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  • Seahawk72s's Avatar
    Today, 15:35
    The repaint artist from above has a number of other liveries.
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  • Penzoil3's Avatar
    Today, 15:25
    Many reports of problems with the .092 update. It seems to be causing a lot of CTD's. I deleted it and went back one version.
    74 replies | 5317 view(s)
  • Seahawk72s's Avatar
    Today, 15:24
    Version 2.0: This livery just working with Airbus H135 new version 0.92 and above. Add new parts of helicopter
    74 replies | 5317 view(s)
  • JD_LincsUK's Avatar
    Today, 14:31
    JD_LincsUK replied to a thread Milviz PC-6 Porter in Prepar3D
    Does anyone fly this crate in FSX-SE in VR? I only fly VR these days and have used the excellent Tim Conrad release up to now (which is great in VR) but thought I'd go for this one and I get a CTD every time I try and load it. I tried on the monitor in 2D, but still got a CTD to start with. After a reinstall, it worked once on the monitor - but still get a CTD for VR. Struggling to find any info on the 'net of others using it in VR (and not with P3D). I'll be buying the new one being developed for FS2020 without any doubt, but I'm still using the 'old' sims for Air Hauler etc and whilst the airframes available for the new sim are still very limited.
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  • BendyFlyer's Avatar
    Today, 14:05
    jmig - I think in many aspects you have hit the nail on the head. I am not sure why but it seems it is this harware combination of the Intel CPU and the NVIDIA card that P3D works flawlessly with. I have similar rig and same outcome everything to the max basically and no problems at all. As for VR - seems like a fascinating way to go, i have looked at it carefully but cannot decide - I wish I could wear the goggles required but I can't pity there is no helmet version to make it more comfortable. Yeah I am with you on the steam gauges - I finished up in the real world with all the EFIS stuff etc and in a lot of ways it does make life in the cockpit a lot more easy as all the info is at your fingertips but learning the programming to get the best of it is a pain even for somebody like me...
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 13:55
    That is an I.C.A.R. Universal from :romania:, Robert.
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  • warchild's Avatar
    Today, 12:17
    Oh I know that :).. I never took it as derogatory :).. The spit is a beautiful plane. I had to own it.. I DID reduce the P-Factor though.. No, I'm honored in many wonderful ways.. :). The challenge for me was that the Spit and Tomahawk are diagonal opposites.. The Spit climbs like a monkey on drugs, the Tomahawk climbs like a brick.. The spit can turn with the BF-109 the P-40 can double that turn rate. The Spit is one hell of a fighter, The Tomahawk is one hell of a ground support/attack plane.. The spit is fast, the tomahawk? Not so much.. I celebrate all these aircraft. Payware, Freeware, I dont care. They have wings.. Maybe its that I feel we need to tell the folks at Flying Iron "Ya done good", because they really did, and maybe hearing it from a competitor may mean more to them...
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  • Josh Patterson's Avatar
    Today, 12:14
    I've said it before... Of all the non-naval aircraft the producers could have picked from this was probably the best choice. If you squint it actually resembles an F-11 Tiger!
    37 replies | 5851 view(s)
  • peperez's Avatar
    Today, 11:59
    Uncle TGT give me a gift: a Delta Lanciani turret and a bomber guy gondola for Giuli's Piaggio P.23R. With these additions we can do a New York P.123R bomber. I'm doing an update to my conersion with the new outfits. Cheers Pepe
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  • Priller's Avatar
    Today, 11:44
    Hi Pam, What I said was in no way meant to be derogatory of the P-40. I own it and I love it! Priller
    8 replies | 368 view(s)
  • Priller's Avatar
    Today, 11:41
    What the Chief said!! Priller
    3 replies | 144 view(s)
  • hairyspin's Avatar
    Today, 11:31
    Diesel powered too! Winkle Brown tells of collecting a captured one from Norway and the German pilot seemed to take forever to get airborne. He had actually locked the control column first and was trying to shake the aircraft to pieces on the water. Brown replaced him and found the BV-222 actually lifted off quite happily. The controls were powered, which was quite revolutionary in its day.
    48 replies | 5634 view(s)
  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 11:16
    Wow! Talking about a gap that had to be filled! Great news Shessi! :adoration: Cees
    4 replies | 787 view(s)
  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 11:11
    I think I will wait for Dino's. Worth the extra cost, in my opinion! NC
    3 replies | 144 view(s)
  • TheBookie's Avatar
    Today, 10:54
    TheBookie replied to a thread Lady Lex in CFS2 General Discussion
    I want to put up some screenshots but I need a new keyboard because the key for the views doesn't work right. I won't upload something that isn't complete.I was going to complete both Lady Lex and the Yorktown missions together bur may just upload the Lady Lex when I complete it.That way I can give people something and work on the Yorktown missions. TheBookie
    15 replies | 2803 view(s)
  • TheBookie's Avatar
    Today, 10:45
    TheBookie replied to a thread Lady Lex in CFS2 General Discussion
    Rami, Actually some of these missions were done by Talon,I just reworked and added to them.Some of the techniques he developed weren't perfected yet so weren't used,I added them to the missions. He also updated a lot of his missions and campaigns but never got around to uploading them,I'm still checking them out to see how many he finished. TheBookie
    15 replies | 2803 view(s)
  • Javis's Avatar
    Today, 10:01
    Thanks, Chief. Would certainly be my all time fav airfield in MSFS but it doesn't look very much like the Old Warden i know.... buildings should be dark green, not white, look like MSFS stock buildings... Those American Spits look pretty nasty.... Talking about half baked, did you know there's a native MSFS A4 Skyhawk now, Chief ?.... External model looks pretty good, needs repaints very much though. All sorts of remarkable imperfections too. Sort of Alpha stage. VC so so. Even the video is half baked... ;-) It's at Simmarket here : Price is about right for a half baked product. If you like repainting it may be right up your alley. Edit: there's a good review by Chock here:
    3 replies | 144 view(s)
  • michaelvader's Avatar
    Today, 09:58
    Hi Crossram, in my head I was sure to have seen the concerned gauge, but did not remember where. It is in the doc "Lehrbildreihe Ju 88" and on the picture JFM Ju88 Führerraum JFM 1940 Kursteurungsschalter f. einmotorenflug 544 In fact it is a rudder trim gauge for the autopilot for the case an engine fails To make an operational gauge out of this will be another question, Perhaps some gauge experts can do that faster than I will Yours Papi
    48 replies | 5634 view(s)
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