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MUMBLE (Our voice client) / Re: Tutorial
« Last post by Brian Wilber/Ozark CEO on October 17, 2020, 12:15:41 PM »
Yes, that is the address to put into Mumble.
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MUMBLE (Our voice client) / Re: Tutorial
« Last post by Charlie Ford/TWVA-CEO on October 17, 2020, 04:59:30 AM »
Brian, is the website still orca.ryansit.net ?
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GALLERY / Re: DC-3 by Airline Heaven: finally, a production DC-3!
« Last post by Charlie Ford/TWVA-CEO on October 15, 2020, 11:30:31 AM »
I absolutely love the "Lindbergh Line" livery. That would be really cool to see on a mainline aircraft if they were still operating. Outstanding job Mike!
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GALLERY / Re: P3D Project Airbus TWA A318
« Last post by Charlie Ford/TWVA-CEO on October 15, 2020, 11:28:54 AM »
I like the new additions. Glad to see that livery gracing the skies yet again!
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GALLERY / Re: DC-3 by Airline Heaven: finally, a production DC-3!
« Last post by Marty Barnes / TWVA-KLAX on October 10, 2020, 02:59:49 PM »
WOW just doesn't seem to do justice to the that paint work.  Most superb job there, sir.  <SALUTE>

Your "Hurculean challenge" most definitely produced excellent results.  As the say down under, gobsmacked!
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GALLERY / DC-3 by Airline Heaven: finally, a production DC-3!
« Last post by Michael Concannon /OVA5155 on October 10, 2020, 08:40:36 AM »
This is Airplane Heaven's new DC-3, for P3D-4.  Available for FSX as well.

This is my repaint, and I must say, the paint kit was barely useful - a series of flat targa files, no layers, and identifying many parts and areas was a Hurculean challenge.

However, it is the first model in modern times (as I can recall) of a true production DC-3.
Manfred Jahn's remarkable freeware DC-3, unfortunately, is a militarized version with a combination of cargo / passenger doors and an astrodome, none of which you can get rid of.

Microsoft's FS DC-3 is pretty good but dated, and repainting it is a real challenge since their is no paint kit, and the mapping from left to right is hard to figure out - impossible for me, anyway.

This AH DC-3 is otherwise a gem. The VC is terrific, it handles very well and it's performance is quite accurate.

Researching this paint job was also a challenge. Many old photos of TWA DC-3's exist - and the number of variations in configuration (doors and windows) and paint scheme are quite noticeable.

This version is a production ,post-WWII ,eight window, left door P&W with a paint job and registration I took from an old, fairly poor photo.

But I'm happy with it until I find something better.
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GALLERY / Re: P3D Project Airbus TWA A318
« Last post by BrianNinness/TWA2212 on October 05, 2020, 12:50:19 PM »
In honor of this thread surpassing 1000 views I wanted to add some more pics from my collection. :D
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MUMBLE (Our voice client) / Re: Tutorial
« Last post by Brian Wilber/Ozark CEO on October 01, 2020, 03:12:19 PM »
I noticed the other night that our Mumble server is still working. However, there are a couple changes to be aware of. First, the download address is now simply https://mumble.com, and the latest version is 1.3.2. It is pretty obvious there on the front page, so you'll have no problem finding it.

To set it up after you install it and get connected as directed above in the OP, make sure your mic and if using a headset, are hooked up. Go into your computer's sound settings, find your microphone, and ensure the boost checkbox is checked or the slider is turned up. Next, go back into Mumble and click on "Configure">"Settings" and click on "Audio Input" on the left if it's not highlighted already. Click the dropdown arrow beside of "Default Device" in the Interface box, and select your microphone device.

Now you need to set up a push to talk key. Mumble will do Voice Activation, but if you don't get it just right, it doesn't work well, and it's annoying. Please set up PTT. In the Transmission box, click the dropdown and select "Push to Talk." To set up a key, click on "Shortcuts" to the left. Click "Add" and then click on "Unassigned." Next, click the dropdown beside of "Unassigned", and select "Push to Talk." Now click to the right of "Push to Talk" right under "Shortcut." Find a key that you don't use much in your sim (so that you don't transmit while using that key in your sim.) Now just press that key, and Mumble will assign that key automatically.

Finally, click on "Audio Output" and in the same way that you chose your device for your microphone, choose your output device (usually headphones).

That's it. You can play with the volume on the Output page, but the other settings should work for you the way they are. There is a built text capability, so if things go wonky, I should be able to help you that way. Consider this your official invite to join us and chat.

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GALLERY / Re: Ozark DC3 in XPlane 11
« Last post by Brian Wilber/Ozark CEO on September 28, 2020, 02:40:16 PM »
Hi, Vskylabs's dc3 has an own OZARK livery.

I need to get that, thanks.
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