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Posted 09 March 2012 - 12:49 PM
Have just purchase the new NGX version of FS2 Crew and am so looking forward to getting up and running with it.I understand the logic of having an online manual, from the point of view of updates etc, but I must admit I do miss the pdf version, because it's much easier to see the flow of things and skip between sections, plus it works so well on the iPad, which tends to be my weapon of choice for in-game manual referral.Looking at the interface, would I be correct in thinking that the pdf manual for my FS2 Crew iFly 737 version is going to still apply here, by and large?My congratulations on what I'm sure will be an excellent product - I couldn't fly the iFly without it - hope you will take this as constructive opinion.
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 02:17 PM
Same here. A PDF with all the topics would help a lot. Printing each topic individually is quite a pain in my opinion. I paid more than half the price of the actual aircraft for this addon, and I'm absolutely fine with it. However, I somehow expected to receive a printable manual as well. I bought the MD-11 and the Wilco Airbus editions of FS2Crew some years ago, and they came with manuals plus tutorial flights. I just took for granted that these were included for the NGX, too. Well, my mistake probably...Regards,Stefan
Posted 09 March 2012 - 03:37 PM
Same here. I'd love to have a PDF manual to be laid out before me when flying. Switching back and forth between FSX and the Online Manual is a nuisance...Apart from that: great product and thanks for all the enthusiastic work put into!CheersChristian