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And a new project will be... News and other stuff.
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DD Stanislaw
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Name: Stanislaw Drzewiecki
Posts: 3091
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Posted: Wed Dec 14, 2016 11:55   

Hi.
It is definitely down (incooperative staff, low commercial potential, difficulties with resources etc.). We are looking forward to Vegas right now - more interesting than Riga anyway! :wink:
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joan


Name: Joan
Posts: 13
Location: Cardiff, United Kingdom
Posted: Wed Dec 14, 2016 12:23   

What a Shame, Another question: A detailed LaGuardia scenery can be a choise on your future plans ?

Best wishes.
 
 
Russo


Name: Juan Manuel
Posts: 6
Location: Andorra
Posted: Wed Dec 14, 2016 12:56   

And Sofia? is it no interesting?

What do you think?

The approach is over the city

Airport + city= amazing.

Sorry for my English
 
 
DD Stanislaw
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Name: Stanislaw Drzewiecki
Posts: 3091
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Posted: Wed Dec 14, 2016 14:59   

A city project takes about a year to complete. Lets see in a year.

Sofia does not look too interesting from the air. Yes - for those living there it will be very interesting but that is not much. There are mostly small buildings that can be done with autogen. Even famous landmarks are rather small in height. You won't see any details from 2000ft... And the airport is small.
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joan


Name: Joan
Posts: 13
Location: Cardiff, United Kingdom
Posted: Wed Dec 14, 2016 18:20   

City? You meant New york city land class ? Sorry don't understand your statement for Laguardia airport.
 
 
palple


Name: Paolo
Posts: 13
Location: Italy
Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 00:53   

Will your v4 Polish scenery packages come to XP?

Also, I'm looking forward to New York City Airports XP v2 too!
 
 
Uwescooby


Name: Uwe Günther
Posts: 1
Location: Leipzig
Posted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 22:07   

Hi Stanislaw,

about NY for FS9 you said deep freeze, is there any chance to get an KEWR extract? This would be probably the most wanted Airport around NY for FS9ers.

Thanks for your long support about this good old sim.

Uwe
 
 
DD Stanislaw
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Name: Stanislaw Drzewiecki
Posts: 3091
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Posted: Tue Dec 27, 2016 07:12   

Actually I haven't even installed FS9 on my new setup. I don't think any work will be concluded for FS9 in the future. We want to go forward and while FS9 has a lot of limitations there is also a VERY low interest on new products for FS9 and FS9 updates. This is the truth - probably it is time to switch to P3Dv3/XP11...
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DD Stanislaw
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Name: Stanislaw Drzewiecki
Posts: 3091
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Posted: Sat Jan 07, 2017 18:00   

Just thought it might be interesting for you to see a shadow layer - the one below is from KLDJ Linden. It took several hours to render even though static aircraft are not included in this layer (its original size is 9462x5407). Thanks to that layer we can assign a no-shadow parameter to our models while still having shadows on the ground - this boosts the performance significantly.

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DD Stanislaw
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Name: Stanislaw Drzewiecki
Posts: 3091
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Posted: Sun Jan 08, 2017 13:21   

Work on Teterboro started.

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Mephic


Name: Tomasz
Posts: 19
Location: Kraków
Posted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 15:27   

Any plans to update EPKK? There is a completely rebuilt terminal now and flight sim world is missing version of this amazing airport (also it seems that no one else plans to tackle it)
 
 
DD Stanislaw
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Name: Stanislaw Drzewiecki
Posts: 3091
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Posted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 16:51   

As soon as Spring comes I will fly there and make some aerial photos as well as ground (apron) shots.
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Mephic


Name: Tomasz
Posts: 19
Location: Kraków
Posted: Fri Jan 13, 2017 11:11   

That is absolutely fantastic news. I'll be impatiently waiting to see my hometown airport! :) (need help with photo shoot let me know, but I'm no RW pilot!)
 
 
DD Stanislaw
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Name: Stanislaw Drzewiecki
Posts: 3091
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Posted: Fri Jan 13, 2017 17:49   

We are in touch with the Marketing dep. so there will be no problems with photo shoot - the only problem is the weather and time. :wink:
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Mephic


Name: Tomasz
Posts: 19
Location: Kraków
Posted: Sat Jan 14, 2017 18:25   

I can't guarantee you neither of them unfortunately, but if you'll be in Krakow and want to find a good place to eat and drink - I can help :lol:

Take care, fingers crossed for all of your projects.
 
 
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