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Overland 747 Wingviews & Differential Breaking

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Any suggestions on how to get wingviews, as in 747 default, of Overland 747 aircraft and also differential breaking?ThanksWilbertAbit AW9D-MaxThermaltake W0106 700W PSUIntel QX6700 QuadcoreVista Ultimate 644x1G Ballistix Tracer (PC2 8500)2x150GB SATA WD Raptor - Non Raid2x320GB SATA WD SE16 - Non Raid2x IDE Light-On DVDRW 165H65BFG 8800GTX OC2 768MB 626MHz Core Clock3x SILENX 120X25MM FANS + 2x 10in XCLIO Wind Tunnel Case FansDanger Den Water CoolingEnermax temp/fan controller

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Overland patched their differential braking issues for FS9. I know there's updates to get their beautiful aircraft into FSX, but I don't know if the patched version is compatible with FSX. You might just have to contact Overland and ask them yourself, if nobody has any better ideas.Jeff ShylukSenior Staff Reviewer, Avsim

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Don't know about the differential braking, but you can copy the wingviews from the default 747's aircraft.cfg file and place them in the Overland 747's aircraft.cfg file. You might have to tweak the XYZ offsets to exactly match the point on the Overland model you want to view from, but the default versions should get you close. If you have the Deluxe version and have installed the SDK, check out the new Camera System's documentation to find out what sorts of other things you can do with custom views in the aircraft.cfg file.

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