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Pierre Pouyanne

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Help, j'ai besoin de votre aide
« on: February 13, 2019, 05:40:21 AM »

French, I can not find any answer (or do not want to answer me)?
I am an old man who has become new after a 2 year absence, so here is what brings me, I have IL2 V 4.07m, and I was part of that time team FAFLV (so I used SAS) So, I contacted them, and Snowy kindly answered me, and dictated what I had to do, but here at 70 years it does not fit like 20 years, so I row, more I do not look to compete, or to do real flying (for that I would have committed to the air force), I'm just looking to have fun and have fun flying on devices so I create the reskins , myself, and walk around fighting AI and especially not take me the cabbage, just have a good time with other fans.Or or my questions I have the mod EMS, I thank you here, but for me it's too complicated for me, so a MOD without doing the checklist, just the pleasure of flying simply, create reskins and create missions that suits me perfectly.
Can someone help me?
PS: Two period concerns me, the war of Spain (by atavism) and the French period of 1940.


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Re: Help, j'ai besoin de votre aide
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2019, 07:39:14 AM »

Si tu mets un titre en français pourquoi écrire ensuite en anglais ?
J'ai rien compris !
Ah si une chose : tu utilises le pack de chez EMS ?
Donc tu utilises le pack IES ! Exact ?
Alors ici on n'a pas la possibilité d'aider pour le pack IES !
En revanche chez les EMS il y a des tas de braves gars qui se feront un plaisir de t'aider !  ;)
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