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  • Motormouse's Avatar
    Today, 17:37
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS 2004 Military skins - World War II Description: Another 'maybe' paint for Nigel's Avro Tutor. We know that at outbreak of WW2, Belgium handed their surviving Avro's (from original complement of 12) off to the French. It is known some went to Vichy forces in Algeria for pilot training, but what about the rest , did one escape to Switzerland to be impressed there? Swiss records would appear to say no; but who knows... there has to be a link to the one the German Luftwaffe had.
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  • Penz's Avatar
    Today, 17:36
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS Add-Ons Library Description: Virtavia Phantom II Reloaded V1.1 for FSX and all version of P3D Version 1.1 highlights: Added virtual cockpit night lighting. Added cockpit sounds. Added sound barrier visual and sound effects, with kind permission by Rob Barendregt.
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  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 17:21
    Thanks for the update Rami:encouragement:!
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  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 17:19
    Lovely work Kevin. Thanks!:applause::applause:
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  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 17:16
    Excellent work. Thanks to all involved!:encouragement:
    2 replies | 61 view(s)
  • highpockets's Avatar
    Today, 16:48
    Shadow Wolf You are welcome. Glad to add something useful. :wavey:
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  • Ivan's Avatar
    Today, 16:25
    The paint appears to be done at this point, though there are always things that can be improved. The pilot has chosen not to paint the more typical yellow nose on his aircraft. Upper Fuselage has no gray for better anti glare effects. I believe the final result came out reasonably nice looking. Now to get back to one of the more interesting projects. - Ivan.
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  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    Today, 16:04
    Got it at Amazon. Thanks for the tip, Highpockets. :)
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  • Greenhouse357's Avatar
    Today, 14:50
    Couple more...
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  • Bomber_12th's Avatar
    Today, 14:42
    Bomber_12th replied to a thread P3D_V5 Screenshots P3D V 5 in Prepar3D
    Gorgeous, Gunnar!
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  • delta_lima's Avatar
    Today, 14:34
    Sorry for the bad title pun, but it's actually at the root of my question. Is there a way to retrofit a lighting effect to an aircraft whose landing light doesn't properly "paint" the ground and/or surroundings? I believe there's more to this than merely grabbing an effect you like and throwing it onto the plane's section. For example, the recent RFN F-8 Crusader has a spectacular landing light effect - it illuminates the ground and the immediate surfaces (such as other aircraft on a carrier deck) in front of it quite beautifully. By contrast, the landing lights on neither the FSXBA F/A-18 nor the Dino F-14 really cast much useful light at all, and do not "paint" anything at night. No problem, right? It happens that in neither case, the landing light is "external" to the...
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  • Skyhawk18's Avatar
    Today, 14:28
    Skyhawk18 replied to a thread P3D_V5 Screenshots P3D V 5 in Prepar3D
    On a ferryflight from PAFA - CYZF to Sola Air Museum (ENZV) right now. The DC 6B has been painted in its original colors as Braathens Safe LN-SUB (1957)
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  • BendyFlyer's Avatar
    Today, 14:06
    MJ (and Nagpaw). Here are the various readings I got from the Boost Guages: BOOST RPM MP PHASE
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  • RobM's Avatar
    Today, 13:58
    RobM replied to a thread RAZBAM A-7's in Prepar3D
    Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, I don't speak .xml-ese, or at least not very well. I still have FSX installed, so I can always go back to the original FSX planes, get the various payload weights from the FSX payload manager, and then manually enter the relevant weights in the relevant stations using the default P3D payload manager. It's not an elegant solution, and I would have to do it each time I took the planes up, but it should work. I'll still take a look at the payload managers, and see if I can figure something out (all the planes mentioned use .xml gauges, as I recall). At least I know now where to look, and I have planes whose payload managers do use the XMLTools64 file, so perhaps I can look at those to get some idea. Thanks again for the reply. - RobM
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  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 13:50
    Navy Chief replied to a thread P3D_V5 Screenshots P3D V 5 in Prepar3D
    Thank you for your suggestions! I will take a look at my settings, and report back. Would have done so already, but had underwent :frown-new:outpatient surgery this morning. NC
    291 replies | 11437 view(s)
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