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    Default Aircraft in Flight - StreetView Edition

    Let's see what we can find. I've found a lot, but there's definitely more out there. Here's a quick one I just found, but the quality is pretty terrible:

    http://maps.google.com/maps?layer=c&...cp7ea4xP9RH0aw
    Last edited by SpiderX22; 10-07-2008 at 12:26 PM.
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    Decided to kill this thread, and just make it into a file:
    http://www.gearthhacks.com/dlfile306...ew-Edition.htm
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    Default spiderx22 stealing other work

    Here is a reply spiderx22 posted when challenged to why he's ripped off someone elses hard work.

    ""[I][B]I'm back, and have hopefully wisened up a bit.

    Dear mnj1233,

    I'm truly very sorry to have just taken your files like I did[/I]. / I know it's a bit late to ask now, but may I please add your files to my collection? I'll absolutely make sure to say who it's found by and provide a link back to the post of the user who found it (in most cases you, but there were many other finders I neglected to mention). I completely understand if you don't want this and would rather have me delete all the finds you spent so hard looking for (I know how hard it is to find them).

    -SpiderX22 [B]

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    Hey, like I said, it was resolved in November. Lay it off. Your resurrecting resolved threads.
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    No need to continue that discussion anymore.


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