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  • aleatorylamp's Avatar
    Today, 10:19
    Hello NoDice, OK, got them - Thanks. I´ll see what I can do! Cheers, Aleatorylamp
    39 replies | 695 view(s)
  • No Dice's Avatar
    Today, 10:09
    These may help ?? Payloads ** Building custom payloads for CFS2 by Martin Wright and Simon Porter ***
    39 replies | 695 view(s)
  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 10:01
    S C U D ! !
    13 replies | 1472 view(s)
  • blanston12's Avatar
    Today, 09:47
    It would be fairly simple, you would first have to install the python runtime (available from, copy the program into a folder on your system and then double click on it to run it. It will then create two files in that same. The first would contain a spreadsheet with of all the aircraft in your system, the second would be a list of all the duplicates. I still need to modify it to do that second part but it would be simple for me to do, and I can get it to you tomorrow, PM me your email if your interested.
    8 replies | 365 view(s)
  • SkippyBing's Avatar
    Today, 09:44
    SkippyBing replied to a thread Firefly in Prepar3D V4
    Links to sites you can get the Firefly, and a few more screenshots, are now up on my blog.
    6 replies | 376 view(s)
  • Bjoern's Avatar
    Today, 09:40
    The plates are likely reinforcements against shedded prop ice or lost blades.
    11 replies | 688 view(s)
  • Led Zeppelin's Avatar
    Today, 09:35
    Fantastic! :applause:
    258 replies | 32008 view(s)
  • MustangL2W's Avatar
    Today, 08:48
    Has anyone done a repaint for the JustFlight Mosquito of HJ711? The Mosquito NF II that has just been rolled out of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at Eask Kirkby? I'm not sure this one is supposed to Fly, but at least it is there and will be a Running model for people to see and experience. Would be nice to Fly it in FSX/P3D
    0 replies | 24 view(s)
  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 08:43
    It would if it is something easy to use? I am not that good at anything complicated! NC
    8 replies | 365 view(s)
  • giruXX's Avatar
    Today, 08:17
    My next: (hoping it's new here)
    17819 replies | 2515643 view(s)
  • aleatorylamp's Avatar
    Today, 07:46
    Hello Ravenna, Here´s the better stuff now: One horizontal 110 lb bomb .bgl, and one slanted 110 lb bomb bgl, (nose-up by 7 degrees), both built in position 0,0,0. Colours are dark grey body and grey fins. Hopefully they will be recognized and accepted by DP for CFS2. If they are correctly placed, I will modify the bomb racks on the Gotha G.IV to fit. If you would like them texturesd, or otherwise modified, do let me know and I will gladly try.
    39 replies | 695 view(s)
  • roger-wilco-66's Avatar
    Today, 07:21
    A quick washing of the console through Quixel spits out this: I follow the route of assigning multi materials 3dsmax to the elements of the mesh, and render a diffuse map. After exporting the mesh ( OBJ) I open the mesh in Quixel, together with the color coded diffuse map. In Quixel you can assign your desired materials to the respective colors. This requires some careful planning and analysis of your asset while you're still in the 3d design program. You always can change materials later though if needed. There are other ways of doing that, even without multi material colors. The rendered map for the specimen above looks like this (this not the original file):
    102 replies | 4177 view(s)
  • boxcar's Avatar
    Today, 07:06
    One of the better aviator interviews you'll find. Used to help Richard Graham suit up as well as install him into the sled, Don Emmons was his RSO at the time of my service. Some truly fascinating history, honored to have had a part in it all. .
    0 replies | 38 view(s)
  • Javis's Avatar
    Today, 06:59
    You're welcome, Aharon. :) Btw, it is of course not like the C-53 was the only version used for dropping para's. The C-47 (with 'normal' pax/cargo door combo) was used for that just as much. Another interesting 'point' of distinguishing between the C-47 and its civil DC-3 version is that the latter had the 'pointy' tail where many C-47's were equipped with a 'glider-tow tail'. You can see the difference between the pointy tail of the C-53 and the glider-tow tail of the C-47 in the drawing above as well.
    11 replies | 688 view(s)
  • Javis's Avatar
    Today, 06:55
    Nice pics, Ted! Never noticed these reinforced plates before. Both C-41 and C-41A were staff transport but what about those plates, éh ?... Plates on both sides but cockpit door only on port side. Still, maybe has to do with the removal of it ?
    11 replies | 688 view(s)
  • dvj's Avatar
    Today, 06:52
    OooooH Yeah! Now that's a beauty. Can't wait.
    28 replies | 2089 view(s)
  • Javis's Avatar
    Today, 06:43
    Better watch out going there, Denny, you might end up in a swamp. To name but a few : C-48, C-49, C-49A, C-49B, C-49C, C-49D, C-49E, C-49F, C-49G, C-49H, C-49J, C-49K, C-50, C-50A, C-50B, C-50C, C-50D, C-51, C-52, C-52A, C-52B, C-52C, C-52D, C-68, C-84..... :)
    11 replies | 688 view(s)
  • Shessi's Avatar
    Today, 06:41
    Borek you star!! :triumphant: I was going to ask nicely (lol) if I could have a play with the source file for Fs9 and CFS2! And you've gone and done it, great stuff. I appreciate this model is for CFS3, but will you be releasing for Fs9 etc? And yes you're right, the 'look' is worse than CFS3, that's why I think that there are parallels between CFS3 (with Ankors shaders) and FSX. Cheers Shessi
    258 replies | 32008 view(s)
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