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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 03:42
    Actually it is the much later (1975) derivative, built by Robert Lefebvre, but I think they are essentially the same. Over to you, Robert - :very_drunk:
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 03:30
    It feels a bit like we are currently re-inventing the wheel....... :biggrin-new:. Rhumbaflappy's mesh is still available in our library. Cheers, Huub
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 03:28
    Chris, Thank you for checking!
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 02:35
    Heatblur F-14 - Q1 Mini-Update Dear All, Greetings to you all in 2020. We’ve had an amazing year in 2019 at Heatblur, which saw the launch of the F-14! We still can’t believe it - and all of it has been thanks to all of you, who have supported us throughout development and beyond. Thank you for a wonderful year! 2019 was no doubt a hectic year for the team. Not only with the launch of the F-14 itself, but with the post-launch roadmap, and trying to squeeze in as many improvements over the course of the year as possible. While we’re proud of what we’ve achieved and the state that the F-14 launched in, we had a number of unfortunate and significant misses towards the tail end of the year. These include: The launch of the Forrestal...
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  • Dimus's Avatar
    Today, 02:31
    Irfanview has a tool for batch resize and it works well. It can also read dds files. It's free and you can find it here:
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  • fabulousfour's Avatar
    Today, 02:28
    That looks very much like the Max Plan Busard, Mike.
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 01:58
    My memory isn't that good as it used to be, but I think anels9 is correct. At some point DSB/IRIS released several of the older models as freeware. I think the Mig-27 was one of them. The links were available at the IRIS web-site, however the models were physically hosted at JayKay's site. Since JayKey's site is gone, I think the models might be as well............... Cheers, Huub
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  • Paul Golding's Avatar
    Today, 01:35
    Just an update. Found the docs folder, though didn't have time to take a look yet. After un-installing and then re-installing, this time to the default external location in C:\user\documents etc, the Hurricane appeared in P3D. Isn't there a way to install this somewhere else, like the E: drive mentioned above? As I said above, the install process allows you to select the install location, but P3D isn't finding it. Probably just me, but I'd like to hear how to do it. I only had a short time to have a look at the Hurricane; it's lovely. There is a "but" though. I need a new PC. On a clean install of P3D with Orbx TE England and no other add-on's installed yet and with fairly mid settings I go from mid 40's with a default aircraft, to 10/12 with the Hurricane (PBR version). ...
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 00:29
    Nice work Steve. I'm surprised to see the textures do not stretch at the end of the fuselage joints. Cheers, Huub
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 00:27
    Virtavia offers a payware FSX version of their Albatross. Cheers, Huub
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  • noddy's Avatar
    Today, 00:10
    Many thanks for the great paint schemes. :applause: Oh and lovely shots of them as well.
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  • jankees's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:44
    I'm glad you like them, they have been uploaded so have fun and if you can, do post a screenshot, I'd appreciate it. 2020-1-20_22-12-45-667 2020-1-19_22-57-47-787 2020-1-19_23-17-25-138
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:32
    Nice one, Chris - pretty obscure - no wonder we didn't get it, Mike. Your question answered, though - wing-warping. After much digging, found this page - In the meantime, something more recent - and to save time, it is not American....
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  • jankees's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:12
    jankees replied to a thread C-47 lighting tests in Prepar3D V4
    nice shots, and it looks great
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  • bazzar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:57
    bazzar started a thread C-47 lighting tests in Prepar3D V4
    Trying out the lighting setups on the C-47/DC-3.Wing inspection, formation, passing, recogs and others.:engel016:
    1 replies | 41 view(s)
  • MaskRider's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:13
    Hiya Rami, Yes, I recall the episode. But you'll need to give me some time to dig into what the solution was. I think it very unlikely that it was anything I myself came up with. Seems to me it was someone else who provided the fix. Cheers, Chris
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:19
    Agreed, I started out with a single livery file around 600mb, whittled it down to around 100mb and felt like I'd really accomplished something, lol. As it turns out the taxiing problem discussed in another thread has been corrected and so I no longer have a need to use an AI plane that tops out at 120meg, lol. . .phew!
    6 replies | 196 view(s)
  • jymp's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:10
    Being 2020 now, is there an updated version of the SA-16B for FSX these days ?
    38 replies | 10673 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:03
    Brilliant work everyone. I applied the fixes by Bluebear which seemed to make some corrections but this last one worked to perfection. I applied the MOI fix to the two most persnickety Stearman. . .those free spirited bi-planes that would rather track the furrows than the taxiways, lol. While the turns gave them a bit of a problem they still never went off the taxiway and always recovered in the straightaways. Well done Ulrich and very well done dexthom!!
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