Post by Nathan Ford - HJG on Jun 28, 2019 10:58:23 GMT
Hey Michael, thanks for your kind words. I cheat a little with the cockpit view, I use Premiere Elements to make a chroma key and add the panel in separately 🤭😉 The AI traffic has been a work in progress and one of the reasons I haven’t posted videos in a while. I have been getting AI repaints and flightplans from the Retro AI traffic group. HJG’s very own Peter Liddell also has a nice collection of retro ai available on his site. Even though I have a lot of traffic now, I have been updating some of the older models to newer ones as they become available. The date I’m using for flight plans and repaints is 1983 as it offers a great mix of wide bodies and single aisle aircraft.
Post by Nathan Ford - HJG on Jun 29, 2019 8:58:37 GMT
Hi Aharon thanks for your comments. The stairs on the DC-9 require the Concorde nose visor extend and retract commands. Unfortunately FSX has a modified version of this command that I don’t think works. All of this is another reason why I have decided to concentrate on FS9 for these videos.
Post by EAL017-Aharon Dayan on Jun 29, 2019 15:10:46 GMT
Thanks for great tips I am too scared to modify original .air files!!! hhahahah I never touch original .air files made by HJG or otherwise HJG would not provide support for anyone who messes up with original .air files made by HJG.
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Jun 30, 2019 0:24:57 GMT
The stairs on the DC-9 require the Concorde nose visor extend and retract commands. Unfortunately FSX has a modified version of this command that I don’t think works. What you can try is, first of all backup your .air file (really important). Next, open the original .air file with aired or similar. Look for Field entry 1101 and change the value to 5943. Now assign a key to extend Concorde nose visor and retract Concorde nose visor in FSX settings.
"NO" .... it has been succinctly stated on this forum, and quite a number of times since 2009, that both the DC-9 and MD-80/90 airstairs animations (DOOR 1L) cannot work in FSX ....
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Jul 1, 2019 20:26:14 GMT
The WV's most people want are actually defined within some of our 3D models .... as is indeed the case with our DC-10's and B727-100's (we lost these in our B727-200's though during recompilation of these models back in 2015) .... but .... they can, in the absence of their being included within models, be defined by Camera Angle editing in CFG files, but, not in the sense of the WV based sound packs we compiled being able to function and which require "model based WV's"in order to be able to work as intended.
By default WV's are not part of our DC-9/MD-80/-90 models .... but .... can be added per Camer Definition editing .... as "suggested" above.
I thought Nathan had already posted this data for these models.