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B-1B XML designer wanted!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi there everyone.......... i'm sure most of you are aware of a B-1B that is currently nearing completion and is soon to be released. We have everything near as damn ready and waiting to go apart from one thing. We are in desperatley looking for someone with XML gauge programming experience to join our team to assist in finishing off this awsome project. Please reply to me on this thread if you have got what it takes and would like to assist us in this project. Many thanks for your time in reading this. Take care Trev :-wave

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Try contacting Moparmike in his Panel Forum at the Outhouse: www.sim-outhouse.com/forums/index.php?s=While a CFS site, Mike has a lot of FS Panel experience also. Know that he is doing Panels/Gauges for several free and payware outfits.Great guy too!

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Chris,Hmm, stick something pointy on the nose and paint it white........Currently, there are no plans to convert it to an 'A' variant.There are not that many external diffrences so i guess, when we release it, if someone wants to slap some white emulsion all over it when the repaint policy is done, they can do that.To be honest, this is the first request for the B-1A that we have heard of, i shall put it forward as a suggestion, but i wouldnt hold out too much hope, we have far too many other projects we are working on.Trev

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Jamal could just add the variable intakes and increase the wing sweep; I recall those are the major differences to the exterior. Interior wise, engines. :)

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ThanksTrev! The reason I ask is that the B-1A was a faster aircraft, thanks to the variable geometry intakes. Besides, it looks much cooler IMHO. :D Please do condsider making a B-1A specific model. JData, the wing sweep is identical as far as I know. The B-1A had a more pointed rear fuselage than the B-1B, and has several fairings the the B-1B doesn't. The test a/c also had test booms on the front of the nose radomes. The nosegear is slightly different too(longer drag strut, I think).Check out the B-1A and B-1B pages below:http://www.wpafb.af.mil/museum/research/bo.../b6/bomber6.htm

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