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  1. Wow! A big thanks to you for sharing that, love it!
  2. Hi all, For me, as a true Viggen freak, the M90 camo gets me hot, turned on actually. But what I see from the liveries available there isn't a true 1:1 camo real-life variant? The standard DCS variant has many error especially on the fuselage. I have downloaded a few liveries but all seems to follow the standard template. I don't have enough competence to do it myself, therefore the question Thx!
  3. This could really come in handy! Nice work and thanks for sharing!
  4. Thank you for mentioning it, I will certainly have a try with that one as well.
  5. You know, that's very kind of you and all help is appreciated! The base translation has been done by automation in MS Word, it's really practical, but needs editing where translation is lacking. Also, the auto-translate often misses some crucial grammar and sentence building. When version 1.0 is done, you're more than welcome to do some proofreading, I will post the link here in this thread. Thanks!
  6. Thanks guys! I'm now the process of translating it into english. Here is a rough work-in-progress: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RY0PL5KTbTrr6ruNS3k4rlKJHI5MrWRw/view?usp=sharing The goal is to do a proper translation and not just run it through Google Translate. There are many differences between the swedish and enlish labguage in terms of grammar etc. This should be done right. I have some help from the JA-37 SFI that is in english as well I'll keep you posted!
  7. Thanks! This is my tribute to those who worked hard, including yourself, to bring these historically important documents to the wider public. Once you get into it it's kind of addicitve
  8. Thanks man! Yes, Swedish is kinda hard to learn on a whim But hte English translation is on it's way, probably within a couple of weeks or so. I'm starting working on part 1 next week to keep things rolling. After the SFI's are done, I'm starting on converting ATIS 37 which is the documentation in the SWAF to learn to fly the Viggen, with excercises and stuff!
  9. Hi, Being a Viggen "fanatic", I have started converting the existing photocopies of the SFI AJS37 documents. The result is pure editable documents, cleaned up and graphics replaced where possible, made to look like the original in every detail. Part 2 is done and available in PDF, Word (.docx), LibreOffice Writer (.odt) and Google Docs. Part 1 and 3 is not finished yet, but on their way. Note that English translation is not yet redy, still in Swedish, but translation is in progress. ------------- EDIT 2021-05-15: Alternative download site, if Google isn't your thing: https://mwiden-drive.mycozy.cloud/public?sharecode=C54SB1PzfeTa ------------- You can download the documents here: PDF: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13vKNNoA_fBRBhUXZ5HCHbY52ua9rXTiJ/view?usp=sharing Word: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bMoC3QjLIFwEW114qtPtcvKRvNGL4-so/view?usp=sharing LibreOffice: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mdBcX0PoIzha-L1j0Sx3CpVabTzYgh5u/view?usp=sharing Google Docs: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FJMugBybvTbtgefRkoKo0pu9ZNDd07cI-HAghUVr3-w/edit?usp=sharing Main Google Drive page with all formats: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1sqTglv4e53EsgJyd_dfbutUxMcAehxGY?usp=sharing For more info (in Swedish) on the project and it's progress, see https://mwiden.gitbook.io/ajs37/ I could have put this topic as a post in the AJS37 documentation topic, but since it's work in progress that will take months, I figured I'd put it in a separate thread.
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