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Post by Filonian »

Hi All,

This appeared on Avsim this a.m.

crusader.zip

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Post by Tweek »

I wannit, I wannit! :yipeee:
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Post by Paul K »

Downloading it as we speak. Thanks Graham. :smile:
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Post by TobyV »

Anyone who hasnt seen it, watch the film "Thirteen Days". Its a good film about a very relevant part of recent history and features some great Crusader CGI scenes :smile:
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Post by TobyV »

I know I'm always plugging this but its a good film, found a clip here which shows some of the RF-8 scenes:

http://www.ussjpkennedyjr.org/qt_big.html
(Requires Quicktime player)
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Post by blanston12 »

Bye the way, I downloaded this AC and was very impressed, as I was with there earlier F4U Corsair. Despite the fact that the documentation is in French.
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Post by AndyG »

This has been discussed quite a bit at the Outhouse, it's well worth a trip over there to read what has been said.

They have come up with a fix for the afterburner 'problem' and there are links to some very nice repaints as well.

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Post by d0mokun »

AndyG wrote:This has been discussed quite a bit at the Outhouse, it's well worth a trip over there to read what has been said.

They have come up with a fix for the afterburner 'problem' and there are links to some very nice repaints as well.

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Do you have a link to the said post please Andy? I'm not a regular over at SoH so it's a nightmare to find anything.. :-({|=

Many thanks.

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Post by AndyG »

d0mokun wrote:
AndyG wrote:This has been discussed quite a bit at the Outhouse, it's well worth a trip over there to read what has been said.

They have come up with a fix for the afterburner 'problem' and there are links to some very nice repaints as well.

AndyG
Do you have a link to the said post please Andy? I'm not a regular over at SoH so it's a nightmare to find anything.. :-({|=

Many thanks.

Dan.
Dan, are you even allowed to look at this, seeing as it's not the A/S version? :lol: The threads below should give you what is needed.

http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/s ... hp?t=19193
http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/s ... hp?t=19292
http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/s ... hp?t=19454

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Post by d0mokun »

Many thanks for those Andy! Looks quite cool.

I wish someone would come up with A7 though..

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