Currently I am working on two new tiles.
The imaging is very time consuming because the sources are covered with clouds and the quality is (both sources) not really at an optimum.
Cultivation and basic aerodrome files (tsc) are done, one ortho scenery is currently compiling, working on the second tile. Open is the elevation and documentation. I guess these two packages will be done this year.
Yes... seat belt is tight with the parashut on.
Aaaah… found it.. Using the mouse wheel like in pure 2d is doing the trick. XD
I am streaming my aerobatic flights under VR conditions. For this I am using the "Show native view on main monitor" option.
This is perfect for streaming beside it shows only a small area of what I can see under VR.
Can I widen the angle of view a bit for this native view?
In the main.mcf I can see the section
But without any other parameters.
I don't want to change anything in my VR View. So changing the "Scale Factor" in the Virtual Reality devices configuration window is not a solution.
Any ideas how to do this?
Just move around 10:00 to see the effect:
Sorry, Sir. I am busy as hell.
I think there is still no official paint-kit.
But at https://flight-sim.org/ you can find my livery as well as my sources for the livery. It was kind of hard to figure out the textures but it was worth the work, I think.
I have no pilot license. But I am real world aerobatic judge.
Until now I only fly classic virtual aerobatics. This is my first try to do a full freestyle program, after learning some single freestyle figures. There are some things not working as planned, but sssshhht.
Only the livery is my own, no other modifications.
Thank you, IPACS, for this wonderful simulator with the unbelievable flight dynamic and especially to the designers of this beautiful plane. ❤
Ooookey… this explains a lot…
One addon question: What is the efficient way to find out the install place of aerofly fs 2 programmatically?
Really nice... I HAD to do it.
Can you compile the toc files? The scenery would work a bit more smooth.
Of cause the link is still active after reboot.
In between we all known the extra_user_folder tweak to move sceneries away from the c:\users\[user]\documents.... drive.
But what happens, if this drive is also full?
I tried it with normal links from one directory to the other, this does not work.
But windows know since Win7 another possibility: symlinks.
With these windows thinks the linked place is a part of the same harddrive.
And this works with aerofly fs 2!
My addon folder is here:
D:\Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator Addons\
Here I have the szenery Tanzania that I just move (not copy) to a different harddrive.
D:\Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator Addons\scenery\Tanzania
Then I open the command line (cmd) and enter:
mklink /J "D:\Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator Addons\scenery\tanzania" "Z:\Hardlinks\Tanzania"
After "enter" he build a "hard" link "Tanzania" in D:\Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator Addons\scenery\
it looks like a standard link in the file explorer.
Start Aerofly and you will see that the scenery still loads perfectly.
You can see a german explanation here:
or just search for mklink or symlink
What you describe here is the Steam add-on folder in the Steam version. It's works, but not suited for that purpose.
I simply want the same ADDON structure for the user-defined folder, in other words save AFS2 sceneries as complete add-ons at a user-defined location, e.g. a dedicated SSD
Anybody at IPACS could please check and reply?
Thank you in advance
Uhm... I do not have a steam version. Just the DVD version.