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12 Jul 2006, 19:10
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: Everyone's Fav plane of WWII Fighters?
Replies: 13
Views: 6856

These results so far have quite surprised me ... It's interesting to see the BF109 doing battle with the Spitfire once more though. The results do not surprise me in the least. I believe the Spit would be even closer if we hadn't got a lot of it out of our systems previously. But the sheer quality,...
-E
12 Jul 2006, 16:41
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: P-47 ROCKET TUBES
Replies: 9
Views: 4225

I don't believe it's there in the WWIIF version, as they use an abbreviated and generic panel. If you know how to make a gauge via xml (or more properly, how to install one), the following that I've been using since the orignal's upgrade, will make the rocket tubes DEFAULT to off. In the case of the...
-E
11 Jul 2006, 17:02
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: BF-109 Question: What is "Nullschuss?"
Replies: 21
Views: 9888

Actually, I don't understand why EVERYONE hasn't been using L:Vars for "unused" switches and whatnot. I'm happy to see this recent trend with payware co's.
-E
10 Jul 2006, 18:17
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: BF-109 Question: What is "Nullschuss?"
Replies: 21
Views: 9888

In mine, it now is a cheat button to arm all the guns and the cannon at the same time (and I threw in the gear indicator as well)... kind of weird actually being able to fire only one gun in FS9. (although it would be weirder if I actually did some damage to anything. LOL) ...big thanks to Shockwave...
-E
09 Jul 2006, 12:45
Forum: North American P51 "Mustang"
Topic: P-51 repaints
Replies: 14
Views: 10625

-E thanks for the answer. I was looking for a good photo of the little decal on the side of that aircraft. I have a good "let's roll" decal but I just don't know what the other one is. I would like to find it some where so I can make the repaint I did better. Best shot I can come up with is here......
-E
09 Jul 2006, 01:05
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: VC rain
Replies: 6
Views: 3433

K.M. has made some great models over the years! (some of which are still on my HD, in spite of being for FS2002) (or older in some cases?)
-E
09 Jul 2006, 01:02
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: Bf-109E prop pitch
Replies: 8
Views: 3786

I believe it's a mousewheel controlled item (I can't use it as my mousewheel is my too often used zoom function).
-E
07 Jul 2006, 14:56
Forum: North American P51 "Mustang"
Topic: P-51 repaints
Replies: 14
Views: 10625

No, forgot to bring my camera yesterday (not to mention the guys with M-16's really frown on that behaviour)... I'm off today and she was scheduled to leave about an hour ago now. However, if someone lives in the area, I suspect she'll stop for the Arlington Air Show tonight and this weekend, as it ...
-E
07 Jul 2006, 09:51
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: Small rectangles poke through the Spitfire's wings
Replies: 12
Views: 5632

ROB wrote:For some technical reasons the "Uhu-implementation-style reflector sight" method can't be used in a single propeller aircraft. The prop disk in front makes it impossible.
I dunno, I can't think of many problems a chain saw and a larger hammer can't fix. *grin*
-E
07 Jul 2006, 04:03
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: Small rectangles poke through the Spitfire's wings
Replies: 12
Views: 5632

Hmmm, given the polycount of the VC and the sheer amount of work Shockwave put into their products, I can't believe they'd try to save a handful of polys ; the impact on framerate would be negligible. But cumulative. I'm much more worried about the lack of (anticipated) Uhu-implementation-style ref...
-E
06 Jul 2006, 18:47
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: Small rectangles poke through the Spitfire's wings
Replies: 12
Views: 5632

I believe the "rectangles" are the indicators. They're just saving polygons by not doing actual circular rods. Although they do operate opposite of how they should, as you mentioned.
-E
06 Jul 2006, 16:45
Forum: North American P51 "Mustang"
Topic: P-51 repaints
Replies: 14
Views: 10625

Hey GP, what's the filename for that "FF-525"? Thanks, redrooster. I you click the link in the above post it's on page2. It's called valhalla.zip. I was crawling around that plane yesterday (the real one that is, I was very surprised to see it sitting at work yesterday). It's a P-51D-30NT, ser # 45...
-E
03 Jul 2006, 22:00
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: Battery switch for the Spit
Replies: 11
Views: 4676

Note there is a dual typo above... two close-brackets are missing at the end of each of the two longest lines. It should work better with... <Gauge Name="wop_spit_battery"> <Update Frequency="7"/> <Element> <Select> <Value>(A:GENERAL ENG GENERATOR SWITCH,bool) if{ (A:ELECTRICAL MASTER BATTERY,bool) ...
-E
03 Jul 2006, 15:35
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: Battery switch for the Spit
Replies: 11
Views: 4676

How about just slaving the logical battery switch to the physical generator switch via XML? Something like this... ( untried as of this posting ) <Gauge Name="wop_spit_battery"> <Update Frequency="7"/> <Element> <Select> <Value>(A:GENERAL ENG GENERATOR SWITCH,bool) if{ (A:ELECTRICAL MASTER BATTERY,b...
-E
02 Jul 2006, 11:32
Forum: WWII FIGHTERS
Topic: 109's and VSI's?
Replies: 2
Views: 1654

Re: 109's and VSI's?

did they not have them? just wondering, i'm pretty sure they did not if you have it that way!! The E-4 did not. The G-2 (and on) did, as well as an ADI. (I'm not sure exactly which model between those two introduced them, but seem to remember the E-7 still didn't have them?) also, does the oil cool...

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