Posts by Marine1

    Hey mate, right now they are uploading it to the DC Designs F-15 section of Military paints. Try that.

    Where are you in the world with such a great speed?

    I'm in the United States, Nebraska.

    You CAN still fly, but only in cached areas. You can specify which area/areas you want to store downloaded on your HDD/SSD, and provided they aren't too huge, you can fly them with the servers down.

    Thank you for that. I didn't think it was possible. Now, how to figure out how to set that up.

    I'm 100% digital. But I have to side with ToyneFire a bit. I'd like to have discs so that if the servers are down I can still fly. If they are down, or my internet is down, I can't fly. It sucks mostly as a developer. Checking your paints and you can't fly, puts it off a few hours to a day.

    I have my own opinion on game/simulator, that I'll keep to myself. As for min specs, I kill all of them. My internet speed is above 750mbs.

    I honestly don't know how the disc version works for flying and updates. That said, I don't know if you still need an internet connection to fly if you buy the discs. Mine is digital/internet, and I hate it. I would love it if it was like FS2004/FSX where you can install the game on a hard drive and play it at will. With the digital/internet version, you are tied to having a good internet connection and them having their servers up and running. If your internet is down, or the servers are down, you can't fly.... period!!

    Depends on where you live. Some Countries have access to the disc version, others are internet only. Countries that are internet only rely on a good internet connection, as well as the servers being up and running. And yes, they do go offline quite a bit.

    Follow this link:…=msfs2020+create+liveries. You'll find a 7 livery tutorials there.

    Decent link, if you know how to paint. I'm guessing the OP hasn't painted before. Ross, if this is your first attempt, don't do it for this game. I've been painting since FS-95, as well as this game and DCS and P3D. GIMP is freeware for making liveries, but most people use Photoshop. Either one will suffice. A medium PC will do just fine for painting.

    I just want to get the attention of whoever thought 30 days is enough time to paint a plane in the "Requests" page.

    I don't know if "management" has a clue on painting planes, or not. That said, not all paints are easily done. Default planes have basic paint kits, and can easily be done. 3rd party planes, not so much. The MB-339 has an excellent paint kit, where as the DC Designs F-15 does not. I'm sure there are others.

    I decided to paint a "request" paint. However, there is no way it would or could be done in 30 days. I can upload a "completed" paint inside the 30 days, however, it will not be a finished project paint.

    I just want "Admin" to be realistic. Most paints will not be done in 30 days that are requested. You need to throw a bone and help us painters to paint. Otherwise, the paints requested, will not be done. Throw us a bone, make the time done 45-60 days.

    I'll upload my paint inside the 30 days so I don't get a penalty. But I'll also note that it is not a finished project. Ball is in your court!!!

    No problem. I just started on the F-15 Aggressors paint, so when I'm done with that one, I'll do those 3. It will be about a month before I might get to them.