Post by Tom/CalClassic on Aug 14, 2008 18:20:20 GMT -5
Just wanted to welcome everyone to the new forum. This forum is for members to post their musings, artwork, stories, happenings, comments about current day simming - anything that doesn't fit the topic of the Classic Discussion Forum.
Note that the conversation here will be given greater latitude than in other forums, so those with sensitive reactions may want to avoid this forum. Note that the Rules Announcement above has been changed to accommodate this forum.
Hey Tom, In going through some of my parents' attic residents, I came upon an interesting postcard from about 1951. It is a hand colored picture of Candler Field -Atlanta, GA. It has an interesting blurb on the back describing the activities of the airfield which I would be happy to post along with the picture if you think it can be done w/o violating copyright law. The postcard was printed by R. & R. News Co., Atlanta, GA. Credits read "Genuine Curteich (yes, with an "i")-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Postcard (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.). Thanks, bushp04
Last Edit: Mar 19, 2010 22:40:03 GMT -5 by bushp04
Post by Tom/CalClassic on Mar 20, 2010 10:11:08 GMT -5
People are posting images of postcards all the time on other web sites, so I can't think it is a violation (or at least a serious one). After all, these are "public images" - meant to be seen by anyone who reads the card. I would think the violation would be if you tried to sell the images separated from the postcard or use them as new postcards?
There's the agreement. In addition, it can be changed, with or without notice, at the forum owner's discretion. This is standard and is by all means a reasonable practice that not only the forum owner be able to update their rules if things change, but also that the users be required to abide by those rules at all times, regardless of what they were when they joined.
This is after all a PRIVATE forum and as such it exists at the owner's sole discretion.
I am new to the forum. I hope you can help me. I recently upgraded to FSX. I loved the propliners in 2004. I have downloaded the DC-6B from California Classic Propliners. Everything installed but the when you pull up the aircraft, the panel outlines are there, the PropSound is there, but the gauges are black. I loaded the gauges into the FSX Gauge section. Any advice? I've tried follwing the FSX Conversion instructions but I am not doing something right. Thanks for your help. I very much admire your work. Regards. JT.
Post by Tom/CalClassic on Apr 16, 2011 19:31:12 GMT -5
If you are asking a question, it's best to start your own thread (next time). To do that you press the New Thread words at the upper right of each forum listing.
Did you install the plane directly into the main FSX folder, or did you install into a temporary folder and copy the folders over to FSX? If the latter, you apparently copied the gauge's folders incorrectly.
There should be the following folders present:
There will be XML and BMP files inside each of those. Are they present? Be careful that they are not inside a second Gauges folder, for example.
Post by Tom/CalClassic on May 31, 2012 10:24:06 GMT -5
Proboards moved our forum to another server, and thus the original server-specific links no longer worked. They have always provided a "generic" URL for the forum, and now that address appears to be mandatory.