Orange isn't considered a classy colour, it's commonly used by cheaper brands like Easyjet.Jump to post
It's a big aircraft but my first thought was also, wow, 250 pax in an Il-76?
Wikipedia gives no info about the number of seats that can be fitted. However, it says a cancelled version was a double-decked 250-passenger airliner. So, the single cargo deck must be packed with 250...
Hi Sir Hofma, Nice topic, let's see if we can get some life into this forum. I'm not sure anyone can beat your dedication though. 2310706 The story behind this one is at least a little odd. I was at the RAF Cosford airshow, which was backlit, and I noticed some people standing on a plateau near the ...Jump to post
The photo has been accepted.
The question is why? Is it due to luck running out? Due to maintenance? Due to lack of training? Or something else. Crash numbers are notorious hard to interpret. The Dutch, for example, had 63 accidents (some have been repaired though), with their F-16's. Operated since 1979 and 213 ordered. The n...Jump to post
Hi Vik, sorry about that. http://www.horizonten.nl/pix/XG474-3337ptr.jpg Before And after http://www.horizonten.nl/pix/XG474-3337mod.jpg Obviously things are stretched out, but it's not too noticeable in this case I think. So, is this an acceptable alternative to using a technical camera, which I gu...Jump to post
Hi all, Is Perspective Control, found in Photoshop under Camera Distortion Correction, an allowed technique on A.net? Generally, I 'm quite happy to leave the outside verticals canted. http://www.airliners.net/user/photo-corner/photo/4100415 But in this case, for example, correcting the verticals me...Jump to post
I have no strong opinion on the question, but the main problem with the detailed view is that the thumbnails are far too small on many screens. I have come to like the card view. The only thing missing there now is a little room for the caption. Some photos are just meaningless without a caption. Lo...Jump to post
Go to the photographer name in the lower right corner of the box, click it. You will be taken to the profile page and all the photog's photos. In the upper left corner you can then select by date, most popular and by likes. Atleast, I'm assuming that's what you were looking for? Well, no, because t...Jump to post
Thanks for your efforts, Kas. I like how you now get a number of thumbnails below a opened photo. However, it's seems strange to me that you cannot go to the next relevant thumbnails page from there. Especially as it's even more difficult now to go to 'all photos by this photographer' - this now can...Jump to post
People may want to defend that the text is merely politically incorrect. However, it exposes racism since here we have a company that forgets to consider the feelings of Indian, Pakistani and black potential customers.Jump to post
Dear all, What is the latest in noise reduction software in photo editing? I accidentally used a stupid Auto ISO setting on a batch of indoor shots, so I need something more advanced than my Photoshop Elements has to offer I'm afraid. I used Helicon Filter for a while, but it comes with a cumbersome...Jump to post
The aircraft type displayed on the search pages is now finally the version rather than the generic type, which is so much better! Thanks for the efforts to improve the site. The 'detail view' of the search pages still does not look good, with very small thumbnails on many screens. If the developers ...Jump to post
Military aircraft In the new format, the serial should go into the "Mil SN" field, not in the "Reg" field. I realize this probably happens automatically when you select the correct match, but I would like you all to double check this. If it happens, please remove the serial from...Jump to post
I-TALY has a civil registration and no military markings. Why should it be MILITARY? I would tend to agree. That said, the A319s have exactly the same colour scheme but do have a military registration. They're all in the database as "Italy - Air Force". Is the plane operated by the AF on ...Jump to post
Latest acceptances now around 3914500, so indeed a difference of 12,000. But maybe not all these IDs exist somehow?Jump to post
Scrimbl wrote this in the Feedback forum: Open the rejected image from Photo Corner, then copy the image address (not the web page URL), then either just paste the link into a post or use the Image button to actually embed the image in the post. Now, I'm not sure how long rejected images are kept on...Jump to post
It seems others can't see it when you link to your to photos in your own corner this way.Jump to post
Oh, are all the images since the migration getting new ID#s? I see they are at 3,877,000. My most recent was 2,800,000+. Did they really jump by a million?! I guess they did jump by a million. They started a different system - photos get their ID as soon as you put them in the queue. I guess IDs of...Jump to post
It's just a mock-up according to a spotter at the Scramble forums, and I guess he's right.Jump to post
Ozair wrote:Dutchy wrote:Only zeven years late and billions over budget.
Not quite, the original IOC date for the F-35A was March 2013.
The original IOC for the F-35A was scheduled in 2011.
Basically nice changes.. However, I agree with JK that the thumbnail in the detailed view now really looks too small on a desktop... I would like to see the specific aircraft version in the photo details instead of generic/basic aircraft type. I second this, it's my biggest irritation with the new s...Jump to post
Sorry, maybe it was something on my side. Now, I had three photos accepted one hour ago (e-mail for all three 16.00 CET), but only one of them is showing on the main site: 3902507. The two missing ones have IDs 3903467 and 3903459 in my Photo corner. I don't know what's up with these insequential ph...Jump to post
Yes! The site's indentity is slowly getting restored! I tried to adapt to the different colours, but indeed it's a lot better this way... Photos simply look better, too. Also very good to see the registrations restored with the thumbnails. Thanks. Paul, is the copyright bar going to removed from th...Jump to post
Let's concentrate on the big issues - any issues with the upload page are non-issues compared to the serious if not suicidal issues the public site has, such as the 'top photographers' on the front page still having no links to the relevant photos, and any 'photographer' link with a thumbnail also n...Jump to post
What happend to the British Aerospace Hawk T.1, the T.2 replaced them? I know the Republic of Korea Air Force retired theirs and they went to the civilian marked. Swiss sold them to the Finns. I don't know what happend to the Kenya and Zimbabwe examples. The Hawk T.1 is still in service in some RAF...Jump to post
No, it's not... :cry: I see, it sorts at views at the moment. Will ask to sort on date added. "Yes We can, but at the moment that sort isn't reliable because the data for it isn't present - I have a fix for that as well, so I can update those two to go in sync in the near future." Okay, b...Jump to post
Is it known what the first destinations are planned to be? Yes, it was announced a while ago. First destinations this month are Paris, Manchester, Prague, Budapest. Inaugural revenue flight is LX638 ZRH-CDG on July 15. Next C Series destinations: August - Brussels, Warsaw September - Nice, Stuttgar...Jump to post
Easy enough to find on Wikipedia: essentially the 2ft 6in fuselage stretch to seat 14 passengers, and more powerful engines to compensate for that. Not worth a new DC number, but don't attach too much importance to that. The DC-3 was not only much larger but also aerodynamically much improved, with ...Jump to post