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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.
    38 replies | 4728 view(s)
  • Leandro Merx's Avatar
    Today, 04:34
    THX huub vink for flatten the waves To end this not wished topic i finally have to say. Almost everybody was able at 2000 to create CFS 2 or a MSFS2000 repaint with 16 bit and a max resolution of 800 x 600. You just needed to use MS paint or the Paint program Abacus Repaint . For repainting a nowadays repaint in 64 bit with and a res of 2048 x2048 you need a deep knowledge of how to use Photoshop. And bringing it up to this quality is very rare.
    13 replies | 1927 view(s)
  • jmig's Avatar
    Today, 04:27
    jmig replied to a thread HUD Replacements? in Prepar3D
    Try going into the Panel folder. Find the HUD gauge in the VC panel and replace it with the one you want to use. You may need to give the complete location, or copy it to the panel/gauge folder. I have done the latter. You can also try and edit the FONT and COLOR of the text in the xml file. Be sure and back it up, however. I have FUBARed more than one xml file while fiddling with it. :) Hope this helps!
    1 replies | 72 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 04:23
    I have not been able to find certain areas that control the color of the smaller areas (passenger step, pitot tube, ADF antenna, etc.). Do you have anything from the original model that shows the areas those colors come from? Norse-2020-aug-7-001 by Ed Wells, on Flickr
    0 replies | 15 view(s)
  • crossram's Avatar
    Today, 04:10
    Why? On about half the posts I look at, the screenshots don't show.
    3 replies | 579 view(s)
  • Motormouse's Avatar
    Today, 04:06
    It's included in one of the UK2000 scenery packs for Fs2002 / Fs2004 : these were released as freeware some time ago by Garry Summons, and not on the website anymore . ttfn Pete
    5 replies | 1476 view(s)
  • crossram's Avatar
    Today, 03:58
    Oh, yeah! Pain. (Miss those clickable gauges.) Thought I had the market on the everybody has one. (Gmax is alot easier to deal with...easy to get wild with it.)
    16 replies | 794 view(s)
  • jeansy's Avatar
    Today, 03:58
    regardless frank, as the supplier of the paints for the MV redux and 30 odd other MV huey paints, you dont need to prove yourself
    13 replies | 1927 view(s)
  • crossram's Avatar
    Today, 03:53
    Appreciate all the words of wisdom! Too easy to make some dumb little mistake, that, like plugged me, takes awhile to figure out! I had done pretty much the same thing, you descibed, then...exported the entire bomb bay w/doors, to make the pylons. Got stupid, 'hid' the bay doors, and forgot about it. :banghead: Those extra doors loaded onto the model, throwing me for a loop! A little grey matter, and I realized what was going on.
    11 replies | 983 view(s)
  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 01:46
    Prior to building this 4-seater, Mr...... made a biplane often described as a Jungmeister replica and that biplane is still around.
    21386 replies | 3420856 view(s)
  • fsafranek's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:16
    Since you mentioned me. As I said, if I want it bad enough I'll paint it myself. Huey's were fun when I was in the Army but choppers in flightsim really don't interest me much. :ernaehrung004:
    13 replies | 1927 view(s)
  • updraft's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:06
    Hi This scenery worked like a charm and I have no idea what changed the adjoining polygons. Seem to nighttextured. Has someone an idea what could cause this effect? P3Dv4.5HF3, Orbx America North LC Jpg attached
    38 replies | 4728 view(s)
  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:58
    Talon and i were regular email pals. We discussed a lot of his projects, finished and otherwise - including his Solomons work - and collaborated on his 'AVG' camp, as well his 'Red Star' work when he got that Korea air war "itch" :adoration:. I think i knew him personally about as well as one could in online communication, apart from this sim stuff.
    21 replies | 3378 view(s)
  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:48
    :encouragement: CheerZ!
    8 replies | 1599 view(s)
  • ColoKent's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:08
    BTW...did you guys realize that Paul Tibbets’ grandson (Brig Gen Paul W. Tibbets IV) commanded the 509th BW (same unit his grandfather commanded)? Unfortunately, the younger Tibbets career didn’t have too good of an ending. Kent
    8 replies | 1285 view(s)
  • ColoKent's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:02
    Ivan, Wow...C.B. there’s a name I hadn’t heard in a loooong time— we must be close in age...or you like looking at really OLD books! You know....I think I even remember the book you are thinking was rather glib about killing machines. You are probably correct that “stigma” is the word probably in “vogue” today with the “outraged” masses— most of whom are disinterested in anything (including history) that would force them to think outside the paradigm with which they have been heavily programmed. Using that term simply highlights their own bias (which is certainly their right), and their inability to understand and learn from history (which is the frightening part to me). I’m sure you’ve heard the old cliche: “Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to...
    8 replies | 1285 view(s)
  • Sarg Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:31
    Thumbs up, late getting back in , Thanks BC ,
    8 replies | 1599 view(s)
  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:02
    I am going for the pre-war colorful textures on the seaplanes. I was only doing the Seagulls but finding that some of these BB's in the 20's and early 30's had O2U Corsairs, I will be doing them as well for Tom Wintrows which I will be trying to make FSX native once I find out how to add the props and reanimate them. That is a long term project in FSDS. On the catapult aboard USS New Mexico which I have added the platform to. I will start my new thread tomorrow so we quit hijacking the USS Antietam with Battleships and seaplanes and have somewhere to post all these photos and screenshots.
    130 replies | 16367 view(s)
  • Ivan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:49
    Ivan replied to a thread The Big Bang in CFS1 General Discussion
    Hello ColoKent, I believe "stigma" was the correct word to use. It isn't my opinion, but it does seem to be a pretty common theme in the several articles I have read over the last two days or so. I thought it was bad last year. It seems to be getting worse as time goes on. That was the point I was trying to make. Atomic weapons were seen as just another tool at the time. Imagine if an enemy bomber had been brought down with a nuclear tipped Genie missile. Back then, we would not have thought it any different than any other intercept. These days we would look at things very differently. I remember C.B. Colby books describing US Army weapons. A nuclear shell for the Long Tom artillery was just another weapon in the arsenal. - Ivan.
    8 replies | 1285 view(s)
  • Butcherbird17's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:14
    I tinkered with cat's on some of the old battle wagons when they were released. Here is the OS2U on Arizona. Joe
    130 replies | 16367 view(s)
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