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Guest foreigndevil

I recently installed the BT Oil Drip file. It is quite amusing! Instead of an oil drip I have running 'bugs' that fall on the ground and then start running away from the plane at moderate speed. If I repeat the action, I get two other row of bugs! The airfield is full of bugs by now, do you intend to create a kill-bug file, too?:7

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Guest foreigndevil

Does anyone else have this problem?

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Guest hoohah

Yep. But I'm not sure if it;s a problem...

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Guest Rdworniczek

I have the same "problem" with the r4d/dc3 oil drip. It is caused by the wind. Go into weather settings and set the wind up over 30mph, and watch those suckers really run!! :-lol Rick

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Where did you get the oil drip file for the BT? I have it in the R4D, but not in the BT.Regards,

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Guest foreigndevil

>Where did you get the oil drip file for the BT? I have it in>the R4D, but not in the BT.>>Regards,>Got it here at Avsim's. It's called bt_drip.zip. Thanks for clearing up the origin of the mysterious bugs. So, they're windbugs!

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Thank you! I downloaded it, just to find out the file already was in my Effects folder (as it had been installed by R4D). I only had to add the extra lines to the BT cfg file.Regards,

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