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Hello fellow simmers,Enjoy this new series of shots (and a video if you are interested) showing off the lovely twin GA from Carenado, the C337H Skymaster. There is a very good and detailed review of her here at avsim.com written by Ray Marshall, check under aircraft reviews. The video & review feedback can be found here http://forum.avsim.n...y-ray-marshall/Please enjoy this selection of shots from the Master of the Sky.(unedited apart from re-sized down from 2560x1600 & carefully JPG'd):fsx2011-11-1001-01-50-14.jpgfsx2011-11-0922-57-14-46.jpgfsx2011-11-0922-55-15-71.jpgfsx2011-11-0923-09-56-54.jpgfsx2011-11-0923-25-14-65.jpgfsx2011-11-0923-26-55-95.jpgfsx2011-11-0923-33-30-07.jpgfsx2011-11-1001-11-30-65.jpgfsx2011-11-1001-47-20-27.jpgfsx2011-11-0923-56-24-33.jpgThank you for your time.

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the last shot looks outstanding, looks like a tuned computer case :D


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I own it for a while now I I don´t regret it! It´s a true masterpiece. Hopefully all new Caredao planes will be like that! Than I´ll buy them in a heartbeat! :(


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Excellent shots


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Last two are fabulous. What scenery is this ? Also, how did you do the AI models using the same plane - FSRecorder or fresh set of flight plans ?

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Cheers for the comments folks, much appreciated as always.

Last two are fabulous. What scenery is this ? Also, how did you do the AI models using the same plane - FSRecorder or fresh set of flight plans ?
The scenery is YMEN & Australia from Orbx. As for the AI models, I could have used FSRecorder of Traffic X and setup some flight plans, but the easiest way was for me to use AirtrafficFX, a traffic program that also has the ability to view any parking spots at an airport and you can fill them up with any model from the /airplanes folder. Very handy for making airports look a bit more interesting.

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BTW how did you open the right side door?


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..... use AirtrafficFX, a traffic program that also has the ability to view any parking spots at an airport and you can fill them up with any model from the /airplanes folder. Very handy for making airports look a bit more interesting.....
Thanks for the tip. Will go check it out...

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BTW how did you open the right side door?
Sorry for the late reply but the holidays and all...Pressing Shift + E will open pilot door, Shift + E + 2 will open passenger door and Shift + E + 3 will open a small cargo door. Hope that helps.

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Sorry for the late reply but the holidays and all...Pressing Shift + E will open pilot door, Shift + E + 2 will open passenger door and Shift + E + 3 will open a small cargo door. Hope that helps.
This Shift + E + Number never worked for me. Neither in FS9 nor FSX.

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This Shift + E + Number never worked for me. Neither in FS9 nor FSX.
That is odd, actually it not exactly Shift + E + Number. You need to press Shift + E and then release and immediately press a number, i.e. press Shift + E release and immediately press number 2 or 3, if the main door just opens you probably waited to long between the shift E release and a number, try it a few times as it should work.

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