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  • fsafranek's Avatar
    Today, 20:04
    Maybe watch a couple videos. These are FSX though. IRIS Pro Series Vulcan B.2 - Rapid Start Procedure FSX IRIS Vulcan B.2 Takeoff IRIS Pro Series Vulcan B.2 - Normal Start Procedure Hope this helps. :ernaehrung004:
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  • heywooood's Avatar
    Today, 19:54
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  • fsafranek's Avatar
    Today, 19:53
    I did a couple Marine Corps versions after I painted the textures for the original package. The paint kit was quite usable :very_drunk: so there a lot of repaints made. :ernaehrung004:
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  • MajorMagee's Avatar
    Today, 19:29
    VSync is turned on through the video card's control panel or helper programs like Nvidia Inspector. Some games allow you the option to turn this on or off as well. It's designed to prevent the tearing that you would see if the image changes in the middle of a scan. It restricts the transmission of the next screen to the monitor so that it only occurs when the scan is switching from the bottom row back to the top. For traditional monitors that happens 60 times per second. If the cpu / gpu can create frames faster than that the extras are discarded. While it eliminates the visual effect of tearing, it can also introduce lag. That's the time between when you input a mouse click or movement, and when it shows up on the screen (everything that continued to happen during the thrown away...
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  • Moses03's Avatar
    Today, 19:05
    Into Boulder, CO. Part one concluded.
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  • ian elliot's Avatar
    Today, 18:11
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FSX Scenery Description: Fleet Air Arm airfield active through WWII and into the post war jet era in Sussex on the south coast of England. For FSX-Acc. Not tested with PS3D or third party terrain add-ons. Object libs needed. To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit RNAS Ford for The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
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  • flewpastu's Avatar
    Today, 18:11
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FSX Military skins - Post Cold War Description: 37 Repaints of Maryadi"s V22 Osprey. To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Maryadi's V22 Osprey Repaint The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
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  • awstub's Avatar
    Today, 18:00
    I second AIcarriers.NET ......but for a quick start, you can just go into the SOH Warbirds library and look in the FSX Ships folder and download a carrier that interests you...... like perhaps CV-9 USS "Essex" WWII for FSX/ It comes with a fleet, but if you add it into P3D via Tacpack, you can only get the carrier to show up..... but it will get you started. Once you get AIcarriers.NET working you can add it and the fleet. If you do add it with Tacpack, you have to go into Tacpack manager and add it to the list....which then allows you to add it into P3D.
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  • awstub's Avatar
    Today, 17:53
    awstub replied to a thread Matt's P3D Repaints in Prepar3D V4
    Hehe, sure is.....but your results are fantastic.
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  • alcanallen's Avatar
    Today, 17:48
    Morning all,excuse my ignorance but where do you find the VSync,never heard of it,how does it affect the frame rate, Thanks, alcanallen.
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  • flewpastu's Avatar
    Today, 16:56
    Thank you Rob , and I also would like to thank you for your work on the V22. Itís truly enjoyable to fly . Great talent from all involved . I hope my repaints do justice to all involved in this project . Bill
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  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 16:50
    Chris, thanks for the explanation! NC
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  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    Today, 16:04
    Good to have you back! :wavey:
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  • speedy70's Avatar
    Today, 15:18
    Chief when you buy a new product from milviz you should contact oisin at milviz and register the product.He will then include you on that products forum. This FDE has not gone through MVAMS because it is not a new FDE but an adjusted FDE alternative to the existing one for those that found the existing one unsatisfactory. I did not experience this and have not bothered installing the alternative one. Cheers Chris
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  • bpfowler's Avatar
    Today, 15:13
    As good as the fs9 model has been, it will be a treat to see her for fsx and P3D4. Still my number-one ride since she came out. Thanks Milton and team, for keeping the radials hot :- ) Anything I can do, drop a PM. best, Brady in Oly
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  • Fibber's Avatar
    Today, 15:13
    .....this is a little bit tougher to find than I would think it would be. However, here is a link that keeps popping up for research Maybe a request to that researcher might give some results. ADDENDUM: I did find this:
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  • stearmandriver's Avatar
    Today, 14:55
    Guys, My impression is that this is kind of an experimental revision to the FDE, released in a thread on the support forum to see what people think. It's not yet an official update, which is why it's not coming via MVAMS (yet; sounds like it probably will eventually.) MV requires authorization to access the support forum. If I remember right, when you open MVAMS, there's an email address at the bottom of the splash screen you have to email with proof of purchase to get access to the support forum, as an additional anti piracy measure. Kind of a pain, but you only have to do it once, and you can't blame developers for wanting to safeguard their work.
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  • Fibber's Avatar
    Today, 14:42
    ....did you know that when the USS Houston went down with the HMAS Perth in the Battle of the Sundra Strait that the city of Houston began to fund raise money for a new ship to be named the USS Houston. The drive was so successful that 85 million dollars was raised to cover the cost a new ship. The money was enough to fund the new Houston and a light aircraft carrier as well. That second ship was already under construction at NY Shipbuilding at Camden NJ. The name of that second ship was the San Jacinto (CVL-30).
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  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 14:22
    Many thanks Baldy and Uncle Tgt. Great models and skins.:applause::applause:
    5 replies | 157 view(s)
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