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Old 01-26-2016, 12:57 PM
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Default New planes requests (from other threads/please pin it)

Plane / requests (more than 5 requests - bolded;* - IL2 1946 - era)

Piston:

Arado Ar 196 1
Boeing B-17 flyable 1
Boeing B-29 flyable 1
*Boeing XB-44 a.k.a. B-29D a.k.a. B-50A 1
Boulton Paul Defiant 2
Bristol Beaufighter (Mk.IC, Mk.VIC, Mk.X) 4
Bristol Blenheim (Mk.I, Mk.IV flyable) 2
*Convair XB-36 Peacemaker (8 August 1946) 1
Curtiss SB2C Helldiver 8
Curtiss SOC Seagull 1
De Havilland Mosquito F Mk.II 1
Dornier Do 18 1
Dornier Do 24 1
Dornier Do 217K/M 1
Douglas A-20 series (A-20C lend lease, A-20G-20-DO, A-20H, Boston IIIa) 13
Douglas A-26 Invader 1
Douglas C-54 1
*Douglas XBT2D-1 Skyraider (18 March 1945) 1
Focke-Wulf Fw 189 flyable 2
Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor flyable 1
Fokker G.I 1
*Grumman F8F Bearcat 1
Hawker Typhoon Ib 10
Heinkel He 59C-2 1
Heinkel He 111 4
Heinkel He 115 1
Junkers Ju 88(A-14, C-1, C-6 9
Junkers Ju 188 2
Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov LaGG-3 ski variant 1
Lockheed P-38 (D, E, H) 3
Martin B-26 Marauder 7
Messerschmitt Bf 110 (B-1, B-2, B-3) 4
Messerschmitt Bf 110 (C-1, C-3, C-7) 6
Messerschmitt Bf 110 (D-2, E-1, G-4) 3
Messerschmitt Me 210 6
Messerschmitt Me 410 4
Mitsubishi F1M 2
Mitsubishi Ki-46 (46-II, 46-III, 46-IIIb) 3
Mitsubishi Ki-46-III-Kai flyable 1
North American B-25D 1
North American B-25 (C, G, H, J field mode flyable) 10
Petlyakov Pe-3 M105PF 1
PZL.37B "Łoś" 1
Shavrov Sh-2 1
Supermarine Walrus 1
Westland Whirlwind 1

JET:

Gloster Meteor 2
*McDonnell XFD-1 Phantom (26 January 1945) 1
*North American XFJ-1 Fury (11 September 1946) 1
*Republic XP-84 Thunderjet (28 February 1946) 1

-Added 4 most popular planes from (http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthread.php?t=40297), compressed list)
Thanks, @dimlee
Send me an PM if you want to add more planes.

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Old 01-26-2016, 02:03 PM
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ouch .... long list ....
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Old 01-26-2016, 04:45 PM
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Northrop P-61
Vought O2SU Kingfisher 1
Ain't ever gonna happen. Noorthrap-Graumann Issue.
And He-111 which variant?

And you may want to include results from this thread:
http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthread.php?t=40297

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Old 01-26-2016, 07:05 PM
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add FW200 and B17 in list ...

but ...

just imagine ...

i work with all of that since 2010 .... and from that time i made pits for ... some about ...
5 or 6 planes ... and i spend on it almost all my free time ...

simple task ... how many people need to make quarter of that list?)))
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Old 01-26-2016, 08:53 PM
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add FW200 and B17 in list ...

but ...

just imagine ...

i work with all of that since 2010 .... and from that time i made pits for ... some about ...
5 or 6 planes ... and i spend on it almost all my free time ...

simple task ... how many people need to make quarter of that list?)))
..... and just so you know, I for one appreciate all your dedication and efforts for the past 5+ years very much.
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Old 01-26-2016, 09:26 PM
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....and shoot me down here if you want, yet I'll bring up this old chestnut again, new planes are always great and very welcome no matter what type or force and please never ever stop , however I'm of the opinion that getting all the existing flyable's (both their externals and especially their cockpits) up to the same visual standards as the newer editions in the officially patched default game would only serve to keep this sims longevity ongoing.

I'll admit that I spend most of my time flying Axis types, so from that viewpoint there are stand out types (and especially cockpit wise) that need a just a little TLC. king of these are the Bf109's but the Ju87's, He111 and even the Ju88's could also benefit from a little love, and I'd even settle for just a refresh of the internal textures.

I know there are also several Soviet and Allied types that are equally crying out for that same level of love.
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Old 01-26-2016, 09:55 PM
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I'd settle for bringing certain planes to a practical standard (missing fuel gauges)
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Old 01-27-2016, 05:26 AM
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Agree with the above two posts, 109's, 47's, Spits, etc could really use a cockpit retexture. With that said ill never get tired of more flyables though. Any updates a good update.
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Old 01-27-2016, 06:14 AM
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Absolutely agree. While new flyables are always welcome (Me 210/410) I don´t think they are the most important missing parts.
Thanks to TD, we already have an almost unbelievable number of planes. A number that, from what I can see, no other Sim will ever reach. The same is true for maps and theaters. On the other hand, Il-2 1946 will never be able to reach the standards of graphics of more recent sims. So why try? Ok, bringing it closer might help to get some more pilots in their seats.
Thus, where Il-2 1946 shines most is offline, because of the number of planes and theaters, the huge community created content and because of the quality of AI. This is in many ways still far better than in the newer sims.
Still, we have some threads in this forum with very interesting ideas and suggestions of how to improve this even more. This would be number one of my personal wish-list.

But whatever you guys from TD do, be sure it is appreciatted.
Thank you very much indeed!
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Old 01-27-2016, 10:40 AM
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We have lots of flyables without adequate missions for them.
I accept doing them for love, but what's the point on flying a rescue ship, where there are no rescue missions to implement fot it.

Pilot's rescue missions were most daring. They were flown everywhere, from the north sea, to the black sea, in europe, and the whole of the pacific scenery.

Those boats played the mine laying role also, and the long range scouts too.
But whats the point on flying them on il2, as bombers? fighters?

They were used on those roles where there was none other availale.

Be sure, I love them, more than many fighters, but I believe that we lack the mission functionality here to employ them as they should.

There are also some funny missions to be done, like flying Bismarcks Arado, trying to shot down the Swordfishs that will eventually bring it to his doom.

This sim, needs to evolve to a combat scenery, a low graphics one, but a whole combat scenery, just to bring more sense on campaign generation.
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