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Well even if no one downloads it I still think it's worth doing. Purely to prove it can be done and to document the process properly.
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Well, step one appears to be done. If I do say so myself, that is one mighty fine production. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I see the Red Arrows have a new aircraft.
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I like it :D
it's beautiful :D
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Congratulations ....

I would have worried that this might have been the stumbling block ..... but no .... success.

Happy to support any small tests you might need such as downloading and seeing if I have any issues installing ... might be worthwhile at this stage.

Google Drive share if needed "_Test Plan folder' created.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... EhRczNJMlE

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what are those green lines in this video?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQZDr3xRWTg

is that for the flight model?



btw except for getting back some practice with c++, which..woah...I didn't remember how lazy the java was compared to C\C++, I still haven't found the time to make any 3d modelling attempt, or read the modding manual...

have you guys tried anything new?
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No.54 dix (KL-X) wrote:what are those green lines in this video?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQZDr3xRWTg
is that for the flight model?
Yes. These are lift vectors. Some simulators (DCS, X-Plane,etc.) have physical modelling of the aerofoils, and you can render them in the sim to visualise aspects of the flight characteristics.

No.54 dix (KL-X) wrote:have you guys tried anything new?
Not me. Recently, I've been spending all my time on 3D modelling for the He-115.

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I've been trying to do some VERY basic 3D modelling for another project of mine and failing spectacularly. Pretty sure this is NOT my forte.
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Curiosity: in DCS all the mods comes with SFM right? Only 3d party are able to develop an AFM?
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Barone wrote:Curiosity: in DCS all the mods comes with SFM right? Only 3d party are able to develop an AFM?
correct

one of the guys working on the community A-4 just got recruited by one of the 3rd parties, and had to stop working on the A-4 to not use something he could've learned through the 3rd party SDK
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