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f4nutter wrote:its all very nice showing us the screen shots but where can we download them ?
Working on that.. I was planning on a complete package release, with scenery, plans and repaints, but that plan has changed...
I have some of the aircraft complete, and serialized, just have to wrap up the rest, seek permissions, write readme's etc and release them! They will all be released via the download hangar here when I get them done.

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sounds good to me Sean

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All 10 Andovers, in correct schemes for early 90's almost ready to release.
This is the 4 schemes lined up at Whenuapai
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I have found one major problem with Dee Waldron's YS11a which I've used as my Andover stand-in; The flight model has a fault where the aircraft rocks side to side on the ground, and if it brakes hard it falls over onto it's tail! Amusing, but not very helpful!

So.. I'm looking for some AI Flight Model help! Anyone want to help me out here.. I know nothing about AI FDE's

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Sean, that might be just a suboptimal configuration in the aircraft.cfg. Do you use the default configuration file? I will have a look at it....

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Yep, it's just whatever came in the archive.. I've not done anything beyond adding the variants :)

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The issue happens when exactly?

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When they startup, they do the side to side shake, then if they have to stop quickly they topple over backwards... I can send you the file for look if you like... might as well Beta the thing :)

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I use Jan Martin's replacement fde which I have attached. See if that is suitable for you.
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Firebird wrote:I use Jan Martin's replacement fde which I have attached. See if that is suitable for you.
Geez' you guys are great! I'll put that in and try it. Thanks!

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Firebird wrote:I use Jan Martin's replacement fde which I have attached. See if that is suitable for you.
Can I distribute that FDE, or do I need to contact Jan? It worked a treat BTW :)

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It is freely published by Jan in his FDE ACOF v5 package.
I would suggest that all you need to do is acknowledge his fde as replacing the default DWAI one and leave his original comments in the cfg file.
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Thanks Steve, i shall do exactly that.. once I get the readme written (tomorrow.. err, today now) I'll upload it.

Thanks for the help!

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Here you go. First upload for my Retro RNZAF project..

http://www.militaryaiworks.com/download ... c-mk1-1991

Andover fleet from 1991.

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Next addition to the retro RNZAF fleet...

Parked at Whenuapai, with their squadron mates, the previously released Andovers
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And at home at Woodbourne
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Coming to a download hangar near you very soon :)
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Nice. The HTAI model I assume?
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You assume correctly. HTAI Cessna 421C

Download is in the Hangar now... http://www.militaryaiworks.com/download ... -1991-htai

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It's been a while since my last upload... started tidying up some of my half-finished projects.
Retro RNZAF P-3K Fleet from 1992, should be hitting the download hangar soon!

This package, with my Andovers, and the MAIW Herc's *nearly* finishes Whenuapai, the final part to the puzzle shouldn't be too far away.... Boeing's are getting flightplans and they will join the rest in the hangar.

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Very nice. I have long had scenery issues with this base and surrounding area (mesh). I hope that with this I finally be able to sort it out.
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Hi Steve,
The base is *nearly* done, and I am working to solve a mesh issue around the Southern end; where the runway ends there is a steep bank down to the water... I am trying to match it to Robin Corn's photo-real Auckland city (was payware, now freeware), but may also work with default waterways..

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Aha so I am not the only one that thinks that MS thought that only sheep would notice that god awful mesh they put there.

I am encouraged greatly.
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