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Thanks Tom, Hope you are feeling much better now.
I will sometime in the year make an FSX movie of the J35J and hope that it outshines my FS9 offering.
For anyone’s interest:- I noticed, on my computer, that on the 35OE version the .mtr and .rat switches did not appear. However, I was able to sort that our with two additional lines in the 35OE panel config. file.
I know now why I diasabled the ‘brakes’ message. It was was distracting and not very authentic when making screen-shots and movie clips of a cockpit.
I just found that I can open CHM files on my Windows 7 laptop, so no more mysteries for FS9.
Actually I still use FS9 much more than FSX because I am able to to be more creative with that particular sim. Having immediate access to the ’35’ OE turned out to be a personal bonus.
I have on YouTube about 65 flt.sim. movies, and have thousands of screen shots and many articles published, over the years in PCPilot magazine.
In reality my computer skills are not, because of my age, at today’s cutting edge, but I manage.
I was in the process of making a movie, by request, of the Blackburn Buccaneer when someone mentioned the SAAB 35, but as I was always dissatisfied with my earlier movie decided to see if it had an available update. And now the rest is now history since I searched for a PDF manual.
Thank you for your response Tom.
My computer ia running windows XP SP2 and although I downloaded the zip file, and extracted the file it seems that my computer does not have the correct software to open or print CHM files.
Incidently I am very impressed with your SAAB 35J aircraft. Years ago I made a rather primitive movie featuring the 2.41 version, but after sampling the 3.2 version it is back to the drawing board for another attempt.