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  • YoYo's Avatar
    Today, 15:08
    YoYo replied to a thread P3D_V5 Screenshots P3D V 5 in Prepar3D
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  • Ivan's Avatar
    Today, 14:37
    Hello Aleatorylamp, The EJ Airacobra project was a serious learning experience in flight modelling. It is a great example of how things changed between FS98 and CFS AIR files. The center of lift offsets were meaningless because everything was done via moments. It took a lot of effort to get the instability where I wanted it to be..... Regarding the mistakes in A-20 drawings and specifications: The problem came about because of the design of the aircraft..... Everything is the same length from Station Zero on back, but the dimensions changed depending on the nose that was fitted and THOSE varied a lot in dimensions. The manual would often list a single overall length but the drawing that accompanied that specification did not match the length that was listed because the attack...
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  • Klein's Avatar
    Today, 14:07
    Many thanks for all this work, Stuart, our little WWI world is better fitted day after day! Keep safe and take care, cheers Martin :ernaehrung004:
    13 replies | 715 view(s)
  • BendyFlyer's Avatar
    Today, 13:58
    BendyFlyer replied to a thread P3D_V5 Screenshots P3D V 5 in Prepar3D
    Nice shots Noddy. This sim just gets better and better.
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  • Odie's Avatar
    Today, 13:49
    :encouragement::encouragement: Love those black-nosed F-14s!!! Looks good, Rick!
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  • jeansy's Avatar
    Today, 13:31
    Use visual tools located in the SDK, it will show you what effect looks like and gives the ability to modify the parameters in real time.You will need to make sure its added to the addons.cfg in order to use it
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  • Worthless's Avatar
    Today, 13:28
    Great work Stuart! Boy, you have been busy.
    13 replies | 715 view(s)
  • bazzar's Avatar
    Today, 13:14
    We are currently re-building the DC3 for MSFS and as part of that project, a major upgrade for P3DV4.5 and V5 is also scheduled. :engel016:
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  • Dutcheeseblend's Avatar
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  • Sarg Willy's Avatar
    Today, 12:57
    Thank,s Stu , look great
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  • sdsbolt's Avatar
    Today, 12:26
    is the beam built into the 3d model? This seems to be the case with at least some of the TOW searchlights.
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  • gaucho_59's Avatar
    Today, 12:18
    I do my work in layers, etc. in PSP 2021 now.... but ever since early PSP... I save that texture. Then I fuse all layers, and save as an extended bmp... or bmp... whichever the original was in. then, if I need to add, modify, enhance or whatever... I take the finished last version from the texture folder to be replaced with my new hopefully better production.... (in my archive) work on it.. in layers, etc.... after all modifications, I fuse it, covert it with the DXTBMP program and replace the one still in texture folder... this way there is no degradation whatsoever... G.
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  • Dutcheeseblend's Avatar
    Today, 12:09
    Indeed, to me it's still unknown which T.5s flew with which type of rack: the Dutch or German one. And neither did I draw a solid conclusion on the bomb load. I eventually came up with three load cases: A: two bombs of 500 kg B: four bombs of 200 kg C: sixteen bombs of 50 kg. So that's what I modeled. Testing the visibility logic right now.
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  • jackryan172's Avatar
    Today, 12:05
    Nevermind I figured it out, needed the -200 version Uggh. Sean
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  • dhazelgrove's Avatar
    Today, 12:02
    Have a look here, and scroll down until you find the section. Dave
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  • tgladman's Avatar
    Today, 11:57
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FSX Aircraft Description: Bristol Type 188, the 'Flaming Pencil' was a British highspeed research aircraft. Designed to meet operational requirement ER.134T for a testbed capable of speeds greater than Mach 2. Due to the anticipated effects of kinetic heating at high Mach numbers, the fuselage was constructed of stainless steel. Two aircraft were built, XF923 and XF926. First flight of XF923 was on 14th April 1962 and then XF926 with upgraded Gyron Junior engines on 29th April 1963. Ironically, the Maximum speed achieved was Mach 1.88 at 36,000 ft. Although the top speed of the Type 188 was disappointing, the airframe advanced understanding and knowledge of structures, oils, electrics, hydraulic fluid, bearings, tires, windows and...
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  • Maxstuka's Avatar
    Today, 11:56
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - Maxstuka collection Description: Model: B6N2 Jill Maker: FDG2 Fightertown Design Group v2 Improvements: Maxstuka (Maximiliano Scasso) To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit MS_B6N2_JILL.zip The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
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  • jackryan172's Avatar
    Today, 11:52
    OK I seem to be in a bit of quandary. I just installed v2.5 of Olssons Mirage F1 just so I could try this paint out and it appears that there is no directories for gmaxf1C-200 or center tank in the gmaxf1 directory. Is there another version of the F1 I need? Thanks, Sean
    18 replies | 2220 view(s)
  • Spad54's Avatar
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  • Captain Kurt's Avatar
    Today, 11:23
    Captain Kurt replied to a thread WW1 in CFS2 General Discussion
    I'm working on an Eddie Rickenbacker USAS campaign, but I have gotten sidetracked with designing a Salmson 2A2 in FSDS2.24. Once I get that done I will go back to work on completing the campaign.
    2 replies | 264 view(s)
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