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Hi guys!

Okay, so i was just wondering if any of you could give a link or title to your favourite freeware?

My personal favourite is the Just flight 757 freemium, but im having some issues with it, so i would be very happy if any of you could give a link (or a title) to a airplane.

Best regards, CapnOtto :)

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Like Jim I would go for FSUIPC though  would also give a special mention for Plan G

 

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FSUIPC is my favorite.

 

I agree that FSUIPC is excellent, but many of the features that make it great are only available once it becomes payware.

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but many of the features that make it great are only available once it becomes payware.

 

There are two great freeware options with FSUIPC:  the ability to monitor VAS and have a complete log showing VAS usage and FPS during a flight; and it's ability to trap 99.9% of all G3D.dll crashes which is a real nemesis in FSX.  I do not use or need any of the other features.

 

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Air Traffic Manager is also fantastic if you run AI traffic - huge increase in performance.

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I was also going to suggest the TU-154. Without a doubt one of the hardest aircraft to get your head around.

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Everything here: http://indiafoxtecho.blogspot.ca/

 

And here: http://royalefrenchnavy.perso.sfr.fr/RFN-Creations.htm

 

And here: http://restauravia.fr/html/creations_fsx.html

 

In addition to the carriers found here: http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fsxmisc&DLID=141093 (make sure you get both parts)

 

and the utility found here: http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fsxutil&DLID=112008

 

The above (and linked stuff found on those first few pages) sum up pretty near everything perfect about FSX freeware.  There's lots more to add to that particular style of flying, tons more freeware aircraft and airbases, but the above is a darn good start. ^_^

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FSRecorder and Pero's marvellous SIMstarter. Both have become indispensaböe tools for my flight simming.

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And I would think the OP asked about aircraft? :Thinking:

Did not...

Any of Milton's stuff.

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It's not freeware, but in South African Rands for overseas buyers you can consider it free! :rolleyes: NMG Trading products which design scenery for South African Airports...the airports are exactly matched to the real world and the site offers a lot of other goodies...AI traffic for SA routes, SA mesh etc.....check it out....

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Best freeware?

 

- DC-3 by Manfred Jahn

- Plan-G

 

Obviously :)

 

- Airports of Norway

- ORBX Iceland

- WoAI

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There are two great freeware options with FSUIPC:  the ability to monitor VAS and have a complete log showing VAS usage and FPS during a flight; and it's ability to trap 99.9% of all G3D.dll crashes which is a real nemesis in FSX.  I do not use or need any of the other features.

 

Best regards,

How can we do that please Jim?

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How can we do that please Jim?

See page 3 of the AVSIM CTD Guide on how to monitor VAS.

 

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See page 3 of the AVSIM CTD Guide on how to monitor VAS.

 

Best regards,

I checked page 3 and enabled the VAS monitor, however I must have done something wrong. I get a .5 Hz stutter and when I disable it, the stutter is gone. Could it be that it is writing to the log at that frequency?

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It must be writing to the log at that frequency. You might check with Pete, the developer of the FSUIPC and see if he has a solution. I wrote the instructions based on his guide.

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