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Reply #135 - 7th May, 2007 at 10:45pm

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The private tests went well with a few selected friends and a public beta session is posted for Thursday 1900 hrs est
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Reply #136 - 10th May, 2007 at 8:26pm

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A good time was had by all with no fatalities , should be up on Avsim by the weekend

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Reply #137 - 11th May, 2007 at 11:50am

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Chuck,

Are you launching your lady this weekend?

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Reply #138 - 11th May, 2007 at 3:00pm

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Both versions available at Avsim ,  enter Chuck Jodry in the Library search engine for the complete selection
of VJPL productions .
 

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Reply #139 - 11th May, 2007 at 5:19pm

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Congrats Chuck!

Thats awesome.  I'll download it and take a nice flight out to California later tonight.  Been looking forward to flying it.

I saw that over at SOH.  Dont let the rough comments get to you.  Laugh it off.  I do.  I have had rough comments from many people and if it gets bad enough, I get out 'Call of Duty' and load up my machine gun and play for 2 hours strait till I am exhausted and feel bad that I killed everyone, lololol.....

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Reply #140 - 11th May, 2007 at 5:32pm

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My solution , at this moment has the strains being relieved by a band called "Slipknot" running at 123.6 decibles
through 35g's of sound system , its rare i light up the 18" subs hardly needed with 15" mains but i felt in need of a bit of low end ... think i will play a bit of Cradle of Filth next .... Danny Filth has such a way with words . sonic catharsis ...
 

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Reply #141 - 11th May, 2007 at 6:50pm

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The FSX version installed just fine, although I did add two new entries to the aircraft.cfg section to make it 100% compliant with the new selection menus:

ui_typerole="Twin Engine Jet"
ui_createdby="JPL Labs"

Aside from two missing lightmap files from the texture folder:

EYE_L.BMP
CITBAR_L.BMP

and one file apparently no longer used, but still being called for by the .mdl file:

$CIT_5.BMP

everything else seems just fine... Cool

I can see the above because of some new "diagnostic flags" we can put in our fsx.cfg file that will report "missing stuff..." Smiley

I also know that no matter how carefully we check stuff, something's always left out by oversight.  Take for example the CJ1 release recently where "we" forgot to include the bitmap used by the strobe lights .fx file...

...with the result in FSX that some early purchasers had "flashing white squares" in the sim...  Embarrassed Embarrassed
 

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Reply #142 - 11th May, 2007 at 7:17pm

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Ta, I need to study up on this diagnostic kit sounds handy,
As evening comes the playlist has moved on to Avro Part and his Te Deum , the Magnificat being superb
and i am torn between Pergolesi and his Sabat Mater or the Mass in C by Mozart ... both would be to much
but ZaZa Gabor once said a little excess is Divine .. we will see
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Reply #143 - 11th May, 2007 at 9:06pm

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Of all the Magnificats ever composed, my very favorite is Pergolesi's...
 

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Reply #144 - 11th May, 2007 at 9:45pm

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Reply #145 - 13th May, 2007 at 11:17pm

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Teach me not to check the 'specialist' forums regularly.  I missed the release of this puppy.

I just took the time to go back through this entire thread.  Absolutely awe inspiring the amount of work that has gone in to this beasty.  I know you have put a lot of groundwork into learning a myriad of tools and techniques in the last year on top of that too, because you have inspired me to do the same.

This thread is a real testament to the modellers art.  Well done Chuck!!!
 

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Reply #146 - 14th May, 2007 at 7:00am

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Thanks John , learning is the most rewarding aspect but i have a ways to go and like us all each model brings
new challenges to overcome and rewards when complete
I have always had a shortcoming with patience , one of the seven deadly virtues and its not listed in the sdk
or help menu but must be mastered none the less , modeling is as good a platform as one could ask to task ones patience .. leading its hoped to an incremental improvement in the single most important element a modeler must learn  C.J
 

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Reply #147 - 14th May, 2007 at 4:12pm

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Hey Chuck,
Wow, how did I miss her release???  Tongue Will download tonight. Thanks very much for putting this together, she looks absolutely stunning and a big congrats to you sir.

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Reply #148 - 14th May, 2007 at 5:56pm

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Thank you Blake , enjoy your flight you will find a fair few buzzing about on different servers and i sent out the
paint kit today to allow some VA's to add some liveries , a number of panel artists have been working and there
should be some of those showing up at Avsim . CJ
 

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Reply #149 - 1st Jun, 2010 at 3:40am

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if the big one is as i suspect the spoilers where are they on the wings ?


Actually the one of the right is a throttle friction adjustment.. I still gotta go back and read the rest of the posts to ensure that no one else has corrected this. It is not a flap indexer. The flap index is part of the avionics.

 
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