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    Hawker Hunter package

    For those, who do not noticed


    https://de.flightsim.to/file/35150/h...hunter-package


    Thanks a lot Dave Garwood

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    Just brilliant work

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    Brilliant news! Looking forward to what Jankees will come up with for this lovely bird!

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    Fancy about flying through Tower Bridge?

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    Nooo, just started two weeks holiday ... Great news

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    It would be nice if the vapor effect was added
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    Great news, thanks a lot.
    I should be able to try it tonight if I'm lucky

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    Thanks Dave! I'm looking forward to flying it.

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    Thank you Dave!

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    Very nice.
    Thanks alot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Priller View Post
    Brilliant news! Looking forward to what Jankees will come up with for this lovely bird!

    Priller
    something like this perhaps?

    Hunter B002 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr
    You can find most of my repaints in the library here on the outhouse

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    Looks great JanKees. I'll be uploading a proper paint kit in a day or two.

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    Keep them coming, nice work as always!
    Maybe HB-RVS (Papyrus Hunter, based at St Stephan LSTS) at some point?

    Quote Originally Posted by jankees View Post
    something like this perhaps?

    Hunter B002 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr

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    I wonder if he plans to update the Mosquito and the Beaufighter to MSFS standard.


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    Great aircraft, well done!

    My problem:
    - I'm using Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog: This hardware works excellent for all aircrafts in my MSFS installation and the additional ones I bought.
    In this Hawker aircraft the throttle doesn't respond to the aircraft. Firmware and calibration update done.
    Any help/recommendations?

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    I could do very short test flight yesterday just to try it out.
    Works very well, I don't know how realistic the flight model is but it is pleasant to pilot and seems realistic to me.
    The modelling of the virtual cockpit is very nice, with everything in 3D and a nice choice of materials.

    I couldn't close the canopy though. I saw CTRL+W mentioned somewhere but that didn't work for me. I guess I need to read the manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdl View Post
    Great aircraft, well done!

    My problem:
    - I'm using Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog: This hardware works excellent for all aircrafts in my MSFS installation and the additional ones I bought.
    In this Hawker aircraft the throttle doesn't respond to the aircraft. Firmware and calibration update done.
    Any help/recommendations?

    Dieter
    Make sure your throttle assignment is set to "throttle 1",
    I also use a Warthog, although it's assigned via FSUIPC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daube View Post
    I could do very short test flight yesterday just to try it out.
    Works very well, I don't know how realistic the flight model is but it is pleasant to pilot and seems realistic to me.
    The modelling of the virtual cockpit is very nice, with everything in 3D and a nice choice of materials.

    I couldn't close the canopy though. I saw CTRL+W mentioned somewhere but that didn't work for me. I guess I need to read the manual.
    There's a click spot on the left canopy rail to open and close the canopy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jankees View Post
    something like this perhaps?

    Hunter B002 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr
    Brilliant Jankees!!!

    Priller
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    I've added a paintkit to the download options at flightsim.to now.

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    Thanks so much for this, @DaveWG! Absolutely brilliant work, and what a package!

    For the folks having throttle problems, a recent sim update broke some throttles. The solution that fixes things without requiring you to change joystick profiles depending on planes is to map both "Throttle" and "Throttle 1" (and "Throttle 2" through "...4") to your joystick throttle axis. (Assuming you only have a single throttle access.) You can have multiple things mapped to a single axis, so this solves the problem even for planes that haven't yet been updated to fix the issue.

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    You can find most of my repaints in the library here on the outhouse

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