?
  10. AUD$614 (current rate) for a compass, wow!!!
  11. Hope I am not breaking rules for a non-flightsim related question but I have googled and cannot locate answer. I have just updated my Lenovo Android 10" Tablet and see this app FSKaren Bundle Edition. Does anybody know what it is and if it can be removed? Thank you. Dan
  12. Chumley mentioned the word "furphy" in his above comment. For the edumication of non-Australians I provide the following link to it's meaning and origin. Furphy
  13. Yes, as our towns and cities expand into their territory the mobs are getting more concentrated and even in the outer suburbs of Melbourne for instance it is not uncommon to hit a roo with ones car which can cause quite a lot of damage. My daughters Hyundai in fact is currently having the front left hand guard fixed from such an encounter. The roo in question was able to run off but I imagine is very sore.
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