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  1. Hello Domm, here is a picture of how it looks on one of my repaints: As Michael says, you basically have to bridge the gap between the rudder and the vertical stabilizer. Greetings Tim
  2. Hello Michael, thanks a lot for the explanation! I would have preferred it if the FSX model would use the global environment map as well. But I understand that this is a design decision and mainly a matter of taste. Greetings Tim
  3. Hello Michael, thanks for your help! It looks better now but still not the way it should look. I made a gif that will show you what I mean. Both pictures are from FSX. The only difference is that I used the FSX exterior model for one picture and the P3Dv4 exterior model for the other picture: As you can see there is a significant difference between these models with regard to the amount of the reflectivity. It would be great if you could adapt the FSX model so that it looks the same as the P3Dv4 model looks in FSX. Thanks and Greetings Tim
  4. Hi Michael, first of all, thank you very much for the FSX version! While checking if my repaints are working fine with the FSX version, I noticed that the exterior model has almost no reflections. It looks as if the alpha channel is ignored by the exterior model. For a test I copied the exterior model of the P3Dv4 version into FSX and the reflections were back. Maybe you could take a look if there is an error in the FSX exterior model. Thanks a lot Greetings Tim
  5. There was indeed an issue with the installer. But it is all solved now Greetings Tim
  6. Thanks for your reply! Yes, I'm absolutely sure that I entered everything correctly. I tried it again with the P3Dv4 installer and it worked right away. I bought the DC-8 from Just Flight so maybe that could be the issue. I've contacted their support and hope that they can help me out. Greetings Tim
  7. Hi, first of all thank you very much for the FSX version of the DC-8! I just downloaded the installer but I always get the "wrong serial number/email" error message. It's the exact same serial number that worked well with the P3Dv4 installer. So I was wondering if there is maybe a problem with the FSX installer? Greetings Tim
  8. My 10th and final repaint for now Pan American World Airways Douglas DC-8 (N800PA) Greetings Tim
  9. Version 1.1.0

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    Pan American World Airways Douglas DC-8 "N800PA", a Douglas DC-8-33, was delivered to Pan Am in 1961. After a short periode with Pan Am "N800PA" was sold to Pan Am's Brazilian affiliate Panair do Brasil. This is a repaint for the excellent Aerosoft Douglas DC-8. Installation instructions are included.
  10. As already mentioned, this repaint is only semi-realistic as the NASA DC-8 is a 60 model. However, the livery looks quite good on the 50 model as well NASA Douglas DC-8 (N817NA) Greetings Tim
  11. Version 1.1.0

    194 downloads

    NASA Douglas DC-8 "Airborne Laboratory", registry N817NA, is located at Dryden Flight Research Center, California, USA. This is a repaint for the excellent Aerosoft Douglas DC-8. Installation instructions are included.
  12. Thanks a lot for the great feedback! I appreciate it a lot Air Canada is now finished as well: Air Canada Douglas DC-8 (CF-TII) Greetings Tim
  13. Version 1.1.0

    222 downloads

    Air Canada Douglas DC-8 "CF-TII" flew for Air Canada from 1968 until 1980. This is a repaint for the excellent Aerosoft Douglas DC-8. Installation instructions are included.
  14. Haha! Yes, it was good timing that the DC-8 was released the week where I have some spare time Today's livery: Japan Air Lines Douglas DC-8 (JA8007) Greetings Tim
  15. Version 1.1.0

    197 downloads

    Japan Air Lines Douglas DC-8 "JA8007" entered service with Japan Air Lines in March 1963. It was leased to Japan Asia Airways in 1972 and finally sold to Overseas National Airways in 1981. This is a repaint for the excellent Aerosoft Douglas DC-8. Installation instructions are included.
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