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  1. Searching planes

    Maybe you meant Fokker D.VII or D.VIII? The first is a stock aircraft, the second is in the download section, just like the earlier Fokkers. But the Salamander was definitely not here, only Snipe was in the downloads section.
  2. This is a superb mod! BTW, the bike would look pretty natural on the airfield. ;) http://www.theaerodrome.com/forum/showthread.php?t=64719 Werner Voss was a biker, for example. http://www.theaerodrome.com/forum/showthread.php?t=50144
    As always, excellent work. Thanks
  3. http://www.thirdwire.com/community.htm Unfortunately, most of the links are no longer available. :(
  4. Sopwith Triplane

    Great addon and a long-awaited plane! Thanks
  5. A-37B_76 FAU

    No problems! Of course, if you want to download 500 MB.
  6. SU-30SM

    Hallo! Unzip the archive, and then drop all files outside the folder Su-30SM into Su-30SM folder. Throw this folder to your planes (in Mods or Aircraft). The plane is non-flyable. You need to copy the "Cockpit" folder and the _COCKPIT.ini file from any other jet and place them in the Su-30 folder. Rename your cockpit.ini file to Su-30MKI_cockpit.ini. Open the file and change the existing line "Position" to this: [CockpitSeat001] Position = 0.0000,6.05,1.50 It's all. Enjoy))
  7. Sopwith Triplane - WIP

    I understood you. I expected something like this. ) Maybe you're right. A little more details adds realism, but who cares, you won't notice them, and neither will I. )) And yes, your skill grows from model to model.
  8. Sopwith Triplane - WIP

    Congratulations on your new job, which is well on its way to completion. This is great news for me and everyone who is waiting for your Triplane. The cockpit already looks excellent )) Why reduce detail? IMHO, the more details the better. Modern PCs can handle large files easily. Here, in the downloads section, there are very "heavy" models, the LODs of which weigh about 5 MB, 10 MB and more. Even my weak PC "digests" them pretty well.
  9. Not certainly in that way. Yes, you are right, this is not question of regulations , but more tradition. But this tradition has nothing to do with engine type or torque. It was just that during takeoff, landing or taxiing, the large nose of the aircraft blocked the pilot's forward view. The pilot had to look out of the cockpit. The British decided that it was more convenient to look out from the left. Later, young pilots were taught this way, and very soon it became a habit and became the norm. Also the instructor stand on the left wing when teaching taxiing.
  10. Nieuport 24/27 fuel gauges

    The stock of gasoline and oil was enough for a two-hour flight, but fuel gauges was a rarity. There are such books about Nieuports: Windsock Datafile Special - Nieuport Fighters vol. 12 Crowood - Nieuport Aircraft of World War One Usually they write that Nieuport-17, -23, -27 types had a gasoline tank with a capacity of 68 liters (it is noted that the fuel tank capacity of the Nieuport-27 didn't increase compared to its predecessors). But you can also find other data:
  11. Snoopy for First Eagles

    In addition, Snoopy can "steer" its paws :) Snoopy_DATA.INI
  12. Sopwith Triplane - WIP

    Hallo, Stephen1918, I am overjoyed to see you healthy and active again. I periodically visit the main page here to check out new downloads and new topics. But here for a very long time nothing new happened that would concern FE. Your Sopwith Triplane still looks great. I remember that Geeser also worked on this airplane and even showed us some advertising pictures, but we will hardly see the release. Have you thought about including a working fuel pump in the cockpit interior (following the example of the stock Camels)?
  13. Sukhoi Su-17/20/22 (Fitter B-C-D-F)

    Unfortunately this is not possible. From what I understand, it would be possible to hide the dorsal antenna if it were a separate part. But in our case, the antenna is one piece with the fuselage.
  14. M51 Skysweeper

    It is unnecessary to write "You are allowed to use this model and everything included with it for personal non-profit use for Strike fighters 1 and 2". Because this model, like the rest of the models saved in Unicode, AT ALL do not work in 1stGens.
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