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    HJG Announces First 2022 Release


    Bob Scott

    HJG (Historic Jetliners Group) announces the (delayed) arrival of its first primary release for 2022.

    This web site update is in conjunction with the group's 22nd anniversary celebrations, delayed for more than a month due to COVID imposed staff restrictions.  This latest release is composed of more than 118 "NEW" and "UPGRADED" textures for the virtual B707, B720, B727, B737, BAC ONE-ELEVEN, C-135 SERIES, CV880, CV990, DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, L-1011 TRISTAR, MD-80, SE-210 CARAVELLE, and VC10 flight lines currently offered by HJG and both FS2004 and FSX.

    For more details see: https://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/10131/hjg-website-update-18tth-2021?page=1&scrollTo=70983

     

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    I would guess none of these wonderful planes are compatible with P3DV4or5? Tempted at times to reinstall fsx.

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    That's correct.

    HJG is an FS2004 hangar ... with most of it offering also being FSX portable also.

     

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    Happy 22th birthday to HJG!!! Many many many thanks to Tony Madge, Dan Kjeldstrom Hansen, Michael Verlin, Jim Hornit Campisi, Eduardo Rocha, Eduardo Villanueva, Philip Foglar, and Paul Haak for their great painting contributions to HJG and its planes for past 22 years and many many many thanks to those same people mentioned above for honoring and accepting my repaint requests for past nine years.

    Also, many thanks to Erick Cantu for inventing Tristars, 727s, and 737s used by HJG that gave everybody and me GREAT joy to fly those freeware addons past 20 years without paying payware prices.

    looking forward to HJG having 25th anniversary in 5 years with hopes that all HJG model bases can work in new Microsoft MS2020!!!

    Regards,

    Aharon

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    On 5/23/2022 at 8:49 PM, Patco Lch said:

    I would guess none of these wonderful planes are compatible with P3DV4or5? Tempted at times to reinstall fsx.

    I'm still using FSX since 2001-2002. But I most likely will upgrade to MSFS

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    On 5/26/2022 at 2:59 PM, madddawg44 said:

    I'm still using FSX since 2001-2002. But I most likely will upgrade to MSFS

    Why would you want to do that? FSX doctored up with Orbx Base, NA, UTX for terrain, vector, and Urban textures, Buildings, and Trees looks very convincing to my own area. In fact, it looks better in FSX than it does in P3D 64 bit. I have FSX also and great flying. The old Tom Ruth 727 and DC-10 and Tristar work great and I modified them with the INS gauge available at HJG. Great old fashioned tube liner fun with my Bravo set up with 3 throttles. 

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    On 5/24/2022 at 6:33 AM, aerofoto said:

    That's correct.

    HJG is an FS2004 hangar ... with most of it offering also being FSX portable also.

     

    They also work with FS2002.
    Says that one person that still plays FS2002

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    They also work with FS2002.
     
    That's "not" entirely correct.
     
    Some HJG simulations may (possibly) still work in FS2002, but, others (be their panels/gauges/modules and/or textures) "most certainly won't".
     
    Just to clarify these FS related compatibilities ....
     
    HJG simulations are FS2004 "native" with most also now being FSX "portable" .... as per the following-linked list ....
     
     
    In any case HJG "does not" now provide FS2002 support.
     
    I was also recently informed "some of" (not all of) the HJG simulations may in fact be P3D "V3" (only .... definitely not V4 or later though) portable too, but, not yet having seen evidence of, or being able to properly assess this "for myself", I say such "WITH RESERVATION".

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    C2615

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    I got HJG Mercure and by swap 2 dlls it works perfectly in P3Dv4 (except landing lights that illuminate the cockpit at night)

    And unlike other HJG aircraft, Mercure is payware level on system simulation and with full working VC! kinda bad it didn't get texture update this time.

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    Mercure is payware level

    Glad you're obviously enjoying the MERCURE 100 .... it is indeed very technically inclined simulation of a unique/rare airliner.

    2 separate versions of it are offered .... one specifically for FS9 use only .... and the other for specifically FSX use only.

     

     by swap 2 dlls it works perfectly in P3Dv4

    P3DV4 portability (I won't say compatibility) is "a surprise" because AFAIK such was "unintended" .... so I reserve my commentary in regard to P3D and more-so since HJG can't provide P3D support.

     

    HJG Mercure

    Important to credit this MERCURE 100 simulation to "Mario NORIEGA" .... and not HJG :)

    HJG did assist Mario with some elements of this/his simulation (namely FDE, sound, and WX Radar), but, it's otherwise "entirely Mario's simulation" .... and which HJG hosts for him and by consent 😉

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