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    Today, 14:33
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Skins - Japanese Description: White and green A6m2 version with high-res wide screen panel for Akemi's Zero. To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
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    Today, 13:15
    Two versions, one green and one white for Akemi's superb Zero. And a widescreen panel.. of course Morton
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:22
    Ken, I took care of the update for you. The Battle of Britain / Operation Sealion, and the GSL ports package are all updated, at SOH and my box site.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:22
    Highpockets, Nope. Apparently, I did. :jawdrop: Kudos to you for bringing this to my attention. :very_drunk: Try it now:
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    Yesterday, 06:06
    Beepee, Splendid work! What would you like me to do with the older version?
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    Yesterday, 03:16
    Rami replied to a thread FDG. in CFS2 General Discussion
    Good morning, Please try running a search under the username FDGv2. The other models for CFS2 should be in the Donationware section. Also, try this:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 16th, 2014, 14:24
    Al, Many thanks for this, I'm sure they will keep our contingent of Pacific and CBI enthusiasts very happy! :wavey: One question, would you like me to delete this one?
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    April 16th, 2014, 09:07
    Beepee, You are getting Morton's touch; simple and intuitive, yet eye-pleasing. Great job!
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    April 16th, 2014, 09:01
    Wolfgang, Many thanks for all of your efforts on this, including using the Beirut GSL scenery! Since I have most, if not all the parts for it, installing it should be pretty quick! Did you consider doing the Iraqi conflict of '41?
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 14:40
    Fibber, Yet another chink in the armor of Mark Clark, the MacArthur of the Italian Theatre.
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    April 15th, 2014, 14:35
    Highpockets, Try this:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 11:39
    Fibber, Not a problem. After the landing, not advancing inland really set the stage for disaster at Anzio. That being said, Anzio wasn't quite as bad as Salerno, that landing came withing a good sneeze of failure. Hats off to the US Navy and her big guns for averting disaster there. :very_drunk: If the area surrounding Anzio had hills like Salerno did, woe betide the troops who would have been trapped in the Anzio pocket.
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    April 15th, 2014, 11:19
    Fibber, I have to take exception here. Saying that Anzio was an unmitigated disaster has to be qualified. The landings themselves were uncontested, and there were no German units of strength in the area that could be mobilized for at least twenty-four to thirty-six hours. The gates to at least make a strong push on Rome were wide open. John "McClellan" Lucas, commander of VI Corps, chose to have his Richmond / Antietam moment at this crucial juncture, and doing nothing is what allowed German units to surround the Anzio beachhead. This is one of the precise moments where I think Patton could have measurably shortened the Italian campaign. He would very likely have pushed to turn the Gothic Line and scare the crap out of the Wehrmacht.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 09:33
    Kevin, Thank you for doing the conversion on these files, and Ian - Thank you for your generosity for allowing your works to be modified!
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    April 15th, 2014, 06:51
    Highpockets, From a tactical and agressiveness perspective, I see a lot in common between Patton and Stonewall Jackson. Kurt, Sam Elliot isn't who is known for mincing words. I love his straightforwardness. I still love his portrayal of Buford from Gettysburg.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 05:00
    Jinx, It depends on the theatre and the nationality of the aircraft. Flying a German fighter from Biggin Hill just seems wrong to me.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 04:54
    Hey guys, I posted this question on a test for extra credit, and wanted to hear your responses on it. "Given Patton's military competency and the rivalry between he and the British commander Montgomery, how do you think the Battle for Italy would have been different if Patton hadn't slapped a soldier and been removed from the theatre?" Just spitballing some scenarios... Salerno Anzio
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 14th, 2014, 14:56
    Ken and others, I'm going to wait for kdriver to upload the objects by ian elliot before I upload any corrections. I need a night to catch up on sleep anyway.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    April 14th, 2014, 14:55
    Kurt, I updated all the aircraft that had corrected .dp files in the errata folder. :wavey:
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    April 14th, 2014, 13:44
    I already declared myself semi-retired.......LOL! Cees
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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.


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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.


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    Morton, thank you so much!
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