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  • Ranger75's Avatar
    Today, 04:36
    Door hinges, steps and amphibian gear locations.
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  • Killer Svend's Avatar
    Today, 03:44
    As far as I can see, RAF changed all codes in september 1939 it means that the codes in spring 1940 suppose to be as folows: 1.sq.= JX (not T) 3.- =QO 73 - =TP ( not P) 87 - =LK Am I right or wrong Killer Svend:wavey:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 03:41
    Kurt, Thanks for finding out the answer to these questions, I appreciate it. :encouragement:
    10 replies | 835 view(s)
  • klnowak's Avatar
    Today, 03:39
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FSX Ships Description: Midway-class aircraft carrier 1950th The Midway-class aircraft carrier was a series of three aircraft carriers of the United States Navy. The lead ship, USS Midway, was commissioned in late 1945 and was taken out of service in 1992. USS Franklin D. Roosevelt was decommissioned in 1977. USS Coral Sea was decommissioned in 1990. The CVB-41-class vessels (then unnamed) were originally conceived in 1940 as a design study to determine the effect of including an armored flight deck on a carrier the size of the Essex class. The resulting calculations showed that the effect would be a reduction of air group size—the resulting ship would have an air group of 64, compared to 72 for the standard Essex-class fleet...
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 03:34
    Kevin, Temps here today will reach 12 degrees Centigrade (54 degrees Fahrenheit) just before noon with rain, and will be falling to about -8 degrees Centigrade (18 degrees Fahrenheit) by tomorrow morning. We're having an unseasonably early cold blast, and what begins as rain will end this afternoon as a changeover to a mix and snow for a few hours, although it won't stick to the roads yet, just on grassy surfaces. 52-54 degrees Fahrenheit is about the normal high temperature for this time of year. Two days this week it will be 15-20 degrees below normal (Fahrenheit) two other days at least ten degrees below normal. Maybe we should swap places to help those fires burning there. Kevin - Sorry to hear your family's friends has been affected. But I'm also glad that all of you are...
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  • roger-wilco-66's Avatar
    Today, 03:21
    It could help in case one fo the RBF flags catches fire :-)
    4 replies | 346 view(s)
  • kdriver's Avatar
    Today, 02:43
    Hi Andrew & Fellow Aussies, Thanks for thinking of us Andrew. All is well my end - I spent the day on Sydney Harbour in my kayak mixed with going for plenty of dips at various beaches to cool off. My sister lives on the mid north coast of NSW where visibility has been reduced to a couple of hundred yards due to smoke. Two of her friends have lost their houses in the rural/bushland area just to the west of where she lives (Nambucca Heads). Summer hasn't even officially begun and I fear we are going to see a lot more fires this season.
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  • expat's Avatar
    Today, 02:31
    . . . will have to break precedent and give this a try!
    8 replies | 280 view(s)
  • aeugli's Avatar
    Today, 02:19
    Hallo All! Did anybody manage to hear the voice of the GCA gauge (ATCs Allis and Alan) via headset instead via loudspeakers. You have to have two soundcards installed to do so; same as within FSX tone/sound settings: voice over soundcard 1 all other sounds (engines etc.) via soundcard 2 or vice versa. I E-mailed with Manfred Jahn and he suggested to use Dougs (DSD_SoundConfiguration.exe from 2012 for FSX). I tried that but with no avail. One week ago I sent a PM to Doug but no answer by now.
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 00:47
    Carlo, good to hear you are back home and on the mend - ciao, Mike (Mike, I think the vertical installation has a lot to do with lack of floor space, and the presence of children in a very popular museum - the last thing you want is a lot of kids clambering over a fragile old lady like that !)
    20151 replies | 3097194 view(s)
  • pomme homme's Avatar
    Today, 00:33
    I'm told, by someone who should know, that it is an example of 'installation art'. If that's so, I shan't hurry to attend any exhibitions of such. Glad to hear you're home from hospital, Carlo. My poorly ewe has wobbly legs too. So if you can let me know what causes yours, it might be possible to diagnose what is still causing her problem a week on!
    20151 replies | 3097194 view(s)
  • Bruce66's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:57
    Thanks guys!
    8 replies | 681 view(s)
  • simondix's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:50
    simondix replied to a thread Otto WHO? in FSX General Discussion
    I was just wondering how effective that fire extinguisher would be.
    4 replies | 346 view(s)
  • Baragouin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:42
    Just back from hospital a few days ago still with shaking legs. If it could be of any help I have in my collection pomme homme picture(exactly the same) which is labelled: Kay Type 32/1 (1932-UK) fitted with ABC Scorpion engine. Cheers Carlo
    20151 replies | 3097194 view(s)
  • DennyA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:17
    DennyA replied to a thread Otto WHO? in FSX General Discussion
    Somebody alert Tim Conrad. If anything would get him back to plane designing... ;)
    4 replies | 346 view(s)
  • assassinezzio's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:00
    Awesome Steve, your stuff always looks terrific
    185 replies | 26461 view(s)
  • alcanallen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:48
    Hi all,iv`e put many aircraft together for all my sims but this one has me stumped,i can`t get the cockpit to show,iv`e rechecked the file and all are in place yet this is what i get,any ideas? Yes the SJ Spitfire VIII are installed and working. alcanallen.
    0 replies | 139 view(s)
  • StormILM's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:57
    This model is night and day above the original NGX. The more I use it, the more it stands out. As far as how many Devs are working on updating recent or are building new models for 2020, there's a lot going on in the background and I predict it's going to take off like gangbusters once out. It's certainly got a lot going for it and a lot of rig flexibility. I am feeling positive about it.
    7 replies | 464 view(s)
  • roger-wilco-66's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:43
    That looks interesting, a very smooth design. It still seems a bit "beta" though. Note the red support strut that keeps the door open :-) I think it has some visibility issues from the cockpit. These windows are very small and there's a fat strut between the left and right side. Cheers, Mark
    4 replies | 346 view(s)
  • jeansy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:36
    My bad, you have until 31dec19 to purchase the new 737 after that you wont get the credit towards ms2020
    7 replies | 464 view(s)
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