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Bringing the WAS back to Life!

Post  RvP93 on Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:33 am

Dear Fellow members,

It's been around 2 years ago that we where busy with the WAS and it actually died out.
So I'm trying to get it back alive again! Smile
I hope some of the old members could join us again like Ashley, Alex and Robert (forum moderators and coders of the set).
So guys If you're still alive please let me know.

I'm currently working on a new Tracking Table of the r1167(the latest version) to get a nice overview of what is coded all ready.
Then I probably will look what isn't coded and what paints are still available.
I'm trying also to learn some code so we can keep up with the paints done and code them in Smile

Cheerz,
Rens!
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Re: Bringing the WAS back to Life!

Post  Huub007 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:18 am

I can help, if someone can teach me a bit how to code. I can also help painting.

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Re: Bringing the WAS back to Life!

Post  RvP93 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 7:51 am

Hi Huub,

Nice to hear you're in.
Unless some old members who can code are in I'll have to figure that thing out my self.
keep posting quality paints that aren't done jet.

Greets,
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Post  Huub007 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 8:30 am

Yep,

I'll try to work up a, sort of, to-do list. For now I think: some 787-8 and some older planes.

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Re: Bringing the WAS back to Life!

Post  RvP93 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 8:43 am

Plz wait with 787, greyscale needs to be confirmed
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Post  RvP93 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 8:45 am

Better do some old paints, try to see with planespotters.net if an Airline had a planeet type
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Post  Huub007 on Thu Jan 30, 2014 12:19 am

Okay, I'll also look up on the devzone wich are planned to be added in the set soon.

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Post  Huub007 on Fri Jan 31, 2014 8:06 am

What do you think about this?

TO-DO:

To-do:

A330-300:
- KLM
- Iberia
- Air Europa
- Aeroflot
- China Southern
- Air Berlin

A330-200:
- Lufthansa
- Air Europa
- Aerolineas Argentinas
- China Eastern
- China Southern
- US Airways
- Air Berlin
- Brussels Airlines

A319:
- US Airways
- China Southern
- American

A321:
- US Airways
- Delta
- Aeroflot
- American

B727-100:
- Lufthansa
- ANA

B747-100:
- Qantas
- Air Canada
- Air France
- Lufthansa
- ANA
- American Airlines
- Delta
- Pan AM
- TWA
- Iberia

A340-300:
- Singapore Airlines

B747-200:
- Korean
- Air France
- ANA
- Lufthansa
- Singapore Airlines

B747-300:
- KLM
- Qantas
- Cathay
- Air France
- Singapore Airlines
- Iberia

B747-400:
- Aerolineas Argentinas
- Thai Airways
- Iberia

B777F:
- Korean Air (Cargo)
- Lufthansa (Cargo)
- TNT

B767-200(ER):
- JAL
- American Airlines (ER)
- US Airways (ER)

B767-300(ER):
- Aeromexico(ER)
- American(ER)
- British Airways(ER)

DC-8-30:
- SAS

DC-8-40:
- Air Canada
- Alitalia
- SAS

DC-8-50:
- Air Canada
- Delta

DC-90-30:
- Delta

DC-9-40:
- Delta

DC-10-10:
- American Airlines
- Continental Airlines
- Delta
- United Airlines

DC-10-30:
- KLM
- Northwest Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- Swissair

DC-10-40:
- JAL

MD-11:
- Delta
- Korean
- American
- China Eastern
- Garuda
- Jal
- Swissair

B717-200:
- Delta
- Blue1

B737-100:
- American Airlines
- US Airways

B737-200:
- Austrian Airlines
- Air Canada
- Lufthansa
- KLM
- Transavia
- American Airlines
- Delta

Fokker 100:
- Austrian Airlines
- Air France
- American Airlines
- Korean Air
- USair
- Air Berlin

B737-400:
- Lufthansa
- Thai Airways

B737-700:
- China Eastern
- China Southern

B737-800
- Air Europa
- Aerolineas Argentinas
- Aeroflot
- Aeromexico
- China Eastern
- China Southern
- Korean Air
- American

B777-200(ER):
- China Southern (ER and standard)

B777-300(ER):
- Aeroflot (ER)
- China Eastern(ER)
- China Southern(ER)
- Swiss International Airlines(ER)
- Thai Airways (ER and standard)

A300-600R:
- China Eastern
- Korean
- Lufhtansa




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Re: Bringing the WAS back to Life!

Post  RvP93 on Sat Feb 01, 2014 11:42 pm

Looks good to me but skip the 757
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Post  Huub007 on Sat Feb 01, 2014 11:45 pm

Only Delta 757-200 Then? I do miss Delta 757's, they are the largest operator.

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Post  RvP93 on Sat Feb 01, 2014 11:50 pm

No, maybe we need to make a new greyscale so its a waste of time
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Post  Huub007 on Sat Feb 01, 2014 11:53 pm

757's greyscales are there

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Post  RvP93 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 12:19 am

RvP93 wrote:No, maybe we need to make a new greyscale so its a waste of time
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Post  Huub007 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 12:23 am

Why would we have to?

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Post  RvP93 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 12:36 am

because it's not good enough, we were arguing about that years ago
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Post  Huub007 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:27 am

Okay I edited the list. How are you doing with learning to code?

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Post  RvP93 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 7:06 am

Still working on the r1167 Tracking table almost finished with that
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Post  Huub007 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 7:10 am

Ok, keep up I'm going to order the to-do for when we will do it.

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Post  Huub007 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 8:14 am

So a plan; what do you think?

plan:

Boeing 727-100: Lufthansa [WIP Huub007]
Boeing 747-100: Qantas
Boeing 747-300: KLM
Boeing 767-200(ER): American Airlines
Boeing 777F: Lufthansa Cargo
DC-8-30: SAS
DC-9-40: Delta
DC-10-10: American Airlines
BAe 146-200: Lufthansa (Cityline)
Airbus A330-300: KLM
Airbus A330-200: Lufthansa
Airbus A319: US Airways
Airbus A321: Delta Air Lines
Airbus A340-300: Singapore
Boeing 747-200: Korean Air
Boeing 747-400: Iberia
Boeing 767-300(ER): American Airlines
DC-8-40: Alitalia
DC-8-50: Delta
DC-9-30: Delta
DC-10-30: KLM
DC-10-40: JAL
MD-11: Delta
Boeing 737-100: American Airlines
Boeing 737-200: Lufthansa
Fokker 100: Air France
Boeing 737-700: China Eastern
Boeing 737-800: Korean Air
Boeing 777-300(ER and standard): Thai Airways
Airbus A300-600R: Lufthansa
Boeing 747-100: Air Canada
Boeing 747-300: Qantas
Boeing 767-200(ER): US Airways
BAe 146-200: British Airways
DC-8-40: SAS
DC-8-40: Air Canada
DC-8-50: Delta
DC-10-10: Continental Airlines
MD-11: Korean
Boeing 737-100: US Airways
Boeing 737-400: Thai Airways
Boeing 737-700: China Southern
Boeing 737-800: Aerolineas
Fokker 100: Austrian
Airbus A300-600R: Korean
Boeing 777-300(ER): Aeroflot
DC-10-30: Northwest Airlines
MD-11: Garuda
Boeing 737-200: KLM
Airbus A330-300: Iberia
Airbus A330-200: Air Europa
Airbus A319: American Airlines
Airbus A321: American Airlines
Boeing 747-100: Air France
Boeing 747-200: Air France
Boeing 747-300: Cathay Pacific
Boeing 747-400: Thai Airways
Boeing 777F: Korean Air Cargo
Boeing 767-200: JAL
Boeing 767-300(ER): British Airways
DC-10-10: Delta
DC-10-30: Singapore Airlines
MD-11: American Airlines
Fokker 100: American Airlines
Boeing 737-800: Air Europa
Boeing 777-300(ER): China Eastern
Airbus A300-600R: China Eastern
Airbus A330-300: Air Europa
Airbus A330-200: Aerolineas Argentinas
Airbus A319: China Southern
Airbus A321: US Airways
Boeing 747-100: Lufthansa
Boeing 747-200: ANA
Boeing 747-300: Air France
Boeing 747-400: Aerolineas Argentinas
Boeing 767-300(ER): Aeromexico
DC-10-10: United Airlines
DC-10-30: Swissair
MD-11: China Eastern
Boeing 737-200: Air Canada
Fokker 100: Korean Air
Boeing 737-800: Aeroflot
Boeing 777-300(ER): China Southern
Airbus A330-300: Aeroflot
Airbus A330-200: China Eastern
Airbus A321: Aeroflot
Boeing 747-100: ANA
Boeing 747-200: Lufthansa
Boeing 747-300: Singapore
Boeing 777F: TNT
Boeing 737-900ER: Delta
MD-11: JAL
Boeing 737-200: Transavia
Fokker 100: US Aor
Boeing 737-800: Aeromexico
Boeing 777-300(ER): Swiss International Airlines
Airbus A330-300: China Southern
Airbus A330-200: China Southern
Boeing 747-100: American Airlines
Boeing 747-200: Singapore Airlines
Boeing 747-300: Iberia
MD-11: Swissair
Boeing 737-200: American Airlines
Fokker 100: Air Berlin
Boeing 737-800: China Eastern
Airbus A330-200: US Airways
Boeing 747-100: Delta
Boeing 737-200: Delta
Boeing 737-800: China Southern
Airbus A330-300: Air Berlin
Airbus A330-200: Air Berlin
Boeing 747-100: Pan Am
Boeing 737-800: American Airlines
Boeing 747-100: TWA
Airbus A330-200: Brussels Airlines
Boeing 747-100: Iberia




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Re: Bringing the WAS back to Life!

Post  RvP93 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:13 am

long list
make what you like, but keep it realistic. So don't make paint of an airline on an aircraft they don't have.
Then its al fine by me Wink
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Post  Huub007 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:30 am

Yes, it's long. All of these are realistic (all were/are owned by the airlines)

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Post  RvP93 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:32 am

Then it's ok.

You can easily use other paints to create new aircraft for that airline.
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Post  Huub007 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:42 am

Yep, I'm now using your 727-200 Lufthansa as an example for my 727-100

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Post  RvP93 on Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:50 am

Nice Gj!
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Post  Dyuha on Wed Feb 05, 2014 9:02 am

hello. where i can download the new set? if it is possible. and what do you think about an225 (mriya)?
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