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  • noddy's Avatar
    Today, 03:27
    noddy replied to a thread Assetto Corsa Redux in Racer's Paddock
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  • thefrog's Avatar
    Today, 03:26
    I think itís awesome news as well, but because I want the Socata. Just got to wait for Just Flight to stock it now.
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  • scotth6's Avatar
    Today, 03:01
    HI, Has anyone come across this error message before? I just started getting it the past few days on several aircraft, the PMDG 737 and Dino's Eurofighter being two of them. There also seems to be strange behaviour with the engines. I thought they should be running when the aircraft is loaded on both of these addons, but the engines seem to be running for a split second upon loading and then they shut down and everything goes basically cold and dark. I have been searching the internet for clues, but I can't find any mention of this error message. I am confused due to the term WX, but then the file mentioned is the .air file. The pic below shows the error message.
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  • expat's Avatar
    Today, 02:32
    Very hard to resist these big price discounts, however, I am ambivalent about the L-1011 - I have the JF one and only need to spend a little if I want the 64 bit upgrade - AND it's the -500 series which I much prefer. I had the FSX CS 777 but agree as above the night lighting was problematic (leaking through the glareshield? Can't remember exactly) and there were other niggles. The freeware SkySpirit 777 is excellent and the superb FS9 VC was converted to native FSX (see simviation) and the combination does it really for me. Ditto the SkySpirit 767. So that then leaves the CS 757 for P3D, which I can't get very excited about and resent buying separately a cargo version - sheesh! The 707 and 727 on the other hand have some of the most satisfying and wonderfully immersive VC's I...
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  • SimPilotHR's Avatar
    Today, 02:25
    Hello! Currently I'm working on a livery for the IRIS Pro Training Series PC-9, the "Krila Oluje" Display Team livery. I've done everything else, the fuselage, wing both upper and lower part and the miscellaneous bits...but the tail is giving me a pain in the ass. BTW, I'm a beginner in painting liveries, really don't know how to use Photoshop at its FULL potential, but I know how to do basic stuff...so that maybe explains everything. If anybody knows how the IRIS (Pro Training Series) PC-9 paintkit works when it comes to painting the tail and could help me, please let me know! Kind regards,
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  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 01:51
    hi giruXX:very_drunk: That is her. Not in aerofiles. but she appeared in Jane`s. Regi was CF-DYZ Yourn turn, please
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  • zswobbie1's Avatar
    Today, 01:39
    Hi Milton, are we going to get the Howard 250 tail-dragger, and the Tri-Gear 250 for FS2004? Regards, Robin
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  • greycap.raf's Avatar
    Today, 00:57
    Considering that the Spitfire has 40% more wing area with a comparable weight, nothing else should be expected. The Messerschmitt has the advantage of being able to enter and leave the fight at will thanks to its better acceleration and climb rate but as soon as the turning starts it's in serious trouble.
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  • scotth6's Avatar
    Today, 00:02
    Thanks for the info and links. I'm not on Facebook, so went searching for another source for Groom Lake Simulations, and found they also have a Wix site. https://groomlakesimulations.wixsite.com/groomlake Cheers,
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  • scotth6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:54
    Awesome video! I remember the first time I ever went to the Avalon Airshow, back in 1995, the first jets we saw while walking from the car park to the entrance was a pair of USAF RF-4C Phantoms ( I didn't know which Phantoms they were, so I just looked it up). We saw them silently fly past and then a second or two later the roar followed. I have always loved the lines of the Phantom. I remember doing sketches of aircraft when I was younger and I just loved the way the fuselage angled up at the rear of the Phantom.
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  • alcanallen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:48
    Thanks Gecko nice vid,that Merlin gives me goosebumps,inverted still the splutter seems Mrs Shillings Orifice was still in the pipeline,i wonder why the Brits were so late with fuel injection the diesels must have been fuel injected and C A V pumps must have been around at that time. John.
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  • giruXX's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:37
    May I help with: Crowder CR-100 Blue Teal
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  • pomme homme's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:32
    Yes, now I see. All is clear. When the seagulls follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. :sorrow:
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  • endl3ss's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:05
    I am SO getting the desert and prototype repaints, even though they're technically B-1A liveries. Looks good. I have tons of different aircraft installed, but the B-1B is why I started up with FSX/P3D in the first place, so whenever I wanna have some calm (...sometimes not so calm), graceful and elegant fun....at speed...I always come back to this.
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  • delta_lima's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:55
    Thanks for note, Frank. Butcherbird hooked me up most graciously with his repaint, but I'll also take a look at M4S, if for nothing else, at Mirage content. Haven't been there in a few weeks, overdue for a visit ... :) dl
    17 replies | 667 view(s)
  • fsafranek's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:36
    Not sure if it is the reason but they are supposedly implementing some new features for developers so they can push content for sale on their won rather than tell FSPilotshop about it and wait for them to get it and put it up for sale. Maybe the implementation crashed the site? :ernaehrung004:
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  • gecko's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:31
    Henshaw was one of the best, thanks for sharing. Here's the only known footage of him flying a Spitfire display -testing out a brand new Mk.V in 1941. Later in the clip you can see a Mk.II start up using the coffman starter. Not something you can see in action on any Spitfire today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCmzYccyBYM
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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:26
    My mistake, time zone dyslexia! Nothing of interest for me aside from the L1011 and that's not on my 'must have' list. The rest are already in my hanger, but if they actually got off their collective butts and sorted the B727 and B707 out for P3D4 I'd be onto those like a Seagull on a piece of hot fat. :devilish:
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  • fsafranek's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:23
    Groom Lake Simulations recently painted up B-1A white prototype and desert schemes for the Virtavia release. If you want schemes for the original release I painted up a ton here and a few for the Virtavia version as well. :ernaehrung004:
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  • alcanallen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:45
    Here`s an interesting excerpt from Castle Bromwich June 15 1940. Alex Henshaw flew his first production Spitfire, a Mk II Serial Number P7281, at Castle Bromwich on 15th June 1940. After a frustrating day waiting for the aircraft to be finished, Alex took-off in the late evening. Crossing the airfield from a dive and cutting a swathe through the rising mist, Alex put the aircraft into a vertical climb and three upward rolls, followed by an aerobatic display which put the heart back into all those who had worked so hard all day to finish the aircraft. Part of Alex Henshaw's display to demonstrate the Spitfire to visiting dignitaries was a precision roll below hangar height, often had to be carried out in poor weather. Seen by some as highly dangerous, the machine was always under...
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