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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 02:23
    I'm convinced it was originally released by Jeff Marsch as CFS2 model, so I assume there must be a version with a dp file. When I'm correct I must have the original file still somewhere hidden on a dutsy CD. I will check this evening. Cheers, Huub
    1 replies | 14 view(s)
  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 02:02
    I know this has been raised before, but try as I might I can't find a DP for Jeff Marsh's Blackburn Roc. Is there one available? Many thanks.:mixed-smiley-010:
    1 replies | 14 view(s)
  • Ulrich-Richard's Avatar
    Today, 00:12
    Hello PhantomP https://simviation.com/1/browse-Military-57-0?mark=53456#53456 U-R
    561 replies | 89595 view(s)
  • addman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:27
    Just checked the Milviz product page for the beaver, you were right, I was wrong sorry about that. I got the impression that the "Play and spray" expansion was just skis/tundras/floats for extra cash. The Milviz Otter looks great, judging from screenshots. It will be interesting to see how it differs from the Just Flight model. I'll buy one of them for sure, just depends which will be the most accurate and immersive representation of the real thing. Cheers!/Andreas
    21 replies | 1509 view(s)
  • PeteHam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:18
    Thanks MrZippy :applause: I made a slight adjustment on your figures, but I found the top shockwave beacon light I was using (Fx_shockwave_beacon_h) didn't show for some reason. I changed that to a normal beacon and added some strobes to the wing tips and this is what I've come up with .... // types: 1=beacon, 2=strobe, 3=navigation, 4=cockpit, 5=landing, 6=Taxi, 7=Recognition, 8=Wing, 9=Logo, 10=Cabin light.1 = 3, -34.500, 0.000, 3.340, fx_shockwave_navwhi_l //tail white nav
    4 replies | 274 view(s)
  • Pat Pattle's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:12
    Thanks for the link Larry, that works a treat and so easy! �� Cheers, Clive
    13 replies | 393 view(s)
  • hairyspin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:01
    Do they still wave Old Glory at the courthouse in Muskogee? No, they don’t, as a friend discovered on a road trip last year: he wanted a photo of himself next to the courthouse complete with flag but the pole was bare.
    247 replies | 12200 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:08
    A work of art Jeremy. You've done an outstanding job:applause:
    76 replies | 3313 view(s)
  • roger-wilco-66's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:06
    Thanks for taking your time to give these explanations, Chris and Dutch. Sounds great. Is there sort of a tutorial about what to employ and how to configure it to generate an environment like it was done at the plain of jars video or the attack of the camp / island airfield above? It could be used to jump start those who are interested. I wish there was another weapon delivery system as an alternative for Tacpack. I can't use that because I'm on a P3D professional dev license plan. Cheers, Mark
    30 replies | 3972 view(s)
  • tankerguy72's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:03
    A star is being born! All of the major details being finalized. Still haven't added any bumps or specs just fine tuning right now.
    76 replies | 3313 view(s)
  • blanston12's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:19
    Oklahoma where the wind comes sweeping down the plain Everything looks normal. Fair weather.
    247 replies | 12200 view(s)
  • blanston12's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:17
    September 18, 1924: After the luncheon in St Joseph, the flyers were back in the air for Hatbox field in Muskogee, Oklahoma, where they were welcomed by a large number of planes and chartered passenger busses that had converged on the small town to welcome them. At the evenings banquet they were given gold medallions for there “Intrepid flying skills”. October 18, 1924: For the next leg I will be using the Handley Page Jetstream 200. The Jetstream is a two engine turboprop small airliner that first flew in 1967. About 67 were built by Handley Page and Scottish Aviation before the design was acquired by British Aerospace who developed it into the Jetstream 31 and 41. The model I am using is an almost finished beta by Rick Piper, and despite the fact that he did not finish the...
    247 replies | 12200 view(s)
  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:41
    WOW!!!! I am so looking forward to what you guys have in store for the future...an FSX like IL2 or DCS? Keep up the great work.
    30 replies | 3972 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:20
    Since no one has answered you post here, you could try taking it over to the FSX Forum. Many times you will get a quicker answer over there and since it is FSX related someone in that forum may be better suited to answer your request. Your other option. . .if you have any repainting abilities. . .do one yourself.
    7 replies | 201 view(s)
  • TuFun's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:50
    Maybe contact these guys, CAF if this is correct as seen in the pics. "The Southern California's F6F-5 Hellcat is restored in the markings of Cmdr. David McCampbell, USN, Air Group Commander of VF-19 on the USS Essex during WWII." http://www.warbirddepot.com/aircraft_fighters_f6f5-cafsc.asp
    5 replies | 343 view(s)
  • mhlarsen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:28
    Thats the problem i have. The models that work in P3D v4 have no Cal Fire liveries even back to FS9. Michael
    7 replies | 201 view(s)
  • warchild's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:05
    the one wheelhouse in the images is either from an S-14 or s-20 type. My guess is S-14. however the other images are revealing.. I visited the link given and am impressed. the turtleback thats shown isnt just for an S-100, but rather it's from S-130; the last S-boot to survive the war..I think i can use those images to correct the existing model. It might make for a good distraction away from the fde for a bit..
    124 replies | 7190 view(s)
  • sixstrings5859's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:01
    Some people like to build some like to play. I like to play and the deepest i go is installing things. Sorry but don't want to spend my time building because that would get into my guitar and simming time. Thankful to all those who work at building these wonderful things ,it's just not for me. Won't ask for anything again. I'll just be quiet from now on.
    11 replies | 387 view(s)
  • Mike71's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:50
    I have seen a photo of his MINSI II from the left, with markings. Perhaps he carried the preference forward to MINSI III
    5 replies | 343 view(s)
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