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Painting FAQ`s for X-Plane


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#1 Leen3131cs

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 03:24 PM

Its my intention to create a Repaint FAQ`s for X-Plane likewise the one we have here for MSFS , in time,step by step.

It wil take time to gather information and find the time to set it in writing
Nevertheles I`ll give it a try
Keep in mind this will all be about specific X-Plane-painting- issues
There will be no answer to the question " Please tell me how to use Photoshop?" there are plenty of manuals on the net to read.

Questions and answers are collected by me or my fellow moderators and reproduced in these FAQ`s
This means this faq will only grow vividly when X-Plane-painters visit this forum and start asking .

I must emphasize I am not having a complete knowledge about repainting
I am just a collector of answers and questions
For additional questions and /or answers , or better answers to the present questions please contact me by mail or PM
OR just post on the Painters-Forum.
Any help to improve this FAQ`s is welcomed gratefully.
Reacting here on this topic is not possible.

Leen de Jager

"Non licet omnibus volare cum aquilis" (Azzurro)

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