Christian Bahr

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    Dortmund, Germany
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    Music, Flight Simulation

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  1. Christian Bahr

    Lorby-SI - Payload Manager X

    Hi. Could you please be so kind as to put your question in the support forum of Lorby-SI? Thank you very much for your understanding🙂 Lorby-SI Freeware Support
  2. Christian Bahr

    FSUIPC and LUA Script

    I can confirm that, Notepad++ saves lives 🙂
  3. Christian Bahr

    JustSim EDDL z-fighting on runways & taxiways

    Hi. What says the manufacturer JustSim to the problem? That might be interesting what assessment there comes from the developers. Best regards Christian
  4. Christian Bahr

    JustSim EDDL z-fighting on runways & taxiways

    Hi. Please take a look at the Bahrometrix Support Forum of Essen / Muelheim : Probleme bei Nutzung von JustSim EDDL In the post is a zip archive with a tweaked airport layout that could perhaps solve the problem. Best regards Christian
  5. Christian Bahr

    Lorby-SI - Payload Manager X

    Would like to inform in this way briefly that the Payload Manager by Oliver Binder (Lorby-SI) is also available on the Bahrometrix download page. The download is barrier-free and can be downloaded without registration. Lorby-SI - Payload Manager X The download is also available via the Lorby-SI page: Payload Manager X Description With the PayloadManager, you can comfortably attach objects to your aircraft or AI plane via a graphical user menu. As a special feature, animated people were added to the Payload Manager, which they can now put into the cockpit as virtual accompaniment. Included are 10 high-detailed male and female persons. Features - Skydiving, bailout, parachutist - Add 3-D persons to the aircraft - add objects of any kind (Simobjects) - Simulation of additional external tanks to support the fuel system - Carrying out of air refueling Hints and features The PayloadManagerX is intended for use under Prepar3D, the supported versions are P3Dv4.2 and P3Dv4.3. Earlier P3D versions and FSX are not supported. Updated Version - There is now a checkbox that will cause PMX to stop reporting the weight of the attachments to the simulator. This can otherwise have problems with complex addons where the aircraft has its own weight and balance logic (PMDG and possibly A2A) - The function to replace the SkyDiver with any SimObject has been repaired - There is now an additional gauge on the SkyDiver, a "more realistic" altimeter Special thanks to Marcel Felde! From him comes the altimeter.
  6. Christian Bahr

    Nightmares Do Come True!

    Very well! It's a really scary, great job. Especially so creative. Will pull my coverlet over my head tonight
  7. Christian Bahr

    Halloween Scary Party

    Hi! The Halloween Special scenery is published and can now be downloaded, of course, the download barrier-free access - no registration is required to get to the download. Halloween Party Castle Frankenstein In the short term, we have not been able to create a "stand-alone" scenery, so for now the scenery will only work in conjunction with FTX Germany South from ORBX. For the ultimate scare effect, the Romero Zombie from the Aerosoft Airport Avatars package is recommended. Free Avatars from Simware and Aerosoft Frank and I wish all forum members a scary but above all happy Halloween party. Have fun 🙂 After installing the Aerosoft Airport Avatar, you can select the Romero Zombie via the P3Dv4 Vehicle menu. If you press the C key, then the zombie dances
  8. Christian Bahr

    Halloween Scary Party

    Hello Robert. The scenery has already served its purpose. All the best from me and the best wishes for you.
  9. Christian Bahr

    Halloween Scary Party

    Hi! There will be a small scenery for this year's Halloween party. This scenery is the castle Frankenstein in Germany near Darmstadt and the scenery carries the name "Halloween Scary Party Castle Frankenstein". We have just worked on the last details and the scenery is ready and will then be offered for download on schedule. To the content of the scenery - the castle Frankenstein, which was coupled out of FTX Germany South out and was expanded with many horror detail - a group of animated dancers who have mutated into adult zombies in the last few days: D Screenshots ... The Castle The Actors The Location Wish everyone a scary Halloween party 😌
  10. Christian Bahr

    Muelheim Ruhr X Update

    Hi Michael, Thank you for a kind words. Now I wish you a lot of fun in and with Mülheim Regards Christian
  11. Christian Bahr

    Muelheim Ruhr X Update

    Hi! There have recently been some changes to the freeware scenery Muelheim Ruhr X. It has been modernized and it has been polished up with the current technical possibilities of modern scenery design. First, long-planned texture optimizations were made. Then a new airport layout was created, which has differentiated material properties. In addition, a newly developed and animated Zeppelin was integrated into the scenery. The term zeppelin is actually not correct, because this type of airship is called Blimp. The software package includes seasonal objects such as umbrellas, blimp and hay bales. The scenery is rounded off by the new Avatar Steven. With it you can explore the many details of the airport very well. The scenery can be downloaded as usual without registration from the Bahrometrix download page. Barrier-free download: P3DV4 Mülheim Ruhr X V1.15 New features / changes - seasonally controlled objects (in-game) WDL Blimp parasols Bale / Heuquader Plants / Planters - Color correction of the airport orthophoto - Layout with differentiated material properties - current ground markings - Texture optimizations - New Avatar Steven All features according to P3DV4 SDK specifications, the seasonal objects are based on the in-game possibilities of the P3DV4. Pictures ... The new airport layout contains current ground markings All surfaces have different material properties, the markings and the asphalt surface reflect differentiated solar radiation. In addition, the asphalt surface was created with a rain-mirroring effect. the stronger the rain, the stronger the effect The new avatar. His name is Steven The hay bales, as well as the umbrellas on the terrace, the blimp and plants are seasonally controlled The plants and parasols are only available in the summer months The Blimp is animated and flies a 45-minute flight over the Essen and Muelheim - it's a new development at Bahrometrix The sightseeing flight of Blimp also takes place in the evening
  12. Christian Bahr

    LINDA - Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)

    Dear LINDA users. I want to get rid of something here which is very close to my heart. And I do not want to give the wrong impression. To anticipate it. For many years now I use LINDA for button programming, first for the FSX and later also for the P3D. The program LINDA has almost always provided faithful and reliable services. First, I had programmed my Aerosoft Airbus with it and thus achieved those functions that were not accessible via the normal button programming. Later, I also programmed my Nemeth Design EC-135 and other aircraft. But ... Since the release of the P3DV4.3 and the associated updates of the software LINDA, FSUIPC etc, it came on my system in connection with LUA scripts, which were in the module folder, to a blue screen of my computer. The crash was reproducible. It was the LUA script for LINDA. As soon as I removed the LINDA-Lua script from the module folder, it did not come to a BlueScreen anymore. The problem was detected. My assumption was that the LINDA-Lua script or LINDA itself had caused this reproducible crash. In hindsight, this assumption was wrong. It was not the LINDA LUA script. It did not help. Because I could no longer use the flight simulator in connection with the alleged faulty LINDA script or LINDA altogether. The decision was not easy but inevitable. I separated from the program LINDA. Based on the assumption that LINDA or the LINDA LUA script no longer works properly with the new P3Dv4.3 version. So I went in search of a replacement for LINDA and found out that you can only use LUA scripts with FSUIPC and without LINDA. Only after several days and countless hours of intensive research on the internet and after much experimentation I came across a coincidence that not LINDA or a missing Windows 10 update were responsible for the BlueScreens. But for the crashes a faulty FSUIPC5.132 was responsible. By another coincidence, I came across the fact that there is a new and now bug-clean FSUIPC5.132c. So after I added the new version5.132c, all crashes and BlueScreen were gone. As if spun off by magic. At this point, I would like to once again thank the developer of LINDA. You always responded well and quickly to support questions, were very patient and always had good advice. Therefore, my heartfelt and sincere thanks for your commitment and enrichment for the Simmer Community!
  13. Christian Bahr

    FSUIPC and LUA Script

    Hello Al. Your e-mail has arrived, thanks for that. I flew over it only briefly and come later to respond to it more precisely and to answer. Now I understand the background to Notepad ++. It will display color coded code, similar to opening an XML file with Internet Explorer. I never thought of that, I'll keep that in mind. Thank you for your hint. Again something learned! I had looked at the documentation for FSUIPC and LUA scripts several times, but I have never really learned all the descriptions. The descriptions were more confusing than helping them. Without your help, I would never have understood the code. Now the logic gradually opens up to me. But there I have to continue to learn to achieve a good "LUA script level" In the beginning I will make the scripts as neat as possible and as simple as possible. There will be stored only those functions, which are otherwise not reached via the normal button assignment. In the beginning it should not be too complex, otherwise it will be too confusing for a beginner like me too fast.
  14. Christian Bahr

    LINDA - Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)

    Hello Andrew, i would like to give feedback. The problem with the BlueScreen is solved! To make it short. It was not because of LINDA or me or my Windows 10 system. It was up to FSUIPC. Apparently, the FSIPC5.132 was corrupt and under certain circumstances, the P3D crashed when a LUA script was in the module folder. Now the programmer of the FSUIPC has released a new version 5.132c. Thus the BlueScreen and the associated crashes are a thing of the past. Wanted to conclude by mentioning this, maybe this information will help someone else. regards Christian
  15. Christian Bahr

    FSUIPC and LUA Script

    Hello Al. My sincerest thanks. Your new script works perfectly. I kept exactly to your instructions and put both functions on two different buttons. Once function 1 is assigned with parameter 1 and once function 2 with parameter 2. If I now press button A, then the left cover is switched through. I press button B, then the right cover is switched through. Just as it was intended. It's perfect! That would have been my next question. Namely whether one must have a single script for each function, or whether one can have several functions in a script. Your new script answers this question with a clear yes. So if I understand correctly, then you can have infinite many functions in a script, but you have to number the different functions? The one with the maximum character length has already happened yesterday. In the future, I stick to the generally accepted recommendations to keep the filenames on the one hand clear but on the other hand to keep short. With the parameters LuaKill, LuaSet, LuaClear etc I do not know what they are causing, so your recommendation will be followed and I will not "touch" these parameters. I had previously edited the scripts with Notepad (notepad.exe) from Windows 10, which works very well and without problems. I will follow the tip with the LuaEdit 2010 editor, I've already downloaded the program as a precaution. I'm sure that I'll break it often at the beginning 🙂 Now it starts with the button programming of the Eurocopter EC135. Later, some Airbus functions will be programmed using your script template. I'm really looking forward to it. My sincerest thanks for your expert knowledge. I was very happy! best regards Christian