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Old 10-16-2018, 10:33 AM   #11
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I usually unzip, then you just add the folder to the ED folder in a new one...any name you like.
that's where jsgme finds them and adds them, sure it works pretty much like ovgme but I believe there are steps to take if you want to swap over or use both.
thanks though Holton, ill try manual later, the mod structure is the same as the rest so not sure why its not working....maybe crew chief got the hump
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maybe crew chief got the hump
Looks like it ;-)
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Old 01-12-2019, 07:18 PM   #13
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Holton181, can this mod be installed manually without Jsgme or Ovgme? If so, can you tell me where to place the files?
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Holton181, can this mod be installed manually without Jsgme or Ovgme? If so, can you tell me where to place the files?
Yes it can. Inside the zip there is a folder with the same name as the zip. The content of that folder goes directly into the main DCS install folder, same tree structure. Overwrite all files. I suggest you make a backup of the original files first.
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Thank you very much Holton!! I got it to work and it is just like looking down from the bubble window of my Crane!! It's awesome!
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Thank you very much Holton!! I got it to work and it is just like looking down from the bubble window of my Crane!! It's awesome!
Glad you like it
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Like this! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BMT...ature=youtu.be
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They are pretty impressive!
Engines, a cockpit and some rotors, what more can one which for?
Actually I didn't know about the hoist operator in the back.
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great video.................pants music!
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Actually I didn't know about the hoist operator in the back.

That back seat is a pilot station and when we are doing precision lift work, such as building a power line or placing an air conditioner up on top of a building, a pilot will occupy that position and there will be a fly-by-wire stick installed on the right side. The collective on the left is always there and is mechanically connected to the flight controls. That pilot is able to pick up and place the loads with great precision. The two up front will fly it back and forth between the pick site and set site.
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