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Learning your first banked turns with Cabri G2 helicopter in X Plane. Wonky's Blog! 45. Part Two. I thought I would pass on a few tips that I use when a friend's come around the house and says "let's have a go" to make sure they get some success straight away. Wonky Joystick Productions A voice Made For silent Movies Videos For fun
One of the observations I have about XPlane is that the trains (freight trains especially) are based upon North American style locomotives. They are very nicely done, but do look a bit out of place in True Earth GBS. The following library file , although dating from 2014 does a nice job of replacing the locomotives and a lot of the rolling stock with a more "European" style. It's a small thing, but I think it really adds to the immersive factor. All of the following screenshots were done using Manchester Barton (only as it was easy to find a lot of railway lines) and my version of XPlane is 11.26r2. Installation is really easy, as it is a library file, just unzip it into the XPlane Custom Scenery folder, adjust it's position in the scenery_packs.ini file and thats it. The file is "Custom traffic for Europe Library 1.11" and is freeware from ( https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/21719-custom-traffic-for-europe-library/ ). I tried to do "like for like" screenshot comparisons in some of the attached images, but since it required afull restart each time they are close but not quite exact. This library also updates a number of car models, Volvo, Volkswagen etc and buses. I have also included one screenshot at night as I liked the relections in the motorway lights. Cheers Renault Manchester Barton North American Style trains North American Style - Image 2 Manchester Barton "Same Image(s)" - European Style trains European Rolling Stock Commuter Train Sample Freight Trains Day view besides Motorway Same View at night showing night lighting on locomotive Motorway at dusk - new car models from library