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Does Project Opensky Make FSX Add-ons?

Thu Oct 02, 2008 1:45 am

Hi, everybody. recently I was looking on the POSKY sie because I was told they had some pretty good downloads and other add-ons. From what I was able to discern, all their planes were for FS9. Do they even make ones for FSX, and if so, how do I access them? I tried looking but kept hitting dead ends. Thanks in advance for any help you have to offer.
BTW: If you know of any other sites with good freeware add-ons besides AVSIM, please tell me, because I have found about as much I am interested in having from them!
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RE: Does Project Opensky Make FSX Add-ons?

Thu Oct 02, 2008 11:13 am

They work for FSX. But, this is my experience from a few months back. Just try one, if that works, they all should.
 
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RE: Does Project Opensky Make FSX Add-ons?

Thu Oct 02, 2008 4:46 pm

They have an FSX 737NG, but their stuff will work in FSX anyway. You will, however, notice some qualms, like holes in the 767v4 (and 747v4?) and antennas green/teal/pink, etc.
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RE: Does Project Opensky Make FSX Add-ons?

Thu Oct 02, 2008 11:13 pm

Okay. Thanks! I'll try getting one today.
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RE: Does Project Opensky Make FSX Add-ons?

Sun Oct 05, 2008 5:52 pm

Okay, so I got a DL 757 in the original Widget livery, but when I flew it, there was no sound, and in the cockpit, there was a panel, but no screens of instruments. What do I do about that? I was thinking of deleting it from the a/c folder in FSX and copying the 737 sound to the 757 folder and then moving it back. Would that work?
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RE: Does Project Opensky Make FSX Add-ons?

Sun Oct 05, 2008 6:31 pm



Quoting UltimateDelta (Reply 4):
Okay, so I got a DL 757 in the original Widget livery, but when I flew it, there was no sound, and in the cockpit, there was a panel, but no screens of instruments. What do I do about that? I was thinking of deleting it from the a/c folder in FSX and copying the 737 sound to the 757 folder and then moving it back. Would that work?

They're aliased to the default 737-400 in FS9. Change it to an addon or the 737-800.
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