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 11 
 on: March 23, 2014, 07:07:18 PM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by Mogget
The Grin emoticon was a BIG clue that I made that post for....shall we say....comedic effect. Evidently it failed to pressurise the emotional vacuum around here.

Here's to the next 37 days...

 12 
 on: March 23, 2014, 06:53:57 PM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by kenralyon
oh ok. shoot i havn't passed all 25 yet. i am still trying to get through sts-51 Undecided i wish i could skip the friggin thing and move on. lol

 13 
 on: March 23, 2014, 06:50:06 PM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by mborgia
Why do we beat the dead horse?  Because we've all pretty much grown frustrated with the same twenty five missions (plus Ares 1-X) and want to fly something new.  It would be cool if some enterprising soul could develop the remaining STS flights for SSM 2007 and offer them to the public.

 14 
 on: March 22, 2014, 05:32:02 PM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by kenralyon
why are we still beating this dead horse Huh can't we just enjoy SSMS07 and move on? seems to me that they will get to SSMS2 when they get to it. we keep beating a dead horse ain't going to make it come out any faster now will it?

 15 
 on: March 22, 2014, 05:19:33 PM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by Mogget
I would just like to congratulate the users here for restraining themselves from posting in this thread for a massive 37 days! You are a credit to the human race.

Now that's been cleared up.....when are we getting SSMS2? Grin

 16 
 on: March 22, 2014, 10:56:36 AM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by kenralyon
that would suck. as these forums are still useful for the shuttle simulator we currently use. what good owuld it be with out being able to come here for help when you get stuck on SSMS07??

 17 
 on: March 22, 2014, 01:34:05 AM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by bjbeard
I have migrated to Kerbal. I would love to see that freedom of choice with this level of realism. But alas, SSM has died a lingering death. Litigation does not take this long, even in Europe of crying out loud. Wonder how long it will be until we log on here and find out GoDaddy has the domain for sale...

 18 
 on: February 12, 2014, 10:57:16 AM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by Moonwalker
That's ridiculous. You should be able to restore your activations with a quick email or phone call. You should NEVER have to pay for something twice.

Welcome to the world of Indie developers. They can and do set the rules, and profit from you using up your activations.  What irks me is simple changes or an OS reinstall makes you have to reactivate. As a PC enthusiast I am always tinkering or adding something new to my system. So far the only two swaps that has not resulted in re-activation is video card upgrading and adding more RAM.  Anyone else confirm anything else?

If you install it on a USB stick you won't have any problem when changing your pc components. It has always been recommended to do so.

Well, my USB stick quit working, and I have no further activations left.

The activation system is only good for Exciting Simulations, but for the user it's just a pain. As a user you are forced to install SSM on a USB stick, or you have to live with a limited number of activations. I don't know any other product which is based on such a activation system. Even MS Windows can be activated as much as you want. You get a new key by phone as often as you want/need.

 19 
 on: February 11, 2014, 04:35:53 PM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by Jack Ryan
That's ridiculous. You should be able to restore your activations with a quick email or phone call. You should NEVER have to pay for something twice.

Welcome to the world of Indie developers. They can and do set the rules, and profit from you using up your activations.  What irks me is simple changes or an OS reinstall makes you have to reactivate. As a PC enthusiast I am always tinkering or adding something new to my system. So far the only two swaps that has not resulted in re-activation is video card upgrading and adding more RAM.  Anyone else confirm anything else?

If you install it on a USB stick you won't have any problem when changing your pc components. It has always been recommended to do so.

 20 
 on: February 10, 2014, 07:08:49 PM 
Started by DenisFerrari - Last post by Tiberion
That's ridiculous. You should be able to restore your activations with a quick email or phone call. You should NEVER have to pay for something twice.

Welcome to the world of Indie developers. They can and do set the rules, and profit from you using up your activations.  What irks me is simple changes or an OS reinstall makes you have to reactivate. As a PC enthusiast I am always tinkering or adding something new to my system. So far the only two swaps that has not resulted in re-activation is video card upgrading and adding more RAM.  Anyone else confirm anything else?

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