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    Yesterday, 17:15
    Hey guys, Although you'll have to bundle up to head up to these latitudes...I am in the process of building a series of historically accurate (at least for the British side) missions involving Operations Tungsten, Mascot, and Goodwood, as well as Paravane and Catechism. Aircraft used will be Avengers, Fireflies, Corsairs, Hellcats, Barracudas, Lancasters, and Seafires, as well as Heinkels, Ju-88s, and both Fw-190s and Bf-109s. Although the GSL scenery for Tromso won't translate into CFS3, I can pass along the mission descriptions and ship names to anyone who is interested.
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:51
    Beautiful shots, and I really like the way the water looks in your ETO! :applause: Cees
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 21st, 2014, 01:55
    Archive1, Ah...but you see, kemosahbee, many years ago, it was I who was asking the questions. (Ask bearcat241 or Talon, they'll tell you) In addition, I am a teacher, and it has become engrained for me to want to help others along, provided they're willing to try on their own, which you so clearly are. Back to business... I noticed two major issues here. The attached "scenery.cfg" file corrects the errors and puts the layers in the correct, sequential order. Because you had a gap between and , that meant that any scenery below (with higher numbers) than was not being recognized by CFS2. The other major issue, (also corrected) is that the "area" and "layer" numbers, with the exception of areas 1 and 2, should always be the same. (E.g. Area 3, Layer 3, etc.)
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    August 20th, 2014, 22:15
    Milton, :dizzy:I get a php file only, no zip, so there is nothing to be downloaded. :pop4:Can other people download these files? Cees
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    August 20th, 2014, 14:26
    Oooh! Here are the attachments! I replied to your PM that you forgot them!:biggrin-new: Thank you! Cees
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 20th, 2014, 03:12
    Archive1, If you post your scenery.cfg as an attachment, I can take a look...
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    August 19th, 2014, 11:10
    Dewoitine, Since this was an honest mistake, please just write a quick text file and attach it to the "Battle of France" thread declaring that some of the missions are the property of Led Zeppelin, and I will include it in the campaign package as a readme. No harm, no foul. Dewoitine, Comme il s'agissait d'une erreur de bonne foi, s'il vous plaît juste écrire un fichier de texte rapide et le joindre à la thread "bataille de France" déclarant que certaines des missions sont la propriété de Led Zeppelin, et je vais l'inclure dans le paquet de la campagne comme un readme. Pas de mal, pas de faute.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 19th, 2014, 09:57
    Dewoitine, Since this was an honest mistake, please just write a quick text file and attach it to the "Battle of France" thread declaring that some of the missions are the property of Led Zeppelin, and I will include it in the campaign package as a readme. No harm, no foul. Dewoitine, Comme il s'agissait d'une erreur de bonne foi, s'il vous plaît juste écrire un fichier de texte rapide et le joindre à la thread "bataille de France" déclarant que certaines des missions sont la propriété de Led Zeppelin, et je vais l'inclure dans le paquet de la campagne comme un readme. Pas de mal, pas de faute.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 19th, 2014, 03:40
    Stuart, Thanks. Those are actually the unfinished pics. It extends from Greenock down to Port Glasgow, but is spread out so that frame rates are acceptable. I just finished Tromso, in Northern Norway, because I am essentially revamping the "Tirpitz" pack in its entirety. I'm making sure that the attacks took place in their proper location, and am also ensuring that there are representations of "Tungsten," "Mascot," "Goodwood," and "Catechism." "Paravane" will be covered by DamBusters, and because the weather conditions cannot be reproduced in CFS2, I will have to skip over "Obliviate."
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 18th, 2014, 15:01
    Good evening, I just wanted to pass along some interesting quirkiness regarding CFS2. Above the Arctic Circle, you can get some very weird issues with the water and object placement. I noticed it with creating some scenery at Tromso, where the Tirpitz was anchored late in 1944 after the ship was damaged in another fjord further north-northeast. When you get close to the water with objects placed on land in confined areas, even static objects have a tendency to "slide" as you approach and pass them. Even stationary ships have this effect. I first noticed this on the Heinkels mission that takes you to Spitsbergen. Has anyone else come across this?
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 18th, 2014, 01:48
    Archive1, As far as my understanding of CFS2 goes, the "modules" folder holds the key. I'm wondering if perhaps it boils down to the cfsmap.dll and mplanner.dll files. Mine are 428kb and 488kb, respectively. Perhaps this doesn't check out the same on your end?
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 17th, 2014, 17:20
    Archive1, Just so you can see I'm not blowing smoke, here is a screenshot of my flying a mission off Crete with the Advanced Info screen working on my desktop.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 17th, 2014, 11:06
    Archive1, I'm not sure about why you might be having issues with the Advanced Info screen. I discussed this at length with Greg, (Shadow Wolf 07) because we are both running Windows 7. The only thing I can think of is that achim27619 told me once that for the airbase.dat file to work properly, there needs to be a little symbol below the last airbase.dat entry that looks like a square or an arrow. If that isn't in your file, that could cause some issues. I am going to go through and just dust off the Med after I get done with Europe, so give me a week or two on Quarta Sponda.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 17th, 2014, 03:08
    Gius, This is excellent work! Is there any chance that the model itself can be updated?
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 17th, 2014, 03:07
    Kurt, Did you get my e-mail about proper usage usage of the Team Daedalus 190s?
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  1. Airfiles are not my deptartment I guess. Sorry. If you cant find one from another FW, I usually ask Bearcat241 for assistance. He's an expert.

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    I actually converted the plane, since i started doing that... but can you make an airfile based after the fw190D?
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    Dear Mr.Morton ,
    I admire greatly all the excellent panels and aircraft conversions you provide for our hobby . You constantly exceed all expectations with the quality of your work !!! However on your Skydive site neither downloads for the Mosquito BIV or Mosquito BVI appear to work !!! Could this just be my computer or could a link be broken ? One last question,if I may . You make many panels but I always wondered why you never made panels for some of the more iconic American Aircraft like the B-17 or the B-25 and the B-26 . Thanks again for all your good work . Regards and Best Wishes 1150(Michael Lythgoe)
  4. Morton,

    I was visiting your skydrive and wanted to ask if any of your CFS2 aircraft would also work in FS2004.

    I love flying them in CFS2, but wanted to try them in FS2004 also.

    Thanks,

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    Ever thought of making a cfs2 conversion for the WoP (Wings of Power) Ta-152?
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    I echo the other sentiments here - you have added so much to CFS2 for so many people - Thank you!

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    Hello Mort,

    You have added so much to my CFS2 (AND ... FS9) enjoyment - many thanks. That Tempest repaint pack was truly a dream come true.

    cheers,

    dl
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    Morton, thank you so much!
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