Post by savageagle on Jun 28, 2008 18:11:57 GMT -5
Hello Bill, and Lynn, you requested feedback in your readme from the 54 piper apache file......great airplane. something about this plane that amazes alot of simmers. I know it's for FS9 but i have for a long time been adding aircraft for FS9 to FSX, and some of course without the .gau files. They still fly great with a bit less realizm which for me is ok with some aircraft. when this piper apache is flown in FSX it has an icing of the windows, wings and engine cowling which does not occur in FS9. I have flown several flight plans around alaska and it begins at around 4400ft to 8100ft and is a real cool effect. some that i have spoken with say how could this be an effect with the aircraft if it's designed for FS9? Or is it an effect of FSX? Well, we are not sure, at least i have no answers myself or any from the simmers i have talked with. anyway, however it happens it is a cool effect in FSX and is flown in both FS9 and FSX......thanks for the great work on this plane and all your wonderful work. we would with your permission like to have this special Piper Apache in our library. www.globalaviationnetwork.org Thanks again. savageagle / GA864 sierra-alpha / GAN Missions Designer
Last Edit: Jun 28, 2008 18:14:36 GMT -5 by savageagle
Post by savageagle on Jun 29, 2008 15:29:41 GMT -5
Thank you Kofi,
I have never run into an aircraft that had such an effect like that. I should had done more homework on the aircraft or i would have known that.........reading i mean. I hope soon bill will update the .gau files for this plane. So far it works great in FSX but without the .gau files.......great work bill. Thanks again Kofi.