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  • jeansy's Avatar
    Today, 23:40
    most of that is related to the copyright protection thats hidden the panel.cfg as a gauge##, normally you have to manually enter the xml code entry into the p3d dll.xml to get your gear and other surfaces back as its a fsx native, it will create one for fsx, if you look in your appdata folder you should see the fsx's dll.xml and you will be able to copy and paste it over however (theres always one) then its a case if the gauges are 64bit compliant coded? ie .xml based not .dll
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  • jeansy's Avatar
    Today, 23:20
    jeansy replied to a thread Cs b-52 in Prepar3D V4
    i really cant confirm as i dont get to really have time to play around after the wife and kid have gone to bed, and everything is muted once i saw the lighting/texture issues i deleted it and never thought about revisiting it
    10 replies | 496 view(s)
  • Dietmar's Avatar
    Today, 23:19
    Hi, it is a trivial youtube video, and not loading for you ?? Yes the two carriers are static on a fixed position. Regards Dietmar
    2 replies | 303 view(s)
  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 22:17
    Your Grandfather must have been with the MT-group than. I was a volunteer as well, but I guess I was a few years younger than your grandfather and still a bit "born to be wild" :biggrin-new: The S.14 is indeed a "wide body" aircraft, because tutor and student sat side by side. As this makes the wings look a kind of short, the aircraft looks a bit cartoonish. (Which I personally quite like). Cheers, Huub
    15 replies | 723 view(s)
  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    Today, 19:59
    I noticed that your airwing which is Crusaders and Skyhawks etc has an SH3 Seaking. It should have a UH2 Seasprite. Here is a link to the Airwings on the BHR assigned by WestPac. From 1964 - 1971 until decommissioned there were no Seakings in her Airwings though they did fly back and forth from Danang I remember on the USS America. Page down the list of carriers on the list and click on the Bon Homme Richard. A lot of interesting airwings back to Korea. :listening_headphone
    47 replies | 3552 view(s)
  • Essex's Avatar
    Today, 19:53
    2nd open beta already!
    7 replies | 561 view(s)
  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 19:29
    The last one I bothered trying was around 4 versions ago, and only because it came with a few older cars. I just couldn't get along with the career mode and generally disliked the feel of the package. Honestly, I've gone right off F1, so I won't bother with the latest version. :encouragement:
    2 replies | 45 view(s)
  • Wings of Gold's Avatar
    Today, 17:23
    I installed my CS 727-100 in P3Dv4 and anticipated it having no problems due to the previous report in this thread. That was almost correct (at least in my case). On take-off I realized that I had no elevator or aileron control (although I did indeed have rudder control and the gear and flaps worked). Anyone else experienced this? Wonder why some animations work and others don't? Best regards to you all, Bill
    315 replies | 90683 view(s)
  • b52bob's Avatar
    Today, 17:12
    b52bob started a thread PC Pilot X-plane 11 in X-Plane
    Just downloaded the latest issue and itís mainly XP-11. Interviews with Colin at milviz and also John at Orbz. Seeing more and more XP-11 in print, on the net! And flight sim sites.
    0 replies | 31 view(s)
  • Bomber_12th's Avatar
    Today, 17:08
    That Hellcat repaint looks superb, Duckie! Here are some shots from a flight with a couple dual radial types:
    12303 replies | 2442688 view(s)
  • Moses03's Avatar
    Today, 17:06
    Thanks Uli. Here is one that arrived about 14 years before the Loring. No bets on how airworthy it was. The designer seems awfully proud of his creation though.
    17984 replies | 2542850 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 16:51
    Rami replied to a thread For Rami in CFS2 General Discussion
    Gaucho_59, It was in my veins, not my arteries. And I am going to be doing a lot more walking.
    95 replies | 3115 view(s)
  • warchild's Avatar
    Today, 16:27
    Partly my fault WarHorse.. I had to padsss it off to Paul ( my partner ) and I did so just at the time Just Flight needed him to dig in and get some things done on some of their work.. I'll try and contact him and seee how its going..
    244 replies | 17460 view(s)
  • gaucho_59's Avatar
    Today, 16:05
    gaucho_59 replied to a thread For Rami in CFS2 General Discussion
    As you might remember I am retired since I was about 60... from the practice of anesthesia... I didn't want to mention anything to scare you... but now that you got through the worst part of it (the beginning)... let me tell you... you got some serious problems ahead... The IVC (inferior vena cava) is normally about a good 3-5 cm in diameter.... if they dilated it to 16 mm... you probably had industrial strength atherosclerosis... you need to really follow through... lose weight... eat sensibly... and do everything they advise you!!!! Forza Rami! and my very best wishes... Carlos
    95 replies | 3115 view(s)
  • No Dice's Avatar
    Today, 16:02
    No Dice replied to a thread For Rami in CFS2 General Discussion
    WOW, what great news... NEXT is the Boston Marathon.
    95 replies | 3115 view(s)
  • delta_lima's Avatar
    Today, 15:37
    The video's not loading for me, but reading from the file description, the use of ARRCAB suggests to me these carriers are static, right? That's the only way I can imagine AI operating off them, given current FSX limitations. thanks, dl
    2 replies | 303 view(s)
  • MaskRider's Avatar
    Today, 15:08
    MaskRider replied to a thread For Rami in CFS2 General Discussion
    Well done, Rami. MR
    95 replies | 3115 view(s)
  • WarHorse47's Avatar
    Today, 14:01
    Wow. Three months and no update. Time to BUMP this one. :bump:
    244 replies | 17460 view(s)
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