View Full Version : Is your glass half full or is it half empty.
12-07-2004, 12:38 PM
Is your glass half full or is it half empty when it comes to evaluating RC simulators?
Just thought I'd throw out something different for a change. :p
PS: For anyone interested in pylon racing, keep an eye out in the G3 General disscussion area. I will post when I plan to host.
Jungle Jet Jim
12-07-2004, 12:48 PM
Sounds good, I'll be watching.
BTW, would you let him ^ fly your airliner?
12-07-2004, 01:25 PM
Jungle Jet Jim,
I probably will be able to attempt to host on weekend evening roughly starting around noon or so Hawaii time. I think east coast is 5 hours ahead of us and California is 2 hours ahead. And "maybe" I might try it during a week day, but most probably I will try to host on a weekend. And if you didn't already know. It does seem that when hosting, if someone exits the session, everyone else thats in the session gets "auto booted"! And the host has to start the "host" again for anyone to get back in. KE knows about this and I'm pretty sure they will try to get that fixed as soon as they can. I'm pretty patient, I know they will get it fixed sooner or later :) Until it gets fixed though, it might just be a little rocky now and then in multiplayer. If I had a RC sim that I had on the market, I just might be tempted to go out and purchase G3 and hang around the multiplayer to cause havoc!
Do hope they get it fixed soon, but it won't kill me if it takes a while.
And I'm sorry to have to report but our Airline service has temporarily been closed until further notice. :p
Thx for the reply,
Jungle Jet Jim
12-13-2004, 12:47 AM
I will be watching the board for the updates on the server issue. I don't get much weekend time with my computer, I am usually out doing the real thing in order to pay for the fun stuff. Keep the greasy side down.
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