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About RockStarofRust

  • Birthday 12/31/1959

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    Semi Retired Contractor, Flying, Fishing and Family Fun!

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  1. RockStarofRust

    Helicopters that work in P3D V4, (not 4.1)

    Nemeth Designs MD 500 Defender, EC 135, 902, CH 53 and 54 all working too!
  2. RockStarofRust

    Orbx global with P3D V4

    Hi Ray! I had this happen awhile back. The solution, for whatever ORBX voodoo that they do do, was to go into settings (FTX Central 3), under FTX entries should be inserted below: By default it will read (at the top of the scenery library) the drop down menu find FTX, highlight then save. Then reverse your save back to (at the top of the scenery library) then save. For whatever reason it straightened every thing out right as rain!
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    Hi Robin, Looking at your YT vids it looks like your predominant stutters arise from panning your cockpit views with, ( joystick hat-switch ? ), or other conflicts in the controls portion of P3D v4. Having a similar problem with EZCA I thoroughly went through controls and deleted ALL hat-switch, keyboard and arrow keys that had the same or dual functions, even though the view software indicated that conflicts were automatically adjusted!
  4. RockStarofRust

    P3D On an SSD

    Hi Conrad. First congratulations on your successful PC build. You can have TEN SSD's in your PC build and install P3D in the location of your pleasure. You could even name your root folder "ThisismycopyofP3DV3422" and install there. Hopefully you will find P3D loads faster...the rest is up to your CPU/GPU/Mainboard/RAM combonation. A starting point would be the guides available here at AVSIM for performance. The biggest piece of free advice you are installing P3D after each NEW install to avoid running down time costly problems...IE why when I start P3D why does it go from splash screen to desktop or crash to desktop...myriads of future problems can be avoided this way! Happy flying!!! Greg
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    Just Flight Aircraft

    Thanks Hugh! My bad, I was thinking of the F4U-1 Corsair 'Birdcage' I do have the Razbam Cosair II Volume III. Although it works great in P3D, I don't like the fact that you can't see the load out from the 3D cockpit. Thanks again Greg!
  6. RockStarofRust

    Just Flight Aircraft

    I'm interested too Kevin, but I couldn't find the sale??? Thanks, Greg
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    Hoang Le up to the latest version, it works!
  8. RockStarofRust

    Best mesh for P3D V3.x

    And another vote! +3
  9. RockStarofRust

    Default cloud texture size - p3dv3.4.22 ?

    I'm running and the default cloud texture is 512! I recommend REX 3, 4 or both for texture choice, size and optimization!
  10. RockStarofRust

    Helicopter addiction in P3D

    Great post Bob. Maybe you should explain how difficult it is to reverse controls when your RC choppers were coming toward you. LOL If you have AI Carriers, try some moving targets with water at Ultra, wind and a pitching deck! Happy skies!
  11. RockStarofRust

    Ezdok updated

    Fantastic! Worked like a charm! Happy skies! Greg
  12. RockStarofRust

    Ezdok updated

    Hi Rich. I'm having the same problem! The developer points you to his troubleshooting page, however downloading the recommended updater did not solve the issue. Is there a different solve?? Thanks Greg
  13. RockStarofRust

    Best helicopter for p3d

    Hi Bob! Did every method include the Force Trim Setup in the Configuration Manager UI??
  14. RockStarofRust

    Best helicopter for p3d

    Hi Bob! Startup is is a great vid for manual startup however for my vid I cheated by control+shift+F1 to shut down then control+E to start. Without a Hotas setup, manual start is difficult...