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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 10:08
    Just watch the door on your way out! If you come into the SOH with your present attitude again you will be removed. Unacceptable behavior. :173go1:
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  • Bomber_12th's Avatar
    Today, 09:56
    Toward the end of this video it shows a listing of the locations that the wildlife in this sim are located, but I could see this expanding greatly over time with the monthly-post release updates and/or in third-party addon files.
    41 replies | 1474 view(s)
  • Duckie's Avatar
    Today, 09:22
    Need some help please. Seems the arrester hook doesn't work on my TA-7Cs. I was doing some final inspections on 2 USNTPS paints and discovered the hook will not lower. I've made no changes to the config file except for the texture entries. I've checked the animation in MCX and it's there. The VC click spot for the hook handle is there but it doesn't work either. I've also verified that the hook operation works in all the other A-7 versions and several other A/C types I tested without fail. It's only the TA-7 that does not work. Reloaded the original model but same result. Has anyone else run into this and, if you have, how did you fix it? Thanks Steve
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  • pomme homme's Avatar
    Today, 08:53
    Elmendorf MyLane N41WD?
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 08:36
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  • Aharon's Avatar
    Today, 08:24
    Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a nice Alaska Airlines Hercules action via flight from PAAQ Palmer Municipal Airport located 1 mile southeast of the central business district of Palmer in Matanuska-Susitna Borough of Alaska to PAHO Homer Airport located two miles east of the central business district of Homer in the Kenai Peninsula Borough of Alaska. Getting ready for fight to Homer that is considered and known as the Halibut Fishing Capital of the World.
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 08:20
    August 2020 Dear Fighter Pilot, Partners and Friends, This week we are excited to share our progress on DCS World Dynamic Campaign Engine. This is quite a big step for us and despite the slow progress, we are optimistic that it will be a great enhancement to DCS. We cannot give you a firm initial OB release date yet as things are still quite raw, but we will keep you updated regularly as the next milestones come to pass. Our third-party partners TrueGrit Virtual Technologies are working hard on the DCS: Eurofighter Typhoon. Please check out some of the cool stuff they are up to below. We would like to thank our internal and external Beta-Testers Teams for the relentless
    37 replies | 5643 view(s)
  • FlyingsCool's Avatar
    Today, 07:18
    In defense of the changes that have come about for P3Dv5, I've seen quite a few people struggle with first the _spec files, then the _metal, and now the blue channel in v5 getting it right. But many people have shared how to build these additional features, and there are other things that take some skill, like adding dirt and wear, stuff like Tufun has done for rivets, etc. But I can't see these repaints being worth 15 euro per repaint. You can buy whole planes for that, really good ones. But,.. whatever the market will bear. Pretty sure it won't bear this. What would really piss me off though, is if these are just reduxes of work others did for free, and now the repainter is trying to sell others' work.
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  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 07:18
    Good info on launching the OS2U-3 Kingfisher from a battleship. Video of Pilot of a OSU Kingfisher recalls his experience of what a launch from the battleship was like. http://www.battleshipnc.com/launching-the-kingfisher/ Adding supplemental info: (Notice the sailors with the red hats?) https://www.historynet.com/workhorse-of-the-fleet.htm
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  • Priller's Avatar
    Today, 07:09
    And those same master repainters also happen (in quite a few cases) to work for payware devs from time to time. The comments made here about Frank are just over the top... I wonder if the OP ever heard about Jankees, Jeansy and so many other quality repainters in this community. Hell, I wonder if this person even knows what goes on in this community. And indeed, like Ed pointed out, repainting for a 32 bit or a 64 bit flightsim in whatever resolution or format requires the exact same knowledge. Not commenting about deep or shallow, as I'm graphically handicapped myself. I.e. I'm just horrible at it. Also, commenting about Zippy's past or present profession is just not on. It's bad manners. Just like the horrible things this person does to the beautiful language of...
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  • DaleRFU's Avatar
    Today, 06:51
    DaleRFU replied to a thread HUD Replacements? in Prepar3D
    Thank you for that, I will give it a go. :encouragement:
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 06:48
    Just for the record, 32bit or 64bit has little to do with repainting, although there may be limitations for each. Textures in 2048 are quite common and I actually prefer 4096 and I promise you I lack any "deep knowledge" of repainting but it doesn't require a deep knowledge to get started, just a desire to figure out the process. Not a big deal. As for the rarity of quality repaints, we have master repainters in SOH that produce high quality free liveries all the time.
    20 replies | 2413 view(s)
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  • MrZippy's Avatar
    Today, 05:50
    Right on! Maybe a 6-pack! :applause:
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  • Priller's Avatar
    Today, 05:48
    Give this man a beer! Heck, give him several beers!! Priller
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  • MajorMagee's Avatar
    Today, 05:28
    I love that the contrails and gtrails are altitude dependent now.
    4 replies | 813 view(s)
  • hertzie's Avatar
    Today, 05:26
    To all my dear, talented and respected flightsim-friends: I (maybe just like you) don't like it, but things seem to change, even in the flightsim-world. YOU made things not only for your pleasure, but also for the pleasure of others with the same hobby. Why keeping things for yourselves, when you can make others happy with it? But that's and old-fashioned way of thinking nowadays. Nowadays it's: "what's in it for me". Better get used to it. Fortunately there are still a lot of "old-fashioned thinkers" on this flightsim-site. Let's be proud of them and grateful for what they do for us, and don't spill your energy on those who want to make money out of their hobby. Ignore them, you'll have a better sleep. Donationware is different ofcourse, that's a sign of appreciation. So...
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 04:36
    If you haven't run Orbx Central lately, I would load that program and let it verify the installation and check to see if you have a library update by chance.. It takes a bit but that has corrected the issue for me when I've seen what you are seeing at Randolph.
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