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I think I may be at the point where I am ready to put my work out there and ask for two or three volunteers to run through the AC and look for the mistakes I know are present and perhaps suggest some improvements/fixes. There is still a lot to do, but it seems to me that continuing it with out a test at this point may ultimately be something I regret.If you would like to help, drop a note to foxwolfen@hotmail.com and I will send you more info.Cheers and as always TIA.Shad

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>I think I may be at the point where I am ready to put my work>out there and ask for two or three volunteers to run through>the AC and look for the mistakes I know are present and>perhaps suggest some improvements/fixes. There is still a lot>to do, but it seems to me that continuing it with out a test>at this point may ultimately be something I regret.>>If you would like to help, drop a note to>foxwolfen@hotmail.com and I will send you more info.>>Cheers and as always TIA.>Shad>Nobody? I guess it was too much to ask. Its too bad, I hate to realease my work with out being tested first.Ah well. Thanks anyways.Shad

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Hi, ShadYou may have given too little information. What AC type are you talking about? Is it Fs8 or Fs9? If it

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>Nobody? I guess it was too much to ask. Its too bad, I hate to>realease my work with out being tested first.>>Ah well. Thanks anyways.Shad, I'll be happy to look at your creation. Understand that most of us are very busy with our own project(s), but I'll make some time to assist however I can.

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Thanks Guys, I will take you both up on your offers. I figured many were busy with their own projects, but it seems my frustration with a few other things seeped through to my post. :)I was trying to get my web server running here at home yesterday, but it seems to be broken. SCP/SFTP is working so would you guys have any problem using it to download the zip with? (I'll provide you with a freeware program's URL that has a nice SCP/SFTP interface if required)Sorry about being vague about what I am working on. I have been trying to secure some permissions and was hoping to solicit some changes to an existing model before saying anything, but have been unsuccessful in contacting the authors of either of the models I am making this panel for. I wanted to get these before releasing the project, but due to my failure to do so, I am going to have to modify my plans a bit. I may release the project as a "Requires the original model by..." type download. However, problems with the model (both exterior texture mapping and VC layout) will require modifications that require the source... so ultimately I will need to make my own, new, model.For the time being, it will simply be a heavily modified version of Brian Gladdens Volpar. The Volpar is a Tri-Gear retrofit from the early sixties of Beechcraft

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Shad, how big is your .zipped project? I can receive up to 4MB file attachments to n4gix@comcast.net...

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>Shad, how big is your .zipped project? I can receive up to>4MB file attachments to n4gix@comcast.net...Alas, with maximum compression, the archive is 12meg. I can probably break it up into multiple parts, or I can send you the SFTP program with instructions on how to set it up and access my SFTP server.I have a static IP with a Linux box and will ultimately have my webserver running. I had a full blown setup a few months ago, but switched DLS providers due to reliablilty problems and never bothered to setup the rest of the services... I kind of wish that I had, because I have a feeling its going to be a problem to debug.Secure FTP however is working fine (its part of Secure SHell which is the only way I allow terminal connections to my server machine). The program I can send you is called WinSCP and is easy to setup and works like any other graphical FTP with full drag and drop capabilities.It is 1.35 meg in size so it's not at all large. If this is acceptable, I will fire off an email now with it to you.Thanks again.Shad

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