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Tim Krajcar

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  1. Stefaan, I deleted the vataware account under ID 987799 so you can register again with that account. The data is not affected, just the account. Go ahead and register with your new ID, 929427. Thanks, Tim
  2. I wrote the web portion of the current stats server, and it indeed does some complex queries against a medium-size dataset, but if the indexes are built properly and it's on good hardware, it should be relatively zippy. Certainly not 19 seconds. I would guess one or both of those is not the case.
  3. The near-universal benchmark used by most web designers & developers is 960px. This is enough room on a 1024x768 screen with a little bit left over for any oddities in rendering.
  4. I'm a poor judge of FPS as about two weeks ago I built a i7-2600k, 16GB, GeForce 580 system. So, it runs very well. One thign to note is that unlike other XP aircraft, the systems and gauges on the CRJ are specifically designed to utilize multi-core systems. My system has 8 cores appearing to Windows (4 cores hyperthreaded) and all of them run at least 30% while I'm flying the aircraft. Love it. Here's a thread on the official aircraft's forums of people comparing notes on FPS with various systems. http://forums.x-pilot.com/index.php?topic=2098.0
  5. Bought it within hours of release. It's absolutely fantastic. The best aircraft of any type I have ever flown in any simulator. Period.
  6. No, you don't. The arguments are plenty strong. These "wouldn't it be nice" threads crack me up. We all know that it would be nice. It would've been nice two years ago. It sure as hell would be nice now, when there are no actively supported clients. What you need are a few "I'll give it a try. Who's with me?" threads.
  7. Timely thread, Mark. I'm in the process of fully converting over to XP myself and now that I've spent some real quality time getting to know the sim, I must say I LOVE it. My bird of choice at the moment is the JGX Cessna/Columbia 400 - http://www.x-aviation.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=54 - for my money, it trounces the Eaglesoft bird for MSFS. It's simply a great model of a fantastic aircraft. In fact, I like it so much that I'm in the process of expanding my two monitor, PC+Laptop setup to three monitor, PC+PC+laptop so I can run dedicated G1000 PFD and MFD each on
  8. Personally, I would steer clear of XP 64. If you want to go 64 bit, run one of the Vista 64 editions. XP 64 has some serious driver compatibility issues and isn't used very widely.
  9. Yes, I have been checking my email. The issues you've identified are both to do with the dataserver itself; I've forwarded them to Mike for his review. No ETA to commit to at this time. Tim
  10. A suggestion and a requirement are not the same thing.
  11. Has anyone ever found a way, for either FS2004 or X, to tell the sim to continue to put out sound when you are alt-tabbed out of it?
  12. I don't have direct control over PRC content; I'll mention it to those who do. Tim
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