Dom Mason

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  1. At last, some real news for FSX/P3D. (Aerofly is nice but i am not going to switch between 3 or 4 FS platforms Thank you ! Dom
  2. Alleluyah ! and probably very soon... bye bye FSX. Dom
  3. Pictures look amazing and the colors really fit with this geographical area. If only Orbx could develop more of these fine sceneries... And a FTX Spain region would greatly appreciated. Dom
  4. Well.. since my post has been deleted... Dom
  5. Yes, Thanks, Michael, indeed, i was refering to the HD Buildings, one of the ongoing Orbx projects. Dom
  6. Remarkable ! The night shots are wonderful ! Still, any chance that this scenery will include at some point in the future the 3D buildings tech. ? Dom Mason
  7. My only regret will be about the road AI traffic. But, Wow, must have scenery ! Dom Mason
  8. Looks like it will be KSAN first before LOWI Dom
  9. That's a very ambitious project. Eager to see how friendly it is for my old quadcore computer. Incredible scenery coverage ! Dom
  10. Oh - My - God !!! This is incredible. Really ?!!! This is Mozart,this is de Vinci. This is the essence of FS programming. It's about how to feel a place and transcript it in FS world. Oh - My - God !!! Dom Well it can't be De Vinci. But this is just about giving a huge amount of work in every squarred inch of the scenery. So, yes, its De Vinci. In 2054, people will remind you of De Jarrad or The Marshall. (no i haven't drink yet). Ooooohhhhh Hmm maybe Johannes Vermeer.
  11. John, team members, I wanted to thank you for your latest tools, FTX Central V3 and Orbx Direct. after a few weeks using them, i must say they are very useful and easy to handle. Well, they have been lanched for a while now, but its never to late to congratulate when something is succesfull ! Dom
  12. Exactly what i was looking for ! Dom
  13. What about the new Building 3D feature ? Is it already implemented in this scenery ? Can we expect it in any later upgrade ? It sounds quite logical to include this new tech with San Diego city (shots #8 & #9) Dom Mason
  14. Impressive ! Back to my initial question, let me precise it : is it possible for a pilot to watch the northern light from a high altitude ? and if not, why ? At what altitude are this effet is generated ? Thanks Dom
  15. okay but no inside modeling in this scenery ? Dom Mason