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  • ncooper's Avatar
    Today, 08:07
    Hello David, I found this which not only answers your question but is the most amusing read I have had in a while.
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  • DaveQ's Avatar
    Today, 08:01
    DaveQ replied to a thread Bristol Beaufort in Prepar3D
    Got the Beaufort into FSX/P3D OK in general. Fixed some problems and done a paint of a No. 217 Sqdn aircraft as flown by my old German teacher Arthur Aldridge in the early months of the war. I'll do a couple more paints before finishing. Just realised - nose letter should be 'B'. :banghead::dizzy: One or two more bits to fix then I'll ask permission from Phil to upload.
    23 replies | 1003 view(s)
  • TimoBrouwer's Avatar
    Today, 07:44
    Thank you both! Got him :jump:
    3 replies | 73 view(s)
  • Dave(Dangerous)Boynton's Avatar
    Today, 07:26
    Found even more old files that we were working on a the time. @Frosty, NSS, Beaubrummie, Stumpjumper, Pat Pattle, Bravo and many others. Dave P.S> Sadly it looks as if I no longer have the C Type hanger I made for CFS3, which was my claim to fame as it was first hanger you could taxi through at the time.
    13 replies | 1053 view(s)
  • rhumbaflappy's Avatar
    Today, 07:19
    My brother has the tusk now, which is odd because he never played cribbage. Here's a link to what it looked like: It had a schooner on it, and was better than most of these examples. They frown on taking walrus tusks for this now...
    10 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Aharon's Avatar
    Today, 07:14
    Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a famous after work business commuting flight to go home from CYVR Vancouver International Airport located 7.5 miles from downtown Vancouver to CYXD Edmonton City Centre Airport located within the city of Edmonton just north of the city centre. On airborne on climb to fl330 after take off with nice background view of entire city landscape of Vancouver Still climbing with background view of Vancouver suburb called Richmond seen below the plane wings and view of Westham island as well as Fraser River can be seen below two fins (whatever they are called) located on bottom of the plane
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  • Dave(Dangerous)Boynton's Avatar
    Today, 06:54
    Hi Kev, I still got a lot of it but gotta install Gmax again and all that jazz. Back at the modelling and will be from now one. Will be spreading myself between DCS, FS2020 and now back into CFS3. Dave.
    18 replies | 3908 view(s)
  • warchild's Avatar
    Today, 06:53
    I love Active Sky in X-Plane.. Coupled with the cloud art clounds it delivers a jaw dropping experience.. i wish i had the videos i just made to upload.. sad I cant seem to wrap my brain around these new programs anymore..
    26 replies | 1198 view(s)
  • Priller's Avatar
    Today, 06:52
    Indeed! Let's keep safe and healthy. And for your fellow man when you venture outside: wear a mask. It's not for you, it is to protect others! It's not political or cultural at all, it is caring for your fellow man/woman/child. Priller
    4 replies | 205 view(s)
  • goodyzero's Avatar
    Today, 06:43
    goodyzero replied to a thread P3D_V5 Screenshots P3D V 5 in Prepar3D
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  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 06:16
    A light plane that first took the air some 50 years ago.
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  • mongoose's Avatar
    Today, 06:13
    mongoose replied to a thread Mossie's in CFS3 General Discussion
    Great news to hear you are healthy again, so stay away from idiots not socially distancing! I'm sure Ted will also be delighted to hear the news on the Mossies; especially NFs and intruders. I certainly am!:wavey::applause::ernaehrung004:
    13 replies | 1053 view(s)
  • Dave(Dangerous)Boynton's Avatar
    Today, 06:05
    Lets see how many of you remember this lot being worked on back in the day.... Still got all the files, just looking through the stuff I have managed to not lose over the years. Dave
    13 replies | 1053 view(s)
  • b52bob's Avatar
    Today, 05:59
    Your message goes so deep to the countless people affected by this virus. The world has changed forever, a new reality has set in. The aircraft market is swirling around the drain and I donít see a big return to pre-Covid levels. There are so many aircraft sitting around that will never return due to reduced schedules. flight sim is a great outlet for us that love aviation and the beauty of flight. 80% of realism for less than .00001% of real world expenditures. My thanks go out to all those companies big and small that have supported flight sims and continue to provide us with countless hours of enjoyment. Special thanks to those companies that stepped up to the plate by making it even more affordable with stay at home sales. I hope those companies have enjoyed great sales numbers. ...
    4 replies | 205 view(s)
  • Catboat's Avatar
    Today, 05:56
    I am 78, and retired 8 years ago, I managed to push it until I was 70, and it wasn,t health that got me but audits, you know the ones-ď well the insurance brokers are concernedĒ etc.etc. Still, I was lucky to work for a good company, and at least finished on a high note. And yes, I still miss it. Flight Simming has been a life saver. I can finally fly many of the aircraft that I dreamed of as a lad, and didnít get a chance to fly during my career. So thank you all, for your enthusiasm, your support, your boundless talent, your tremendous generosity, and your friendship. All this is always important, but never more so than during this current crisis. Thanks again.
    4 replies | 205 view(s)
  • stretch1365's Avatar
    Today, 05:44
    Hi, Just wanted to say a big thank you to Manfred and all the team for this most unusual aircraft. It flies lovely and feels really heavy, just as I would expect a big beast like this to behave. I have a couple of questions though, first, why did you originally pick such a relatively unknown, rare aircraft to build a model for, it is very quirky, which I like in my aircraft hanger. Also how did the real thing steer on the ground, was it through differential braking and a free castoring nose wheel, or through a tiller wheel like modern jets and the B97? I only as so I can set up my FSUIPC profile properly. Thanks again for this massive amazing beast!
    24 replies | 1371 view(s)
  • Dave(Dangerous)Boynton's Avatar
    Today, 05:41
    Hello all, Well I had a message from Pat saying that, apparently my Mossies were in a conversation/thread on here and so I came to see how my Mossies have managed to stay in around for all this time. I am currently on with a large project for DCS, which I started back in 2011 but because of life and health everything took a back seat and now I have the time and health back I'm on with that, but I DO still have all those beauties on my HDD. With a little patience and time if you allow me to, I will return to finishing the Mossies over the rest of this year along side my other projects, work and family..... lol. Kind regards,
    13 replies | 1053 view(s)
  • RichardLouis's Avatar
    Today, 05:23
    Oh you may be right Sean ... it's possible, these screenshots are so old that I wouldn't swear it was FS2004. If it is not, they certainly come from FSX. (I hope that I will be forgiven). Richard
    2558 replies | 572280 view(s)
  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 05:08
    All sounds very promising, Daiwilletti. Fighter sweeps clearing the sky ahead of a raid is good to see. In stock campaign missions, your squadron often gets a top cover (another 8 A/C) escort, flying above and behind and it would be good if (i) most times, raids had this (simulating its close escort) and (ii) sometimes, the RAF player also got another squadron flying top cover (to simulate two RAF squadrons intercepting the same raid together - Park switched to trying to send in 'paired' squadrons about the time the Germans increased their escort size, and other times two or more squadrons would be vectored to intercept the same raid, even if not arriving at the same time).
    55 replies | 951 view(s)
  • jmig's Avatar
    Today, 04:57
    jmig replied to a thread P3dv5 in Prepar3D
    Hello Pam, Place me in the 'Yea' column. As others have said, P3D V5 isn't perfect. However, in my opinion it is already better than P3D V4.5, which was the the best MSFS product ever produced. I initially has problems with my 4GB GTX 970 cards. (BTW: The 970 card is DX12 ready, so I assume your 1070 will be, also) However, once I replaced one of them with a GTX2070 Super, there was no looking back. I am running at a locked 35 fps with the sliders 3/4s to the right. With these settings I have way more autogen buildings and trees, and greater visual range than P3D V4. Others have already mentioned the wonderful atmosphere and clouds. I have not missed the lack REX products. Old reliable and 'simple' airplanes, such as Realair's SF-260, Bay Tower's RV-7, and Carenado's Mentor all...
    15 replies | 472 view(s)
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