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  1. #551
    Quote Originally Posted by Dimus View Post
    It works great in v5. I had it installed as a package outside P3D in v4.5 so a simple addon.cfg entry pointing to it brought everything in v5 at once.
    Can you give your xml code? It will be quicker for me .
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  2. #552
    Forgive my confusion ... will the Falklans 82 ships be a seperate package or a future update for Global AI Ship Traffic ?

    Best wishes

    Gary

  3. #553
    Quote Originally Posted by gary20 View Post
    Forgive my confusion ... will the Falklans 82 ships be a seperate package or a future update for Global AI Ship Traffic ?

    Best wishes

    Gary
    Good question... I wish I could answer, but currently I am producing a lot of classic ships, so odds are that I will do a separate package which will draw on both the classic ships already included and add a bunch of new ships including Falklands and a completely new set of routes for the classic ships, so there will be at least two but maybe three different periods - 1960-1970, 1975-1985 and then the modern package which will continue to be the most complete with over 1150 ships. For the 75-85 period I guess I have around 200-250 ships - for 1960-1970 maybe around 150 at this point, but speaking with the rest of the team the number might increase significantly.





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  4. #554
    Quote Originally Posted by kl791 View Post
    Good question... I wish I could answer, but currently I am producing a lot of classic ships, so odds are that I will do a separate package which will draw on both the classic ships already included and add a bunch of new ships including Falklands and a completely new set of routes for the classic ships, so there will be at least two but maybe three different periods - 1960-1970, 1975-1985 and then the modern package which will continue to be the most complete with over 1150 ships. For the 75-85 period I guess I have around 200-250 ships - for 1960-1970 maybe around 150 at this point, but speaking with the rest of the team the number might increase significantly.
    WOW !!!! .. Now that is exciting news.
    Really looking forward to this.

    Many Thanks

    Gary

  5. #555
    Quote Originally Posted by YoYo View Post
    Can you give your xml code? It will be quicker for me .
    Actually I have created myself a "package" of all files needed in a folder and wrote an xml for it so it is not that simple. I will PM you later when I'm home.

  6. #556
    Quote Originally Posted by Dimus View Post
    Actually I have created myself a "package" of all files needed in a folder and wrote an xml for it so it is not that simple. I will PM you later when I'm home.
    it was long time , I created my own, works great, thx!
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  7. #557
    Quote Originally Posted by YoYo View Post
    it was long time , I created my own, works great, thx!
    Great! I’ve been too busy... apologies.

  8. #558
    A few screenies from the sea trials today. All classic ships built between 1950 and 1965.






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  9. #559
    Very beautiful. If you need very old ships...

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  10. #560
    Quote Originally Posted by jagl04 View Post
    Very beautiful. If you need very old ships...

    Very interesting model. It must be the Dedalo - I just found her in this link with a quite interesting picture of a rotorcraft taking of from her in 1934: https://www.naval-encyclopedia.com/ww2/spain/armada It is a bit before the period I'm working on but sometime I will move back in time...

  11. #561
    Another shot from the testing...



    And the next variant of the Supramar PT50 hydrofoil - Flyvefisken which served the route from Copenhagen to Malmö

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    Henrik, these look superb.

    The period bracket you cite would be perfect - I had your ships instalalled in FSX, but haven't yet in P3D, because I wanted to limit my shipping environment to primarily the classic period.

    If it's possible for the ships from the period of 1950-1970 to be segregated, that would be superb, because then I can create a "classic period" shipping install separate from a "modern period" install and one or the other.

    Anyway - looking forward to these.

    dl

  13. #563
    Quote Originally Posted by delta_lima View Post
    Henrik, these look superb.

    The period bracket you cite would be perfect - I had your ships instalalled in FSX, but haven't yet in P3D, because I wanted to limit my shipping environment to primarily the classic period.

    If it's possible for the ships from the period of 1950-1970 to be segregated, that would be superb, because then I can create a "classic period" shipping install separate from a "modern period" install and one or the other.

    Anyway - looking forward to these.

    dl
    Thanks It will be two completely different set of routes. I want to recreate a realistic shipping from the time, and then there shouldn't come a 400 metres long container giant spoiling the nostalgia... I won't be able to cover the whole globe - at least not in one go, so wishes to focus areas are welcome - and better if some classic sceneries exist for the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kl791 View Post
    Thanks It will be two completely different set of routes. I want to recreate a realistic shipping from the time, and then there shouldn't come a 400 metres long container giant spoiling the nostalgia... I won't be able to cover the whole globe - at least not in one go, so wishes to focus areas are welcome - and better if some classic sceneries exist for the area.
    Hi Henrik,

    My suggestion would be where there’s already some good FSX compatible Calclassic scenery. So nodes I’d consider:

    New York
    Miami
    Havana
    Beirut
    Hong Kong
    Calcutta
    Seattle
    Los Angeles
    Honolulu
    Lisbon
    Nice

    As examples. Excited for this package, whatever you decide.

    Many kind thanks.

    DL

  15. #565
    Thanks for the suggestions I will have a look at the Calclassic sceneries.

  16. #566
    Ships for Hong Kong 1962... I am getting to the point where I have enough models to start doing the first routes

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  17. #567
    Quote Originally Posted by kl791 View Post
    Ships for Hong Kong 1962... I am getting to the point where I have enough models to start doing the first routes
    Very, very nice!

    I am correct in assuming that you will be including routes within the South China Sea (and Haiphong Harbor prior to Operation Pocket Money)?
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  18. #568
    Quote Originally Posted by awstub View Post
    Very, very nice!

    I am correct in assuming that you will be including routes within the South China Sea (and Haiphong Harbor prior to Operation Pocket Money)?
    Yes, that is the intention. Several of the new models I can document have been to Vietnam during the conflict, so besides all the new carriers coming along at the moment you will also have the civil traffic.

  19. #569
    Today was spent building and testing routes - below screenshots taken in FSX between Buenos AIres and Montevideo:









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    Sorry for the annoying question in advance but...

    Sorry for the annoying question in advance but P3Dv4 does accept FSX boat/ferry routes as-is or?

    Thanks! Just bought P3Dv4 like a few weeks before it got upgraded - sigh, but happy I did.

  21. #571
    Quote Originally Posted by JosefK View Post
    Sorry for the annoying question in advance but P3Dv4 does accept FSX boat/ferry routes as-is or?

    Thanks! Just bought P3Dv4 like a few weeks before it got upgraded - sigh, but happy I did.
    This will work in FSX and all P3D versions released so far - I just do my initial testing with a default version of FSX to check the routes compared to default coastlines.

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