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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby Sweetgrapes » Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:25 pm

Don`t forget to add the CRJ-900!
And if you are looking for canadian aircraft, then there is a Learjet 35 at unitedfreeworld. But unfortunately, it`s actually a Citation Bravo with the Learjet body on. You can see it when you open the door, the interior is the same and in the interior you can see the Bravo windows and the cockpit is the same.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:20 pm

Merci xiii,

Dans mon coin de pays c'est plutôt les chevreuils :wink:

I have had the chance to see the CL-215 and CL-415 in action up close...It is a truly impressive sight, especially the 415 with all that power coming from those turbo-props!!!

Are you from Provence???
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:22 pm

Hi Wingtipped,

I saw that the CRJ-900 was in development but is it ready yet??? For sure I will add it, just let me know where I can get the most up to date version :D
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby Sweetgrapes » Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:36 pm

Here it is.
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=9274&start=525
scroll down to get the non GIT version, if you don`t use GIT.
And when you load it at FGRun, it will give you an error, but ignore it.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Fri Feb 11, 2011 6:16 pm

The web site now has all the Canadian designed aircraft available that I found including the CRJ-900...I didn't put the Learjet yet because I haven't created a category for it or anything built by Short Brothers "Canadian Owned" :wink:
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Sun Feb 13, 2011 4:53 am

This message is for Quadunit404 & nickivika...Please let me know when the Dash 7 is done, I would love to include it in FlightGear Canada.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby skyop » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:08 am

Is it really right to just mindlessly re-upload all these aircraft, without adding basic information such as who spent all their time and effort to produce aircraft X? ;)

As for the CRJ900: I'd appreciate if you added the non-Git version AND the Git-only version, because the Git version has more features than the non-Git version that are pretty sweet and really make the -900 stand out from other FG regional jets. :) Also, a new version has been released, with improvements from our Polish friend Zbyszek.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:19 am

Hi Skyop,

My aim is to make all the Canadian designed aircraft available in one place...I do not want to take credit for anything that is not mine...But I have to start somewhere :wink:

As for GIT and non-GIT I'm still clueless... :oops: I'm still very new at this...What I want is to supply A/C to fans of FlightGear who don't need a degree in programming to try them.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby skyop » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:22 am

439Tiger wrote in Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:19 am:As for GIT and non-GIT I'm still clueless... :oops: I'm still very new at this...What I want is to supply A/C to fans of FlightGear who don't need a degree in programming to try them.


I understand that. What I'm saying is that you should at least supply the latest versions of the aircraft, with the maximum amount of features possible. Really, is it that hard to create two links, one that says "1.9.1/2.0.0" and another that says "Git"? You could even go the extra mile, put a *, and explain that Git is "the developer's version of FlightGear." In fact, Git is easier than ever to obtain with our new developer snapshots. The idea that it takes a master's degree in computer science just to download and use FlightGear Git is an outdated, stereotypical idea. :mrgreen:
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:29 am

If you send me the links I will gladly upload all the different versions on my file server. 8)


Please remember that I wrote this in my very first post about my web site

439Tiger wrote in Thu Feb 10, 2011 5:56 pm:Comments, Suggestions and Advice are welcomed
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby skyop » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:34 am

Check the latest post of the CRJ900 development thread.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Sun Feb 13, 2011 6:03 am

Hi skyop,

If you check my web site you will see that credit has been given to you for the development of the CRJ-900 and that the newest versions GIT & non-Git have been installed :wink:
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby skyop » Sun Feb 13, 2011 6:14 am

Thanks! Don't forget the other aircraft. The CRJ200 is by Nick Ivy (might wanna check for updates fairly often for this one- link to devel thread perhaps?), the DHC-8 is by MaverickAlex, and the DHC-6 is by Syd Adams. I'm not sure about the others.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby nickyivyca » Sun Feb 13, 2011 6:41 am

Don't forget to add Josh Wilson to the CRJ-200-he did all of the 3D work. And I should have a release that'll be good for a permanent link up soon.
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Re: A New Website for the FlightGear Community

Postby 439Tiger » Sun Feb 13, 2011 4:16 pm

Thak you for all your suggestions...The developpers' names that I have been made aware are now listed...I will research the other Aircraft and will add their developper's name as well as soon as I find them. I anybody knows them already please let me know, it will be faster :wink:
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