Our first A350 XWB themed wallpaper
Our friend Paul from Project 64
liked the A350 XWB shots so much, he decided to create some wallpapers for our phones & tablets.
We thought you might like them too, so here’s the first one showing a rather unique view of one of MSN5’s Trent XWB engines. You can click on the links below to get to the full sized versions ready for you to download for your phone/tablet:
A350 XWB Wallpaper #1 (Trent XWB) sized for your phone
A350 XWB Wallpaper #1 (Trent XWB) sized for your tablet
Our second wallpaper features MSN5’s nose gear. You can click on the links below to get to the full sized versions ready for you to download for your phone/tablet:
A350 XWB Wallpaper #2 (Nose gear) sized for your phone
A350 XWB Wallpaper #2 (Nose gear) sized for your tablet
Our Second A350 XWB themed wallpaper features the nose gear
We’ll also be releasing other wallpapers from the A350 XWB in the near future so watch this space :)
Some of you may have experienced some problems downloading from our feed lately. This was all thanks to updating to the latest version of the PodPress plugin, unfortunately. It seems the latest version didn’t mix well with our site and started sending out broken URLs to each episode’s MP3 file in our RSS feed (we’re not the only ones to have experienced this).
The problem was fixed by rolling back to the previous version of the plugin, but for about 4 to 6 hours around New Years’ Day the feed was broken (episode description text was fine but the episodes wouldn’t download).
If you’re still experiencing a problem downloading our episodes, make sure you’ve got the latest version of the feed in your system. In iTunes, this means right-clicking (or cmd-clicking :) on the Plane Crazy Down Under podcast entry and selecting “Update Podcast.” This will force iTunes to download the most recent copy of the RSS feed file.
Once that’s done, retry the broken download and it should all work nicely.
Meanwhile, I’m waiting for a fix from the PodPress developer and will, in future, try not to be amongst the first to try out a new version of a plugin :)