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  • speedy70's Avatar
    Today, 13:32
    If you google WW2 tours in France there are stacks of them. Cheers Chris
    4 replies | 126 view(s)
  • Mick's Avatar
    Today, 13:29
    Mick replied to a thread Formula 1 2018. in Racer's Paddock
    Re: those halos" - seems like an attempt to make crashes more survivable may have made crashes more likely due to restricted visibility. Reminds me of those back-up alarms on trucks and construction equipment that have made job sites more dangerous because the multitude of alarms sounding from all directions make it impossible to hear the vehicle that's about to run you over.
    6 replies | 90 view(s)
  • boxcar's Avatar
    Today, 13:03
    Well, very minor, tiny cloud stuttering aside, will say that the clouds in AFS2 are the best ever personally flown in any flight sim. Flying into a cloud as well as exiting is a totally satisfying experience, the process smooth and consistent with reality. The clouds do not dodge out of the way as you get to the edge. The clouds do take a little "jump" in unison every so often, nothing drastic but noticeable. The sole cloud graphics problem noticed so far was on final into KASE. The first cloud punched through was fine, though the second one revealed some darker things around the airport, like it is some scenery boundary that requires something to be able to display through clouds properly: Thus, perhaps you'll know this: As the tinkering by IPACS of the AFS2 clouds is not...
    8 replies | 159 view(s)
  • Postbaer61's Avatar
    Today, 12:56
    A good time to say many thanks to Milton Shupe. And also, thanks to all the people, which supports him, to build so many brilliant free of charge gems,which i really appreciate. Many of my purchased aircraft gets very dusty in my virtual hangar over the years,because I decide very often to take Miltons wonderful airplanes. Thanks to his tireless work, we can now enjoy them all in P3Dv4 as well. Thank you very much !!!
    10 replies | 234 view(s)
  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    Today, 12:54
    Ferry_vO replied to a thread Formula 1 2018. in Racer's Paddock
    I'm waiting for the first driver to jump out of the car, trip over the halo and get injuries when he plants his face in the tarmac... :mixed-smiley-010: Anyway, back to the new cars, here's the Alfa Romeo Sauber-Ferrari (Where Alfa is the title sponsor and Ferrari the engine supplier, much the same like Aston Martin Red Bull-Renault...) C37, which will be driven by Marcus Ericsson and Formula 2 champion Charles Leclerc: And the Renault RS18 (With a Renault engine, to keep it simple..) with Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz as this year's drivers:
    6 replies | 90 view(s)
  • Captain Kurt's Avatar
    Today, 12:41
    I agree with you johannesl. The problem for campaign and mission developers is three fold though. One, many add on developers are - or were - very (overly?) protective of their works and won't allow them to be included in campaign packages. Secondly, over time some of the developers have disappeared from gaming or worse have died, making it impossible to get permission to use their works in a package. And third, when it isn't possible to get permission to include something because of the first two things mentioned, the campaign developer needs to tell the player where to get files. However, web sites go down, get hacked, or re-title, or rearrange their postings. So what is described in the campaign instructions where to obtain something needed for the campaign can become...
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  • noddy's Avatar
    Today, 12:20
    noddy replied to a thread Assetto Corsa Redux in Racer's Paddock
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  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Today, 12:19
    Congrats, Milton! Your planes are a joy to fly, and great to look at, inside and out. You definately deserve the recognition you just got. Thank you for all your hard work, and for the quality of them. And all for free! Many thanks as well for your great effort during this year's RTW Race. You were alot of fun to have flying with us all! Again, Congrats, sir! Pat☺
    17 replies | 555 view(s)
  • fabulousfour's Avatar
    Today, 12:19
    :encouragement: Maybe it was fire in its tail that ended its life. :very_drunk:
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  • Fulvio_61's Avatar
    Today, 12:16
    Hello, does anyone have the same problem? ORBX FTX England v1.60, northwest of (ex) RAF Alconbury. Same problem both in P3D and in FSX...
    0 replies | 31 view(s)
  • gribouil's Avatar
    Today, 12:15
    Hi Dimus, this is a really beautiful scenery! Many thanks for your work... :ernaehrung004: Cheers, Stéph.
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  • oldmsgt's Avatar
    Today, 12:14
    Well deserved recognition for one of our all time great developers!! Cheers Milton! :ernaehrung004: The Old MSgt
    10 replies | 234 view(s)
  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Today, 12:12
    The .NET version works just like the JAVA version, it's just improved internally. May I ask, what problems you have trying to get it to work? Are you sure you install the correct .NET Framework as shown in the Readme? Do you install it OUTSIDE of C:\Program Files or C:\Program Files(X86)? If you want it to start with the sim, do you have the correct path in the EXE.XML file? It's very critical to make it work. When you make your own .cfg files, do you name them something other than aicarriers.cfg? Do you keep them out of the conf.d and root folders until ready for use? Like in a sub-folder of conf.d, or someplace you know where they are and can swap them in and out as desired. Do you use the first 4 lines (the section) from the aicarriers.cfg file in your .cfg files? Do you...
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  • p14u2nv's Avatar
    Today, 12:10
    Thank you very much Dimus, this scenery is simply outstanding!
    36 replies | 2063 view(s)
  • srgalahad's Avatar
    Today, 12:06
    For a few days? yes, several dozen :adoration: We were there last April/May for 3 weeks and only scratched the surface but did see some areas in depth - mostly the Somme (100th anniversary celebrations), a bit of Normandy, as well as museums in Paris. Beyond the standard list there are things like the fly-in/commemoration of the Caudron Brothers Aviation School at Le Crotoy (June 9th this year) with the aircraft landing on the beach which was the original site in WWI. Last year we hit upon a fly-in & static show at Amiens that featured a Spit, AN-2 (selling rides) and a great assembly of classic aircraft. Beyond the history of the two wars, Amiens is interesting and one highlight was a tour of Jules Verne's house (now a museum). PM me your email to make sure I have the right one...
    4 replies | 126 view(s)
  • downwind's Avatar
    Today, 12:03
    "Thank you" doesn't seem quite adequate for a catalog of work that is much greater in scope than I realized. I'm still going to say it.... Thank you​.
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  • giruXX's Avatar
    Today, 12:02
    I wonder how mush fire it would spit if it were more than just the tail. :encouragement:
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  • r.wisman's Avatar
    Today, 11:54
    Hi Chris, Thanks for your feed back, I like to make the repaints as accurate as possible, but that takes a lot of time. So if you,ve a request for a repaint ,send me detailed pics of the one you prefer. And wait a long time:mixed-smiley-027: regards, Richard my e-mail adres: richardwisman62@gmail.com
    2 replies | 102 view(s)
  • SeanTK's Avatar
    Today, 11:40
    SeanTK replied to a thread Is Nemeth back? in Prepar3D V4
    They are back. They already released a new Mi-24A (early Hind with greenhouse rather than bubble canopy) last month, and next is a Bell 407.
    4 replies | 80 view(s)
  • fabulousfour's Avatar
    Today, 11:21
    2 out of 3 is not too bad. :untroubled: Here is something more modern and probably quite a lot faster.
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