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  1. JesC

    Golden Eagle

    My personal thanks Ron. A beautiful job. I will be very proud to fly this. Jesse
  2. JesC

    Possible flashlight for VC use in 4.4?

    Thanks Maxime. Exactly what I was looking for. Files are located in Documents/Prepar3D v4 Add-ons/Lorby-SI LorbyFlashlight_P3D_V4/Effect Adjust for whichever effect you are using. If I have it worked out right I believe they are: fx_Lorby_flashlight.fx is the Lamp Type 2 fx_Lorby_flashlight_Wide_Red.fx is the Lamp Type 1 (Red) fx_Lorby_flashlight_Wide_White.fx is the Lamp Type 1 (White) Jesse
  3. JesC

    Possible flashlight for VC use in 4.4?

    I would like to try some adjustments to the brightness. Could you give me some direction on which parameter to adjust? I just don't recognize which one would control that. Thanks, Jesse
  4. JesC

    Possible flashlight for VC use in 4.4?

    Thank you very much, Oliver. Just exactly what was needed. Works beautifully with TrackIR. A very natural effect. Have tested in Carenado T210, Navajo and Cheyenne; Alabeo 421C, Milviz 310R redux and Twin Comanche as well as RealAir Duke. All work perfectly. Jesse
  5. Maybe because a licensed pilot is not necessarily an aircraft/equipment owner and may not have access to the Garmin updates? Just a thought. Jesse
  6. JesC

    Throttle Quadrant

    Jetline is who I work through. Jesse
  7. JesC

    Throttle Quadrant

    I think you will be very satisfied with your choice. Be sure you order the TQ6 "plus" that has the Hall Sensors. Blue Skies Jesse
  8. Have you talked to Jetline yet and told them about what you plan to configure. Based on my experience I think they would be very helpful with getting things up and running and optimized for your needs. One of the big advantages to working with them. Just a thought. Jesse
  9. JesC

    Throttle Quadrant

    I have a new VirtualFly TQ6 Plus on it's way to me. I'm really looking forward to the new addition of Hall Sensors on the unit. The potentiometers on the old unit were it's only weakness. Based on my experience of the old model TQ6 I think the new plus is a good throttle quadrant choice to consider. The TQ6 has a great realistic feel and is set up to accommodate reverse thrust and prop feathering. Also has tension adjustments. Very easy setup with the VirtualFly utility. Haven't missed my old Saitek "toys" for a moment since switching over to VirtualFly. Currently using the Yoko, the TQ6 and Ruddo pedals. Well worth the price of admission. Good Luck with your choice. Jesse
  10. JesC

    a little tip to find snow...... etc...

    Thanks for the tip, Michael. I've been using Active Sky for a long time and frankly I never even noticed that. Jesse
  11. JesC

    ENVTEX SP2 Released

    Well... I have discovered that my problem with cloud texture integration was not an Envtex issue at all. It was quite simply a problem with my hard head. I was using the "Global Automatic" setting in ASCA rather than the required "Full Dynamics" setting. With the proper settings the cloud integration does indeed work just fine. Sorry for any confusion I may have caused anyone. Maxime has a good explanation of this here: Jesse
  12. JesC

    ENVTEX SP2 Released

    Fair enough. Could be I just don't fully understand the meaning of "integration". At any rate I do recommend the upgrade and will continue to explore, test and attempt to better understand it. Thanks for your input. Jesse
  13. JesC

    Removing default P3D aircrafts

    That is the answer. That's what I do and that's what I would recommend. Simple. No potential for other problems. Hope it's helpful, Jesse
  14. JesC

    ENVTEX SP2 Released

    There's nothing to see here. Move along. The interface is different. Some may like the change, some may not. For me... just different. I thought the cloud textures were going to be integrated "Dynamically" in ASCA similarly to the sky textures but now I realize that isn't what SP2 offers. I only use the sky texture integration and the sun and moon options since I also use REX WWAHD, so I can't comment on the rest of the update. I recommend the upgrade and I'm very happy with Envtex; but I don't see a huge change given the options I am using. Others may (probably) have a different experience. Blue Skies!, Jesse
  15. JesC

    ENVTEX SP2 Released

    OK. But we do need to uncheck Cirrus then? Thanks, Jesse