Jinnah International: OPKC Karachi progress

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if you don't mind, what is the approximate release date?

somewhere in mid 2008 you told us that you will release this in end 2009.

by the way, the scenery is superb. keep it up sarmad bhai.


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Bhi Saaaaaaaaaaaaaab........

The Jinnah International Airport (OPKC) Scenery its looks so sexy if I don't mind to say is that could please develop the Benazir Bhutto International Airport (OPRN) Scenery as well for the FS2004 and FSX.

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Wow Dude this looks awesome can't wait till release.

hope you can also make OPRN:)
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i wonder what happened here.... has anyone heard from sarmad abt the progress ?

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I have been really busy with my studies for the past 2 months. Will release the scenery soon with AES compatibility. Will get back to working on it probably the day after tomorrow. Can't give release dates yet.

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hey your work is looking awesome cant wait till release but maybe if you can, could you make also MCB tower and Habib Bank plaza in karachi
that would look so awesome
you are doing a great job keep it up!
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Scenery will be released on simmarket as soon as i am free :D It will be payware. Please buy it if you can :mrgreen: I am seriously looking for some financial help through this! Thank you.

And avoid piracy [-X Although some might do it but please try to buy it if you are able to :roll:

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Thats good news.
Yes ofcourse we will support you and will buy InshAllah on Simmarket.
But your cahcnes will be higher to get it sold in alrge QTY if you make a low price for it ;)

So i advice you to keep the price for it low.
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thank you for your suggestion hamad.

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Excellent news that its coming out soon IA. How come you got it AES enabled? Did you talk with AES staff to have it enabled ?

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Yeah Normally u have to contact Oliver Papst (Developer of AES)
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it is not AES enabled yet but I might make it possible to have it work with AES if I have enough free time on my hands and after I am done debugging my already released scenery.

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sarmad to make it AES compatible take a look at this thread:
http://www.forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?showtopic=31795

here a developer is working on a bangkok scenery. I saw the pics of this scenery before at fsdevelepor.com as well.

The developer is being given some points by Oliver on how to make it AES compatible. Also inorder to convice oliver, you will need to market the product nicely, eg some good screenshots showing the complexity of the scenery.

Hope these points help.

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I have just seen the simmarket page, Mr Khan - great scenery - I will be purchasing without a doubt in a few days, but £27 GBP how come the price is quite high ? and if you design more major airports and release them as payware Im sure you could make a good living as your sceneries show you are a talented designer.

Also posted in http://www.alpha-india.net/forums/index ... c=3984.615
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Thank you for your comments and suggestions.

I think the price is perfectly reasonable for the effort I put in the scenery. If you want a lower price, you can wait for a few months and see if it gets lowered.

Currently I am working on the new Jinnah International airport version that will have AES support as well as the support for Windows 7 64-bit. But AES is not guaranteed yet since I am unaware of its limitations.

I am a single designer, so give it some time before the next version is released. Not as much as it took the first scenery to release but a few months.

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Sarmad.