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  1. I have it bound to a joystick button. I just thought there might be something obvious I was doing wrong. Thanks for the response.
  2. I am working on an Xsaitekpanels .ini config and I have managed to map most functions. For the AP button, I mapped CL650/FCP/ap_eng but it does not work. The button is dead. I tried some datarefs, but no joy. Any suggestions? Arrowdynamixx
  3. This looks great! The MU-2 is always the sexiest airframe on the GA ramp! Will the GTN 750/650 be supported as well? It would be nice to have an all glass avionics update.
  4. Thanks for the comment. I really only do liveries that I have some affinity for. I would suggest you post this in a requested liveries forum or on Discord.
  5. Hi Monbonlupin: Yes, it is normal. This is the anti-slip pad for when egress is through the emergency exit on the right side to keep passengers from slipping and falling off the wing. You can see it visible in the real example: It is standard in the paint kit. I did not have to add it. I hope that explains it. Thanks for your interest in the livery. Did you get a chance to wander around the custom FBO? I'd be interested in a critique, although with the resolution of the textures it's a bit difficult to do any more. I will be updating the livery with fonts closer to real life, so check back in the next day or two. Cheers!
  6. Thanks for the comment. Perhaps you could elaborate? What is missing/different? I haven't been able to find any good photos of the top of the wing, so I have put everything there I could identify out of what I have found so far. Any additional information would be welcome and I will update the livery. Thanks!!
  7. Thanks for the comment. Regarding the badges in the cabin, the source images are HD but the textures they sit on are not. Removed in the update
  8. Version 1.2

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    This livery is of the latest addition to the fleet of 412 Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force. The Challenger 650 is designated as the CC-144D in the RCAF inventory. The example that is the subject of the livery, 144620, was delivered to the squadron on 30 June 2020. 412 Transport Squadron is based in the Ottawa, Ontario in Canada’s National Capital Region. The squadron maintains a three-hour notice-to-move posture 365 days a year in support of Government of Canada and Canadian Armed Forces global transport requirements. Though primarily known for VIP transport, the CC-144 Challenger is also capable of command-and-liaison and emergency medical evacuation roles in support of CAF operations. The squadron operates two different Bombardier CC-144 Challengers: the CC-144C (civilian model 604) and the CC-144D (civilian model 650). The squadron is part of 8 Wing Trenton and is based out of the Pilot Officer John Gillespie Magee, Jr. Annex at Ottawa's MacDonald-Cartier International Airport (CYOW). The Annex is named for a 412 Squadron Spitfire pilot who wrote the highly popular poem “High Flight”. Check out the customization of the FBO reidentified as the PO J.G. Magee, Jr. Annex. If you don't want the custom FBO textures, remove the following files from the livery Objects file: FBO_002.png FBO_Decals.png FBO_Labels.png A YouTube video of the aircraft leaving the Bombardier factory in Montreal may be viewed at:
  9. View File RCAF 412 Squadron for Hot Start Challenger 650 with Custom FBO This livery is of the latest addition to the fleet of 412 Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force. The Challenger 650 is designated as the CC-144D in the RCAF inventory. The example that is the subject of the livery, 144620, was delivered to the squadron on 30 June 2020. 412 Transport Squadron is based in the Ottawa, Ontario in Canada’s National Capital Region. The squadron maintains a three-hour notice-to-move posture 365 days a year in support of Government of Canada and Canadian Armed Forces global transport requirements. Though primarily known for VIP transport, the CC-144 Challenger is also capable of command-and-liaison and emergency medical evacuation roles in support of CAF operations. The squadron operates two different Bombardier CC-144 Challengers: the CC-144C (civilian model 604) and the CC-144D (civilian model 650). The squadron is part of 8 Wing Trenton and is based out of the Pilot Officer John Gillespie Magee, Jr. Annex at Ottawa's MacDonald-Cartier International Airport (CYOW). The Annex is named for a 412 Squadron Spitfire pilot who wrote the highly popular poem “High Flight”. Check out the customization of the FBO reidentified as the PO J.G. Magee, Jr. Annex. If you don't want the custom FBO textures, remove the following files from the livery Objects file: FBO_002.png FBO_Decals.png FBO_Labels.png A YouTube video of the aircraft leaving the Bombardier factory in Montreal may be viewed at: Submitter Arrowdynamixx Submitted 02/06/2022 Category Hot Start Challenger 650 Livery For https://www.x-aviation.com/catalog/product_info.php/take-command-hot-start-challenger-650-p-212  
  10. Thanks for the response. Well understood. The support and the new paint kit are certainly appreciated.
  11. First of all, the level of engagement by your team, along with the airplane itself, raises the bar to a level to which all other developers should aspire! Thanks! Thanks for the offer. I have attached the PSD file. This is not critical for my current project. I had noticed it in Discord and tested it and thought I would pass it along. Thanks for that. I'll paint in the proper place. This is really helpful. Thanks again for your prompt reply. The total experience with the aircraft and the developers has been a delight. Keep up the good work! Fuselage_Front.psd
  12. For the stripe on the pressure flap, the texture was in a separate area of the UV map (bottom right) than in the initial release. It is now coming from the area of the door, so the original does not work. Since it is in the same area, there is no possibility of an adjustment, since it will change the texture for the surrounding door area. As for the nose area, it was mentioned on Discord, so I included it here. It was not likely correct in the first release. The stripe across the panel behind the APU exhaust is likely from a different area on the map, but it would be easier if it was simply aligned with the base texture.
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