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Author Topic: The return of the DeltagliderIII (DGIV)  (Read 42381 times)

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Offline DanSteph

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Reply #25 - 12 October 2006, 03:45:30
With all the work waiting us on Phobos two turbopacks will be welcome.
Of course we must EVA to wear them but anyway we are already outside
for work ;)




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Reply #26 - 12 October 2006, 04:06:40
Sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!they have there own storage container cool.



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Reply #27 - 12 October 2006, 05:24:42
Damn!!!! (In a very GOOD way)

So does that mean they're ejectable, then Dockable to the backs of our young recruits in glistening mylar?

Does it also mean we can shoot laser guns and reenact many a james bond episode?

I would also like some chocolate milk.

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Reply #28 - 12 October 2006, 05:31:06
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reekchaa a écrit:
Damn!!!! (In a very GOOD way)
So does that mean they're ejectable, then Dockable to the backs of our young recruits in glistening mylar?

Sure...

Quote
reekchaa a écrit:
Does it also mean we can shoot laser guns and reenact many a james bond episode?

Maybe for DGVIX ;)

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reekchaa a écrit:
I would also like some chocolate milk.

Me too... :drunk:

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Reply #29 - 12 October 2006, 13:54:23
What happens with a rocket pack(or whatever it runs on) on Phobos? I assume you might go flying off to Mars shortly
after starting them.


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Reply #30 - 12 October 2006, 22:18:16
Why is everyone using can I have some chocolate milk joke thats in my Sig.
:friend:



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Reply #31 - 13 October 2006, 20:04:03
Cuz it's a damn good sig!  :)

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Reply #32 - 13 October 2006, 20:30:45
When Dan, WHEN???


*droooool*

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Reply #33 - 13 October 2006, 23:18:44
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When Dan, WHEN???
:)

Well, you know, .. thursday !



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Reply #34 - 13 October 2006, 23:27:03
Thursday?! I never could get the hang of Thursdays ;)


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Reply #35 - 14 October 2006, 09:55:05
Thursday?  Son of a Diddley!  I thought it was all set for Tuesday!  Aw Maaan!  ;)

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Reply #36 - 14 October 2006, 11:08:06
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Thursday?  Son of a Diddley!  I thought it was all set for Tuesday!  Aw Maaan!  ;)


I confirm... it will be Tuesday... :badsmile:

Base Symphony IV also soon on your screen....

(from older to newer screenshots)













Dan

-It will be released on tuesday.
-Tuesday? What tuesday???? This tuesday?????
-Well... one tuesday, duno...
-Grrr... and the next development update????
-Well, I think it will be on tuesday too.




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Reply #37 - 15 October 2006, 01:11:15
Looks like one Sweeeeet Base.  :applause:
I was compelled to try Google's new translate feature on the Francophone side of things to scrutinize the three
pages of french comments and praise for extra info on this huge new base.

This is the most understandable part translated to english:

"Still ate you a clown not fresh you?
(Or then a grass abuse which makes laugh?  )
DaN"


...So I think that says it all.   ~Well done, DaN!


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Reply #38 - 15 October 2006, 01:23:41
Google translate is the things to use in a rainy sunday if you get bored ... ;)

Blinking strobe in sequence but all lighted just for the screenshots:



Dan



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Reply #39 - 15 October 2006, 08:21:07
It looks like now I have an excuse to play Orbiter again.
I have been so busy with Mesh Wizard that I almost forgot that Orbiter even exists.
I even realized too late about the 2006 Orbiter patch.


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Reply #40 - 15 October 2006, 17:52:40
8o

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Reply #41 - 16 October 2006, 19:19:34
Wait, I am not quite clear: Will this rendition of the DG3 have a VC?


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Reply #42 - 16 October 2006, 19:29:08
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!:eek:

That doesn't quite sum up my current feelings.

I've missed a lot, what with Advanced Level education kicking in.
All this work looks amazing and I can't wait for Tuesday. :badsmile:

One question, what about a virtual cockpit? I know it's too much to ask for, but it's at the top of my wish list.



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Reply #43 - 17 October 2006, 00:47:38
No VC in the DGIII yet, but VC in Mmu.


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Reply #44 - 17 October 2006, 01:04:13
U beta testing it Quick?


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Reply #45 - 17 October 2006, 02:22:08
hi guys somebody told me the the dgIII do not have realistid performances flying in space is it true ????


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Reply #46 - 17 October 2006, 03:08:08
Plain true... with current technology it's impossible but DGIII is a futuristic vessel.

In an other manner O2 consumption and life support are realistic and based on real data.
So what is realist: crashing at 7000ms without any hurt and having never breathing people
aboard or ? ...

In all things balance ;)

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Reply #47 - 17 October 2006, 04:31:09
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No VC in the DGIII yet, but VC in Mmu.

Also VC in symphony IV...

Sorry DGIII is impossible:

either I do a simple VC and it will be useless because you alway need to switch to 2d panel
either I do the full panel and it will take me 3 month and it will require the latest PC
to run because of all the instruments shown.

Dan


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Reply #48 - 17 October 2006, 10:30:01
It's Tuesday!!:) It's Tuesday!!!:) Maybe THIS Tuesday??:badsmile:



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Reply #49 - 17 October 2006, 10:51:52
lol, SHOULD be this Tuesday.

I quote Dan:
http://orbiter.dansteph.com/index.php?news=107

No pressure ;)
*runs off*


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