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Old 12 August 1999, 02:21 PM   #1
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Just in case any of you Red Baron 2/3D players out there don't know of my site, The Dawn Patrol Paintshop - http://jasta79b.future.easyspace.com - Now's the time to visit since I've just updated it, and it now contains over 130 schemes of mainly Allied types. New this update: Italian & Belgian Hanriots, Ansaldo SVA.5's and more!
 
Old 13 August 1999, 05:11 AM   #2
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Excellent! Did you post this over at Delphi?

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Old 13 August 1999, 06:24 PM   #3
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Vince, I've had a look and I like it, but please allow me one nit-pick. Your SVA has conventional interplane struts rather than the Warren truss type. If there ar good technical reasons why it has to be I withdraw my nit-pick without reservation. Nice work.

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Old 13 August 1999, 10:41 PM   #4
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Thanks for the favorable comments, guys. To answer your questions;

1) Drew - Yes, I have posted the message at Delphi, but it has now disappeared off the current message list - if no-one responds to the message they get dropped pretty quickly!

2) Peter - Yes, the struts are all wrong, but there is a genuine problem! The struts, and indeed the general shape of the aircraft, are 'Hard Coded' into the game and cannot be changed (Which is why no-one is producing realistic new aircraft). The SVA and Hanriot are 'suspension of disbelief' machines, in that I've tried to make them as realistic as possible (elevators, rudders and wings can be modified slightly in shape) within the limits of the game. It's a bit of a shame, because I'd like to do a Caproni but I can't!
 
Old 16 August 1999, 08:27 AM   #5
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Actually, Vince, the messages at Delphi only disappear for you after you've read them. They won't show up for you again until somebody posts, but the message will remain visible for somebody else until that person reads it.

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