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    Wow. PMDG 737NGX

    I fly probably 4/6 times a year and 99% of that is via Southwest. Which of course only flies 737s. Well after getting the PMDG 737 im blown away by just the sound quality!. I seriously feel like im going somewhere! The way the flaps sounds while being deployed, to the reving of the engines and "ding" of the chime. Closing my eyes I feel like im sitting in a seat on the actual plane. Well worth the money spent!

    #2
    Originally posted by eydlehoms49 View Post
    I fly probably 4/6 times a year and 99% of that is via Southwest. Which of course only flies 737s. Well after getting the PMDG 737 im blown away by just the sound quality!. I seriously feel like im going somewhere! The way the flaps sounds while being deployed, to the reving of the engines and "ding" of the chime. Closing my eyes I feel like im sitting in a seat on the actual plane. Well worth the money spent!
    glad you are loving it! however please sign your name as required
    Do this by clicking the username pull-down at the top right, then selecting "User Settings." You will find the signature editor on the ACCOUNT tab, about half way down the page. Look for "Edit Post Signature." Be sure to click the "Show Signatures" box.
    Alex Kulak
    PMDG Studier and flyer

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      #3
      man gives a compliment and he gets sign your bloody name. i love this group sometimes i dread pulling up this forum because the ridiculousness. but i spent enough money on this companies product that if i have technical issues that i come to research. But i cant just come here in a friendly environment to learn with people that love aviation. This is why i spent my career in the air force as a crew chief and only dealt with the plane i was assigned to.
      Christopher Cook
      PMDG 737-800 -900
      PMDG 747-400 8I
      Retired Delta KDFW
      And the worlds biggest enthusiast of the B-52!

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      • Emi
        Emi commented
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        Of course you can just come here and enjoy your stay! Alex asked the OP in a polite way to sign his post, I see absolutely nothing wrong with that.

      #4
      Originally posted by Sacwarrior View Post
      man gives a compliment and he gets sign your bloody name. i love this group sometimes i dread pulling up this forum because the ridiculousness. but i spent enough money on this companies product that if i have technical issues that i come to research. But i cant just come here in a friendly environment to learn with people that love aviation. This is why i spent my career in the air force as a crew chief and only dealt with the plane i was assigned to.
      This phenomenon has come to be known as the ”PMDG welcome committee”… and sure enough, at some point it really takes a toll on the forum atmosphere.

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      • Swaluver88
        Swaluver88 commented
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        I'm new to it hardly ask people unless I see it without scrolling past. Just following the rules my boss put up since 1997

      #5
      Originally posted by Sacwarrior View Post
      man gives a compliment and he gets sign your bloody name. i love this group sometimes i dread pulling up this forum because the ridiculousness. but i spent enough money on this companies product that if i have technical issues that i come to research. But i cant just come here in a friendly environment to learn with people that love aviation. This is why i spent my career in the air force as a crew chief and only dealt with the plane i was assigned to.
      It was a friendly reminder, so I'm not sure what the issue is. Those of us who have been here long enough would rather remind people and have them sort it out rather than wait for a PMDG moderator to delete their post without warning for failing to follow this rule.
      Captain Kevin

      Kevin Yang

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        #6
        Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
        It was a friendly reminder, so I'm not sure what the issue is. Those of us who have been here long enough would rather remind people and have them sort it out rather than wait for a PMDG moderator to delete their post without warning for failing to follow this rule.
        Imagine coming to the forum to voice some positive feedback, only to be told by a random member that your post is in violation of the rules and might get deleted without warning… yeah, what a nice welcome!

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          #7
          Originally posted by StachM View Post
          Imagine coming to the forum to voice some positive feedback, only to be told by a random member that your post is in violation of the rules and might get deleted without warning… yeah, what a nice welcome!
          So should we have just waited for his post to actually get deleted by PMDG, and then he wonders why?
          Captain Kevin

          Kevin Yang

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            #8
            All,

            I ll lock this, before doing that though.

            Rules are Rules. Alex did nothing wrong sending a polite reminder about the rule. I could be the one that had sent this or Kevin or any other user.

            Again he did not do anything wrong. Users need to follow the rules period.
            Chris Makris (Olympic260)
            PMDG Technical Support
            http://www.pmdg.com

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