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    I'm absolutely loving what you guys are doing here.. please keep up the great work..

  2. #127

    Fine tuning lights

    Fine tuning the lights further and added a second VC light for the aft observer type cockpit.


    Code:
    [LIGHTS]
    //Types: 1=beacon, 2=strobe, 3=navigation, 4=cockpit, 5=landing, 6=taxi, 7=recognition, 8=wing, 9=logo, 10=cabin
    
    light.0 =3, -47.400000, -86.500000, 2.50000, fx_navredm,
    light.1 =3, -47.100000, 86.500000, 2.45000, fx_navgrem,
    light.2 =3, -47.700000, -0.150000, 0.150, fx_navwhi,
    light.3 =4, -3.785, -1.6, 2.25, fx_vclighth,
    light.4 =4, -35.000, 0.0, 0.00, fx_vclighth,
    light.5 =2, -47.400000, -86.500000, 2.5000, fx_strobeh ,
    light.6 =2, -47.100000, 86.500000, 2.45000, fx_strobeh ,
    light.7 =2, -47.700000, -0.150000, 0.150, fx_strobeh, 
    light.8 =1, -18.50,   1.60,  5.30, fx_beaconh ,
    light.9 =1, -18.50,   1.60,  -4.90, fx_beaconh ,
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails lights.jpg  

  3. #128
    This thing is looking awesome. :-)

    LouP

  4. #129
    3 years has passed since this was posted, the challenge to finish was great for my experience at the time, but I went head on and learned everything I could and now I feel like I can finish, not at Piglets level but leaving him comfortable to fly, when converting it turned into a lot of welded parts, but after a lot of work I separated it, added instrument windows, started a mapping of the interior that I could give to the VC









    a lot of work ahead, I do it little by little and let's see what's ahead
    English is not my native language, I ask your indulgence.
    Correct me, if you will.

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  6. #131
    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Donadon View Post
    3 years has passed since this was posted, the challenge to finish was great for my experience at the time, but I went head on and learned everything I could and now I feel like I can finish, not at Piglets level but leaving him comfortable to fly, when converting it turned into a lot of welded parts, but after a lot of work I separated it, added instrument windows, started a mapping of the interior that I could give to the VC

    a lot of work ahead, I do it little by little and let's see what's ahead
    I'm very happy to see this coming back to life. I had a lot of fun making up 2D panels (open to interpretation) so I could fly it.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails pilot.jpg   co-pilot.jpg  

  7. #132
    I can finish the Virtual Cockpit, but if anyone wants to help I will be grateful, I need someone to position the instruments, and someone who colors the textures of the interior, that would advance the project






    English is not my native language, I ask your indulgence.
    Correct me, if you will.

  8. #133
    English is not my native language, I ask your indulgence.
    Correct me, if you will.

  9. #134
    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Donadon View Post
    I can finish the Virtual Cockpit, but if anyone wants to help I will be grateful, I need someone to position the instruments, and someone who colors the textures of the interior, that would advance the project






    I was also trying to lay instruments in the VC I had no luck. I did get permission from Milton Shupe to use the gauges from his plane though. (That way the plane would have era appropriate instruments.) If you have at least one instrument set in the VC instrument panel and one in the F.E. panel I would be able to (and be happy to) try and map the rest now that you have it set up with something the instruments can rest on.

  10. #135
    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawk72s View Post
    I'm very happy to see this coming back to life. I had a lot of fun making up 2D panels (open to interpretation) so I could fly it.
    Are they uploaded somewhere? ...

  11. #136
    Quote Originally Posted by Jafo View Post
    Are they uploaded somewhere? ...

    Sorry, no.
    I "borrowed" from a number of different aircraft to get what I believed the panels looked like. She only flies on my PC.

  12. #137
    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawk72s View Post
    Sorry, no.
    I "borrowed" from a number of different aircraft to get what I believed the panels looked like. She only flies on my PC.
    How about just the bitmaps.....it'd be a doddle for me to set up gauges....I've done and uploaded many 2d panels over the years....

  13. #138
    Quote Originally Posted by Jafo View Post
    How about just the bitmaps.....it'd be a doddle for me to set up gauges....I've done and uploaded many 2d panels over the years....
    PM was just sent.

  14. #139
    a lot of work, but now with animated commands



    English is not my native language, I ask your indulgence.
    Correct me, if you will.

  15. #140
    could someone tell me what the function of these 2 levers is, and what movement does it do?



    English is not my native language, I ask your indulgence.
    Correct me, if you will.

  16. #141
    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Donadon View Post
    could someone tell me what the function of these 2 levers is, and what movement does it do?



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    Looks like landing gear control lever on the VC.

    On the 2D panel its the parking brake.

    Check message #80 for link to pilot manual.

  17. #142
    thank you very much, it helped a lot, in case someone has the warchild email? I have to talk to him, but he is not showing up here
    English is not my native language, I ask your indulgence.
    Correct me, if you will.

  18. #143
    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Donadon View Post
    thank you very much, it helped a lot, in case someone has the warchild email? I have to talk to him, but he is not showing up here
    Sorry to say I don't have an email for him.

  19. #144
    Warchild is active on the FS2020 forum. You can send a PM to reach her.

  20. #145

    Lightbulb YB-49 Pilots manual

    A nice, clean copy of the YB-49 pilots manual.
    Lots of photos and drawings about systems and instruments that would apply to XB-35.


    https://www.filefactory.com/file/7cc...20Handbook.pdf
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails pilots panel.jpg   landing gear.jpg   controls.jpg  

  21. #146
    waiting for Warchild I will continue with the work, everything created by Piglets is mapped, I will create new compartments leaving the interior very interesting






    English is not my native language, I ask your indulgence.
    Correct me, if you will.

  22. #147
    Looking very good, thanks..!

  23. #148
    Hi Gentlemen!

    just surfing the net looking for something totally unrelated, I found
    this handbook (84 pages) in one of them ePDF free sites.
    Click image for larger version. 

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    If interested just give me a shout and it is on its way!
    Born to Fly

  24. #149
    Quote Originally Posted by Ascua View Post
    Hi Gentlemen!

    just surfing the net looking for something totally unrelated, I found
    this handbook (84 pages) in one of them ePDF free sites.
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	B-35.png 
Views:	9 
Size:	151.4 KB 
ID:	81965

    If interested just give me a shout and it is on its way!

    Thanks for the offer. This may be the same manual as mentioned in message #80.
    Definitely looking for a better copy with clear, sharp photos and drawings.

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