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FSX Glasair III

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Type
Repaint for Payware Model
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308
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
5p33dv10.zip
File size
2.14 MB
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Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

Glasair III "Irish". This texture is a fictional texture inspired by actual paints that some Glasairs have. Simple but nice and makes the Glasair look even faster. Also has the author's signature tail marking. Textures only for the Aussim Glasair III. By Kyle Phillipson.

Glasair III in flight.

Glasair III in flight.

Australian Simulation Glasair III repaint
Flash-Speed Version 1.0
December 2007

FS-X Version ONLY!
(Although it could be converted to FS9 with knowledge of Photoshop.)


This skin set is for the Australian Simulation Glasair III (www.aussim.com.au/glasair). It is a fictional paint scheme of a Glasair III. The main theme idea was fostered from looking at other Glasair paint jobs to create my own. This paint was created using Australian Simulation's Glasair III paint kit with Photoshop.

INSTALLATION:
1.)
Unzip to your Glasair III Airplanes folder, typically:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\Australian Simulation Glasair III\
(You will find a new folder called 'texture.N5P33D' go into that folder and make sure you are looking at .dds files and not another folder.)

2.)
Run the Aircraft Control Panel and using the add texture wizard enter the following information:

Title= Glasair III N5P33D
Texture= N5P33D
Variation= Flash-Speed
Description= Glasair III N5P33D
VisDam= As you wish.

Attention FSX Acceleration users:
I have modified the ASG_GLASS.dds file so that you may see outside the airplane when in VC. The only modification was the alpha channel was moved to a dark gray. You may need to recopy this file into the folder after adding the aircraft via the Aircraft Control Panel.

IMPORTANT:
You must use the Aircraft Control Panel software to add this texture, otherwise required texture files will not be loaded for this skin set.

Front side view Glasair III in flight.

Front side view Glasair III in flight.

Images/Screenshots

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The archive 5p33dv10.zip has 20 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
texture.N5P33D12.12.070 B
ASG_01_T.dds11.25.071.00 MB
ASG_02_T.dds11.26.071.00 MB
ASG_03_T.dds11.25.071.00 MB
ASG_04_T.dds11.25.071.00 MB
ASG_05_T.dds11.25.071.00 MB
ASG_06_T.dds11.25.071.00 MB
asg_buttons.dds10.26.0632.12 kB
ASG_GLASS.dds12.10.071.00 MB
asg_interior.dds10.25.06512.12 kB
ASG_Prop.dds10.17.06340.12 kB
N5P33D.txt11.25.07193 B
readme.txt12.12.071.71 kB
screenshot.jpg11.25.0725.13 kB
Side.jpg11.25.0793.48 kB
side2.jpg11.25.07162.85 kB
thumbnail.jpg11.25.074.48 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ12.10.07282 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Ron LefebvreTue, 28 Apr 2015 19:42:28 GMT

Excellent repaints! How I would like to get the paint kit myself as I have a pilot friend who owns a Glasair lll. I have flown it and he has flown my sim one. I wish I could make a texture for his plane. Bought the sim version and thought I could get the paint kit. No such luck. Your "Irish" version looks cool. Ron

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