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  • MajorMagee's Avatar
    Today, 06:03
    I currently have 14 different installs running in Win 10 without any of them needing to use compatibility settings. Many of these have been carried along from XP to Vista, to Win 7, to Win 10, and have gone through several major hardware changes and hard drive losses. As was mentioned, the most important thing each time was running MultCFS3. One thing about Win 10 is that it steadfastly blocks any game from accessing a CD/DVD drive to do an ownership validity check, so you need to be using a version that doesn't require a disk in the drive to run.
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  • llanning08's Avatar
    Today, 05:34
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS 2004 Scenery Description: Pattonville Airfield by Climbspeed.de This file contains the V1.6 version of the Climbspeed scenery for the small airfield Pattonville near Stuttgart Germany. The software was released by www.climbspeed.de as freeware, but became lost after the domain climbspeed disappeared. This file does not use an installer. All the documentaion is in German with no English translation available. The scenery was mentioned several times as one of the best 10 airfields ever made for FS9. The scenery was uploaded here for preservation, but anybody who can claim the rights on this scenery can request me to withdraw it.
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  • petesmiffy's Avatar
    Today, 05:24
    I have the same problem as DaveWG. I tried Ctrl/Shift/F4 and F1 but no improvement.
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  • beercan's Avatar
    Today, 05:20
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  • peperez's Avatar
    Today, 05:12
    The Warwick was used at large numbers. There'is no native CFS2 Vampire and it will be useful at a RAF46 install! Cheers Pepe
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  • Roxane-21's Avatar
    Today, 05:08
    Most people here are requesting more aircraft (new models or updates of old ones), but after dowloading the new Battle of France packages (thanks again!) I realized that beside BoF and BoB there is no British fighter campaign for ETO! I think something like a Spitfire squadron campaign from 1941 to 1945 (and maybe a 1945 Tempest campaign) would be a great addition to our good old CFS2.
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  • kdriver's Avatar
    Today, 04:59
    Congratulations Andrew! Great screenshots too! :applause: Cheers! :ernaehrung004:
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  • YoYo's Avatar
    Today, 04:53
    100? Wow! :biggrin-new: Its good idea to check how it looks or works on P3Dv4 platform too (if the are very old ;) ).
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 04:52
    Good morning, All four components have now been released. I hope you enjoy. :encouragement: Please remember, feedback helps to improve or correct issues. With a package this large, it's almost inevitable that something gets missed despite a very thorough check-through. I won't know if you do not speak up. Also, please make sure to read all instructions, especially with regards to the handful of downloads you will still need for a few ships and Lindsay Watt's objects. ​I still think the flak accuracy on some missions may still be an issue, but we'll correct that as it is brought up.
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  • Roxane-21's Avatar
    Today, 04:51
    Thank you!!! :redfire:
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 04:47
    The B-57 VC Update is available in the Warbirds Library, however I left one texture out. This one goes to the seat as it's seen in the VC pics from the "B-57 Canberra" Thread. Just drop it in the common texture folder and overwrite if you wish to keep it.
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  • CFS2 BoB Team's Avatar
    Today, 04:47
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Campaigns Add-Ons Description: This is Part Ic of the Battle of France - Part I campaign package. In this third package, you will find the GSL scenery objects, anti-aircraft guns, buildings, game sounds, nationality screens, voice packs, and all other equipment required, (except for the scenery folders) including the campaigns and missions themselves. Those who work is included in this package and who should be thanked for their efforts include Wozza, Allen, Ravenna, Jim Jacobson, Blood_Hawk23, Robert John, Wolfi, Xavierb, Ian Elliot, Canion, Steve Seybolt, Serge Tremblay, Franz Von Baron, Ajax, Lawdog2360, Pen32Win, Usio, UncleTgt, Tobob, Gary20, Stuart277, Simonu, Sander De Cocq, Paul Rebuffat, Psullykeys, Davmag,...
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  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 04:42
    Very Nice Thanks for this repaint. :encouragement:
    1 replies | 41 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 04:39
    Thanks Yo-Yo! I decided to go take a look at what I actually uploaded and what I have in my own scenery folders. Counted approx. 70 in the Warbirds Library and another 30 that I never uploaded for one reason or another. Going from New Jersey north to Maine is where the bulk of those 30 are placed and then the few I did last year in Alaska and the Bahamas. So roughly 100 small airport sceneries. Thanks for doing the map!!
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  • DaveWG's Avatar
    Today, 04:35
    AH Hurricane over Orbx GB TE South.
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  • DaveWG's Avatar
    Today, 04:33
    Lovely model. :encouragement:
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  • Killer Svend's Avatar
    Today, 04:13
    Why pay a lot af attention on aircrafts produced in one or two pieces or even in only prototypes? Better upgrade exscisting ones i.e. the heavies in RAF bomber command Stirlig,Halifax, Lancaster,Wellington,Whitley.--New textures, panels and sounds:very_drunk: Killer Svend
    65 replies | 2868 view(s)
  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 03:34
    Pierre Le Gloan (6 January 1913 11 September 1943) was a French ace of World War II. Unique in the annals of wartime flying, he scored victories against German, Italian and British forces. He was killed in a landing accident in September 1943. After he had won a civil aviation scholarship as teenager, he joined the French Air Force when he became 18. At the outbreak of the war he was stationed in the Rheims area where he shot down his first German aircraft, flying a Morane Saulnier M.406. When the Germans invaded France his unit was assigned to protect Belgium. On the 1st of Juni his unit was moved to the South of France to be re-equipped with the Dewoitine D.520. After Italy declared war to France on the 10th of June, Le Glaon's unit flew patrols to intercept the Italian Bombers....
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  • fabulousfour's Avatar
    Today, 03:25
    Could this be the Sturtevant S-4 as a landplane, Kevin?
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 03:20
    Hi Nater, I think many from us came from plastic models. Virtual aircraft are much easier! You always have the correct paint, they don't collect dust, and they don't loose fragile parts when somebody decides to dust them off..... Good luck, repainting is addictive..... Cheers, Huub
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