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  1. Thank you very much, Alberto!
  2. felixfer

    The Vertx DA62 Coming soon to Prepar3D v4

    What a great new! Before arriving to the Sean's name, the pictures told to me that this wonderful plane had some relation with the RealAir classics. They have a special finishing look that I like very much. Me too, first day purchase! Thanks, Sean Moloney!
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    How To: Trim like a Pro

    Thanks a lot for the article. This matter is very interesting for me.
  4. Dear Alberto: A very big thank you for this masterpiece. The CRJ is my favourite FSX and P3D default jet, so you can imagine how much I appreciate your contribution. Just discovered (at www.simflight.es) and downloaded, looking forward a moment to test and enjoy your work. Thanks again and best wishes Félix
  5. Estimados amigos: Hace meses me "topé" con la famosa lección de "Piloto privado" de FSX. Me llevó muchos intentos completarla, y sólo pude lograrlo gracias a un tutorial de Hans Schouten: http://members.home.nl/han.schouten/...2013-05-13.pdf No obstante, en mis intentos encontré algunos detalles que él no mencionaba, u otros que se podían matizar. Por eso he creado este documento mío, que no es un tutorial como el suyo, sino un complemento de su tutorial, en español y con alguna ilustración más: https://www.dropbox.com/s/w1ilepob8r...- FSX.pdf?dl=0 A mí al menos me pareció que superar esta lección del FSX marca un antes y un después, y que por eso vale la pena esforzarse. Espero que este documento sea útil para lograrlo sin tanta frustración como les genera a muchos (justificada, desde luego). Mi agradecimento a "Antonio - aviador51" por haberme animado a añadir esta información, lo cual es un motivo de orgullo para mí. Saludos cordiales, Félix FdC ----------------------------- Félix Fernández de Castro (Oviedo)
  6. felixfer

    RealAir Simulations Closure

    Dear Rob & Sean: I hope Carla could be fine soon, and you can find the peace of mind that you all need an deserve now. You have made an incredible, awsome job. As you can see in this forum, there are a lot of people that feels like me: you have created a reference of perfection in the AirSim world. I have purchased several of your planes: SF260 for FS9 and for FSX, Scout pack for FSX, and Legacy for FSX. I still remember the feeling, the first time I started the Legacy and she began to vibrate! I thought: they made it again, they are genious! Now, I would like to have purchased your entire fleet! I can assure you that it was my plan. I would like to put the focus in an aspect of your planes very important to me: the quality of your visuals. There is nothing equal, IMHO, in the Sim world, maybe with the only exception of SamDim products. Other designers think that realism is photoreality, but you have found a very special way of create realism ilusion that I love absolutely: all the details, but with simulated textures, without trying to picture them. It is very difficult to me explaining it well, in this bad "horringlish" that I can use, but I want to say it. All in your planes is elegant: you always choiced elegant planes, and the look of your VC's is georgeus. The problem is that, after using your models, almost all the others seems to me lacking of your "touch". So, my dear friends, I appreciate very much your works, and I can tell you that your planes will continue being my default GA ones during a very long time, they are the most precious treasure in my Sim hangar. Best wishes, Felix Fernandez de Castro (Spain)
  7. I have installed carefully these two planes in FSX, with flightplans and textures checked for FSX with AI Flight Planner. I Find the behavior of the planes is very strange: --both of them appear only with a few generic and empty textures; all white, all grey, a few chromatic details... windows and mobile parts show correctly, the plane flies and is recognised, but it doesn't show the many liverys that are in the Richard Faith's packages --the F900 shows some green points and areas on the nose and the upper engine --and the most strange thing: I go to the "Tools" menu, open the AI "Explorer" utility, use the "create" option, I choose one of the RFAI variants of the plane, and it appears perfectly, with the appropriate livery, even side by side in the ramp to the "empty" texture that I explained above. Does anyone has these beauties working properly in its FSX? If so, I would appreciate to know wether he has found these same problems. Thaks a lot in advance, Felix FdC (Spain)
  8. I hope the problem is solved. I have reduced the height of the flatten polygon from 165 m.(airport reference height in FSX) to 164 m., and now it works well since the firs time I start FSX.I still don't know why this happens, but after reinitiating many times the PC and the sim, in several conditions, I think all is fine.Thanks for the attention, however. I hope this short drama could serve to somebody that find the same problem in the future.Regards,felixfer
  9. Hi all:I have made a scenery for a small aerodrome near my city, LEMR (Oviedo, Spain). I must add some terrain for a taxiway and an apron that doesn't fit in the default trip. I have made the AFD with AFX, and I have used SBuilderX to make the exclude (airport boundaries, autogen and flatten, three polygons in one final BGL file).My problem occurs ONLY the first time I start FSX after initialition of my computer. Then, I can't see the new apron and taxiway when I am over the ground or near the ground. But they are there, in same way, because if a go to aerial vue, after elevating several times the AFD elements appear.If I close FSX and I start again, I can see perfectly my airport from the ground, and all works perfectly in this session and all the next ones. The problem occurs again when I close my computer and I turn on it again.I have read the tutorials of Luis Feliz Tirado and Scott Smarts, and I have explored several forums, but I haven't found a reference to this strange behaviour.Anybody could help me? Thanks a lot in advance.F
  10. Dear friends:I am trying to improve the aspect of the North of Spain in FSX. Spain is attached to zone N (European West Mediterranean), but this is very unreal for the northern provinces, because our physical geography is more European Central style (the Region A, European Germanic, is the most appropiate for us).I know that some friends have found yet the way to do it (I think the more simple and elegant is the one of Mr. Mandelli in its Italian Regions Pack), but although I have read with many attention his procedures, and the SDK documentation, there are still many points that remains obscure to me.This is because I am an absolute beginner, so I would appreciate very much if some friend could be so patient to give me a step-by-step procedure, from zero, in order to achieve this improvement.By the way, I think that many people in many countries of the world are in a similar situation, so I think that the divulgation of an easy procedure for this matter would be of interest for the whole sim community.Thanks in advance to everybody,F