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Hi Tomfa-18. If no one else has replied to your DR400 request, I'm sharing a link to some files for you.
Click the download button at the top to save as dr400.zip
Extract the files so they end up in folder C:\Users\YOURNAME\Documents\Aerofly FS 2\aircraft\dr400
I'll remove the share after a few days so you have time to download.
(Building the aircraft yourself should really only takes 2 or 3 steps but the instructions were not that clear.)
PS Don't mention in the forum that I shared files, as this is likely in breach of the license agreement. Of course this is a private share, not public, so ethically fine for this freely available aircraft.
I would first like to thank you very sincerely for this plane! I am very grateful to you! It is a real pleasure to have it now. I used this plane a lot with FSX in the past. Since I'm new to Aerofly, I still have not had enough time to learn about conversion, but I tried with SDK but without success? You can delete the link.
If I could make a donation for you via PayPal it is with great pleasure.
Another question: Do you have the opportunity to convert a plane for me if I send you the model? this is Thorn Hammer's Rafale FSX v.2.2 with the modification of the Fa-18 cocpit, since he did not have a VC at the base.
Let me know.
You're welcome. Sharing the files was no effort.
I'm afraid I can't help with converting models. I know nothing about that except that it is a big effort using the custom tools provided by IPAX and special knowledge about how the aircraft data is organized. The forum has some information about this and a few members are involved in aircraft assembly or conversion projects.
All the best!
I come back kindly to you, to ask you generously if you have a nice scene to share for me kind, Finland, Ireland, or possibly England? (Or what would you have)
Thank you for your reply.
I have not made any scenery to share. I just play the game a little and hope for more content in future.
I'd recommend trying some of the user made scenery from here:
And if you'd like to try making your own imagery (just ground texture) from google or bing maps, tinker with this tool:
AeroScenery Beta - Help With Testing Required
I really can't help with anything else. Please direct questions to the forum.