v5.10 Plus - Danke

13 Mar 2022 22:09 #4579 by corbu1
v5.10 Plus - Danke was created by corbu1
Hallo Rotorsim-Team,
ich wollte einfach mal Danke sagen für die neue Option v5 Plus!!!
Das ist genau was ich mir gewünscht habe und habe daher heute eine Lizenz erworben.

Jetzt macht die EC135v5 noch mehr Freude…

Happy landings und Beste Grüße aus München
Klaus
 
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13 Mar 2022 22:12 #4580 by Phil122
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Hallo zusammen,

dem kann ich nichts mehr hinzufügen sondern nur noch zustimmen.
Super Arbeit, weiter so!

Beste Grüße aus Salzburg

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