FishermanIvan

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  1. The paintkit works just fine with the 1.1 release.
  2. It's a known issue, and they say they're working on a fix with LM. I find that zooming WAY in before you switch back to the cockpit eliminates this.
  3. Next question lol. Where would this location be located on the interior textures?!
  4. The model looks so good, and I've been part of an online airline management game where people have provided these great templates to use; and I've transferred one of my creations to the TFDi 717. First time painting a flight sim aircraft in probably... 20 years? I've posted this before, but I think I'm pretty much done with it now; I'm happy where it's at. I've tried to make it as detailed as possible, with the seal on the airstairs, little warning labels, etc. I've taken details from Delta 717s and MD-80s, and Volotea's 717s. The belly is new, taking inspiration from Delta, very obviously. Here's a bit of the evolution, with the final product at the bottom. I'm happy to upload it if people are interested in a completely fictional paint. I highly recommend clicking on the pics to see the fullsize versions! The template: On the TFDi 717:
  5. Both the 717 and the FlythemaddogX do this.
  6. Sim runs smooth, locked at 32 fps. True glass doesn't run at 32 fps, is what I'm saying.
  7. Leaving KDEN for KSAN tonight. The new model looks amazing.
  8. It seems like TrueGlass operates at a much lower frame rate than the surrounding sim; like if my sim is running 30fps, the water only moves at 15 or so... is there a way to improve this at all?
  9. DON'T CHANGE A THING. This is now as smooth as the Maddog, and that thing ran great. I went from 11 fps at FT YSSY to 24. Well done, gentlemen!
  10. Dropping the VC textures to 2048 have made it flyable again for me, and my eyes can't tell the difference lol. Thanks for that tip!