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  • Devildog73's Avatar
    Today, 07:26
    GREAT screenie, b-but which one is on fire? hard to tell from the angle of the screen shot.
    1 replies | 77 view(s)
  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Today, 07:25
    My pleasure...hope it helps. :encouragement: After all is said and done in MTO scenery addons and updates (if ever LOL!), someone might commission a nice mapping project to ice the cake. :triumphant:
    5 replies | 110 view(s)
  • Devildog73's Avatar
    Today, 07:19
    I haven't given up. Are we flying south to Madagascar or east to say Oman and onward to Australia? I have baseball practice for a couple of hours with my little league team in a couple of hours but should be able to pick up a flight later this evening or night. I will keep an eye on it and try to jump in at least as a wingman dependent upon timing. Lee
    249 replies | 3509 view(s)
  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 04:19
    I did a second round too! Come on people! Let's give the SOH another year of bandwith without adds! Cees
    47 replies | 2574 view(s)
  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Today, 00:05
    ...Just can't stay here...:redfire:
    1 replies | 77 view(s)
  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:36
    As usual, nice work Morten...and you also Gaucho on the panel...all of your panels. If i may be permitted, i'd like to offer some constructive critique on using 3D imaging for 2D paneling. As pleasing as this approach may be on the eye, its limitations can be quite aggravating for a panel editing junkie like myself. See, i'm the type who likes to appoint an instrument or switch from my extensive gauge collection to every position shown on a 2D panel bmp. But with 3D imaging, some vital gauge positions are either hidden, semi-hidden or blocked by switches, handles or other cockpit assemblies, e.g. an attitude gauge, compass or clock should not be blocked by a gunsight assembly in 2D mode. Or, in some cases, like both magneto switches shown above, a bit too much eye distance perspective...
    14 replies | 481 view(s)
  • Blood_Hawk23's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:14
    where can that model be found. I don't remember seeing it before. I'd love to have it in CFS2 as well.
    4 replies | 86 view(s)
  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:04
    Thank you Bearcat241!
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  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:17
    Shadow Wolf, As far as i know, the only contributing scenery designer for the MTO to package maps with his work was Rick (RCAF_Gunner) Rutherford back in '03. His trademark was the 417RCAF series including Italy and N.Afrika. Since his time, others have contributed to the theater, in many cases providing updated versions of the bases that Rick did. So, even though we might be working with updated GSL versions, Gunner's map locations are still useful with them. His maps are sort of rudimentary sketches, unlike the nicely detailed topographic color jobs that Maskrider packed with his PTO work (many thanks for that Chris - i love your work). Maybe you'll find these helpful...
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  • Led Zeppelin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:40
    Unusual topics, once again! I particulary like the Free French Hurricane! ;-)
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  • Led Zeppelin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:39
    Beautifull! :wavey:
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  • Blood_Hawk23's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:08
    Peperez, Tom Sanford made a programable GPS found here.... might be what you are looking for.
    5 replies | 110 view(s)
  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:48
    In a related question: Has anyone published a map of the MTO with the CFS2 bases on it?
    5 replies | 110 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:11
    John, I took another stab at it this morning. I included the originals for comparison. I think the flight envelope is closer to specs, except the aircraft still behaves like a flying brick; unstable and requiring a lot of positive elevator. One thing I can try is to use the Air Wrench "estimate control surfaces" feature once I input the length, wingspan, and wing area. Even if the dimensions are a little off for the control surfaces...if CFS2 accepts them and she flies well, will that be okay with you, even if she is not 100% to specs?
    17 replies | 658 view(s)
  • kelticheart's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:37
    Shoot, BC! This time I can't help you because I never had such problem and I do not remember a discussion about it. Usually, I am good at catching interesting tech threads and save them to my personal CFS2 user's manual. It grew to a three large ring binder books!! I hope someone will be able to dig out that thread, I'll save it immediately. Cheers! KH :ernaehrung004:
    4 replies | 141 view(s)
  • Devildog73's Avatar
    January 29th, 2015, 22:10
    Dave, I am running ATT Motorola NVG589 gateway router. It is a DSL on steroids I think. Anyway, all, ALL ports timed out. I can get into the configuration settings but need to know what to do once there. Is there a time tomorrow, Friday, 30 Jan you will be online and able to guide me?
    36 replies | 8225 view(s)
  • Devildog73's Avatar
    January 29th, 2015, 21:56
    Okay CFS2ers, If you are interested we need more pilots with either FS9/2004 or FSX who are willing to help SOH take the cup this year. We especially need pilots NOT on the east coast of the USA to cover as many time zones around the world as possible. There is a Thread on it in the Simulators.
    0 replies | 54 view(s)
  • Devildog73's Avatar
    January 29th, 2015, 21:21
    The baton is back at EGPH and free. Throughout my flight I had to keep hitting my "B" key to reset the altimeter. On final it did it no less than 5 times as I was IFR runway 25, just transitioned to 2,000 feet from 5,000. Not only have I flown that approach several times in FS9 and FSX, I have done it in real life. There is nothing to hit inside the outer marker at 2,000 Feet. Runway elevation is 1181.
    249 replies | 3509 view(s)
  • Devildog73's Avatar
    January 29th, 2015, 20:21
    My research indicates circumnavigation records hitting each continent all went through London, Cairo, Sydney and Singapore. 75 NM north of Stuttgart descending through 11,000 for 5,000 and final approach into a snowing EDDS.
    249 replies | 3509 view(s)
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