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    Senior Member FlatSpinMan's Avatar
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    Done something fun or cool with Cliffs of Dover's Full Mission Builder that others might like to see or know about? Tell us all about it here.
     

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    I added my own aerodrome object and some runway points to an existing airfield:
     

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    Is it possible to control the speed of vehicles? They run around far too quickly at the moment .
     

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    Brando, FMB is still not fully functional so I assume they'll get around to fixing it.

    I haven't had any time to look into vehicles as just trying to start the engine in my Hurri is giving me fits with full CEM.
     

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    2 Questions. How do you make static aircraft in FMB, Put a/c in at Manston hoping to strafe, but they were all in the air when I arrived.
    There were static objects in il-2,
    2, I cannot seem to install Campaigns, can you direct me to an installation guide please
    Love the game, graphics are amazing,
    thank you...& MERRY CHRISTMAS to all
     

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    Originally posted by retiredflyings:
    2 Questions. How do you make static aircraft in FMB, Put a/c in at Manston hoping to strafe, but they were all in the air when I arrived.
    There were static objects in il-2,
    2, I cannot seem to install Campaigns, can you direct me to an installation guide please
    Love the game, graphics are amazing,
    thank you...& MERRY CHRISTMAS to all
    Hi retiredflyingings!

    Click on "View" then "Object Browser" then "Static" and finally on "Aircraft" to place static a/c.

    You can try here for info on campaigns:
    http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/forumdisplay.php?f=203

    The sorry state of this sim and the uncertainty of what effect future patches may have on new campaigns/missions has killed off a lot of interest.......
     

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