Yes i brought this aircraft when i downloaded the USS Nimitz was well impressed
Just downloaded all the needed apps and installed this evening....
All I can say is..WOW!
Truly impressive work.
Thank You Javier!
Yip Ive answerd a few email on this from my Alphasim Belleau wood ship (First to do animated elevators) in flight sim back 2 beers..I mean (Years) ago.. The prob was that some aircraft models have slightly offset reference points sometimes..thus when the ref point hits the edge of the lifts hard deck it simply falls off and it seems to you that it (Falls through)..thats the way it goes on a (small) hard deck..such as a lift elevator
After several months of search around internet to solve the JAVA error dialog box at the start of FSX, I found the solution on a Java developers forum.
A windows system file (mysteriously modified, maybe by a windows auto-update) that can be found under C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc. it's the hosts file.
Open it with notepad and add the following line if not there:
after the following line.
:: 1 localhost
Save it to your desktop (window won't allow you too save back in it original place). Then navigate back to C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc and override the existing file with the modified one from your desktop.
That's it fire up FSX and enjoy AICarriers2r2.
It solved my problem but some others may have another problem. Please note that AICarriers can't be fired up independantly from FSX. Its need to be fired up via the exe.xml file.
The root cause is that IPv6 is incompatible with AICarriers and it need the IPv4 loopback address.
Why is the hosts file modified? I don't know.
Hope this will help and please feed back would be appreciated.
I love the package!
Only bummer is you can't see the carrier in instant replay.
Just wondering if there's any way to fix this (my guess is no..)
Oh well, still fun anyway.
Get FS-Recorder for FSX (a quick google search will point you to it). It's freeware, and they accept donations.
All you do, is get to where you want recording to start, go to your tool bar at the top, hit record, do the landing or takeoff, whatever, hit escape when you're done, save the 'video' to whatever name, then go back to the tool bar, select fs-recorder again, hit play, and select the video you just saved, and you will see the carrier.
And the best part is, if you record the FS Recorded video with fraps, your sounds won't be all jumbled up like the FSX instant replay does
I have been trying different combinations of tailhook and launch assist
for the Alphsim EA6B but finding nothing that really works. For launch assist it appears that the launch bar lug needs to be almost center to the aircraft. Moving it forward seem to negate the positioning relative to the blast door and Shift>I fails. For the tail hook nothing at all works. I have used the suggestion of positioning a nav light to mimic lug & tailhook positions (very good idea) but am not seeing a solution.
tailhook_position=-21.00, 0.0, -6.8
launch_bar_pivot =2.233, 0.0, -2.122
launch_bar_lug = 1.5, 0, -6.8
I use Rob Barendregt's carrier package (rcbco-30.zip) for launching and recovery. It used to be on AVSIM but I have no idea where you'd find it now (is it on SOH anyone?).
I have the mods loaded and they seem to be working with one problem! I can't see and of the AI/static A/C on deck no matter whih CVA I choose or what detail level I select???
vet123- link no work!
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