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Earl

Milton Shupe's Beechcraft D18S, erm, help please

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I was recommended Milton Shupe's wonderful D18 but I'm having a problem with the vc the screen below shows:

 

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I d/l it from a different source but the result was the same.

 

I thought maybe if I got a different version of the D18 it might fix it. So I d/l the Rusty Myers float plane and that was worse!!

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Can someone please help me as I really would like to fly these great planes.

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When I fly Milton Shupe's Beech D18 in Flight Sim X it has the same problem as yours when DX10 is turned on. With DX10 turned off the Beech works perfectly.

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Cool thanks for the tip.

 

I'll give it a try later

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Yep, FS9 aircraft don't usually work well in FSX DX10 mode. It's always best to stick with FSX native aircraft to avoid issues.


Best, Michael

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