Original (April 2007) Release Notes

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Original (April 2007) Release Notes

Post by martin[flytampa] » Fri Apr 13, 2007 7:42 pm

Available in 2 flavors:

1. Maarten-Complete (FS2004 & FSX)
This includes "everything we got". 3 airports on 3 islands covered with Photoscenery, custom Autogen, SRTM Mesh & AI-ships.

2. Maarten (FS2004 & FSX)
This is a stand-alone Priness Juliana airport (TNCM). The contents/details of the airport and Maho beach are exactly the same as TNCM from the "Complete" package.

PS: There are currently no plans for stand-alone versions of St. Barts and Saba.
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Post by MidgeyMidget2 » Fri Apr 13, 2007 9:06 pm

YAY!!!!! Definetly gonna buy this momment and I am definetly getting the big boy version!
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Post by psolk » Fri Apr 13, 2007 9:20 pm

Just got my big boy package downloaded :) About to install now!
Thanks so much to "the team"
-Paul
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Post by WEAJHD » Fri Apr 13, 2007 9:22 pm

Sweet! looking forward to get this package :)
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Post by MidgeyMidget2 » Fri Apr 13, 2007 9:47 pm

EDIT: Nevermind, I recieved the emails. Sorry, I was impatient because you guys got me really wound up waiting for this product and I am sure it was worth the wait! I must say, FlyTampa doesn't release as fast as companies like ImagineSim but the quality is 100 times better and that makes your sceneries a better product.
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Post by martin[flytampa] » Fri Apr 13, 2007 9:53 pm

Time it takes to get the emails after purchase depends on the email address one enters when purchasing. Its also written on the order page, one should avoid @hotmail and any other type of "sign up free accounts" because the vendor/merchant has to perform some fraud check I think (that can indeed take hours). Best is to use an ISP email or own-domain email if you have it.

That and of course making sure the emails didn't land in junk/spam folders.
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Post by MidgeyMidget2 » Fri Apr 13, 2007 11:09 pm

martin[flytampa] wrote:Time it takes to get the emails after purchase depends on the email address one enters when purchasing. Its also written on the order page, one should avoid @hotmail and any other type of "sign up free accounts" because the vendor/merchant has to perform some fraud check I think (that can indeed take hours). Best is to use an ISP email or own-domain email if you have it.

That and of course making sure the emails didn't land in junk/spam folders.
I used an ISP Email so it really didn't take that long.
Manny
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Post by Manny » Fri Apr 13, 2007 11:43 pm

Good deal!

1 Question though.. does it mean that we can never expect the other Islands St.Barths and Saba for FSX? even if we are prepared to pay for it?

:shock:

Manny
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Post by skydvdan » Fri Apr 13, 2007 11:48 pm

Manny wrote:Good deal!

1 Question though.. does it mean that we can never expect the other Islands St.Barths and Saba for FSX? even if we are prepared to pay for it?

:shock:

Manny
PS: There are currently no plans for stand-alone versions of St. Barts and Saba.
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Post by martin[flytampa] » Sat Apr 14, 2007 12:06 am

Manny wrote:1 Question though.. does it mean that we can never expect the other Islands St.Barths and Saba for FSX? even if we are prepared to pay for it?
Let me put it this way. The reason I wrote these FSX warnings very clearly all over the place is because I don't want anyone to purchase things based on content which I don't have right now and I may never deliver.

TNCM is already done and just "needs" SP1 to get to the point where I would "sign my name on it" and offer it as a stand-alone product.

All future FSX content for this scenery as well as other projects from us depends on how good FSX-SP1 will be. (how good from our perspective).
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Post by Robin.B » Sat Apr 14, 2007 2:55 am

martin[flytampa] wrote:Time it takes to get the emails after purchase depends on the email address one enters when purchasing. Its also written on the order page, one should avoid @hotmail and any other type of "sign up free accounts" because the vendor/merchant has to perform some fraud check I think (that can indeed take hours). Best is to use an ISP email or own-domain email if you have it.

That and of course making sure the emails didn't land in junk/spam folders.
Martin,
How long can this take, maximum? I used my Gmail address - I don't have an ISP e-mail, and in the e-mail it says;

"If an order must be completed by the developer or vendor for that product please allow up to 48 hours."

Does this apply to me?

Thanks for the amazing scenery!
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Post by paavo » Sat Apr 14, 2007 2:59 am

Robin.B wrote:
martin[flytampa] wrote:Time it takes to get the emails after purchase depends on the email address one enters when purchasing. Its also written on the order page, one should avoid @hotmail and any other type of "sign up free accounts" because the vendor/merchant has to perform some fraud check I think (that can indeed take hours). Best is to use an ISP email or own-domain email if you have it.

That and of course making sure the emails didn't land in junk/spam folders.
Martin,
How long can this take, maximum? I used my Gmail address - I don't have an ISP e-mail, and in the e-mail it says;

"If an order must be completed by the developer or vendor for that product please allow up to 48 hours."

Does this apply to me?

Thanks for the amazing scenery!
It takes me about 2 minutes to get the emails, but I know sometimes it can take a few hours, not sure if gmail is like this, check your spam filter if you have one.
Robin.B
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Post by Robin.B » Sat Apr 14, 2007 3:04 am

paavo wrote:
Robin.B wrote:
martin[flytampa] wrote:Time it takes to get the emails after purchase depends on the email address one enters when purchasing. Its also written on the order page, one should avoid @hotmail and any other type of "sign up free accounts" because the vendor/merchant has to perform some fraud check I think (that can indeed take hours). Best is to use an ISP email or own-domain email if you have it.

That and of course making sure the emails didn't land in junk/spam folders.
Martin,
How long can this take, maximum? I used my Gmail address - I don't have an ISP e-mail, and in the e-mail it says;

"If an order must be completed by the developer or vendor for that product please allow up to 48 hours."

Does this apply to me?

Thanks for the amazing scenery!
It takes me about 2 minutes to get the emails, but I know sometimes it can take a few hours, not sure if gmail is like this, check your spam filter if you have one.
Thanks for the quick reply,

I recieved the 1st 2 e-mails within 1 minute, but no final confirmation e-mail with the download link. I checked my Spam filter but it hasn't arrived. Hopefully it won't take too long :D (P.S it's been about 1:30 hours already)
paavo
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Post by paavo » Sat Apr 14, 2007 3:06 am

Robin.B wrote:
Thanks for the quick reply,

I recieved the 1st 2 e-mails within 1 minute, but no final confirmation e-mail with the download link. I checked my Spam filter but it hasn't arrived. Hopefully it won't take too long :D
Sometimes that 3rd email is a little slow, and there is a chance the last email may end up in the spam folder, but you are 2/3rds of the way there.
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