• Rami's Avatar
    Today, 11:48
    UncleTgt, Geez...so many releases at once! I've rubbed off on you! :very_drunk:
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    Today, 11:46
    John, You did a wonderful job on these, thanks again for all of your assistance with the Port Darwin project! :biggrin-new:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 11:44
    John, You did an outstanding job on these, and Gavinc did a great job converting the model! :very_drunk:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 11:11
    Mack, I just double-checked and ruled out a couple of things. 1) I downloaded Maskrider's original MR_Australia package to see if he did any custom coastlines. Nope. 2) I double-checked my installation to make sure there isn't a goof. This is where your takeoff point should be...I have included a pic for details. Would you mind posting yours?
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 08:46
    Mack, Hmmmmm...let me check this evening. IIRC, the Darwin GSL sits on the stock mesh and coastlines. I don't use Rhumba's new coastlines in the PTO. If there is an issue, I am sure it's an easy fix. Kdriver did the new airfields. (Parap, Bathurst, Seaplane)
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 07:45
    Killer Svend, I'm probably one of the few that would, because I used these for the Heinkels! campaign and for Operation Frantic. They are part of Simonu's WWII troops, it's the US folder: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=17&id=6317 Happy to help, now rack up some kills. :very_drunk:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 03:56
    HouseHobbit, I don't have any specific notes for the AVG...the CBI theatre was kind of Al's alone in CFS2. But perhaps this will help...
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 03:54
    Hey guys, Here is another one, I did this one specifically for Talon: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?catid=43&linkid=20109 You have my full permission to use what you can, descriptions and all. :encouragement:
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    Today, 02:31
    BUON COMPLEANNO, MORTON!!!!! :guinness: :guinness: :guinness: Cheers! KH :ernaehrung004:
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    Today, 00:31
    Rog, Bob! Do send me a pm, or an e-mail at my usual old address, with your e-mail address. I should have it, but just in case I misplaced it or my brain misfires. I'll pack up what I did and send it over to you. As to the Atlantic FM-2, I have no documentation about squadrons and their ops in the Battle of the Atlantic. The first Wildcat dressed in that handsome Grey-White livery I ever saw, was one of your repaints. It's up to you, whichever skin comes easier for you to paint will be perfect for me.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:13
    In one of the rare occurrences, it actually is not a campaign. But thank you! :biggrin-new:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:31
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Missions Add-Ons Description: Welcome to the Port Darwin mission package! This package of eleven missions (8 Japanese, 3 American) is an attempt to chronicle the first major Japanese attack on Port Darwin, Australia which took place on 19 February, 1942. The missions in this package allow the user to fly the first wave from multiple perspectives; fighter pilot, diver-bomber pilot, and level-bomber pilot, using the Zero, Val, and Kate respectively. Other missions include the second wave as a level bomber pilot, and three other Japanese missions where you will participate in minor, lesser-known engagements that occurred along with, before, or after the main raid. The American missions depict ones flown by the 33rd Pursuit...
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:51
    Hello again, I must have goofed things up after the download, it works fine now. Oops! :banghead:
    1 replies | 99 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:47
    Hey guys, Aside from Port Darwin, which will be released early this week, I have another surprise coming soon, but I forget how to fix this... It's Morton's Re-2001 update: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=61&id=715
    1 replies | 99 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:44
    Good morning, John - Sorry I've not been in contact with you or Kevin for a couple of days. Mom's been in the hospital, but she's home now. :applause:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:43
    Allen, Neither did I. Top-notch work, UncleTgT! :very_drunk:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 29th, 2015, 14:44
    TheBookie, I understand that, but there's no point to doing it if I'm not doing both sides, in part as an homage to him. Writing the missions from scratch is a real hassle, and considering that Al and I spoke on Skype several times a month and we were good friends, I'm sure that he wouldn't have minded. He was good that way.
    9 replies | 454 view(s)
  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    August 29th, 2015, 12:39
    A very happy birthday to you Morton!
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 15:46
    TheBookie, Thanks for that info. Unlike Port Darwin, I don't profess the D.E.I. campaign to be historically accurate. The original campaign wasn't, and I didn't scorch the ends of the earth doing research on it. Looking at the DEI campaign's readme, the Val isn't used, and neither is the Kate. I'd like the Aleutians and Port Darwin to be more historically accurate, because those are being done as an homage to Talon. (At least the Japanese missions for the Aleutians I already have)
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  • Rami's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 14:17
    Hey guys, John (UncleTgt) Burdett does a great deal for the CFS2 community...and he made an off-handed observation about the Dutch East Indies campaign's historical accuracy, so I figured this was the least I could do for him, seeing how he's been feverishly slaving away on my behalf.
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    How are things down there in Beaufort land? Been awhile since I have been there to see "Jerry" at Discovery Diving.
    I have installed your Forts and just have to comment that they are FANTASTIC! Now, not to sound like a dolt, which is why this isn't a Public message, but where do you put the "US PILOT" that is part of the Forts D/L? I have put it in the "models" section and met with negative results. I keep getting "Pilot not found" Do you want it in the "aircraft section" just like TL's crewmen?
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    No GR. I threw only in HS.

    My choice for Discus came from Symphiosidon Discus, a tropical fish, and one of my "pets" that my kids and wife like a lot. Unfortunately I donīt have enough space for a german shepperd, my favorite dog.

    I think itīs important for you to know that until last week, before asking and getting from Talon the link to Caleb Flerkīs dp tutorial, a dp file for me was like reading a chinesse document.

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    you must add the 8 AAA on top of the new gsl i just sent you to get them firing as part of the mission.
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    Ghostrider I tried your operation Hailstone mission ( Truk strike 1E ) and my computer just handled it as far as the frame rate goes. I am using a e6400 dual core with a evga 8800gt video card. I think that was the most intense mission I have flown with cfs2 so far. A fantastic looking mission. olaf
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    How are you this rainy but fine day?
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