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MSFS Tiger Moth (Released)

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All textures subject to change.

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Nice. Are they clickable in external view, or is that the interior model with the camera moved?
 
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I'm limiting the click zones to certain camera views. For example, the covers on the wheels are clickable. If I didn't limit the views then just sitting in the cockpit would make those covers clickable and it actually overlaps some of the mouse zones that are clickable in the cockpit. So I have to limit what you can click in certain views to avoid overloading the screen with mouse zones.

At the moment I am using the cockpit views to switch between the views you need to start the aircraft so there's a right side engine view and front on propeller view to pull the prop.

Only posting this pic because of the double rainbow.

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Oil pressure gauge isn't working and the turn rate needs some calibration plus the magnetic deviation card needs to be programmed but sounds are working and it flies. I've also done a lot of work on the pilot and passenger (remapping textures) and spent some time on getting the custom prop animations done (how the prop stops and manual pull through).

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That picture looks just like taking off from Popham, only my Tiger was red.

Really looking forward to installing your version!
 
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Where would you like your GPS?

Anywhere across the top or over on the right or right here under the panel? Or maybe you don't need it at all (visibility can be toggled by clicking on the large panel screw in the bottom right)?

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I don't think your question was meant for me, but if it was then I don't need it a GPS. I like to navigate the old fashioned way.

Your instrument panel with the raised instrument faces looks fabulous.
 

mgr

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Where would you like your GPS?

Anywhere across the top or over on the right or right here under the panel? Or maybe you don't need it at all (visibility can be toggled by clicking on the large panel screw in the bottom right)?

Personally would prefer (upper-mid) or (left bottom)

Marcel
 
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@Anthony31 The bottom left option (right side of the cockpit with a slight angle) looks good and the least obtrusive! The other upper options could be a hazard during a crash, covering the padded surface... Could it be customisable depending on individual user preference?

Looking so good Anthony! The Tiger Moth was my first purchase from you for P3D and loved it :)

Andrew
 

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Which I hate doing but at least it gives me an excuse to play computer games all day.
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1 - What is there to be "hated" about flying this wonderfull bird all day long ?
 
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Would be nice if she could be made to spin, but a minor matter if t takes away development time.

Spinning is optional but recovery is mandatory.
 

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Repaints done so time for flight testing and aerodynamics tweaking
What a great screenshot, which looks - to me - like you are having serious fun with it.
 
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