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Posted 03 March 2012 - 06:44 PM
Nobody laugh! It's not like I'm asking for a Flight Scenery Design forum...There may be cases where something is put together as a series of tips, FAQs, whatever and I'm wondering if I were to do such a thing and want to upload it to the File Library, under catagory would it fall under? Might it be time to consider a Flight tag, much like there is for FS9, FSX and others?
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Posted 04 March 2012 - 07:23 AM
Well there is the Tutorials system in the Forums which people could use, but I suppose if people want to use the Library we could use the same strategy of the X-plane categories. Create just a root "Microsoft Flight" category for all types of things, and when it gets more popular we add subcategories and move all the files to the respective places.Just an idea, I don't run the Library..... yet
Posted 04 March 2012 - 01:03 PM
As currently no 3rd party development of any type is possible for MS Flight (payware or even freeware) - - unless that hapends to change at some point, we will not be adding any MS Flight categories to the library.For providing any MS Flight tips, guidances, FAQ, etc... feel free to use the AVSIM Forums - the MS Flight Forum and the tutorials feature.
Posted 04 March 2012 - 06:09 PM
Well if I wanted to do such a thing, personally i'd do it via a Tutorial (http://forum.avsim.net/tutorials/ - there's a FLIGHT Subcategory there) and in the online page i'd give a quick into to the file and then give a download link.The best way to host it, IMHO, would be on Dropbox since it can be updated and you wouldn't have to update the link. I use it all the time for getting files back and forth between my laptop (where the client is installed) and my Sixth Form network account (using the web service) http://www.dropbox.com/I hope this helps
Well that rules out the downloadable PDF file to print and use at the user's convenience...