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  1. Just checking in Mathijs. Did you find out what happened to the Flaps and Gear bell for the OV-10? I've been flying it a lot lately as our Cal Fire heroes use the Bronco for aerial fire suppression coordination.
  2. I wondered if this is related to: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/130020-p3dv41-sound-problems/ ? I remember the flap retraction warning being distorted and then the program crashed. In earlier iterations in FSX and FSXSE the warning was very audible.
  3. Broncoflap.wav Is this the file for the warning bell for flap retraction? If so it seems to be mute to me.
  4. I seem to vaguely remember a hack to change the default VFR code in the Becker transponder from 7000 to 1200. Can somebody shoot me a link or remind me how it was done. I did mine in FSX back in the day but now I've upgraded to P3D V4 and it's back to the 7000 value.
  5. Since both files had the same name I just downloaded the most recent one. The last CAB file fixed the problem. Humbly suggest you include it in the installer package for other customers.
  6. Just the last file or both? Will try and report back to you.
  7. Same problem here. Win7Pro_64bit. I just installed P3D V4 for the first time on my computer. I re-downloaded Bronco X from PC Aviator. Installed from .exe installer as P3D V4. First takeoff as I raised the gear, the warning bell sounded funny. Kind of truncated and distorted. The screen image froze momentarily. Same thing happened with raising the flaps. A few seconds later, crash to desktop. I tried it again from three different airports, one default from ORBX, to see if that would make a difference but the same behaviour occurred. Error message reads as follows: Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: Prepar3D.exe Application Version: Application Timestamp: 5b2c3263 Fault Module Name: XAudio2_7.dll Fault Module Version: 9.29.1962.0 Fault Module Timestamp: 4c0643cc Exception Code: 80000003 Exception Offset: 000000000002b72c OS Version: 6.1.7601. Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: ff14 Additional Information 2: ff1462cabb05d91d3417992e2dd57936 Additional Information 3: 2d7d Additional Information 4: 2d7d70d36e848f16fae61b8710fddcf0 There is definitely a bug here. Would installing the Sys_Cab files referenced above help the problem??
  8. I'd be in for an upgrade at around 7 euro. Any flight modeling and turbine engine modeling improvements would be helpful. Maybe some of the work done on the new PC-6 engine would be helpful? I'd especially like to have an built-in Pilot/FO vocal checklist like the one done recently for the Manfred Jahn group Douglas_C-47_Beta_V3.14. It is charming and realistic and adds to the immersion. If freeware guys could do one this nice, I know it would be easy for the Aerosoft team to come up with one. Obie
  9. Welcome back Daniel!! Good to see you posting and painting again. You're a talented guy and a credit to the generousity of our hobby (passion).
  10. Excellent as well! This is my go-to aircraft for US pax charters. I have a round robin route set up in the California Channel Islands servicing Santa Rosa Adventure Packers (IRL BN2 Islanders) and Catalina and the Navy airfields. I also use it for service to my fantasy hideaway airstrip in the Sierras. Obie
  11. Any interest (other than me) in an Air America scheme for the venerable Twin Otter? http://www.utdallas.edu/library/specialcollections/hac/cataam/Leeker/aircraft/dhc6.pdf Obie
  12. Sad news. Best wishes for a successful recovery for Tony. How many "civilian" not counting governmental agencies Broncos are currently flying? Obie
  13. Oh yeah absolutely the Sherman Way tunnel. Also I forgot about the Condor Squadron (http://www.condorsquadron.org/Condor_Squadron/Home.html) on the West side of the runway they are a must!
  14. I'm sure the response will vary from organization to organization. However I used to work in films and well-known retailers would supply our prop and art departments with branded items they would like to expose to the moviegoers. Perhaps some of the best known examples of this type of exposure would be the BMW or Aston Martin automobiles, clothing, liquor, and Rolex watches for James Bond films. I was thinking that airport scenery could be rendered realistically by including the logos of aircraft manufacturers and petroleum companies or other aviation related businesses that actually exist. How much they might pay for this (if any) would be uncertain. However if you could approach the product placement firm (sometimes they use outside entities http://www.la411.com...y-cid-50471.htm) and give them your approximate "viewership" (units sold of your previous products) perhaps they would be interested. If nothing else they could cooperate by supplying clearances, clean graphics and references. Aerosoft has a good product and reputation and, IMHO, it would be a short-sighted aviation related company that would turn down the exposure. Kind Regards, Obie311
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