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  • Wings of Gold's Avatar
    Today, 05:43
    Thanks for the reply Mark. I go see what I can do (smile) Bill
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  • Jafo's Avatar
    Today, 05:35
    "then it is considered to have been abandoned." By whom? I've lived with copyright for 46 years...and if some peanut brain came along and altered and distributed MY WORK simply because he failed to contact me and claimed some bull**** like 'abandonment' I'd hunt him down and give him a knee-capping. Sorry, mate....that simply does NOT wash.
    13 replies | 369 view(s)
  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 05:21
    Viscount transplanted without any problems as well. Shame it never received some attention from the repainters. Showing it's age a tad but I'd happily stump up some $$$ for a 'new' version.:encouragement:
    20 replies | 497 view(s)
  • warchild's Avatar
    Today, 05:20
    it's all going to depend on how much of any given publication on the p-61 you can read online. The chandelles and following landings are mostly found in pilot stories and pireps and accident reports. The three different types of approved landings, can be found in the Pilots training manual. The ideal as presented in the manual was to take the thirty miles needed to slow down, then to either glide in, or land with power off or power on and dirty. Chandelles were "practiced" it seems by most pilots every day. It is singularly the most reported maneuver throughout all the publications. The hammerhead is a quick and dirty chandelle. it accomplishes the same thing: rapid speed reduction which facilitates landing. The reasons for these more rapid landings were multi-fold. Part of it was...
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  • gastonj's Avatar
    Today, 05:10
    Hi, Working on the Dewoitine D501, I was thinking that the metal texture was too shiny (as Huub said) and I did some modifications. I applied this work as an update for the Ni-D62 and HN-52 series. So ...some screens : 2 more screens showing all what is avalaible :
    12175 replies | 2381698 view(s)
  • Panther_99FS's Avatar
    Today, 04:41
    I haven't given up hope...but looking at the raw numbers & speed, it' tough. I'm at the state now were I'd be jumping for joy if he finished 15th in a full field. There were some flashes of hope at Bristol.
    5 replies | 75 view(s)
  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    Today, 04:25
    Paul Clawson has a native FSX SOC3 Seagull, my favorite of the USN seaplanes over at Flightsim. He also has the USS Idaho (static) with the catapault available there too. I think I have a thread here somewhere showing my Seagull and the USS Pensacola Cruiser off of Diamond Head in 1939 that I installed "catapaults" on with ADE and it worked great. Tim Conrad did a really nice Kingfisher too. I may experiment with CCP and see if I can get the USS Pensacola moving and the Seagull able to start on the catapaults. I'll do my own thread for that and not hijack this one. Wanted you guys to know about "Put Put's SOC3 FSX and the USS Idaho which I have had a lot of fun with back when it was FS2004. FSX Curtiss SOC-3 Seagull...
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  • DC1973's Avatar
    Today, 04:21
    I haven't been able to find one. I did find a single reference to a P-61 performing a chandelle as a braking aid prior to landing, however never with any vertical manoeuvres but the more standard climbing turn into the downwind familiar to most real-world pilots. I'd be happy to be proven wrong but I can see no tactical reason for doing so either as the risk of wing or tip-stall over an active airfield were the hammerhead manoeuvre to be performed incorrectly would produce obvious hazards, as does the initial pass presumably directly against the circuit pattern. Furthermore, rolling out off the top instead of a hammerhead would put the active field out of sight of the pilot, directly below the airplane, not something that would be done lightly without a good reason. I suspect the P-61...
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  • shotgunshack's Avatar
    Today, 04:17
    Superb model. Many thanks.
    4 replies | 436 view(s)
  • DickB's Avatar
    Today, 04:01
    UTX and FTXG is a great combination IMO. As well as the roads, I also disable the railways. And I tweak the water features a bit too.
    8 replies | 440 view(s)
  • RKinkor's Avatar
    Today, 03:57
    Agreed and if I had any skill in modeling and what not this would have been in the top ten of projects I would have made. There was one local to me here in Minnesota that has/had one but crashed it after an engine failure recently.
    2 replies | 177 view(s)
  • Terry's Avatar
    Today, 03:38
    Terry replied to a thread Dang Bubba.... in Racer's Paddock
    Bubba is a better driver than we are seeing, the Kings cars suck, they have sucked since he retired. Once in a blue moon they will get it close to right and it will come near the front but the next week it's back in the pack again.
    5 replies | 75 view(s)
  • aleatorylamp's Avatar
    Today, 03:29
    Hello Ivan, The CoG shift of 4.44 inches forward and 0.15 inches upwards went well. Nothing broke, although the tachycardia still lasts! Now IŽll shift the textures into place and redo the animations, but that will be quite fine. Then IŽll see how it goes with the lower aft fuselage to see how the wing-fillet shape improves. Thanks for the tip! Cheers,
    178 replies | 3572 view(s)
  • stuart277's Avatar
    Today, 03:27
    Hi Dombral Nice paintwork!:applause::applause::applause: Nice Screenshots as well. Merci Sonte Stuart
    19 replies | 584 view(s)
  • stuart277's Avatar
    Today, 03:24
    Looking Good!:applause::applause::applause: Glad you got them to work. Cheers Stuart
    1 replies | 57 view(s)
  • YoYo's Avatar
    Today, 03:09
    When You install the product, You have info on Splash screen about this and how to recive access for Forum/Corner of MilViz support and his forum :adoration: .
    21 replies | 1820 view(s)
  • Shessi's Avatar
    Today, 03:05
    Thanks Iggy, But this one's all down to Chris , I just did the airfile/cfg and put it all together as a pack and uploaded. He's a great talent, so it's good to have him back in building sim stuff again. Cheers Shessi
    12 replies | 584 view(s)
  • Seahawk72s's Avatar
    Today, 02:58
    Is there an online reference that describes this necessity...?
    92 replies | 11335 view(s)
  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 02:54
    As long as you delete the smoke effects it flies in P3D4.3 without ANY problems. I use a backup for all my aircraft including effects and gauges, mainly to keep additional repaints and .cfg details in order, but so I can just install a package straight into any sim variation. Viscount next. The results speak for them selves:
    20 replies | 497 view(s)
  • l'iguane's Avatar
    Today, 02:54
    The MDL file modification went well under HeX editor, I succesfully disabled reflectivity and I was able the "alpha" the spraying equipment to make it invisible. Still, the shadow on the ground still shows the spray bar...not a big deal. Here are a few pics of the WIP : Spray boom & fan no longer show
    6 replies | 323 view(s)
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