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  1. I have converted all of my repaints for use/install with the new Livery Manager (V2.0).  Is there a chance the site administrators could create a new section/subform in the downloads section specifically for repaints using the new Livery Manager?  This way we can have separation from legacy livery manager repaints without requiring a complete search throughout the original threads or excessive workload for the site admins.   

     

    Secondly, I converted a bunch of my favorite repaints, originally created for the Airbus Extended by Holgi for use with Livery Manager 2.0.  Would it be ethical for me to release these repaints in the above mentioned section provided credit was given to the original author?

  2. On 10/19/2019 at 4:08 PM, Michael Levin said:

    Could someone make a new Delta Airlines A320 repaint for the A320 professional? (I know there's one for the Airbus X, but it doesn't display properly for the A320 professional for me.)

     

    Michael, I have modified Holgi's original repaint to make it work with Professional.  I haven't been able to get in contact with Holgi in order to get permission so release it.  PM me and I can give you a beta repaint.  

  3. For the people who are having problems with P3D shutting down, random CTD with the new Airbus 1.3.0 update, I ran into the same issues, but have  found the solution.  During the course of P3D 4.X development, I have been updating the Client and Content from my initial purchase of the 4.1 version to 4.5.  Once I updated to 4.5, and installed 1.3 version of the Airbus narrow bodies, Pmdg NGXu I started having random CTDs.  Removing such planes and returning to 4.4 was fix.  After consultation with Lockheed Martin's Prepar3d forums, I was instructed to delete my shaders folder, P3D.cfg and update my Nvidia drivers.  Apparently, P3D 4.5 Hotfix 2 has several changes under the hood that make it incompatible with the older shader files and cfg.  Aircraft like the AS Bus 1.3 and NGXu that are complied using the 4.5 SDK make these incompatibilities worse and cause stability issues.  Older aircraft compiled with the P3d 4.0 SDK show none of these issues/instabilities.            

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  4. On 2/18/2018 at 1:58 AM, Jetwings32 said:

     

    CaptKornDog, in order to do a repaint like that, a painter would need a really good painting for us to work from.  Here is a really good example:

     

    https://cdn6.bigcommerce.com/s-m1rws/products/4447/images/8866/G2UAL402__87335.1504813557.900.600.jpg?c=2

     

    The reason is that the tail as well as the three strip combo is very hard to create from scratch.  But if I have a high resolution image like that, I can use the image as transparency and lay it onto the flat model. 

     

    Sorry wrong quote, I meant Capt Korn Dog who is requesting the old blue tulip United Paint Scheme.

  5. On 9/26/2016 at 1:36 PM, PatrickZ said:

     

    Then maybe you should try the QualityWings 757. It's a little old, but still very good. QualityWings is an excellent developer, they currently got the 787 Dreamliner and the 737-300/400/500 in the pipeline and those are looking fantastic! In the meanwhile they even updated the 757 and the BAE-146 (their oldest product for FSX) a couple of times.

     

    The other payware 757 out there is Captain Sim. Also a very good choice, but I think when it comes to system depth QualityWings is better.

     

    I have the Captains Sim 757.  It is ok, but has some issues, more like unfinished flaws.  I can use it in P3D, but it is struly not 100% P3D compatible.  I have considered the QW 757, but their webpages says that P3D supported.  I tried to read their support forums for P3D compatibility, but they locked for non-QW 757 owners.  

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