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  • klnowak's Avatar
    Today, 04:10
    greetings Klaus
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  • greycap.raf's Avatar
    Today, 04:10
    Now that... that was some of the weirdest stuff I've seen and I've seen quite a lot. Diablo III settings to get CFS3 to run. :dejection: But it works!
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  • Priller's Avatar
    Today, 04:03
    Devildog73, Could you tell us what CPU's those two machines have? Oh, and having a 300W PS is one helluvah bottleneck. Having that little electric power will make all your hardware throttle back. Priller
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  • rohan's Avatar
    Today, 04:00
    Sylvain, you are an exceedingly generous contributor to our skies - thank you very much for all that you do for us, Ro :applause: :wavey:
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  • ian elliot's Avatar
    Today, 03:52
    Milo airfield, Trapani, Sicily for FSX Milo airfield near the town of Trapani on the western tip of Sicily on the Mediterranean coast Also includes the airfield of Castelvetrano, about 15 miles south of Trapani Originally built for the Regia Aeronautica in the 1920's, and very important for the supply effort for axis force's in North Africa. The airfield was joint operated with JU52 and Me323 gigants and Bf109 (JG27) fighters on the Luftwaffe side and Italian units operating Fiat CR42 and Ju87's
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  • MajorMagee's Avatar
    Today, 03:50
    In case you're having a problem with getting AA to work with AnKor's Shaders there is a fix involving setting Antialiasing Compatibility with Nvidia Profile Inspector.
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  • Elmar's Avatar
    Today, 03:49
    I already tried that but you can just find the USAF and N388PD livery, but I'm looking for the cargo and special mission model, too.
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  • MajorMagee's Avatar
    Today, 03:43
    Yes, there is a fix for the AA issue. This has been needed for a few years now, as something changed in the Win 10 Fall creators Update (Late 2017) that killed it.
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  • hawk_sh's Avatar
    Today, 03:36
    The download links point to AVSIM. So if you search in the AVSIM library for "Oppenheimer" for example you will find some Learjets there.
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  • MustangL2W's Avatar
    Today, 03:34
    Cannot get over the Beauty and Majesty of this B-24! Can't wait to spend my time stuck at home Flying this thing. My Thanks to you painters that resurrect these marvelous machines for us to appreciate and memorialize those who served with them. This certainly keeps their memories alive!!
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  • sdsbolt's Avatar
    Today, 03:33
    Hmmmm......I think you improved the look of the fuselage since I last saw it. Excellent work.
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    Today, 03:00
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  • Manschy's Avatar
    Today, 02:50
    Thank you guys. Michel, thank you very much for this valuable link. But those days, the brits had the barriers simply moved by the current start direction. So in most case, aircraft start and land against the wind, so this barrier was up. I think I will leave it as it is now.:D
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  • greycap.raf's Avatar
    Today, 02:39
    Good and understandable reasons, thanks! :encouragement: However I've developed a new problem, and a pretty interesting one at that. After some hardware (and software) revisions I now have a W10 machine - and CFS3 runs, no problems with that. How it runs though is a complete mystery to me. More specifically, anti-aliasing doesn't work when the shaders are applied. The latest Nvidia drivers are in use. The story began when I got everything in working order, fired up CFS3 for the first time, and immediately noticed all the jagged edges. I then combed through all the Nvidia 3D settings, double checked them to be the same (or higher) as they used to be, and no luck. The only setting that makes a difference is the FXAA which looks so bad that no thanks. Originally I thought that the...
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 02:36
    Stuart, Thank you very much for this; another ship sorely needed for the Bismark chase, not to mention the Malayan campaign!
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  • Dangerous Beans's Avatar
    Today, 02:31
    I'm not a guru and I have no experience of that card. However the GT1030 is available with 2 types of memory, DDR4 and GDDR5 and it makes a BIG difference in how it will perform. Here's a video from Gamers Nexus on the subject. Hope its of some help.
    2 replies | 695 view(s)
  • Elmar's Avatar
    Today, 02:29
    Hi there! In the last few days I was wondering where to find the Learjet 35A variants from Freeware Flight Group. Unfortunately they quit and with the help of the wayback machine I could figure out which models they created. So I'd like to ask you folks If someone knows a little more how and where to get the formerly offered models, like in the attached screenshots? Thanks so much and cheers!
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  • mpni's Avatar
    Today, 02:29
    Hi Manfred With SODE you can have the barrier going up or down with a specific command: Have a look here: Animation must be in the barrier model. I think it is better than the wind for your beautifull scenery. Regards Michel
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  • vonernsk's Avatar
    Today, 02:12
    Captain Sim's 'Legendary C-130 Hercules base pack and add-on packs have only improved over time and the increase of computer power and graphics power that I have been able to deploy on them. The various cockpits are the most complex I have encountered in FS2004 for a turbine prop powered Cargo a/c. While I have been very happy trundling a C-130A around using an almost WWII era analogue instrumented cockpit, the later versions such as the C-130J and C-130J-30 could really do with a digital face-lift'. I use Ernie Alston's ISG1 'glass' gauges, both for their ease of installation and their simple operational excellence. However - attempting to modify and upgrade Captain Sim's cockpits with some ISG1 gauges has proved to be a task far beyond my normal limited tweaking, conducted through...
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