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    Milton Shupe's C-162 Tutorial Back On Line

    With Milton's Permission I spent a little time a few weeks ago porting the C-162 Tutorial to our .net server.

    You can find it here

    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/tut/fs9/c162/

    For the beginning modeler this is a well organized tutorial no matter what simulator you are developing for.
    Last edited by Dangerousdave26; May 29th, 2021 at 11:40. Reason: moved to .com server from .net

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    Great stuff Dave! I can vouch for the solid grounding this tutorial gives.
    Tom
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    Does this mean we will finally have a freeware Cessna 162 for FS9??? I sure hope so!! Kind regards, Jeremy

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbirdman View Post
    Does this mean we will finally have a freeware Cessna 162 for FS9??? I sure hope so!! Kind regards, Jeremy
    If you follow the tutorial and build it yourself then there will be at least one! :-)
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    I really don't understand the language but if I did, I would more than likely do it. Kind regards, Jeremy

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    Icon9 Milton's Tutorial not found

    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerousdave26 View Post
    With Milton's Permission I spent a little time a few weeks ago porting the C-162 Tutorial to our .net server.

    You can find it here

    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/tut/fs9/c162/

    For the beginning modeler this is a well organized tutorial no matter what simulator you are developing for.
    Hello Chaps,

    Does anyone know were to find this tutorial? I lost my "offline" version...

    In advance, thank you.
    Sergio Kauffman.
    Last edited by Dangerousdave26; November 3rd, 2021 at 11:58. Reason: Corrected link

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    It should be here but I think I did something wrong with the link. Let me check into it.

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    There is some relative code that needs fixed. example capital letters that are not capitalized etc. Working on fixing it.

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    The images will not show up until I rename every image file in the image directory. Some D**K head back in 2013 mistakenly wrote all the code to include lower case file names but all of the files were Upper case for the first character.

    Windows did not care but on this Linux server it cares.

    Going to take while but should be done tonight.

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    Images are restored. The last thing I need to do is find the Lithunwrap program. The link we are using in the tutorial is no longer any good.

    New link in place. The old location is shutting down.

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    Icon22 Thank you lads!

    Hello friends

    Dangerousdave26 and Tom:
    It's a kind gesture and I can't thank you enough. Now... let's see it again!
    About Lithunwrap program, I have it somewhere in my SSD; if you need me to upload it to an specific file hosting website, let me know.

    Kindest regards,
    Sergio Kauffman.

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    Happy to help, Sergio. LithUnwrap is already included in the resources for my Gmax mapping tutorial series on FSDeveloper:–

    https://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/re...resources.144/
    Tom
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