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  1. Hey guys, Following the press release in the main forum, here are a few shots of Beti-X's new Stewart, Canada scenery for X plane 10. Enjoy
  2. Hi guys. The X-Plane forum's been a little quiet lately so I though I'd post this cracking video here that I found to show off some of XPX's progress. Firstly, as the title suggests, the sim is now available with both 32bit and 64bit versions. Currently 10.20b5 is the latest available beta and it introduces some new scenery art pieces, buildings and things and there's more to come. However, performance in 64 bit is very good and the following video shows how nice Xpx can look (albeit with a little help from fsx :-) ) anyway enjoy.
  3. Copy protection company Uniloc has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Laminar Research, the development company behind X-Plane. Uniloc claims that the Android version of X-Plane infringes patent number 6,857,067 describing a "system and method for preventing unauthorized access to electronic data." Uniloc is a serial litigator that has filed lawsuits against nearly 80 companies, including Microsoft, Adobe, and Sony. The company contends that its suite of copy protection patents broadly cover common practices for digital software licensing, protection, and activation. More Here http
  4. Tim_A


    First pass conversion pics of my Enstone scenery in X_Plane 10:
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