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Sabre Pilots Briefing Room / Virus notification
« Last post by kremin on August 21, 2010, 11:02:47 AM »
Hi there,
I'm getting a warning from my antivirus program (ESET NOD32) when I try to open the website homepage I am able to access other pages directly. Warning is for..HTML/ScrInject.B.Gen virus.

Never seen it before but thought you ought to know - hopefully it's a false positive.

best regards

Rick Canham
South Australia

...looking forward to the CAC Sabre.....
SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / Re: How you control Sound?
« Last post by --Randy-- on August 16, 2010, 02:50:16 AM »
I will give it a try...thanks.
SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / Re: Looks like I'm the first one back!
« Last post by Stovepipe_86 on August 15, 2010, 09:38:23 PM »

     TigerPack Leader,

   Here you go,  FS2004 North American F-86E/F Sabre SP1

Updated gauges for the SECTIONF8 F-86E/F
Sabre, fixing problems with speed brakes
and auto pilot.
Requires previous installation of base
package (SF86EF.ZIP). Also included are
two replacement bitmaps for the skin
texture pack (, installation
By Hansjoerg Naegele, SectionF8

SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / Re: Hows the version of F-86D/K/L evolving?
« Last post by Stovepipe_86 on August 15, 2010, 09:33:49 PM »

      I like the old classics myself,  The Navy Fury, F102, F-106, F-80, T-33 etc......
SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / Re: How you control Sound?
« Last post by Stovepipe_86 on August 15, 2010, 09:24:08 PM »

      You could use a different jet sound that you can control the volume too. Try using the Default Lear
      Or use the sound file from you can also use the sound from this Gmax F-86 Sabre for FS2004
      by Kirk Olsson. Hope this helps.  :)
SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / Re: Pilot won't show up
« Last post by Stovepipe_86 on August 15, 2010, 09:10:01 PM »

      Hi Everyone,
     I can't seem to see my pilot in your Sabrejet, What can I do?   Thanx.

Sabre Pilots Briefing Room / Re: We'd like to know ...
« Last post by Stovepipe_86 on August 15, 2010, 08:59:45 PM »


     I use FS9 mostly because my computer  isn't  powerful enough to run FSX.  :)
SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / PS...
« Last post by chuckenomics on August 10, 2010, 07:05:00 PM »
and its not just the realism, its the LOOK. the cockpit is just great to look at. i was zooming in on the landing gear, cockpit instruments from outside view...i mean the detail is incredible. maybe there are other aircraft out there in the sim world that are just as good. i havent found any. this sim just makes you FEEL like you are in there. the sounds, the look, everything. i know im a little late in discovering the f-86 from you guys, so you have probably heard alot of this already. alot of the comments i have read, say the same things. so being new to this, bare with me. i am starting to feel guilty for flying in fs9. i have fsx, but even with a newer pc, i cant run it full it throttle and enjoy the smoothness that i have with fs9. i am happy with it, but this plane needs better. and from what i have read online, alot of sim-pilots feel the same. fs9 is just better. going flying. thanks again!
SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / ACM
« Last post by chuckenomics on August 10, 2010, 06:54:00 PM »
i almost wanted to call this WOW, part 3, but i will refrain. i have been flying every day, and am still amazed. i do have a couple of questions. i was looking in an earlier post and someone was asking about the gun system not working. i did try it (after taxiing to a secluded part of the airfield :) and activated the system, and nothing happened. not a big deal at all. at least for me, but is there a fix? or a hidden switch i havent found? what i am really interested in is ACM. i am currently going thru the basics. i am doing alot of cross-country flight. i am using patrick afb as my home base, and at the moment flying to hill afb. the radio and compass systems are amazing. i love it. fuel management is also something i have been paying alot of attention to. i doubt i will ever have the chance to fly a real f-86, but this is as close as i think you can get. again, what a great job your team has done. i was wondering if there is a website out there that has some info on i have looked a little, but really havent found what i am looking for. something that goes in-depth as far as say...what the real world fighter-pilots are taught. does that make any sense? im sure if i hunt, i can pick from here and there, but i wanted to ask if maybe anyone knew of a place to shopping, so to speak. i spent hours doing pattern flights...ok, im still in cessna mode, i guess..i have yet to greese a landing, but i am getting there. there is so much to watch. i know most of the other ac designers strive for the detail in the little things, but as im sure you know, you have surpassed them all. at least to me. the more attention to detail, the better. and so, for that reason, i am looking to come as close to actual fighter/combat flying as i can. thats what this plane was made to do. im not looking to be a thunderbird, and as long as i have been flying, i dont do alot of multi-player flight. i should give it another try now that i have this plane, but i want to take the time and learn as much as i can about flying this beautiful ac before i do. ok...again, great job! thanks for any help you can give me. i have had no problems what-so-ever with any of the things that some of the other people in the forums have asked issues, missing this or that. everything has worked great. now i am ready to really sit down and learn. thanks again!
SF8 Sabre - FS9 Support / Re: How can I get it work under Windows 7?
« Last post by paridom on August 09, 2010, 11:59:19 PM »
Thankyou, Hansi,
meanwhile I've got it running fine on W7, don't know what the problem was before.  >:( Now I shall do some testflights with the F-86  ;D

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