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  • Hurricane91's Avatar
    Today, 16:27
    Nice photo, thanks for posting.
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  • Hurricane91's Avatar
    Today, 16:26
    I'm sure a "no dolly A version" would be well appreciated by all. I have some references on the 234, let me know if you need anything, and I'll see if I can find it.
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  • grover1's Avatar
    Today, 16:05
    Been working on some missions lately, but nothing too fancy.
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  • johndetrick's Avatar
    Today, 15:40
    I just saw the Arado 234 at the National Air and Space Museum. You just don't realize how small it was until you see it in person. Especially since the monster DO-335 was parked next to it.
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  • msfossey's Avatar
    Today, 15:24
    Looking great AcWai, can't wait to fly her. msfossey
    9 replies | 1217 view(s)
  • Stinger's Avatar
    Today, 14:34
    20 years of flight simming has taught me how to do it with out it.... and having a really fast hat switch to look around and i' ll switch to outside view if i lose track... track IR hasn't been around all that long. What did you do before it?
    9 replies | 1155 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 13:52
    Rami replied to a thread For Rami in CFS2 General Discussion
    Good evening, They did the venous angioplasty and the dilation between 11am and 2pm yesterday. There were no complications from the surgery, however, I did have to go back today to have the stitches removed. I should be back close to normal by the end of the weekend. I do have to do stomach shots of Lovanox for a couple of days, which I do not like until my warfarin level rebounds, but otherwise everything went off without complications. So, you guys donít have to worry about me. I still havenít figured out my laptop situation yet but will get to that when I get back and I look forward to enjoying the rest of my vacation. I wonít return home until July 30th, so I will be in touch for uploads and occasional posting, but Iíll resume normal communication upon my return to...
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  • highpockets's Avatar
    Today, 13:42
    Shessi I have had a UPS for a long time. Not a UPC :banghead: APC brand.:wavey:
    6 replies | 684 view(s)
  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 13:19
    Virpil VFX Grip <strong>
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  • PilatusTurbo's Avatar
    Today, 13:15
    Exactly my sentiments :bump:
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  • Devildog73's Avatar
    Today, 13:15
    Guys, Had/have a surge protector on the electrical plug-in. I think this one came through the LAN cables. Also, I got Meridian up and running and looking great. MB is fine and working. On Iceberg however the MB gives me the below "Failed to initialize" error. Anyone know where to look to get it working again? Campaigns are up and running. Scenery needs some work as I lost the add-on buildings and decimated Tokyo scenery after the firebombing of down town. DD
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  • PilatusTurbo's Avatar
    Today, 13:11
    Yes, I know their 25, specifically is still available. I was asking about their Lear 20 Series package, which is no longer available from them, directly. Not intersted in just the 25, nor for $50 (Yes, I get it, that's now a 'reasonable' price for payware these days-not doing it :) ). I also really have my heart set on a 23 or 24. I'll check out Lionheart's again. How is it on performance and optimization? That's the main question I want from your guys' experiences; which of these are frame rate friendly, more so than another. I'll check it out, Bjoern. :) Thanks guys :)
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  • JamieC's Avatar
    Today, 12:46
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  • delta_lima's Avatar
    Today, 12:40
    I'm hoping we can let Klaus focus on the already-ambitious programme he has going on. Just my view. Klaus - it's insanely well modelled, and almost perfectly timed. I'm looking forward to this whenever you release it - it'll be heavily enjoyed. For those that don't know, I started a thread yeas ago on a revamped Cape Canaveral from the 1969s during the Mercury period. It adds a bunch of launchers, creating a gorgeous Missile Row, and removes the VAB. Details here:! Making this relevant to the Apollo programme, I created two "Capes" installs - a 1962 version, as per the above, and then a 1970 version, which had the VAB added back in. It created a lovely atmospheric version...
    16 replies | 2047 view(s)
  • Baragouin's Avatar
    Today, 12:33
    Non ti preoccupare (don't worry) Lefty I'll take my Revenge now...this is a DAR10 (I don't know if she's the version A or F because they are both externally alike) Cheers Carlo
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  • aleatorylamp's Avatar
    Today, 12:16
    Hello All! The finishing touches have been done, and Ravenna has kindly given me a hand with the Dp files, that were giving me a headache with all the numbers... Here are some screenshots to show the bombloads, as well as Martin Kleinīs expertise with some of the incredible textures he created. Shown are G.Vb in conspicuous daylight livery, "Princess Peach" as we baptized her affectionately, all bombed up ready for take-off, then the awe-inspiring G.Va fire-breathing "Dragon" going on a mission, then beautiful G.V "Cassiopeia" flying through a storm, and another G.V, the "Snake", patiently waiting in the rain.
    98 replies | 7773 view(s)
  • Manschy's Avatar
    Today, 12:15
    Manschy replied to a thread C-47 update in Prepar3D V4
    21 replies | 1208 view(s)
  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    Today, 12:04
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  • AcWai's Avatar
    Today, 12:01
    Special thanks to rince33 for helping me with the cockpit panel. I will wait until after this weekend to upload it, I am trying to see if there are any more changes that need to be made. Here are some screen shots of the cockpit.
    9 replies | 1217 view(s)
  • AcWai's Avatar
    Today, 11:54
    AcWai replied to a thread For Rami in CFS2 General Discussion
    It is nice to know that the surgery went well. Take care of your health first, and stop worrying about Sim-outhouse.:applause:
    269 replies | 27791 view(s)
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