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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 01:25
    Well you'll be happy now that Les Bleus have finally managed to grind out a win ! :applause:
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  • StormILM's Avatar
    Today, 01:07
    StormILM replied to a thread Dcs f/a-18c in DCS Combat Simulator
    I just went and checked my email and I didn't receive anything like this (indicating a release date). The only thing close to that was the original invoice but nothing notated like mentioned here. Looking at the current progression (and my own experience in development/testing), I'd tend to think mid to late May. If it's ready by late April, that's all the more great.
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  • baldy's Avatar
    Today, 00:59
    Thank you all for your kind wishes - having now passed the Biblical term of three score years and ten I am now playing extra time - thanks again baldy
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  • bazzar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:58
    Thankyou Paul, you can rest assured that we are as passionate about this beautiful aeroplane as any and we have every intention of making it the very best representation that we can. Stand by for more as we too learn and update.:engel016:
    32 replies | 1587 view(s)
  • Switchblade408's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:14
    I'll give it my best, sir! I was just curious if anyone had beaten me to it. I'm starting out on Blender, so I am still pretty green. Haven't made anything of note yet.
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  • Bradburger's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:40
    Bazzar, Looking back at that thread I should have course picked up on the confusion! (I failed to mention it was silver and box shaped). heywood is right in that these classics do indeed draw a level of attention quite possibly not seen with other types. And it's interesting that it mirrors to an extent what today's owners and restorers of these classics are doing! (That is, trying everything down to minutest of details as correct and accurate as possible).
    32 replies | 1587 view(s)
  • alcanallen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:29
    Thanks for the response,yes it runs fine except for stuttering in some missions,also when first firing the guns it pauses for a second or two before going off,my FPS are up in the high 50`s so i don`t understand why the jerky pauses. are there any tweaks i can try? alcanallen.
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  • lazarus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:17
    Go for it! Jump in, get it on. Do not... plead ignorance, or 'no skills', no time, or other cop-outs. Every single contributor is self taught. Loads of info, how to's, assistance... Load's of free tools- just look at what Robert is doing with Blender. I work with sketchup, also free. So, jump in. But 'pleasepleaseplease' and 'gentle suggestions' or other grovelling will likely be met with silence, or this, or derision. It's not hard. Hell, even I can chum out a minimally acceptable model or two, and me are dum. And drunk. Usually pretty high, with rank body hair and halitosis... What're you waiting for?
    2 replies | 162 view(s)
  • boxcar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:09
    . ___ Am so good at being bad sometimes...
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  • stovall's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:58
    Love the AH Dunkirk Spitfire!!!
    32 replies | 1587 view(s)
  • boxcar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:52
    Used as an example company, not as a fact of software provider. You're putting words in my mouth and twisting my meaning. Orbx provided FSW with global base textures though. . . . .
    6 replies | 643 view(s)
  • mongoose's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:27
    To CFS3 Other add-Ons This is a re upload of Frosty's work, some of which has been seen in threads on H2S and TAC displays here.
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  • heywooood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:24
    models of the most pivotal Warbirds draw such intense scrutiny and criticism from the community, and probably no other more than the MkI Spitfire - It's a wonder they are taken on as projects at all. I'm not saying the fans of these planes of fame should do any less - a job worth doing is worth doing well..and a paying customer has the right to expect quality commensurate with the price tag. But I am saying that it takes courage for a developer to take them on at all, knowing that they can expect reams of lets call it encouragement to get it 'right' Also that it keeps happening despite every plea from every developer to use the proper method of reporting that those laundry lists of encouragements end up Thank you to Aeroplane Heaven for taking them on - The...
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  • Penzoil3's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:23
    OrbX doesn't make software for FSW.
    6 replies | 643 view(s)
  • SSI01's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:10
    That "Sim Starter" sounds like quite the program. Because of the way the program was written, apparently, I've been able to install multiple iterations of FS9 on my computer, each iteration having in it aircraft peculiar to that time period. One for "early" (1903-1950), "1950s" (1950-59), and so on. No conflicts between versions and everything works fine. Sure cuts down on load time for each sim, too. It is possible, with Sim Starter, to do the same with FSX? That is, have different time periods covered in each version of FSX, just as in the FS9 setup I've described?
    7 replies | 281 view(s)
  • scotth6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:57
    scotth6 replied to a thread Dcs f/a-18c in DCS Combat Simulator
    How do you mean shipping details? Surely the product is provided as a download through an update to DCS as usual. I would be a bit wary if I got that email. Cheers,
    92 replies | 6852 view(s)
  • bazzar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:47
    As usual we will be releasing updates for these models and I will incorporate what I can. The "tank" issue is a classic example of confusing components. You will find a voltage regulator mounted low down behind the pilot seat. I've obviously got that mixed up. I will remove it and add the silver box tank to the SP build. Thanks Paul.:engel016:
    32 replies | 1587 view(s)
  • dmaloof's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:46
    so this medialink has the missing parts from the previous 8part upload?
    8 replies | 473 view(s)
  • jeansy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:36
    jeansy replied to a thread Airport Texture Issues in Prepar3D V4
    To be honest i havent had a look recently as ive done a few reinstalls of windows this yr I think there was a conflict with pearl harbour naval base and the payware i was using By FSDT but everything else tied in Its all created around the photoreal package by the same group so i would assume there should be no problems Ripord was kind enough to give me a copy of his USN addon which has a revamped peral harbour, so i really should have another look soon But im glad the migration fixed the water issue
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  • Bradburger's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:16
    Apologies Baz. Yes, it would be better to use the official support channels, but I get so used to you and other developers being on here, it seems natural! (I'll send the above via JF support). To clarify, the hydraulic tank is actually the silver 'box' with the filler cap that is mounted approximately halfway on the starboard side of the fuselage behind the pilot's seat frame, as in the picture I took of it on P9374 that you show, part of a batch I linked in your announcement thread. The black circular item is actually a different type of voltage regulator that was fitted to the pilot's seat frame behind the headrest on the early Spitfire MK.Is, as per P9374 & N3200, X4650 etc (i.e. all MK.Is produced up until the end of 1940).
    32 replies | 1587 view(s)
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