MSFS RAF Bruggen

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MSFS RAF Bruggen

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Very nice. It would be wonderful to get all the old RAFG bases in MSFS.
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I am proud of seeing my scenery now also find its way into MSFS.

As previously mentioned I am still no MSFS user, so I am happy that Dale did make the offer to convert it into this sim. Really looking forward to the next steps...
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It looks fabulous!
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It does indeed Dale, well done.

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Looking forward to see Manfred's Bruggen scenery in MSFS !! Great work so far Dale !
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Version 1 available now from https://flightsim.to/file/74235/raf-bruggen

Huge thank you to Manfred for allowing to convert this scenery.

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Ahhh Germany! From the time that we probably had more aircraft based other there than we currently do over here.
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Really surprised by the users feedback.
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Manschy wrote: 13 May 2024, 19:54 Really surprised by the users feedback.
In what way Manfred? So far I have only seen positive feedback.
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At flightsim.to indeed.

But I would like to see any screenshots from users maybe. Not here, but SOH for example where you placed your conversion as well. As you know, I don't have MSFS so I was very interested in how the users are using the scenery. Maybe I am too impatient, and especially I do not have to be impatient for sure regarding my loooooong developing periods :smt002

Feedback in general seems no more taken for granted, but it's okay, I will make my peace with it. I think today is a good start for this :smt001
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Everything I've seen at SOH and flightsim.to is positive, Manschy, so I think you have nothing to worry about! I'm just downloading Dale's version for MSFS right now and I'll take a look at it when I get a break from the Brazil project. I don't for a minute think it's anything less than excellent!
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Great work Dalerfu and even moreso to Manschy.
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How anyone can still look at previous versions of FS and, with hand on heart, convince themselves that it all looks 'great' is beyond me.
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