The fact that no-one seems to (be able to) join you in creating these scenes does not make them any less appreciated! The contrary might even be true, and it is for me: you keep amazing me with what you are getting together, and this one is no exception. Apart from that, it's simply very interesting what you are telling us through these scenes, and sometimes complete stories.
I too would hope we get to see more, but please do not feel pressured to do so of course.
IMO, there could be different ways to contribute to this particular subject. Either by creating or enhancing sceneries, situations, AI traffic and so on, or just by developing some ideas, proposals or suggestions. In any case, it shouldn't be a one-sided activity. Propably it's mostly due to the lack of real interest for the vintage world, besides some very few of you.
So, how should it go on?
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There are many more things that I enjoy but do not comment on, and the same probably goes for many others here (and elsewhere). On the other hand, I fully understand the satisfaction of sharing comes mostly from feedback and interaction. In that respect, I fully understand if you miss the motivation you had hoped to find here. And indeed, the fans of vintage avation are relatively low in number. So please, do not feel bad if you decide to stop sharing, but also do know your contributions are highly appreciated if you do make them.
P.S. (Edit): I myself hardly have the time nowadays to read this forum, let alone do some flying. If that improves, I could at least share some screens of my own trials with 1930s traffic and airports. Hopefully some time next year!
First let me say that I primarly create vintage reviews for my own pleasure. Searching how flying was in vintage era is very interesting and quite instructive. BTW, reading almost everything in English is a very useful brain training at seventy-five!
It's nice and ecouraging to get feedbacks and apprecitations. Whereas I don't overestimate number of thread views. As all of us, we first are curious to see what a thread is telling about. It doesn't say anything about real interest.
Curiously The Old Hangar Forum for instance is still active. But almost nobody there cares about vintage flying anymore. The whole heritage of the Bill's, Tom's, Dennis', Dale's Froogy's, Leon's, MoCat's and of all I forgot to mention here, suddenly felt into oblivion. The most recent posts there treated about FS2020 ...
Some few years ago, there where some attempts here to revival the Rowing Thirties. Certainly for some good reasons they haven't be finalized. Anyway, I'm confident that this subject still will get support in some way or another.
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I'm with Erik here.. Well done Bernard, & PLEASE keep on supporting the Vintage era.. It is such a pity that some of our great developers are vanishing.. I still only fly my Vintage & Golden Wings installs, and always keep an eye out for some aircraft & scenery I might have missed.. Bill's aircraft collection, Garry Smith & others above, are my best, still very much appreciated.