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  • Daiwilletti's Avatar
    Today, 22:23
    Run a higher screen resolution if at all possible. More pixels = more info displayed on screen.
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  • dvslats's Avatar
    Today, 22:21
    And the next and the day after that ... :untroubled:
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  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Today, 22:19
    Fantastic, Duckie, simply fantastic! I am gonna fly in that one! Pat☺
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  • Dirtman's Avatar
    Today, 22:15
    Happy Bird-day BLOOD! :wavey: :ernaehrung004::ernaehrung004:
    10 replies | 92 view(s)
  • Penz's Avatar
    Today, 22:11
    Penz replied to a thread P3D v4 Screenshots in Prepar3D
    Sadly, it's not a proper Donnet-Leveque Scott, it's a Lohner S model I found on It's the closest resemblance of the Danish flying boat I have been able to find, so that is what I used for the repaint. - JP
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  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Today, 22:10
    The only Aviation museum I've ever been to was the Smithsonian in Washington DC, back in the 60's. I spent 3 days,and still didn't see everything. I would have loved to have all the time I needed. Amazing to me, but then, I was just a little kid. 8 or 9 years old. I still remember it like it was yesterday, though. I don't know what it's like today. Be interesting to see sometime. NOT on the interweb, but in person. You pick up little details and nuances better... Have fun all! Pat☺
    9 replies | 339 view(s)
  • aleatorylamp's Avatar
    Today, 21:58
    Hello Folks, A short note on present engine and cockpit shapes: The main engine component, not counting valves or front cone and axel structures, for the moment only has 30 parts. The square-shaped cylinders prevent any texturing for cooling fin lines, as the front and back are flat, star-shaped surfaces,making the texture bleed into the between-cylinder spaces. This should however be corrected as soon as cylinders are hexagonal, and the front and back flat cylinder-surfaces no longer exist. So, engine texturing is planned! Then, the cabin component parts fit the provisional round fuselage shape. In the future, cockpits will be narrower because the general fuselage shape is narrower at the top, and the bottom a bit fatter - in fact, the fuselage bottom surface is flat in the...
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  • dvslats's Avatar
    Today, 21:01
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    Today, 20:37
    Tried to do the upload Saturday night but keep getting Database errors when completed. Might be because of nightly backups or maintenance so will try Sunday morning, about 8-9 hours from this post time.
    121 replies | 11565 view(s)
  • Panther_99FS's Avatar
    Today, 20:10
    I'm not sure what you want EasyEd (unless you totally want Toyota out of the top 10) - Here are the current standings: 1) Toyota 2) Chevy 3) Ford 4) Ford 5) Toyota 6) Toyota 7) Chevy 8) Chevy 9) Toyota
    9 replies | 145 view(s)
  • Sarg Willy's Avatar
    Today, 19:07
    Trivial fact,s -- New find was Temp,s not working , all P40e Gauges are cylinder head temp ! built for Air cooled -- Air file 505 Coolant spec = 1 is a link only to Cylinder Head Temp , But the P-40 B-E are allison water cooled + value 505 = 0 Look at the P47d Radial air cooled Temp gauge - Air file 505 = 1,
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  • Panther_99FS's Avatar
    Today, 18:55
    Can't stack the rules against Toyota each year but continue to take their money as participants.... them or hate have to accept that Toyota will probably win a Cup championship at some point....
    9 replies | 145 view(s)
  • SSI01's Avatar
    Today, 18:49
    Has anyone heard anything at all about the status of an update/patch for the JF C-46? One that could address the fuel feed issue and a few other things?
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  • No Dice's Avatar
    Today, 18:47
    Well I may complete DAK TO one day, but we needed these to continue moving forward: US Viet Objects click image to see all By No Dice 6 objects, gate entrances, bag wall, C130, US flag and Air America huey, designed as static objects Placeable within Mission Builder Download *** Uploaded 9-24-17
    807 replies | 153518 view(s)
  • Daveroo's Avatar
    Today, 18:35
    Daveroo started a thread anyone willing ?? in Prepar3D
    to make a GA-8 airvan,i did try the older one and nothing showed up,...i havent a clue how to rework it.
    0 replies | 37 view(s)
  • ColoKent's Avatar
    Today, 18:18
    ncooper-- Now you've got me wondering. I didn't get a choice of installers...I logged into Just Flight, went to "my Account" and redownloaded...and attempted to launch them-- no choice of installers that I know of. I suspect the link in my account probably does point to the old (non-P3D v4) installer for the DC-8-10 to -40 series-- which is why I didn't get that option. When I finally did get the installer on the DC-8-50 to -70 series to acutally launch, it did give me a P3D V4 option. I would have thought that when JF announces "Updated to P3D v4", it would mean anyone who bought it can access the new installers. But maybe not... Kent UPDATE - Well I'll be DIPPED...I went back tonight to the JF site, logged in, and voila! There was an option for DC-8 -10 to -40 for P3D v4. ...
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  • scotth6's Avatar
    Today, 18:17
    scotth6 replied to a thread P3D v4 Screenshots in Prepar3D
    Hi Penz, Could I ask where you got the Donnet Leveque? It's a fascinating aircraft and looks great in the sim. Cheers, Scott
    204 replies | 20041 view(s)
  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    Today, 17:53
    MaddogK, The way used to do it was with this switch to swap to another window for the night lighted overhead panel in this case. This is from our AC500W in the library. //-------------------------------------------------------- file=500DOver.bmp size_mm=940
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  • Mike71's Avatar
    Today, 17:43
    There were 91 total RA-5Cs, some rebuilt from original A3Js. 60 deployed to Vietnam at various times, in 4 plane dets. They only operated from large deck Carriers, so their exposure was less than typical VA and VF squadrons (the numerous ESSEX 27 Charlies used RF-8Gs). Also remember, the cold war in the Atlantic Fleet required their deployed presence as well. There were 18 combat losses. Several other losses were operational accidents. As you see in the A3J film, the RA-5C had much improved looks due to the streamlined dorsal hump, which added fuel. Engine gauges on the left side of the instrument panel, forward of the throttles, is typical for single pilot military jets in my experience. As to variable sweep - this idea was in the works for many years, but requires a heavy...
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  • speedy70's Avatar
    Today, 17:07
    I think the link has been withdrawn and a new one is in the process of being uploaded. Cheers Chris
    1 replies | 47 view(s)
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