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  • crossram's Avatar
    Today, 03:29
    Thanks, AnKor! I'll look into it. All the buildings I made, have the .MDL, and textures inside their folder, in the buildings sub-folder. Shadows (outside) are good on most. Interior shadows seem my main problem. I plan to check the 'transparency' of both the model, and the material/texture. Suppose you understand, this is nothing involving your Shaders. Not even sure my rig will handle it, since my rig is real low end. Appreciate the comments!
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  • AussieMan's Avatar
    Today, 03:27
    Magnificent Thomas. Thankfully I have the F1 gauges.
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  • AussieMan's Avatar
    Today, 03:24
    ​Hope it is released very soon as the $A is in a massive nose dive.
    34 replies | 4414 view(s)
  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 03:06
    Hi pomme homme:encouragement: A Sauterelles?. I understand one was re-built/restored after WW2 by Jacques Delattre as JD-60
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 02:03
    I reckon they are 88's in French markings, Robert. But that hasn't helped a lot !
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  • pomme homme's Avatar
    Today, 01:48
    Interestingly, Robert, I had intended to ask broadly the same question - namely what are the aircraft in the background of the photograph - although I hadn't arrived at the possiblity of them being Ju 88s. But that must be a likely as a number of the type were constructed in the same country and more were recuperated in the same region as that in which the aeroplane in the foreground of the photograph first flew and the type went on to serve in that country's air force and navy after the war in Europe ended. But returning to the aeroplane in the foreground, it was powered by a Potez 3B radial - which should identify its country of origin (if that wasn't already obvious) - and first flew just three months after the war in Europe ended.
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 01:47
    Thanks Ian, but as said I'm already very happy with the filled shelters as it makes the place look far more lively and Akemi's aircraft have hardly any effect on frame rates. (BTW I do use your other airfields as well, in case you wondered! But these already had quite some parked aircraft....) @Shessi: Before I decided to wait behind the aircraft at the runway, I had already been circling over the airfield for quite a while. So I don't think it was caused by crash detection. But it doesn't harm to check it again with "crash detection" switched off. @Papi: Obviously you do have the correct plane, otherwise there wouldn't be anything in the shelters. So you might face a similar problem as I have, but only in a more severe way...... Cheers, Huub
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  • fabulousfour's Avatar
    Today, 00:23
    No idea, but the parasol looks French or maybe Italian :dizzy: Are those planes in the background Ju 88?
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:35
    Hertzie, This is not a stock object. Here is what you are missing: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/freeflight/Antennas.zip
    2 replies | 42 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:32
    Rami replied to a thread Rami Status in CFS2 General Discussion
    Hey guys, Since I just put my daughter back to bed after a nightmare, I wanted to let you know what happened. After all the testing came back, it turns out that I had a case of cellulitis on my skin, probably on my left leg, which somehow got through my skin or through one of the skin ulcers and found its way into my bloodstream, which is why my lymph glands were swollen, they were trying to hold the fort. The symptoms I experienced that Thursday, if ignored, could have caused organ damage if I had waited. By getting to the hospital quickly and being put on heavy-duty antibiotics, my body was able to fight it off before things got really serious. By the time I saw my doctor on the 17th, blood sugar, cholesterol, kidney function, liver function, and my white blood cell count had all...
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  • mav's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:14
    Breaking parts is reeaally overrated..... i can understand bullet holes.... but not bits that fall off....:dizzy: Mav Pepe..... check PM
    11 replies | 749 view(s)
  • mav's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:27
    This is already fairly light on fps... but scasmLoDed..... it's rocks. :) M
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  • michaelvader's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:15
    Hallo Gents, just tried the new files, hmm I believe to have the wrong plane or some thing is going wrong: I just have the Arados and two Fw 190 under each a shelter, but no others and no traffic, none in the air and none on the runway or taxying. just a curious waco crossed over the place. I tried different times - --- - Yours Papi
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  • sdsbolt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:54
    Thanks for taking a look Dan. From what I read it looks like it was a priority to get the AI mkVI units into the Defiant II's. They only got a few months of use before the Defiant was withdrawn from frontline service.There was only one E/A claimed destroyed though that is not verified in modern records.
    13 replies | 306 view(s)
  • SPman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:38
    What's not to like - a large, well armed flying boat. Thank you for your work on these birds.
    11 replies | 749 view(s)
  • MZee1960's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:01
    Thank-you, Milton. I will download this and test in one or two days.
    124 replies | 19681 view(s)
  • Typhoon Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:54
    Hi guys, thanks for the replies. Thanks for the link, Allen, I'll have a look at it later on. Kind regards, TW
    5 replies | 81 view(s)
  • Switchblade408's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:12
    That is BEAUTIFUL!
    2 replies | 115 view(s)
  • Allen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:12
    Normally cannot find *OBJECT* in the library means that you don't have the object all or the object has no .bgl but a .dp is in the OBJECT_DP folder if your in Mission Builder.
    2 replies | 42 view(s)
  • Pere's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:00
    ¿ Cuándo será posible la descarga ?, debo pulverizar mis campos :aplausos::aplausos::aplausos:
    21 replies | 2434 view(s)
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