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  1. FlyWithLua (XP10/XP9) View File About This FileYou want to use the power of a C/C++ plugin, but it should be easy as BASIC? Try FlyWithLua, the Lua 5.1 script engine for X-Plane 9 and X-Plane 10! FlyWithLua offers a rapid development system to get in deep into X-Plane. An easy to understand, detailed manual is included. FlyWithLua will support all platforms, Windows, Linux and Mac, and it will support X-Plane 9 and X-Plane 10. A script can be used on all platforms by default, without the need of re-editing. This let's you share scripts with friends using other systems. FlyWithLua is a clean 32-bit and 64-bit fat plugin. FlyWithLua uses LuaJIT as a compiler. This results in very fast code execution, especially with the version LuaJit 2.0 FlyWithLus is based on. FlyWithLua is ready to be used! FlyWithLua isn't freeware, it's "timeware"! You will have to read at least the basic installation instruction here inside the official FlyWithLua support forum. FlyWithLua was made in a couple of years for me as the creator and main developer, and also many many hours of building, testing and answering support questions to my co-authors Snagar and Sparker and some more volunteers helping this project to exist. So please have the appreciation to carefully read and understand some information about FlyWithLua - to avoid frustration to you and the developer team. Enjoy this plugin. I choose the MIT Licence so it's totally free to use. What's New in Version 2.4.0 (win, lin, mac) (See full changelog) Version 2.4.0Complete new design of the JIT compiler usage. Should speed up the scripts and is still compatible to version 2.3.3.Version 2.3.3New USB features. FlyWithLua will now support the Arcaze USB device and it's additional boards. This version is experimental. If you own an Arcaze USB, please report if it works on your system.No other changes to 2.3.2.4Version 2.3.2.4 and 2.3.2.3Bugfixes for Mac OSX. Since 2.3.2.4 we force posix path style.Version 2.3.2.2New build on Windows without changing the source code. If this won't help, please try to unzip the MinGW64 DLL libraries into the "64" subdirectory.Version 2.3.2.1Bugfix on Linux. Added a DLL on Windows.Version 2.3.2Added a new Lua function "create_positive_edge_flip()" to integrate a feature a user asked for. No other changes, if you are no home cockpit builder, you can stay at version 2.3.1.1. Version 2.3.1.1A bugfix for Mac OSX users by fatroom. As this little fix only affects one script ("display clist.lua"), it will be shown as version 2.3.1 (and in fact there is no change inside the C/C++ core). If you are using 2.3.1 on a Linux or Windows system, or if you don't display checklists at all, you don't need to update FlyWithLua.Version 2.3.1Slightly improved debug file. But the most important change is the ability of playing sound files. Keyboard sniffer can now detect Control or Option (Alt) keys, not only Shift.There are no error corrections, only new features. So if version 2.2.4.1 runs properly (and you do not need the new features), you can skip this version. Version 2.2.4.1Thanks to Sparker (and Snagar) we have a new Linux build.Version 2.2.4There was a little problem with the new XSquawkBox 64-bit plugin, that is now fixed.Version 2.2.3Identical to 2.2.2, but for Windows and Mac OSX. Sorry that we can't deliver a Linux version at the moment. We will make one as soon as possible.Version 2.2.2New functions to handle mouse events and a new Button2DataRef like subsystem to get joystick buttons directly connected to DataRefs. This version is Windows only.Version 2.1.29The same as 2.1.28, but with Linux and Mac builds included.Version 2.1.28Fixes some bugs:The word "calsic" in an error message.No keyboard commands possible after Lua crashed.Error messages containing CR are visible as only one overlapping text line on the screen and are unreadable as a result of that.Version 2.1.27The same as 2.1.16, but working on Mac, Linux and Windows.Version 2.1.26Added a script to display Checklister files. This works in 64-bit!Some changes to the print() function.Better error handling in 64-bit.Version 2.1.24Added a user request for some bigger fonts.Version 2.1.21 to 2.1.23Non-public versions killing some little bugs.Version 2.1.20Fixed some bugs on Mac OS X Mountain Lion. (Mac version isn't able to access HID devices directly, like the Windows version can do. This will be fixed later, if X-Plane 10.20 is declared stable.)Fixed install instructions for X-Plane 9.Version 2.1.19Fixed a bug in Lua function "set_axis_assignment()"Version 2.1.18First time running on all systems, Windows, Linux and Mac!FlyWithLua_v2.4.0_Lin_Mac_Win.zip Submitter Angelique-van-Campen Submitted 07/21/15 Category Plugin Reason for Modification Modification to v2.4.0 X-Plane 10 Version 10.30+ Is it 64-bit compatible? Yes X-Plane 9 Version 9.70+
  2. Version 2.4.0

    199 downloads

    About This FileYou want to use the power of a C/C++ plugin, but it should be easy as BASIC? Try FlyWithLua, the Lua 5.1 script engine for X-Plane 9 and X-Plane 10! FlyWithLua offers a rapid development system to get in deep into X-Plane. An easy to understand, detailed manual is included. FlyWithLua will support all platforms, Windows, Linux and Mac, and it will support X-Plane 9 and X-Plane 10. A script can be used on all platforms by default, without the need of re-editing. This let's you share scripts with friends using other systems. FlyWithLua is a clean 32-bit and 64-bit fat plugin. FlyWithLua uses LuaJIT as a compiler. This results in very fast code execution, especially with the version LuaJit 2.0 FlyWithLus is based on. FlyWithLua is ready to be used! FlyWithLua isn't freeware, it's "timeware"! You will have to read at least the basic installation instruction here inside the official FlyWithLua support forum. FlyWithLua was made in a couple of years for me as the creator and main developer, and also many many hours of building, testing and answering support questions to my co-authors Snagar and Sparker and some more volunteers helping this project to exist. So please have the appreciation to carefully read and understand some information about FlyWithLua - to avoid frustration to you and the developer team. Enjoy this plugin. I choose the MIT Licence so it's totally free to use. What's New in Version 2.4.0 (win, lin, mac) (See full changelog) Version 2.4.0Complete new design of the JIT compiler usage. Should speed up the scripts and is still compatible to version 2.3.3.Version 2.3.3New USB features. FlyWithLua will now support the Arcaze USB device and it's additional boards. This version is experimental. If you own an Arcaze USB, please report if it works on your system.No other changes to 2.3.2.4Version 2.3.2.4 and 2.3.2.3Bugfixes for Mac OSX. Since 2.3.2.4 we force posix path style.Version 2.3.2.2New build on Windows without changing the source code. If this won't help, please try to unzip the MinGW64 DLL libraries into the "64" subdirectory.Version 2.3.2.1Bugfix on Linux. Added a DLL on Windows.Version 2.3.2Added a new Lua function "create_positive_edge_flip()" to integrate a feature a user asked for. No other changes, if you are no home cockpit builder, you can stay at version 2.3.1.1. Version 2.3.1.1A bugfix for Mac OSX users by fatroom. As this little fix only affects one script ("display clist.lua"), it will be shown as version 2.3.1 (and in fact there is no change inside the C/C++ core). If you are using 2.3.1 on a Linux or Windows system, or if you don't display checklists at all, you don't need to update FlyWithLua.Version 2.3.1Slightly improved debug file. But the most important change is the ability of playing sound files. Keyboard sniffer can now detect Control or Option (Alt) keys, not only Shift.There are no error corrections, only new features. So if version 2.2.4.1 runs properly (and you do not need the new features), you can skip this version. Version 2.2.4.1Thanks to Sparker (and Snagar) we have a new Linux build.Version 2.2.4There was a little problem with the new XSquawkBox 64-bit plugin, that is now fixed.Version 2.2.3Identical to 2.2.2, but for Windows and Mac OSX. Sorry that we can't deliver a Linux version at the moment. We will make one as soon as possible.Version 2.2.2New functions to handle mouse events and a new Button2DataRef like subsystem to get joystick buttons directly connected to DataRefs. This version is Windows only.Version 2.1.29The same as 2.1.28, but with Linux and Mac builds included.Version 2.1.28Fixes some bugs:The word "calsic" in an error message.No keyboard commands possible after Lua crashed.Error messages containing CR are visible as only one overlapping text line on the screen and are unreadable as a result of that.Version 2.1.27The same as 2.1.16, but working on Mac, Linux and Windows.Version 2.1.26Added a script to display Checklister files. This works in 64-bit!Some changes to the print() function.Better error handling in 64-bit.Version 2.1.24Added a user request for some bigger fonts.Version 2.1.21 to 2.1.23Non-public versions killing some little bugs.Version 2.1.20Fixed some bugs on Mac OS X Mountain Lion. (Mac version isn't able to access HID devices directly, like the Windows version can do. This will be fixed later, if X-Plane 10.20 is declared stable.)Fixed install instructions for X-Plane 9.Version 2.1.19Fixed a bug in Lua function "set_axis_assignment()"Version 2.1.18First time running on all systems, Windows, Linux and Mac!FlyWithLua_v2.4.0_Lin_Mac_Win.zip
  3. Version 1.0

    119 downloads

    On behalf of Marc Leydecker aka Belga12345, Aerosoft isp leased to offer you his latest SketchUp tutorial. I got a ton of emails from members asking help on creating photo-realistic airports So attached is a mini tutorial in PDF Remember, the key is patience and weathered textures! How it started (with some more texture hints) http://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/content.php?15734-Interview-With-Marc-Leydecker Interview with Areosoft http://asn-xp.aerosoft.com/?page_id=10151 KFYJ review (lots of pictures) http://asn-xp.aerosoft.com/?page_id=12765 KPVG review (lots of pictures) http://asn-xp.aerosoft.com/?page_id=10576 Enjoy, Marc Please do not forget to vote
  4. Version 1.0

    114 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his fictional livery of a real plane from Sabena (OO-SGD), using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  5. Version 1.0

    348 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Marcelo Fabianon his WIP (Work In Progress) Cessna 400. Hi guys! Whats up? This is my first project to X-Plane! The Cessna 400 with a nice G1000... The original aircraft its is default by Xplane but We "Avalon Group" are doing some hard work on this project... This is an Alpha version just to you guys test it out and tell me what you guys thinking about it... We are trying to bring you a nice freeware G1000 on this Cessna but remember its a WIP(Work in progress) Aircraft, more coming soon like(Flight plan,Will try to do a Prodigy too of the 400',more liveries,full autopilot and soo on)But now the features are: New to this WIP version 1.0 are the following features: - Some dirt screen on MFD - Autopilot working but not displayed - Custom buttons for the G1000 - Inset map - Brazilian liveries "PR-SSR,PT-TLA" - Custom 3d textures interior - Custom 3d textures panel - Custom night lighting But this is it! I am accepting help for this project! Hope you guys enjoy this awesome bird! See you soon!
  6. Version 1.0

    153 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his fictional livery of the SAS (LN-AEO), using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  7. Version 1.0

    312 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his fictional livery of British Airways Cargo plane (G-GSSD), using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  8. Version 1.0

    229 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his fictional livery of Alitalia, using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  9. Version 1.0

    667 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his fictional livery of British Airways (G-CIVD), using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  10. Version 2.3

    1136 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you, in consult with Pedro from AeroPedro, their updated per March 20th DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter. According to Pedro ..... one of my favorites. I've always kept at least one up and running for my own use since early in v470. As the name suggests it was at first conceived as a twin-engined replacement for the venerable DHC-3 Otter. The Twin Otter is a 19-seat (passengers) STOL utility aircraft, mostly used for regional passenger and cargo transport, medevac flights or whatever else you can think of. The reliability of its two P&W Canada turboprops and its superb STOL qualities have it operating in the most remote areas; from Nunavut to Antarctica and from Iceland to Papua Niugini. This started as a simple combination of my early v970 model with Syd Adams’ 3D model, originally from FlightGear. Credits: A big thank you to Syd Adams for allowing us to use the original 3D files from his work for FlightGear. Also thank you to G.P. Lyons (gplv3) for the initial conversion of these files for use in X-Plane and his further enhancement and additions to the 3D objects. Additional thanks go to Leen de Jager (flybike) AFNavarro (Antonio) and Bob 439 (Bob Maheu) for their great improvements to the normals and textures. Update! - New 2Dv2.7 2D model with unchanged 3Dv2.3 3D model (as per 20 march 2015) A further enhancement of the earlier combination of Syd Adams’ 3D model with my X-Plane model. Unchanged 3D v2.3 model, this means Bob's recent paint kit and all previous repaints/liveries -labeled as 3D v2.3- by Antonio, Bob, Leen and others should still work on this model. Reminder ...... earlier repaints/liveries (3Dv2.2 or earlier) are NOT fully compatible with the v2.3 3D objects. New 2D v2.7 PlaneMaker files (all versions) have updated/repaired wings (aileron deflection settings with flaps) and cleaned up cockpit/instrument files. The GNS430 is already installed and for xp v10.32+ you only need a few clicks in PM to enable the extended version. If you'd rather like to have the GNS530, you can use my 'DIY installation' files and guide. You can download the 'base pack' from this site. This is a full install of the DHC-6 basic files, set up as a DHC-6-300 long nose version, on standard wheels with a plain white livery. The 'expansion packs' / 'additions' are to be found in my DHC hangar. There you can get the parts (acf files) to 'build' all the other versions: - the -100, -200 and -300 series - the skydive mod and skis mod - a full install for the DHC-6-400 model with a simple 'make believe' glass panel. - a number of 'generic' liveries. More information about Pedro's DHC6 can be found at the dedicated AeroPedro web page. Have fun!
  11. Version 1.0

    175 downloads

    Aerosoft is please, in consult with Freddy De Pues from Fred-E.Net to offer you Albert Whitted Airport St Petersburg HD (KSPG) version 1.0 This file uses ©Marc Leydecker's library, his exclusive property. Further on .... ATC traffic, customized buildings, USGS satellite images, tropical waters, waves, animations, etc. Airport Background Information: In October 2007, the City completed construction on a $4,000,000-10,600 sq/ft terminal building. The terminal also has a 12,200 sq/yd aircraft parking ramp and a 64-space parking lot. The terminal houses the airport's Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and other various aviation and retail tenants. The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge opened on the 2nd floor of the terminal in April 2010. In 2008, the city opened Albert Whitted Park, which is located on the north side of the airport. The park has observation areas overlooking the airport and an aviation themed playground. The Park is open for the general public's enjoyment, but can be reserved for special functions. A new $3 million control tower is operational. A new Taxiway D on the northside and parallel to Runway 7-25 funded by the FAA is operational. This taxiway connects the terminal building with Runways 18 and 25. Since 2003, capital improvements have totaled over $11 million. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)) Acknowledgements: - Marc Leydecker, - Cami De Bellis, - Giant 551 (Yacht), - Altair (People), - FlyByGuy (The Handy Man), - Ruscenery, - Einstein (RE_Lib), - ChrisLec (Wave Animation), - Chris Noe (Flags of The World), - Helgo (Madagascar Trees), - Kone Oneida (MowMyX-Plane), - SeaPlaneDocks (?).
  12. Version 1.2

    321 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you, on behalf of Freddy De Pues from Fred-E.Net, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (KATL) version 1.2. Airport background Information: Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (IATA: ATL, ICAO: KATL, FAA LID: ATL), known locally as Atlanta Airport, Hartsfield, or Hartsfield–Jackson, is located seven miles (11 km) south of the central business district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It has been the world's busiest airport by passenger traffic since 1998, and by number of landings and take-offs since 2005. Hartsfield–Jackson held its ranking as the world's busiest airport in 2012, both in passengers and number of flights, by accommodating 95 million passengers (more than 260,000 passengers daily) and 950,119 flights. Many of the nearly one million flights are domestic flights from within the United States, where Atlanta serves as a major hub for travel throughout the Southeastern United States. The airport has 207 domestic and international gates. Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines and is the primary hub of Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection partner ExpressJet; at nearly 1,000 flights a day, the Delta hub is the world's largest airline hub Delta Air Lines flew 59.01% of passengers from the airport in February 2011, AirTran flew 17.76%, and ExpressJet flew 13.86%. In addition to hosting Delta's corporate headquarters, Hartsfield–Jackson is also the home of Delta's Technical Operations Center, which is the airline's primary maintenance, repair and overhaul arm. The airport has international service to North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa. As an international gateway to the United States, Hartsfield–Jackson ranks sixth. (Courtesy Wikipedia) Requirements: - OpenSceneryX II - Don't use with Global Scenery or disable it in the .ini file.
  13. Version 1.0

    69 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his Czech Airlines fictional livery, using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  14. Version 2.0

    304 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Freddy De Pues from NAPS, Kona International At Keahole Airport (PHKO) in HD quality. Exclusive screenshots can be found at ASN. The team consist of: - Freddy De Pues (frede), apt.dat, dsf, traffic, orthos, customized buidings. - Marc Leydecker, Library. Exclusive property of Marc Leydecker. The airport comes with the following features: - Customized buildings + OpenScenery. - ATC traffic Background Airport Information: Kona International at Keahole Airport covers 2,700 acres (1,100 ha) at an elevation of 47 feet (14 m) above mean sea level. It has one asphalt runway, 17/35, 11,000 by 150 feet (3,353 x 46 m). The state government of Hawaiʻi facility operates a runway and a terminal complex of single story buildings along the eastern edge of the airfield for passengers, air cargo and mail, airport support, and general aviation. Kona International is the only remaining major airport in the Hawaiian Islands where a mobile ramp is used to plane and deplane passengers. Kona International sees daily 717, 737, 757, 767, and 777 aircraft, as well as smaller inter-island aircraft, and general private aviation. The airport terminal is a rambling, open-air set of structures. Long after other airports in Hawaiʻi converted their terminals to multi-story buildings with automated jetway systems, Hawaiian Airlines could still utilize their DC-9 fleet's tailcone exits at Kailua-Kona. An environmental impact statement was prepared in 2005 to add a second runway. The United States Air Force investigated building a second 3,950 ft (1,200 m) runway in 2009. This would be used for practicing landing C-17 military cargo planes on a short runway.[12] Although the 11,000 ft (3,353 m) runway allows flights to Japan and Chicago, it is the only major airport in Hawaii with a single runway. (Courtesy of Wikipedia) Thank you freeware and donation ware librarians.
  15. Version 1.1

    251 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Freddy De Pues from NAPS, Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport (KSRQ) in HD quality. Exclusive screenshots can be found at ASN. The team consist of: - Freddy De Pues (frede), apt.dat, dsf, traffic, orthos, customized buidings. - Marc Leydecker, Library. Exclusive property of Marc Leydecker. - Fabrice Kauffmann, F-35B static aircraft library. Exclusive property of Fabrice Kauffmann. The airport features: - Customized buildings + OpenScenery - USGS orthoimagery with gritting textures, polygons follow airport boundaries. Empirical placement of JP2 tiles. - Optimized polys and objects for better FPS. - Airport integrated in existing scenery & road network, detailed roadways, taxiways, centerlines, pavement signage, signage, equipment, sim's integration, landscaping, lights, 3D people, animations, etc. - Autogate - ATC traffic Background airport information: Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport (IATA: SRQ[2], ICAO: KSRQ, FAA LID: SRQ) is a public airport in Sarasota County (terminal) and Manatee County (airfield), Florida. Owned by the Sarasota Manatee Airport Authority, it is three miles north of Sarasota (Sarasota County)[1] and six miles south of Bradenton (Manatee County). The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 called it a primary commercial service airport since it has over 10,000 passenger boardings per year. Federal Aviation Administration records say the airport had 657,157 enplanements in calendar year 2011, 2% less than in 2010. Most airlines refer to the airport on destination maps and flight status displays as just "Sarasota", as that is the more widely known city. The airport is referred to locally as "SRQ" (the airport code). Much of the airport's airline service occurs during winter and spring, as the area is a popular tourist destination and home for snowbirds during winter and spring. The airport's IATA airport code, "SRQ", is used as a shorthand nickname for the city of Sarasota and Sarasota area in general, as exemplified by media outlets like SRQ Magazine, WSRQ radio, and numerous local businesses in the area that include SRQ in their names. (Courtesy of Wikipedia) Thank you freeware and donation ware librarians. Thanks Mow My XP, People by Altair, Tacan by JP.
  16. Version 1.1

    100 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Freddy De Pues from NAPS, Mobile Regional (KMOB). ​Background information KMOB: Mobile Regional Airport (IATA: MOB, ICAO: KMOB, FAA LID: MOB) is a public and military use airport located 11 nautical miles (20 km) west of Mobile, a city in Mobile County, Alabama, United States. It is near Pascagoula, Mississippi. The airport, owned and operated by the Mobile Airport Authority] is an independent, self-funded entity that receives no local tax dollars. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a primary commercial service airport. As per Federal Aviation Administration records, the airport had 286,956 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2008,[3] 280,491 enplanements in 2009, and 277,232 in 2010. The airport is also home to U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Training Center Mobile, providing advanced training to U.S. Coast Guard pilots and aircrew in HH-65 Dolphin and HH-60 Jayhawk helicopters as well as HU-25 Guardian jets and HC-144 Ocean Sentry turboprop aircraft. The Alabama Army National Guard's 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment's "B" Company is also located at the airport. United Airlines via United Express previously served Mobile from its hubs in Chicago (ORD) and Washington D.C. (IAD). However, following the September 11, 2001 attacks, United canceled all service and withdrew from Mobile. United Express has since reinstated nonstop service to Chicago and also flies nonstop to Houston (IAH) following the merger of United with Continental Airlines. Regional jets are operated on all United Express flights serving Mobile. In 2006 Delta Air Lines dropped several flights from Mobile and Continental Airlines added flights. In December 2006 Delta had six weekday flights to Atlanta and one to its Cincinnati hub. Delta ended service to Cincinnati on December 12, 2006. American Airlines restored flights to Chicago (ORD) in April 2007 but ended them in September 2008. Flights to Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) continue on its American Eagle regional airline affiliate via the use of Embraer ERJ regional jet aircraft. In 2010 Northwest Airlines merged into Delta Air Lines. Northwest had operated nonstops from Mobile to its hub in Memphis (MEM); those flights ended following the merger with Delta. After its merger with Continental Airlines in 2012 United Airlines (via its United Express regional affiliate operated by Express Jet) resumed flights to its hub in Houston (IAH), seven weekday flights. United Express also resumed service to the United hub in Chicago (ORD) on April 9, 2013. US Airways via its US Airways Express affiliates continue nonstop flights to the US Airways hub in Charlotte (CLT). (Courtesy of Wikipedia) Mobile Downtown: I had a good time creating the USCG school. Hans did a great job with the terminal. Acknowledgements: OpenSceneryX II, Ben Supnik and RuScenery
  17. Version 3.01

    1017 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Freddy De Pues from NAPS, NAS Pensacola Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA) in HD quality. A comprehensive review can be found at ASN. APA 42 TS file: this file eliminates an unnecessary rotating beacon. Background information KIAH: George Bush Intercontinental Airport, (IATA: IAH, ICAO: KIAH, FAA LID: IAH)[3] is a Class B international airport in Houston, Texas serving the Greater Houston metropolitan area, the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the United States. Located about 23 miles (37 km) north of Downtown Houston,[3] between Interstate 45 and Interstate 69/U.S. Highway 59, George Bush Intercontinental Airport has scheduled flights to domestic and international destinations. The airport is named after George H. W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States. George Bush Intercontinental Airport served 40,187,442 passengers[5] in 2011 making the airport the tenth busiest for total passengers in North America. In 2006, the airport was named the fastest-growing of the top ten airports in the United States by the United States Department of Transportation. Houston Bush Intercontinental is the largest passenger carrying hub for United Airlines carrying 16.6 million passengers annually with an average of 45,413 passengers daily. The airport also serves as focus city for Spirit Airlines. The site for Bush Intercontinental Airport was originally purchased by a group of Houston businessmen in 1957 to preserve the site until the city of Houston could formulate a plan for a second airport, supplanting what was then known as Houston Municipal Airport (later renamed William P. Hobby Airport). The holding company for the land was named the Jet Era Ranch Corporation, but a typographical error transformed the words "Jet Era" into "Jetero" and the airport site subsequently became known as the Jetero airport site. Although the name Jetero was no longer used in official planning documents after 1961, the eastern entrance to the airport was named Jetero Boulevard. Most of Jetero Boulevard was subsequently renamed Will Clayton Parkway. The City of Houston annexed the Bush Airport area in 1965. This annexation, along with the 1965 annexations of the Bayport area, the Fondren Road area, and an area west of Sharpstown, resulted in a total gain of 51,251 acres (20,741 ha) of land for the city limits. George Bush Intercontinental Airport served 40,187,442 passengers[5] in 2011 making the airport the 10th busiest for total passengers in North America. IAH is the 7th largest international passenger gateway in the US[3] and the 7th busiest airport in the world for total aircraft movements. In 2006, the United States Department of Transportation named George Bush Intercontinental Airport the fastest growing of the top ten airports in the United States.[24] The Houston Airport System (HAS) states that the airport's service area includes the following Greater Houston counties: Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, and Waller. The airport currently ranks fourth in the United States for non-stop domestic and international service with 182 destinations and about 45 percent of the airport's passengers begin or terminate (O&D) their journey at the airport. Bush Intercontinental ranks first among the major United States airports with the highest on-time performance, according to a 2010 United States Department of Transportation report. As of 2007, with 31 destinations in Mexico, the airport offers service to more Mexican destinations than any other United States airport. The Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center, located on the airport grounds at 16600 JFK Boulevard, serves as the region's ARTCC. The HAS administrative offices are also on the airport property. (Courtesy of Wiki) First Airport with Cami De Bellis. Acknowledgements: OpenSceneryX II, Ben Supnik, Marc Leydecker Libraries, RuScenery, Cami De Bellis library
  18. Version 1.0

    172 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Freddy De Pues from NAPS, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl Airport (KATL) in HD quality. Background airport information: Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (IATA: ATL, ICAO: KATL, FAA LID: ATL), known locally as Atlanta Airport, Hartsfield, or Hartsfield–Jackson, is located seven miles (11 km) south of the central business district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It has been the world's busiest airport by passenger traffic since 1998, and by number of landings and take-offs since 2005. Hartsfield–Jackson held its ranking as the world's busiest airport in 2012, both in passengers and number of flights, by accommodating 95 million passengers (more than 260,000 passengers daily) and 950,119 flights. Many of the nearly one million flights are domestic flights from within the United States, where Atlanta serves as a major hub for travel throughout the Southeastern United States. The airport has 207 domestic and international gates. Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines and is the primary hub of Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection partner ExpressJet; at nearly 1,000 flights a day, the Delta hub is the world's largest airline hub Delta Air Lines flew 59.01% of passengers from the airport in February 2011, AirTran flew 17.76%, and ExpressJet flew 13.86%. In addition to hosting Delta's corporate headquarters, Hartsfield–Jackson is also the home of Delta's Technical Operations Center, which is the airline's primary maintenance, repair and overhaul arm.[11] The airport has international service to North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa. As an international gateway to the United States, Hartsfield–Jackson ranks sixth. The airport is located mostly in unincorporated areas in Fulton and Clayton counties. However, the airport spills into the city limits of Atlanta, College Park and Hapeville. The airport's domestic terminal is served by MARTA's Red/Gold rail line. Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal In July 2003, former Atlanta mayor Shirley Franklin announced a new terminal to be named for Maynard H. Jackson, Jr.. The new international terminal would be built on the east side of the airport near International Concourse E, on a site that had been occupied by air cargo facilities and the midfield control tower. It has added twelve new gates able to hold wide-body jets, which can be converted to sixteen narrow-body gates, as well as new check-in desks and a baggage claim area solely for international carriers. Additionally, the international terminal has its own parking lot just for international passengers with over 1,100 spaces. Arriving international passengers whose final destination is Atlanta are able to keep possession of their luggage as they proceed to exit the airport. The new terminal is connected to Concourse E by the tram and also has ground transportation access via I-75.[39] The new terminal was slated to open in 2006; however, time and cost overruns led former Airport General Manager Ben DeCosta to cancel the design contract in August 2005. The next day, the architect sued the airport claiming "fraud" and "bad faith", blaming the airport authority for the problems. In early 2007, the General Manager awarded a new design contract on the new international terminal to Atlanta Gateway Designers (AGD). Construction began in the summer of 2008. Estimates place the terminal's cost at $1.4 billion and it opened on May 16, 2012. The first departure was Delta Flight #295 to Tokyo–Narita, with the first arrival being Delta Flight #177 from Dublin. Accommodating the A380: In addition to the terminal that will expand international operations at the airport, sections of some midfield taxiways have been widened from 145 feet (44.2 m) to 162 feet (49.4 m) and a section of Runway 27R has been widened from 220 feet (67.1 m) to 250 feet (76.2m) in order to accommodate Airbus A380 operations at the airport. Air France is considering whether they will commence A380 service from Atlanta, and Korean Air began daily service from Atlanta to Seoul on September 1, 2013.[42][43] Additionally, two adjacent gates on Concourse E, Gates E1 and E3, have been retrofitted to allow lower-level boarding from one gate and upper-level boarding from the other, allowing for quick boarding and the facilitation of passengers to other connecting flights around the airport. (Courtesy of Wikipedia) Cami De Bellis collaborated to the project, this was her last involvment in XP. The airport is unfinished in v1.0. Acknowledgements: European Vehicles Library and Uwe Speed.
  19. Version 4.0

    206 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Freddy De Pues from NAPS, EGLIN AFB / NorthWest Florida Beaches Airport (KVPS). A comprehensive review can be found at ASN. The NAPS team consist of: - Freddy De Pues (frede), USA, apt.dat, dsf, traffic, orthos. - Hans H Gindra (Wheelie), Germany, customized buildings. - Marc Leydecker, Library. - Cami De Bellis, Library. - Brian Godwin, ATC. - Fabrice Kauffmann, static aircraft. The airport comes with the following features: - Customized buildings + OpenScenery - USGS orthoimagery with gritting textures, polygons follow airport boundaries - Optimized polys and objects for better FPS. - Airport integrated in existing scenery & road network, detailed roadways, taxiways, centerlines, pavement signage, signage, equipment, sim's integration, landscaping, lights, etc. - Autogate - ATC traffic - Ground Traffic Sections included: - NorthWest Florida Regional Airport, civil facility - Eglin AFB, West - Eglin AFB, East - Helos Training Area (fictive) - Hot Cargo Area - Fuel Areas - Armament Museum Recommendations when it comes to hardware: - For high end computers. What else? This scenery uses RUscenery, CDB library and will only work in XP 10. Make sure you only have this instance of KVPS running at this time. If something goes wrong, read the log.text file in your X-Plane 10 folder and try to find anything pertaining to KVPS. You might find something like : KVPS could not find X in Y library, get the recommended library, that's it. If you have the library and something is still missing, do some homework. Ignore AGtrees error reports. Background information Northwest Florida Regional Airport: (IATA: VPS, ICAO: KVPS, FAA LID: VPS) is an airport within Eglin Air Force Base, near Valparaiso and Fort Walton Beach in Okaloosa County, Florida. No private aircraft are allowed, so Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport is used for non-commercial operations. The airport was called Okaloosa Regional Airport until September 2008. Northwest Florida Regional Airport is served by the regional airline affiliates of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and US Airways which fly nonstop regional jets to hubs in the southern and eastern United States. Delta Air Lines mainline jets also fly to its hub in Atlanta. In 2008 the FAA recorded over 373,808 enplanements at the airport. Northwest Florida Regional Airport and Eglin AFB share two runways: 12/30 is 12,005 x 300 ft (3,659 x 91 m) asphalt/concrete and 1/19 is 10,012 x 300 ft (3,052 x 91 m) asphalt. In the year ending March 31, 2006 the airport had 126,060 aircraft operations, average 345 per day: 71% military, 19% airline, 8% general aviation and 2% air taxi. The airport has a 110,000 ft² passenger terminal with three second-level gates with passenger jet ways and three ground-level commuter gates with regional jet boarding bridges The terminal is a two-level, 107,000 square foot facility opened in November 2004. The old terminal building was demolished soon after. The terminal has areas for ticketing and baggage claim and upper and lower courses with gates. The first level has Gates A1, A2, and A3 and waiting areas and concessions. The second-level concourse has Gates B1, B2, and B3 and a restaurant and concession areas. The terminal was designed to allow future expansion. The Northwest Florida Regional Airport Master Plan Update says a project to extend the concourse 120 feet and add three gates is under consideration (2010). Access to the terminal is off of State Road 85. Parking facilities are to the left, the terminal or loop is straight ahead and rental car return is to the right. The airport loop road has two pass-through lanes on the left and three arrival-departure lanes in front of the terminal. The loop road is a two-lane asphalt roadway about ¾ mile long. Short-term and long-term parking facilities are available. The parking facilities were improved in the early 2000s as part of the new terminal expansion. These were designed with the Transportation Security Administration's "300-foot rule" in mind, and satisfy the 300-foot distance between parked vehicles and the terminal building. Okaloosa County owns and operates the airport terminal, which is on 131 acres of Eglin AFB property that is lease from the U.S. Department of the Air Force. The property is leased until 2031 and limits aircraft operations at 80 per day. It is unique in that the county staffs the airport, yet it leases the property from the USAF. Okaloosa County Commission serves as a policy board and hires the airport staff. Eglin Air Force Base (AFB) (IATA: VPS, ICAO: KVPS, FAA LID: VPS) is a United States Air Force base located approximately 3 miles (5 kilometers) southwest of Valparaiso, Florida in Okaloosa County. The host unit at Eglin is the 96th Test Wing (formerly the 96th Air Base Wing).[citation needed] The 96 TW is the test and evaluation center for Air Force air-delivered weapons, navigation and guidance systems, Command and Control systems, and Air Force Special Operations Command systems. Eglin AFB was established in 1935 as the Valparaiso Bombing and Gunnery Base. It is named in honor of Lieutenant Colonel Frederick I. Eglin (1891–1937), who was killed in a crash of his Northrop A-17 pursuit aircraft on a flight from Langley to Maxwell Field, Alabama. Eglin is an Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) base serving as the focal point for all Air Force armaments. Eglin is responsible for the development, acquisition, testing, deployment and sustainment of all air-delivered non-nuclear weapons. The base plans, directs and conducts test and evaluation of U.S. and allied air armament, navigation and guidance systems, and command and control systems. Severe weather testing of aircraft and other equipment is carried out here at the McKinley Climatic Laboratory. The residential portion of the base is a census-designated place; its population was 8,082 at the 2000 census. Eglin Air Force Base has 2,359 military family housing units. Unmarried junior enlisted members generally live in one of Eglin's seven dormitories located near the dining hall, chapel, base gym, Enlisted Club and bus lines on base. Each individual unit generally handles dormitory assignments. Bachelor Officer Quarters are not available. Several units and one dormitory are currently being renovated in 2011. The base covers 463,128 acres (1,874.2 km²). (Courtesy of Wikipedia) About the modelled airport EGLIN AFB: This airport is made for at least very high resolution, gazillions of objects, roads, and forests. This is one of the most detailed airports in the history of XP10, you will see your mother at the kiss-and-go. Acknowledgements: - Autogate, Marginal - Marc Leydecker's Library - Flags of the World, Real Flag II, Mr3D - OpenScenery, Ground Traffic, Marginal - Follow Me Truck, Cami De Bellis - Mow My X-Plane, by Simon W - USAF vehicles, David Austin - Static Mil Aircraft, ThePrivateer - Concrete Barrier (Military Fortifications), Michael Hoge - Palm Trees, Dieter Rozenkrans (Mallorca 8.0) - F-35B ai, Fabrice Kaufman - Helipad Dolly, by AH-1ZVIPER - UH-60, hypersonic test pilot - People, Altair43 - RUscenery, X-Air.ru - WED 1.2, Ben Supnik, Christiano Maggi - XPL TaxiSign Generator & Viewer, X-Design CSD
  20. Version 5.0

    168 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you on behalf of Freddy De Pues from NAPS, NAS Pensacola Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA) in HD quality. A comprehensive review can be found at ASN. The NAPS team consist of: - Freddy De Pues (frede), USA, apt.dat, dsf, traffic, orthos. - Hans H Gindra (Wheelie), Germany, customized buildings. - Marc Leydecker, Library. - Cami De Bellis, Library. - Brian Godwin, ATC. - Fabrice Kauffmann, static aircraft. The airport comes with the following features: - Customized buildings + OpenScenery - USGS orthoimagery with gritting textures, polygons follow airport boundaries - Optimized polys and objects for better FPS. - Airport integrated in existing scenery & road network, detailed roadways, taxiways, centerlines, pavement signage, signage, equipment, sim's integration, landscaping, lights, etc. - Autogate - ATC traffic - Ground Traffic Background information KNPA: Naval Air Station Pensacola or NAS Pensacola (IATA: NPA, ICAO: KNPA, FAA LID: NPA) (formerly NAS/KNAS until changed circa 1970 to allow Nassau International Airport, now Lynden Pindling International Airport, to have IATA code NAS), "The Cradle of Naval Aviation", is a United States Navy base located next to Warrington, Florida, a community southwest of the Pensacola city limits. It is best known as the initial primary training base for all Navy, Marine and Coast Guard aviators and Naval Flight Officers, the advanced training base for most Naval Flight Officers, and as the home base for the United States Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the precision-flying team known as the Blue Angels. Because of contamination by heavy metals and other hazardous materials during this history, it is designated as a Superfund site needing environmental cleanup. The air station also hosts the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) and the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI), which provides training for all naval flight surgeons, aviation physiologists, and aviation experimental psychologists. With the closure of Naval Air Station Memphis in Millington, Tennessee and the transition of that facility to Naval Support Activity Mid-South, NAS Pensacola also became home to the Naval Air Technical Training Center (NATTC), providing technical training schools for nearly all enlisted aircraft maintenance and enlisted aircrew specialties in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard. NAS Pensacola contains Forrest Sherman Field, home of Training Air Wing SIX, providing undergraduate flight training for all prospective Naval Flight Officers for the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps, and flight officers/navigators for other NATO/Allied/Coalition partners. TRAWING SIX consists of the Training Squadron 4 (VT-4) Warbucks, Training Squadron 10 (VT-10) Wildcats and Training Squadron 86 (VT-86) Sabrehawks, flying the T-45C Goshawk, T-6A Texan II and T-39 Sabreliner aircraft. A select number of prospective U.S. Air Force Navigator/Combat Systems Officers, destined for certain fighter and bomber aircraft, were previously trained via TRAWING SIX, with command of VT-10 rotating periodically to a USAF officer. Today, all USAF Undergraduate CSO Training (UCSOT) for all USAF aircraft is consolidated at NAS Pensacola as a strictly USAF organization and operation under the 479th Flying Training Group (479 FTG), an Air Education and Training Command (AETC) unit. The 479 FTG is a tenant activity at NAS Pensacola and a geographically separated unit (GSU) of the 12th Flying Training Wing (12 FTW) at Randolph AFB, Texas. The 479 FTG operates USAF T-6A Texan II and T-1A Jayhawk aircraft. Other tenant activities include the United States Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, flying F/A-18 Hornets and a single USMC KC-130F Hercules; and the 2nd German Air Force Training Squadron USA (German: 2. Deutsche Luftwaffenausbildungsstaffel USA – abbreviated "2. DtLwAusbStff"). A total of 131 aircraft operate out of Sherman Field, generating 110,000 flight operations each year. The National Naval Aviation Museum (formerly known as the National Museum of Naval Aviation), the Pensacola Naval Air Station Historic District, the National Park Service-administered Fort Barrancas and its associated Advance Redoubt, and the Pensacola Lighthouse and Museum (see Pensacola Light) are all located at NAS Pensacola, as well as Barrancas National Cemetery. The site now occupied by NAS Pensacola has been controlled by varying nations. In 1559, Spanish explorer Don Tristan de Luna founded a colony on Santa Rosa Island, considered the first European settlement of the Pensacola area. The Spanish built the wooden Fort San Carlos de Austria on this bluff in 1697-1698. Although besieged by Indians in 1707, the fort was not taken. Spain was competing in North America with the French, who settled lower Louisiana and the Illinois Country and areas to the North. The French destroyed this fort when they captured Pensacola in 1719. After Great Britain defeated the French in the Seven Years' War and exchanging some territory with Spain, British colonists took over this site and West Florida in 1763. In 1781, as an ally of the American rebels during the American Revolutionary War, the Spanish captured Pensacola. Britain ceded West Florida to Spain following the war. The Spanish completed the fort San Carlos de Barrancas in 1797.[2][3] Barranca is a Spanish word for bluff, the natural terrain feature that makes this location ideal for the fortress. Pensacola was taken by General Andrew Jackson in November 1814 during the War of 1812 between Great Britain and the United States. British forces destroyed Fort San Carlos as they swept through the area. The Spanish remained in control of the region until 1821, when the Adams-Onís Treaty confirmed the purchase of Spanish Florida by the United States, and Spain ceded this territory to the US. In 1825, the US designated this area for the Pensacola Navy Yard was designated and Congress appropriated $6,000 for a lighthouse. Operational that year, it "is said to be haunted by a light keeper murdered by his wife."[4] Fort Barrancas was rebuilt, 1839-1844, the U.S. Army deactivating it on 15 April 1947. Designated a National Historic Site (NHL) in 1960, control of the site was transferred to the National Park Service in 1971. After extensive restoration during 1971-1980, Fort Barrancas was opened to the public. It has a visitor's center. (Courtesy of WikiPedia) NAS Pensacola is one of my favorite destinations! Acknowledgements: OpenSceneryX II, Ben Supnik, Marc Leydecker Libraries, RuScenery
  21. Version 1.0

    109 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his fictional livery he created as a new retro livery for Lufthansa D-ABYT, using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  22. Version 1.0

    469 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to publish, on behalf of Kostas D. Koronakis, his fictional livery he created of a real DHL Cargo plane (D-DHLG), using Supercritical Simulation Group’s 747-8 model. He would like to thank his friend at Supercritical Simulation Group, Stefan Keller for his support and help. With greetings, Kostas D. Koronakis (kdkoronakis@yahoo.com)
  23. Version 1.01

    710 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you, in consult with and his approval of Org user MisterX6, his very well modeled Los Angeles international airport (KLAX). KLAX Airport features: - Photoreal scenery for the area surrounding the airport - Detailed rendition of Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX)- Animated 3D people - Animated airport vehicles - Accurate airport layout - Custom models for terminals and hangars - Custom high resolution taxiway and runway textures - Moving jetways and marshallers - X-Plane 10 HDR night lighting - Custom static aircraft with updated liveries Requirements: - X-Plane 10.30 (might work on older X-Plane 10 versions, not tested. X-Plane 9 not supported.) - (Optional) Java 8 to run the configuration tool - (Optional) AutoGate by marginal for the moving jetways - (Optional) Alpilotx HD Mesh V3 Installation: Move the two folders to “X-Plane 10/Custom Scenery/" and you’re done! No third party libraries required! Configuration: I’ve included a small program that allows you to tweak a few options, to increase performance or to remove static aircraft for online flying. You need at least Java 8 to run it. It has only been tested with Windows. You can start it by double clicking the "Configurator.jar" file. Please note that you should not modify any file or folder names for this utility to run properly. If the program doesn’t work for some reason, you can also manually copy the files from the “Configurator” subfolder to turn off runway textures and/or static aircraft. Credits and programs used: - AutoGate and GroundTraffic by marginal [*]- GetGT from http://www.opalsky.com.au/ [*]- WED 1.31 and X-Plane 10 by Laminar Research [*]- Blender 2.71 by the Blender Foundation [*]- Ortho imagery by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Donations: If you like my work, you can support me by making a donation. Donating is 100% optional, but greatly appreciated! And therefore, here's the donation link Licenses: USGS-authored or produced data and information are considered to be in the U.S. public domain. Credit: U.S. Geological Survey Department of the Interior/USGS U.S. Geological Survey (http://www.usgs.gov/laws/info_policies.html) One or more textures in this airport have been created with images from CGTextures.com. These images may not be redistributed by default. Please visit http://www.cgtextures.com for more information. You may not redistribute this scenery package! Enjoy!
  24. Version 1.0

    34 downloads

    An enhanced screenshot utility plug-in for X-Plane 10. Mac OS X only (at this time)! Featuring: Date and time recorded as part of the file name Location of the aircraft recorded as part of the file name If Exiftool is present the location will be embedded in the image meta data Jpeg format (.jpg) Mac OS X only Requirements: Mac OS X FlyWithLua Best when X-Plane is running in full screen mode. betterScreenshot will capture your entire desktop Installation: For full details read the INSTALLATION.txt file Brief directions are: Copy the betterScreenshot.lua file to your FlyWithLua/Scripts directory Associate a key, key combination, yoke or joystick button with FlyWithLua > betterScreenshot > Capture
  25. Version 1.04

    138 downloads

    Aerosoft is pleased to offer you from SSG team member and graphics specialist Greenlock GT a SSG Boeing 747-8 special Qatar Amiri Flight VIP livery. Qatar Amiri Flight is a VIP airline owned and operated by the government of Qatar. It operates worldwide charters on demand and caters exclusively to the royal family of Qatar and other VIP government staff. The vast majority of its fleet is painted in the standard livery of the commercial flag carrier of Qatar, Qatar Airways. With Greetings, Greenock GT
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