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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 04:46
    The cars for the new season are being presented. As it was agree to stick to the old cars not much really new, but nevertheless some surprises. I like the new livery of the Alpine1/Renault. The blue looks much nicer than the boring black and yellow scheme. And the Aston Martin/Mercedes replica looks nice in its green livery. For the rest the cars look remarkably the same as last year. To get in the mood a nice movie in which the Aston Martin is compared with the Mercedes. Cheers, Huub
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  • ian elliot's Avatar
    Today, 04:35
    https://www.ww2.dk/lwairfields.html Here's the link Papi, dont worry about getting info, im not looking for new ideas at the moment, nothing to stop you having a go though :wavey:
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  • Seahawk72s's Avatar
    Today, 04:31
    Very nice detail..!
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 04:22
    Mike knows his flivvers ! :very_drunk:
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  • lastivka's Avatar
    Today, 03:21
    Hi Pete, my apologies, yes you are correct - and it was you who kindly uploaded the FS9 & FSX versions of the Swallow II earlier. To be fair, though, I have used a "standard" text to upload 3 different aircraft packages to SOH, simviation and flightsim. Unlike the original package uploaded by you, one of them incorporates extra repaints for the FS9 version, as well as authentic sound files by Gary Jones, plus a vcmod file for all packages. I've also uploaded the Cirrus engine version (http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?linkid=27771&catid=201), which for many years was not on any flight sim site. My intention was not to take away from your good work - I do this for the sim, with respect to the original authors.
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  • Manschy's Avatar
    Today, 03:21
    Stunning - thank you!:applause:
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  • pomme homme's Avatar
    Today, 03:05
    Phoenix Duet G-AYTT, the side-by-side two seat development of the Luton Minor.
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 02:40
    Something different again -
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  • dhazelgrove's Avatar
    Today, 02:38
    Good, innit? Dave
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  • Motormouse's Avatar
    Today, 02:31
    Ahem, not wishing to pour cold water on your chips, but if you had checked library first, it's already here http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=34&id=25149 Ttfn Pete
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  • markjhnstn's Avatar
    Today, 02:30
    Lovely Mosquitos!! Thank you!!!!!
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  • michaelvader's Avatar
    Today, 02:24
    Hallo Ian, the next time I will be at home I will see to get more info about Vannes-Meucon and Lann-Bihoue. If I can I will go there and gather as most info as possible What is the link from Huub you speak about? Will be certainly interesting for me also LOL Yours Papi
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  • dhazelgrove's Avatar
    Today, 02:19
    See post #30, above. There's a weight-and-balance issue in here somewhere. A clean aircraft flies straight, but put a load on and she keeps wanting to turn left. Probably a misplaced minus sign. There's no point in trying to email SSW. Covid. Dave
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  • Emile's Avatar
    Today, 00:36
    Hello, Thanks for this GREAT scenery and filght plans
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:59
    Sorry to disappoint you Mr Zippy, but I stopped skating already some time ago. And I would definitely not go skating in my underwear. Dust of your history books Priller as our joint history is much longer than just 15 years. The Habsburg Netherlands already existed from 1482 and ended in 1784 with the arrival of Napoleon. After Napoleon disappeared the alliance started to fall apart when first Luxemburg left the alliance in 1815 and in 1830 a group of Brussels noble men thought it was a good thing to leave the alliance and join France :wavey:. A pity for them was that France didn't want to have them :a1310:. Which left a deeply divided country speaking 3 different languages (when you take East- and West Flemish as only language :biggrin-new: .i Religion may have played a role in...
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  • aleatorylamp's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:46
    Hello Ivan, Thank you for your reply and suggestions! Strange... I suppose it must be a case of a different type of .mdl file that my SCASM 2.01 creates. Well, I´ll just have to have the model with non-re-SCASMable .mdl files, although I will include a SCASMable backup copy in the model directory. I looked up the wing fence, and in the case of the Curtiss Flying Boat, it seems to have served to help direct the air flow for the ailerons, preventing it from spilling sideways in a slip. Thus, in the .air file, the winglet effect will have nothing to do with this. Right now I´m getting a bit more ambitious with my gun barrels, and I´m going to see if I can make them rounder. Let´s see if my SCASM will be able to do that to the .mdl file!
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  • Javis's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:39
    Javis replied to a thread Screenshots in MSFS (FS2020)
    Ahh, yes, i thought as much. Well, language is a living thing of course, spoken or in writing, but even if English is not my native tongue i believe we have to draw a line somewhere and that is where youngsters can't be bothered anymore to hit the spacebar after each written word. ( remarkable that he did find the comma.. ) Not that he's not right, dvj, your screenies are often mindblowing. Particularly "Hong Kong Dawn" and "The Eagle Flies At Dawn". ( Not that yours aren't wonderful too, JK. Particularly the Gina's. :cool: ) If we'd go with these socialmedia youngsters my comment would've looked like this: ...
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  • ian elliot's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:19
    Thanks Papi, i'll keep you in mind for the future, Im actually starting to amass quite a collection of Luftwaffe info, esp with Huubs link to Henry L. deZeng's site, there's no maps or picture's, but with some logical thinking and a google earth image, you get a pretty good idea just by the his description of the facilities
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  • ian elliot's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:06
    Great news, i downloaded Brunos model a few week back and wonder'd if anyone could improve it. well looking forward to this :encouragement: PS,Thanks for your kind offer for the Amiot's, but i think i'll sit on that for a while, Beside's may need your help with something else, which, funnily enough, is Maryland related :devilish:
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