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  1. Checked those. Everything looks good. Great work. A big “THANK YOU” deserved. Do mean the blank template, to use with Photoshop? if so, I t’s in the link below. https://www.mediafire.com/file/2sj1wuwvdi18tbg/Brisfit_Public.zip/file
  2. If you built it (the hype) they will come (the updates)
  3. Everyone knows Haash’s favourite plane is the Sopwith Llama
  4. If you been wondering whether to download this mini campaign or not then read this review. https://stormbirds.blog/2020/01/07/flying-the-kaiserschlacht-campaign-for-flying-circus-vol-1/ I’m sure download it after this.
  5. Glad you enjoyed it Donik. I’ve looked at the mission editor. Simple missions are quite straight forward but campaigns like this are on another level. Vander and Haash’s missions are excellent and they deserve all the thanks they get. Rise of Flight used to be my favourite, but like you, after flying Flying Circus I find it hard to go back. Let’s hope the devs continue to support it, giving the mission makers more planes, maps and seasons to work with. Thanks again for yours and others feedback.
  6. Ok, that’s Great, thanks. I’m just finishing off our Spad skins. Once finished I’ll upload them and post the link here. Thanks again Skydance
  7. Hi Paul Here are some links to the fictional skins used by the Syndicate members. Sopwith Camels https://app.box.com/s/g1tcwfonk9gforepg0xm65q135rj6lgp SE5a part 1 https://app.box.com/s/2khbnfrdl6ogr33sappcyv5lf1lpngpq SE5a part 2 https://app.box.com/s/akvfgmia4ccf8t1up4s5qcqvrx9rn5n6 Bristol F2B (These can also be used for both the F2 and F3) https://app.box.com/s/3azeqyrgazfzepjalnyr92qg5rs2ydn7 Sopwith Dolphin (SYN_Semispud) https://app.box.com/s/5hli3nuinuafj9yxa8ctjx77ntwjjhwl Fokker D7F (These can also be used for the D7) https://app.box.com/s/xousluqyhw3bdti59j23fbwxx957irdt Hope I haven't missed the deadline and would appreciate it if you could add these to the fictional skins bundle. Many Thanks SYN_Skydance
  8. Nice one Vander. I'll be trying this over the Christmas holidays.
  9. Hi All Here are some historical skins that I have done for Flying Circus Bristol F.2B D8096 https://app.box.com/s/ignebouuzak0oxgbsqjag3v9pukguo5b Bristol F.2B D8084 https://app.box.com/s/z14nk8o1n1yj5ipk3hgjwwhk8szbtkt8 Bristol F.2B Britfish B1288 https://app.box.com/s/4z0qtcvlhc66rz3403bfxutv53kj62wv SE5a F235 https://app.box.com/s/yjxpbj5zlp2a73fyub24v034ocyzgjsd SE5a Bowman C9533 https://app.box.com/s/ctgbw348lj128cii0ykoyws6zknyisi2 Sopwith Camel B5423 white 6 of the 54th squadron B7407 of the 54th squadron B5417 number 11 of the 54th squadron All three camels for the 54th squadron can be downloaded here. https://app.box.com/s/1usvf4stoprtaolvynjhbuk3xrhsqne4 This also includes a generic squadron skin for SYN_Vanders mini campaign. Bristol F.2B C814 of the 48th squadron https://app.box.com/s/9xmlmin0bniukuf4zouv1wikr4d044i3 This link also contains the generic 48th Squadron skin that is used in SYN_Vanders mini campaign Please note the last two links are the same as the ones posted in Vanders thread
  10. Hi All I've updated the aircraft names, in the upload links above, for both the Sopwith Camel and the Bristol F.2B so that they will work with the mission editor. If you download them now you will get the aircraft names as below. 4 x Sopwith Camels of the 54th squadron; No_54_sqn No_54_sqn_B5423_No.6_4k No_54_sqn_B7407_No.8_4k No_54_sqn_B5417_No.11_4k 2 x Bristol F.2B of the 48th; No_48_sqn_4k No_48_sqn_C814_12_4k If you have already downloaded them then you can just rename each aircraft, as above, by just replacing all dots and spaces with an underscore.
  11. Nice skins guys. For those wondering about a symbolic link, as mentioned above, I’ll paste a copy of a post I made last year on The Syndicate forum........ SKINS Symbolic link by SYN_Skydance » Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:24 pm How to create a symbolic link, in windows 10, so that you can use your "Rise of flight" skins in "Flying Circus" without using up any extra drive space. I chose to do each aircraft separately as they are released. Before commencing make a backup of the original skins. In my IL2 skins folder I renamed mine "FokkerDr1 original" etc 1) Type in Command Prompt in the bottom search bar. 2) When the command prompt pops up, right click on it, so that you can run it as an administrator 3) Click yes on the windows pop up and your command prompt window will pop up. I have my IL2 stored on my "C" drive eg - C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Battle of Moscow\data\graphics\skins and my RoF skins stored on my "H" drive eg - H:\Program Files (x86)\Rise of Flight\data\graphics\skins This means I want to place a shortcut (symbolic link) in my IL2 folder directing to the RoF folder 4) You will need to type the following information into the command prompt window. mklink /d (this is the command for the symbolic link that we require) the location of the IL2 skins folder (eg C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Battle of Moscow\data\graphics\skins) the location of the RoF folder (eg H:\Program Files (x86)\Rise of Flight\data\graphics\skins) This means, for me, I would need to type the following, to create a FokkerDr1 symbolic link in my IL2 folder. mklink /d "C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Battle of Moscow\data\graphics\skins\FokkerDr1" "H:\Program Files (x86)\Rise of Flight\data\graphics\skins\FokkerDr1" Please note the quotation marks at the start and end on both addresses. This is because of the spaces in the address. Without them the command prompt will give you a syntax error. Hope this helps
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