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    JF Aussie Otters.zip


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category Prepar 3D / P4D Add-Ons

    Description: Textures for the RAAF's two DHC-3 Otters.

    These aircraft were bought from De Havilland Canada in kit form, then assembled at Bankstown, Australia. Power units were taken from leftover stock after CAC Wirraway production ceased.

    The aircraft, serials A100-390 and -392 served with No.1 Air Trials Unit - a predecessor of the modern ARDU, based at RAAF Edinburgh between 1961-67, before being transferred to the Weapons Research Unit at Woomera - which was operating in support of the British nuclear testing program.

    After a short period of RAAF operations, the aircraft were sold to Short Brothers, who operated them on a government contract until 1980, registered VH-UPL, and VH-UPM.

    Both aircraft were crated and shipped to Canada at the end of the contract, and -392 was still flying in 2013.

    These textures were created using the JF paint kit and tested in P3D v4. They should work perfectly well in FSX and earlier versions of the P3D product.

    Thanks to Bazzar for his help and patience.


    For Pat.




    Mike Wilson, Canberra 2017

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit JF Aussie Otters.zip
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Thanks Mike. I grabbed them last night but now need to fin a spare hour or 2 to install them and go for a flight.


    Cheers
    Pat


    "Some people might say that freedom is being alone in the bush with the only sounds being the murmurs from the birds ... but I believe freedom is at 5000 feet with no other sound than the engine roaring."- William Hutchison, a young man taken from us far too young (16).

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    Hi Mike.
    It appears that the thumbnails provided by you are not the same as your repaints.

    Cheers Chris

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    Really?

    No - that's the right files - can you show me a picture of the issue, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp762 View Post
    Really?

    No - that's the right files - can you show me a picture of the issue, please?
    Ok - I forgot that FSX has not yet evolved past the need for Thumbnails. :P

    Uploading new version now.

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