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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #120 on: August 27, 2015, 07:57:16 PM »

Nice mate!

Here's a skin from M4T to go better with that Storch: http://www.mission4today.com/index.php?name=Downloads2&file=details&id=6763
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #121 on: August 28, 2015, 07:53:10 AM »

Thank you Uzin and Tom2. There is a busy weekend ahead for me to find out what I have missed. Wish me luck.  ;)
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #122 on: August 30, 2015, 09:43:48 AM »

Chutch of St.Save in Beograd, as made by Molva and nachprod aka Murdoc of Aviaskins:

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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #123 on: August 30, 2015, 01:21:32 PM »

The St. Sava Church was not yet built, it was completed only recently.

St. Michael's cathedral:







St. Mark's:









The St. Sava Church only had its foundations completed by the time of war, and it remained so until 1980's when construction was restarted. It is still not fully completed.

But that model can be put to good use to represent a generic Serbian Orthodox monastery.





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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #124 on: August 30, 2015, 01:53:49 PM »

@   Radoye:
I think it is misunderstanding: so called small church of St.Sava was modelled, not that built in 1980s.
Look here:

http://www.fotex.biz/countries/serbia/belgrade/3811101050/

or here:

http://forum.aviaskins.com/showthread.php?t=4094&page=2    post 39

or here:

http://cannundrum.blogspot.cz/2013/06/temple-and-church-of-st-sava-belgrade.html

A small church of St.Sava was built in 1895.

A question: where is the orthodox monastery (you mentioned above) located, please ?
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #125 on: August 30, 2015, 08:36:32 PM »

D'oh silly me, right, i see now  ;D


Monasteries - they're pretty much everywhere. See this map:



It shows the Serbian Orthodox eparchies.

And here: http://www.manastiri.rs/

you have a table which lists all the eparchies with the number of monasteries they contain. Clicking on each will give you a detailed list with photos for most, as well as a map showing the position of each monastery within the eparchy (the red symbols with a square base and a cross, the others are parish churches).

I hope this helps!
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #126 on: August 31, 2015, 03:30:32 AM »

Thank you very much, Radoye !
I shall try to implement at least some of the churches at proper places , using Kiev aand Peterburg temples as placeholders. If anybody will create more true objects, they can than easily be  replaced.
You see, I started to work on Serbia map a bit too in a hurry, usually I devote more time to study of reality. Nevertheless, with the help of you and other  community menbers, I hope the wotk will go well, too.
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #127 on: August 31, 2015, 04:40:33 AM »

Bf109 AI planes disappear on Donje Polje AF at Beograd, after landing , taxiing to stop and switching out the engine.

This weird behaviour (1, 2, 3) occurs in UP3RC4, but not in 4.10 SAS modact 3.06 and modded 4.12_2 versions of Il2.
Dear Ivan,

Could you please provide all necessary things to reproduce the issue?
I guess it's this map plus a mission you've created in FMB, so we have the first, but please provide some download link for the second.

Best regards - Mike
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #128 on: August 31, 2015, 10:59:03 AM »

Thank you very much, Radoye !
I shall try to implement at least some of the churches at proper places , using Kiev aand Peterburg temples as placeholders. If anybody will create more true objects, they can than easily be  replaced.
You see, I started to work on Serbia map a bit too in a hurry, usually I devote more time to study of reality. Nevertheless, with the help of you and other  community menbers, I hope the wotk will go well, too.

No worries mate, i'm glad to help if i can. :)
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #129 on: September 01, 2015, 07:51:11 AM »

Bf109 AI planes disappear on Donje Polje AF at Beograd, after landing , taxiing to stop and switching out the engine.

This weird behaviour (1, 2, 3) occurs in UP3RC4, but not in 4.10 SAS modact 3.06 and modded 4.12_2 versions of Il2.
Dear Ivan,

Could you please provide all necessary things to reproduce the issue?
I guess it's this map plus a mission you've created in FMB, so we have the first, but please provide some download link for the second.

Best regards - Mike
Here is the package Serbia_compare.7z:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/e97o906eavcz0jd/Serbia_compare.7z

which contains new folder Serbia_RC2, where actors.static was repaired,
and the mission called 0_1a4_RC2_Avtree.mis .
Both these items, i.e. folder and mission file, were installed both into TD4.01 SAS modact ver3.06, and UP3RC4.
The mission contains 4 Yugoslav Bf-109 F2 AI planes and one German, the players one.
After running the mission, push Ctrl-F2 and you will see the AI planes taking off near Beograd, circling and landing , taxiing to stop.
While in UP3RC4 the AI planes disappear after switching off the engine, in the other Il-2 version planes remain at stops, as it should be.

Note: my UP3RC4 is the original one, without new improvements added recently. It resides on external disc.

Thank you for your time and patiency with my delayed posts.
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #130 on: September 02, 2015, 05:51:46 AM »

@ Radoye and everybody else knowing it :
A question:
was there river port in Beograd in 1941 ?
 It is absent so far on Avala's danube there.
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Re: Map of Serbia (part of former Yugoslavia) Unfinished.
« Reply #131 on: September 02, 2015, 08:18:05 AM »

@ Radoye and everybody else knowing it :
A question:
was there river port in Beograd in 1941 ?
 It is absent so far on Avala's danube there.


It was located on the right bank of the Sava River, near its confluence into Danube, between the King Alexander bridge (destroyed in 1941, post-war replaced with Brankov bridge) and the Kalemegdan fort.

You can see it in this photo (the Alexander bridge is already destroyed, with two pontoon bridges visible in its place):



Also, please note the location of the main railway station with the huge marshaling yard between it and the Sava river bank, with some tracks continuing on towards the port.

Ratno Ostrvo island at the very confluence seems to be flooded by the high waters.

You might find this useful too:



It's the map showing the pre-war tram lines in Belgrade in 1933. You can see the location of the then existing bridges (Alexander bridge is still being built, it was completed in December 1934) and the locations of some of the city landmarks.


These maps:




...shows the extent of the built-up urbanized areas in and around Belgrade at the time of WW2 (it actually depicts the operations during the liberation of the city in October 1944).

And here's one nice detailed Kalemegdan Fortress map:


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