Simdirector....anyone have experience with it?
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    Simdirector....anyone have experience with it?

    I have NOT tried using Simdirector yet. It appears as though it is possible to add objects to scenery using it?

    Would appreciate your comments. Thanks, NC

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    The P3D website has quit a bit of information about it. One of my winter projects was to go through the information and tutorials on the P3D website. Check back with me in the spring.
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    also the Learning Centre (in P3D root LearningCenter.chm) has tutorials and all the info required , but hard reading...

    Jorge

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    Yes, you can use it to place scenery objects. It's a bit clunky though.
    Have a look at this YouTube video.
    https://youtu.be/Vp4KOb2FDhs

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvn817j View Post
    The P3D website has quit a bit of information about it. One of my winter projects was to go through the information and tutorials on the P3D website. Check back with me in the spring.

    I wanted to check back with you about this program. I have only briefly looked at it, but do know it is capable of a lot. All I wanted to do right now, for example, is place some aircraft, parked on a flight line. I finally figured out how to select a aircraft as a object, but the lan landing gear are up! NC

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    Folk on the fsdeveloper.com forum should be able to help in spades!


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    make sure that you select is on ground YES...

    Jorge

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    For what it's worth, I've been working with SimDirector for about two and a half years now, (mainly on P3D v3), so I'd be happy to help if anyone has any questions.

    DLB.

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