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gMax Contact Points Helper

Hi, to all.
I came across what appears to be a very useful tool by Finn Neuik — a tool that allows you to use gMax to visually set your contact points (not just position but also gear compression, etc), static height/pitch, etc and then copy and paste the data to your aircraft.cfg file. It used to be available from the Utilities section of the Free Flight Design Shop Forum, but it does not seem to be available for download anywhere.

The description and download page is archived, but the downloadable file has not, unfortunately, been archived:

It appears that Finn Neiuk is no longer active on the web - although there are some other pages of his, they are very old, and there doesn't appear to be a current contact for him.

Does anyone have a copy of this tool?