• Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:27
    Jmauger, I do not have this, and I do not believe that it has been uploaded here to SOH. However, perhaps Dombral might know where it is hiding.
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  • CrisGer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:21
    Rami, I am grateful beyond words for this accurate and historic work you are doing, London was the prime port of the entire British empire and the docks were the heart of the port and the entire economic infrastructure that fed the products of the UK to the Empire and from the colonies and commonwealth countries back to the Heartland. It was in essence the Heart of London. Rarely visited by those who were not seamen or dock workers but still essential. I am so glad to see it all happening so nicely and so well done. :medals::medals:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:12
    Good evening, Here are the other shots, including a couple of small anchorages along the Thames. Unfortunately, there is a minor flaw in the landclass and street layout which puts an unseemly road in the harbor area, bit I tried to cover it as best I could. :very_drunk:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:10
    Good evening, Here is the second-to-last London gob....The Royal Albert and Victoria Docks. The first is a wide shot.
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  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:13
    Thank you sir!
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:31
    Good morning, I'm getting closer to the completion of the second-to-last gob; the Royal Albert Dock. I am now working on the Queen Victoria Dock.
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  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:41
    Any HW with 64bit capability is also 32bit capable to begin with, so it would naturally adapt to your XP 32bit without any issues. The 64-bit architecture of your Win7 system is contained within its separate partition, which it has nothing to do with your XP partition. In the past i ran XP/x86 and and Win7/x64 in D-boot with no 32bit vs 64bit hardware issues between the two separate systems which shared the same HW. The architecture used by a system's hardware is determined only at the software level by the user's choice of system shell - am i gonna install Windows 32bit or Windows 64bit? Modern dual compatible HW doesn't care either way, so it operates well in both environments as designed. I now run XPSP3/x86 and W7/x32 for more legacy program flexibility between both systems. The only...
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  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:33
    Gavin, I'm not familiar with the term "GRUB". But to answer your other question, you would do better to re-partition your current system drive and add a new 100GB D: drive there for installing XP. With Windows OS's, pre-Win7 platforms should always be on the primary drive. Is their native environment. The extra drive can then be reserved for moving your sims and games to for protection against system viral infections and system drive failures, or it can be deployed as an additional storage drive. The only problems i can foresee is that with dual booting Windows systems, the most recently installed OS becomes the default primary system. So XP will become the default automatically during the boot sequence and you'll have to standby to manually select Win7 during the boot process....
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  • kelticheart's Avatar
    Yesterday, 00:57
    :wavey: :sorrow::sorrow:..........Yet I am glad to read you are resolving your issues... Any type of nowadays 64-bit hware and Win7 would work with dual booting? No problems with running 32-bit CFS2? I've always used AMD-based pc's.
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  • kelticheart's Avatar
    Yesterday, 00:30
    Great job, Allen! :encouragement: Now the correct 1940-42 RAF roundels. For this task, let me suggest: since you are busy up to your ears with all of these new fps-efficient models, why don't we bring in some of our very talented repainters, who I am sure they will be very happy to contribute to your project? After all, it's just a matter of replacing fin flash, fuselage and underwing roundels on your MkIa, a few minutes job for our 'experten'. They can even create historical reproductions by applying fuselage squadron codes to the fuselage with very little effort. The first RAF/ETO experts I can think of: UncleTgt, Captain Kurt, Shessi, Morton, Sopwith Chameleon (who has retired from repainting activity, but might be still interested) and, just returned to his paintbrushes,...
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  • bearcat241's Avatar
    May 21st, 2015, 10:34
    Exactly why i personally dumped the VM setup and have eternally adopted dual booting with XP, mainly for the sake of my beloved legacy sims and gaming. I want everything running normal in original operating system compatibility without the all the extra combobulations. Even though these legacy programs were originally designed for the Win98 platform, XP still does a marvelous job of accommodation as the the last truly compatible system for most of them.
    16 replies | 426 view(s)
  • kelticheart's Avatar
    May 21st, 2015, 00:02
    May I suggest a pilot figure loaded as a weapon? I always read here it improves fps even further. Very nice shots! The Spitfire MkIX was substantially a re-engined MkV with a strengthened airframe. The MkV looks differed little from the MkI and Ia. Yet, it had a longer nose to accommodate the larger two-speed, dual stage compressor of the R.R. Merlin 60-series engines, 12 single exhaust stubs instead of the earlier type grouped in three on each side, a 4-blade prop to absorb the engine power at higher altitudes and a longer, more sharply tapered prop spinner containing a new constant-speed prop mechanism. You did a great job in correcting exh stubs, propeller and carb intake.
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  • kelticheart's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 23:12
    :jawdrop: :jawdrop: Geees......, speaking of re-enactment thrill! And I thought my top-dream would be going to the Duxford Flying Legends Airshow....... Allow me a comment about Erica's last line: wouldn't that be a neat excuse, yet expensive, to divorce someone.......:biggrin-new: Cheers! KH :ernaehrung004:
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  • kelticheart's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 23:02
    Thank you, Stockplane! :applause: :encouragement: :applause: Nice job on these panels and gunsight reticles! Cheers! KH :ernaehrung004:
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  • kelticheart's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 22:54
    Amazing Allen! :applause: :applause: :applause: Your efforts to produce good-looking, efficient animation rate ETO models is enormously appreciated! Forgive my questionable memory: didn't you create already a razorback P-47D-20? Thank you! KH :ernaehrung004:
    16 replies | 449 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 15:19
    Maxstuka, You mean this one? http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=42&id=6462
    5 replies | 180 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 14:55
    Allen, Not much more that can be said here...great work! :very_drunk:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 04:30
    Hey guys, Ever wonder what Rami wants for Christmas? Erica asked me if I had anything in mind because she likes to shop during off-peak months. I showed her my ultimate wish, now she thinks I'm certifiably insane. https://www.warhistoryonline.com/military-vehicle-news/want-to-live-the-dream-want-to-fly-your-own-mission-in-a-b-17-bomber-camp-2015-announced.html Her quote? "For that price, you should be served with divorce papers when you land."
    2 replies | 202 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 01:07
    Good morning Alan, Please take a look at this thread: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/showthread.php?93802-looking-for-online-fun
    1 replies | 109 view(s)
  • kelticheart's Avatar
    May 20th, 2015, 00:59
    OH, YEAH!!! :applause: :redfire: :encouragement: May I suggest the colour balance and saturation you adopted for your early AH Hurricane MkIa and YAS Spitfire MkIa v.1 RAF skins? Those are still simply wonderful, timeless works of art and I go: "Aaahhhh...." each time I take one of those birds out of my hangar! Just to remain the same old pest, may I also suggest, should you decide to go for it at your own convenience, of course, to port your YAS Spitfire MkIa v.1 skins over to Merlin66's version 2.0 (PR-F) of the same aircraft?
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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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