P3d Glass

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P3d Glass

Postby Shadowcaster » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:29 am

Morning all
I'm wondering if anyone has done a fix for the

Republic XP-72 Interceptor
https://simviation.com/1/search?submit= ... &x=14&y=11

Republic XP-47J Escort Experimental and Republic XP-47H Pursuit Experimental
https://simviation.com/1/search?submit= ... 7&x=20&y=5

from Mr Shupe and team to make it compatible with P3d Version 3, the main problem is the canopy glass being milky in the sim. I think it must be to do with DX-10/11 as the glass is milky in FSX with DX-10 preview enabled with Steve's DX-10 Fixer. They are lovely aircraft and deserve to be updated to work in P3d.

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Re: P3d Glass

Postby javelin9r » Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:25 am

I am running FSX with Acceleration on W7 Pro. My preview DX10 is unchecked. This is a screenshot of the aircraft I think you mean. The cockpit canopy appears slightly smoked, but not milky.


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Re: P3d Glass

Postby Shadowcaster » Mon Oct 08, 2018 2:44 pm

Hi
I agree that they work in FSX without DX10, but the glass is milky when you turn on DX10 or try them in P3d. They were originally made for FS9 and I was just hoping that someone has done a fix on the glass.

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