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Re: Current Projects

Post by Kujo » Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:35 am

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A-10C Warthog Demo Team 2018 | Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ (WIP)
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Re: Current Projects

Post by Airbourne » Thu Mar 22, 2018 7:38 am

My current projects (hence why I'm posting it here :P ).

This will probably be my first homemade aircraft that I will be making: The Zivko Edge 540 V3. First off, may God/Allah/Buddha/Flying Spaghetti Monster bless your computer before this pack is released. It WILL drop your frame per seconds. If you look closely, there are small 3D rivets where the bolts are. This isnt even the cockpit yet.
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A simple, but realistic Union Pacific C45ACCTE. This guy will be dragging around the 31,000K crude oil tank car below around my next map, Johnstown, which is also below that.
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This map will be even more detailed than my Chicago map. Currently, there are more than 4,000 trees and almost 1,000 taxiway/runway lights (if you look closely, there are taxiway/runway signs as well...). Unfortunately, Perl scripts is being a motherfather and it wont allow my to brighten the lights. Blender wont let me either :( . But this map will have a full college campus based on University of Boulder in Colorado.
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Re: Current Projects

Post by Swift » Thu Mar 22, 2018 4:10 pm

Airbourne wrote:
Thu Mar 22, 2018 7:38 am
My current projects (hence why I'm posting it here :P ).

This will probably be my first homemade aircraft that I will be making: The Zivko Edge 540 V3. First off, may God/Allah/Buddha/Flying Spaghetti Monster bless your computer before this pack is released. It WILL drop your frame per seconds. If you look closely, there are small 3D rivets where the bolts are. This isnt even the cockpit yet.
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Re: Current Projects

Post by waspe414 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 4:28 pm

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That is insane.
Actual UltraViolet
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Re: Current Projects

Post by Coop » Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:41 am

Airbourne wrote:
Thu Mar 22, 2018 7:38 am
My current projects (hence why I'm posting it here :P ).
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Re: Current Projects

Post by decaff_42 » Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:34 pm

Italy's first F-35B "BL-1"
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Re: Current Projects

Post by Swift » Sun Mar 25, 2018 11:18 pm

Whipped this up in about four hours, still got a lot to do. Debating if I want to keep the single tail to stay true to the General Dynamics design or go for a twin tail.

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Re: Current Projects

Post by Krux » Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:39 pm

Hmmmm...
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Re: Current Projects

Post by Turbofan » Mon Apr 02, 2018 6:33 pm

An experiment in progress. Something I've had in mind for a while anyway. Unfortunately jQuery UI sortable is not compatible with touch-screen interfaces, but someone has developed a plug-in so I'll try using that. Anywho, going better than I anticipated, so we'll see how it evolves. Will work on your laptop and desktop no doubt. The real fun still lies ahead!

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Re: Current Projects

Post by Turbofan » Sat Apr 07, 2018 5:29 pm

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So... some more progress. The buttons at the top don't work yet except for the "Reset Tab Info" button. The code for the rest of the buttons will be added later, probably one of the last things I will work on.

The core functionality is coming along quite well, flight tabs are dynamically added based on whether you choose "Dep" or "Arr" from the "Status" drop-down in the flight tab generator. I also did some simple (relatively speaking) error-checking on each of the four inputs. All text-based inputs are required, so if you leave anything blank or don't choose a flight status, you will be shown an error for the respective field. Similar case for if you enter special characters or anything else that won't fly (ha ha). Basically, I've kept it fairly open-ended for the aircraft type (CRJ, CR1, B744 a319, 333 etc) and flight number (340 or 31F). It's a bit more strict for the VA Code input though, only two or three-letter codes will be accepted, this is to keep the resulting flight tab as clean as possible. Now if you opt to choose one of the pre-loaded three-letter VA codes from the drop-down list on the left, any code you've entered yourself in the VA code input field on the right will be automatically deleted and vice-versa. This is of course to ensure that only one code is accepted, either from the drop-down or the input field. However, if you first choose a code from the drop-down, then enter a code in the field, the program will accept the code you entered (i.e., not from the drop-down). Hope that made sense.

Next items to work on include making both lists sortable and drag-and-drop capable using jQueryUI, and then allowing the user to change either a departure or arrival to an emergency (red background colour). If you have any other ideas you'd like to see, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
Check out my YSFS videos on my Youtube channel!
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Re: Current Projects

Post by Turbofan » Sat Apr 14, 2018 10:43 pm

A "bump" button would be great for this topic ;)...

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Another update. Flight tabs are now drag-and-drop capable and will change colours if you drag-and-drop them in either column. Additionally, if a flight declares an emergency, clicking the "E" button will change that tab's colour to red, and emergencies are also cross-listable and will be given automatic priority if you do so (i.e. you can switch a tab to emergency status in the departures column, then drag it to the arrivals column and it will automatically snap to the top of that list). Also fixed the condition where dragging to an empty list was not working (turns out you have to give the list item enough space or it just won't drop after dragging).

More testing to follow, and implementing the code for touchpad devices. And the remaining buttons. Woot!
Check out my YSFS videos on my Youtube channel!
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ATRP: When used in my posts refers to "Air Traffic Replay Project"
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Avatar: Pratt and Whitney JT8D-219
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My general rant: I will call them blended winglets, not Sharklets; There is no CEO, it's just simply put, an Airbus 319/320/321, or the 320NEO, 321NEO etc. I didn't land IN DAL, I landed AT DAL. On the other hand, I did land in Dallas.
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GRID updated for 2018 on my website:
Turbofan's Terminal

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