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  • RichNagel's Avatar
    Today, 22:35
    After all of these years of playing CFS2, something that I just noticed: The AI when piloting a TBD-1 Devastator won't shoot the tail gunner at me. If I'm in front of them, their front guns shoot at my aircraft. But, if I'm tailing them, they don't fire at me at all. I tried it in Quick Combat (me in a Zero, behind 8 TBD-1 Devastators), as well as an AI anti-ship mission, but had the same results. BTW, I have a separate converted AI TBD-1 Devastator that is player flyable, and it indeed has a shootable tail gun that I can shoot, so I know that the stock aircraft has a tail gun. Is this a bug that I've never noticed in the game before, or am I missing something here?
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  • mav's Avatar
    Today, 22:01
    Nice Helios... but what's with the blow up dolls in the cockpit!? Lol
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  • jankees's Avatar
    Today, 21:53
    jankees replied to a thread Screenshots in MSFS (FS2020)
    No, it's a port over from FSX of the FR B-24, which will not be distributed. But it shows how great she looks in MFS, right? I'll post the odd shots here and there to wet your appetites. I do hope Mike gets round to bringing it to MFS, but then there's the Spit Mk.V and the Seafire, and the DC-4, and the Halifax...
    6514 replies | 1109648 view(s)
  • ViperPilot2's Avatar
    Today, 20:37
    I'm cautiously optimistic; I'll keep my fingers crossed in hopes nothing is lost in the Transfer.:encouragement:
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  • joe bob's Avatar
    Today, 20:32
    Actually Carver did not invent peanut butter, it was already invented as a food for diabetics and other medical conditions prior to his publications on peanuts.
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  • Captain Kurt's Avatar
    Today, 18:27
    Hi Guys, The Finnish versions were an earlier model and in some cases a mishmash with some parts from the earliest full canopy models (which I am still modeling for Huub). Slightly different cowl, rudder, spinner etc. If there is some interest in the Finland versions I can put one together. It would be a specific model as there wasn't a lot of homogeneity among the 35 that went to Finland, especially after maintenance rebuilds were done.
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  • DennyA's Avatar
    Today, 16:56
    DennyA replied to a thread Screenshots in MSFS (FS2020)
    Whoah, Jan Kees... A B-24? Is that the Flight Replicas Liberator ported over? (Or even better, is FR letting you test/paint the MSFS native version? :-) ) I applaud your efforts! I know there a whole bunch of us who would love to fly it someday.
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  • Guitarzan's Avatar
    Today, 16:43
    It's not connected to the internet.. it's just 2 win xp computers connected to each other with a cat5 cable. Tcp/ip. Last night I downloaded a couple ww1 planes to my phone.. today I used a usb card reader to transfer the plane files from my phones microbsd card to the win xp computer.. and then I unzipped them. So now all I need to know is how do I get them into the cfs2 a planes folder.? Tomorrow is Saturday and I'll have some time to try and figure it out.. but it woukd be nice to know ahead of time what steps I'll need to take to get the planes into cfs2. Any help with that would be greatly appreciated.. thx
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  • Mick's Avatar
    Today, 15:58
    Thanks Bob! :ernaehrung004: That goes into it further. I think I'll patch it into the Panels SDK for future reference.
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  • Threedp's Avatar
    Today, 15:10
    If you ever get it working, just for fun, I cobbled together a splash screen for it if you like. Note: As always, I'm just pulling stuff willy-nilly from all over the web when I do this. I can't imagine anyone getting worked up if an image of theirs is used in a splash screen for a 20+ year old sim where no one involved is making any money!
    2 replies | 332 view(s)
  • skylane's Avatar
    Today, 15:05
    Kurt, thank you very much for another great airplane! :applause:
    14 replies | 558 view(s)
  • jackryan172's Avatar
    Today, 14:31
    That is the warm waters of the Mediterranean. However it has large mountain behind you, the viewer, that is pretty famous. Sean
    4 replies | 105 view(s)
  • rohan's Avatar
    Today, 14:30
    Thanks for the update - file downloaded and saved, Ro
    14 replies | 558 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 14:17
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German Description: Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3 by Design Team Daedalus Unit: 4./JG 1 "White 15" Germany, 1940 Pilot: Frankenreich Frühjahr To improve the performance of the Bf 109E, the last two real prototypes (V16 and V17) were constructed. These received some structural improvements and more powerful armament. Both were the basis of the Bf 109 E-3 version. The E-3 was armed with the two MG 17s above the engine and one MG FF cannon in each wing. Some units began receiving the E-3 by September 1939. A total of 1,276 E-3 were built, including 83 E-3a export versions.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 14:10
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German Description: Messerschmitt Bf 109E-1 by Design Team Daedalus Unit: 2./JG21 "Black 11," Unit unknown Pilot: Unknown To improve on the performance afforded by the 690 hp Jumo 210 of the earlier Bf 109 versions, the larger, longer 1080 hp Daimler-Benz DB 601A engine was used. As a consequence, the nose, cooling system, and wings had to be redesigned resulting in the classic Bf 109 series. In late 1938, the Bf 109E entered production. It entered general service with the Luftwaffe in the spring of 1939. A total of 1,183 E-1 were built, 110 of them were E-1/B fighter bomber versions.
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  • TiAr's Avatar
    Today, 13:32
    Red Wing is working hard on its really nice L-1049G. Now we have V2.5 and it works great. So I decided to rework my older Repaints and share them to community. The first of them are now availabe again. All have gray cockpit style. D-ALOF by Thomas Roehl, auf Flickr D-ALUB3 by Thomas Roehl, auf Flickr D-ALAN by Thomas Roehl, auf Flickr I collectet four Lufthansa repaints to one pack.
    214 replies | 37449 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 13:02
    Rami replied to a thread Fiat G.50 bis in CFS2 General Discussion
    Kurt, Many thanks for another wonderful aircraft, it is appreciated! :santahat: Rohan, Huub Vink beat me to posting a pic and link to the older model with the Finnish skin. :encouragement:
    14 replies | 558 view(s)
  • gustooo's Avatar
    Today, 12:54
    V MUST SWEEP! One more time! That worked One Eye! OFF Wormy, Winco, Fre, Firestorm, One Eye Cyas Monday!
    1524 replies | 246798 view(s)
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