Al Von Pingel's fairly remarkable new scenery for Charleston is about to be released, with hangars especially made for it by Dan French. Traffic files for both 1957 and 1962 are provided. High definition C-121Cs if you want them.
F86-L Sabres of the 444th Fighter Interceptor Squadron
The civilian terminal, with a terminal building kindly adapted from his scenery for FSX by Dan French.
McDonnell F-101 Voodoos from 1962.
C-121Cs of the 41st and 76th Air Transport Squadrons taxi for take off.
The main military apron, based on a photograph from 1957.
Last Edit: Apr 12, 2021 4:26:44 GMT -5 by connieguy
That is very impressive!! But I notice on top right corner of screenshots that you are using Classic FS as flight sim platform. What is Classic FS?? Is it FS2004?? Is it FSX?? Is it FSX Stream?? I have never seen Classic FS as a flight sim platform!
Post by Tom/CalClassic on Apr 12, 2021 11:28:49 GMT -5
It is my custom version of FS2004, available on request. If you have two or more versions of FS2004 on your machine (modern, GW, etc.) it creates a separate version with its own flights, flight plans, etc. It does not use a separate fs9.cfg file though.
Post by Tom/CalClassic on Apr 26, 2021 20:13:45 GMT -5
Here is the text file:
Classic FS Replacement language.dll File
By Tom Gibson, CalClassic Propliner page
This is a modified language.dll file that makes this copy of FS2004 behave much like Golden Wings 3 does, saving Flights to a separate folder. I recommend using this modified dll file only if you are using a separate installation of Flight Simulator 9 solely for use with Classic flying.
WARNING: This is based on a US English language.dll file. If you are using FS2004 in a different language this file will convert it (mostly) to English!!
To make a separate FS9 installation (keeping the registry pointing to the original installation): 1. Rename your FS2004 folder by adding the word Original to it (i.e. if it is named Flight Simulator 9, rename it to Flight Simulator 9 Original). The default location is: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9. 2. Install FS2004 again into the original folder name of your FS installation (Flight Simulator 9 in this example). 3. Rename the folder of your new installation by adding Classic to the folder name (or rename it anything you like). 4. Rename the original installation back to it's original name (i.e. rename it from Flight Simulator 9 Original to Flight Simulator 9 in our example). 5. Replace the language.dll file in your new installation as described below.
To make a separate FS9 installation (pointing the registry to the new installation): 1. Just install FS to a new folder name. 2. Replace the language.dll file in your new installation as described below.
1. You will find the language.dll file in the FS9 root folder; back up your original by renaming it to language.dll.orig and then place this modified language.dll file into your FS9 root folder, default location is: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9. Since I run a separate installation of modern FS2004 and Classic FS2004 I renamed my FS9.exe Classic_FS.exe and copied my FS9.cfg file, naming it Classic_FS.cfg. If you have already installed and are using Golden Wings 3 you will be familiar with a second installation of FS9 and hopefully appreciate having a dedicated Classic FS Files folder assigned for your flights.
2. You will also need to go into your My Documents folder and create a "Classic FS Files" folder. This will exist alongside your existing "Flight Simulator Files" and if you have Golden Wings 3 installed you will also find you have a "Golden Wings Files" folder.
3. Now you can save flights for each of your FS9 installations into their own folders. If you already have some Classic FS Flights saved in your original FS installation, move/copy all of those flight plans (.FLT and accompanying .WX files) from the Flight Simulator Files folder into this Classic FS Files folder.