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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS : A10-C
    DCS: UH-1H
    DCS: P-51D
    DCS: TF-51D
    DCS: Mi-8
    DCS: Fock Wülf-190 D-9 Dora
    DCS: M2KC
    DCS: MiG-21Bis
    Lock on: Flamming Cliffs 3
  • Location
    France, comes from Kingston, Ontario.
  • Interests
    Aeronautics, English culture, Literature, Classical music, Running, Theater plays.
  • Occupation
    Flight Attendant and English interpreter.
  1. Bonne année, plein de bonnes choses :)
  2. Ho-ho! Salut la communauté francophone! Comme certain(e)s d'entre vous ont pu le constater, la newsletter hebdomadaire de DCS World est désormais disponible en Français (lien ci-dessous)!!! La toute première est donc passée par vos cheminées virtuelles ce jour-ci, le 22 Décembre, non pas sans accrocs! Comme toutes premières fois, il y a quelques petits hics :music_whistling:. En effet un léger problème de typo peut être observé dans le message d'annonce de début de cette dernière, mais on vous promet que la prochaine sera mieux peaufinée :). L'équipe de traduction est dans tous les cas très heureuse de pouvoir mettre enfin à disposition de sa communauté francophone une newsletter avant les apports qui vont être effectués sur DCS World dans les mois et les années à venir :). https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/fr/newsletters/newsletter22122017-5e6f066f7cb68d3be1493050852bafdd.html Bonnes fêtes de fin d'année à tous!
  3. Absolutely, I did everything and I still can't get my key to work!
  4. Hey there, I thought this would be the best way at catching your attention. Having already stated that I was going through issues trying to re-activate my Mig-21bis module after the starforce updates of March and April, I decided to take this matter to the forums in the hope that I can catch your attention Dolphin, Rudel or whoever would be kind enough to take the time to process my enquiry. I tried sending you an email some months ago at : support@leatherneck-sim.com , without success or answers and would like to stress forward that the situation has become quite unnerving on my side. Being a day one purchaser of the MiG-21Bis module, my activation key has now become invalid and I quickly found out that it would be impossible for me to re-activate my product whatsoever. I followed all instructions issued along with the starforce patches, to no avail. I am tired of spending time on trying different methods that don't even work (for me at least, I know it did for others). Could it be possible to simply replace my key or at least get in touch with me through PM on the forums? I really want to fly on one of my favourite modules again, pretty please see this thread. Thanks in advance for the time you would spend on my enquiry, Kind regards, Quentin Guesdon
  5. Dear Magnitude 3 LLC team, I am still experiencing the invalid activation key issue even after having followed all the released procedures. Just dropping this here so that people that are in the same case can eventually get help as well. Looking forward to hearing from you, thanks in advance for the time you would spend on my enquiry.
  6. Actually, yes. Labelling a flight model as being an EFM essentially means that given developers had to develop tools, assets in order to reproduce complex and advanced systems or aspects of an aircraft because they couldn't do it within the very restrictive limitations of the standard SFM that is initially provided by Eagle Dynamics. A PFM module is essentially a module that includes an AFM++ modelisation along with an Advanced System Modelling of all electrical, hydraulic, oil systems and avionics in general. Most third-party developers have delivered just that through their own EFM modules so far. Therefore, from what we've been served with, and from what we can observe in the trends, it is safe to say that whenever a module offers an External Flight Model, it will be a third party counterpart of ED's PFM.
  7. The amount of work that was put into the Gazelle module by the Polychop Simulations team is absolutely tremendous. Its flight model lives up to the EFM standards and requirements, which is basically the third-party equivalent of ED's PFM. Pretty please, know your stuff before dropping false, out of subject information in here.
  8. Hey Scaflight, Let me put my own input and view on things in there. As you've surely stated, developers are trying to develop different aircrafts in order to stand out and attract customers without the impediment of competition. Remember that we can only assume that the first thing that prevails in these studios when they're making a choice about developing an aircraft or another is passion and will. They're developing what they want to see available on the platform, with funds that initially and generally come straight out of their own pockets. That means that they still have to make strategic choices when creating content, in addition to their passion. In fact, developing a professional simulation of an aircraft is VERY costy and many factors come into play (wind tunnel calculations, attendance at international and local airshows to see an aircraft's behavior once in the air, getting the proper licences and contracts, hiring a team of experts in their own boundaries, developing the necessary assets and tools for the virtual reproduction of the aircraft and its systems, etc). Two studios developing the same aircraft wouldn't really ease their task in filling the gap of their expenses, would it? Hence the fact that studios are trying to release different aircrafts, because, hey, anyway there's so many of them! Why would one make the exact same aircraft as another which is already being developed by someone else when they can simply develop another version of the airframe or a completly different one and create something that is cost-effective and that makes the DCS platform alot richer and more fulfilling? This being said, Eagle Dynamics and third-party Developers are bound by contracts. DCS modules that are labeled as such and developed by third-party developers have to meet the quality standards set by ED and the Fighter Collection, and their flight models are generally based on the EFM layout (External Flight Model) which is incorporating a small part of the Professional Flight Model layout that was developed by Eagle Dynamics. Henceforth, even though all studios are different, you can expect, as a customer, that a third party module would meet a certain standard, good enough so that you wouldn't find a completely different behavior (unless the aircraft is still in beta or a WIP) if that aircraft were to be developed and released in parallel by another studio.
  9. After seeing this video I bought a bunker with extreme lighting in fear of getting struck by lightning-fast CAS strikes during the night.
  10. Vous utilisez LOTATC en concordance avec votre projet? Ca m'a l'air tout à fait intéressant!
  11. Perhaps you should check this link out - It might just be what you're looking for : https://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2870946&postcount=1 Bonne fin de journée :)
  12. Sounds like a great clan. Will perhaps check it out at some point.
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    DCS 2

    Comme l'a souligné Azrayen, les équipes de ED travaillent actuellement toujours à l'adaptation du Caucasus en version T4 du moteur graphique. En tant que traducteurs, nous n'avons pas connaissance d'une fenêtre précise quand à une éventuelle fusion des versions 2.0 et 1.5. Pour ce qui est de DCS en version Alpha 2.0, c'est tout simplement une deuxième copie de DCS qui s'installe sur ton ordinateur si tu décides de la télécharger, dedans tu y retrouveras pratiquement tous tes modules (sauf parfois ceux des tiers partis qui sont encore en cours d'intégration en version T4) ainsi que la map NTTR Nevada.
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    DCS 2

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