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02-15-2005, 04:28 PM
Anybody know where exactly to get the Concord for FS2002? For the life of me, I cannot find one anywhere! Any help is appreciated.
02-15-2005, 05:24 PM
Come on guy,
A little search can work wonders. www.google.com
One of the newest Concordes that are freeware is here:
Download the BAse plane, some paint jobs, Download the Sound pack, and the "alternative panel". The customo panels are still being worked on.
I am assuming that you have FS2002 Standard version, right?
The Concorde is only included in the Pro version. If you had that, there are many repaints for that default model.
If you had FS2000, you could import the Concorde from that version. (again the pro only)
There are a few SST's out there, some will require the gauges for the concorde, but they are available too.
So if you are looking for the Default Concorde, you will not find it at all. You must have the Pro version. And no one will send it to you.
Go to the files library here,(flightsim.com) and search for the Concorde in the FS2002 heading (dropdown box).
There is another SST that resembles the Concorde and is compatable with FS8 and FS9. It is a full package too.
Good luck, do a little searching and see what you can find.
02-16-2005, 04:28 PM
Well, i did find that aircraft. I simply cannot get it to work, i think it has something to do with the fs 9 folder...i dont understand, and i dont want the fs2000 origional, because last time i did that it didnt even take off because of some obvious error.....
I also need help in the aircraft editor...i cannot seem to get any panel up to modify it. Anybody else have this problem. It says that the gauges are misssing or incompatable with FSEDIT, and will not let me even view the panels let alone modify them.
03-09-2005, 09:36 PM
check your email
03-18-2005, 08:07 AM
The plane will work. You will probably need to create your own folders for this plane.
I hope you are familiar with the structure of the folders, the way they need to be set up.
You will download the base plane, then need to add a texture to the base.
Add a sound folder, and the textures (seperate download) in the texture folder.
There is a program, it might be hard to find called CFGedit. It allows you to edit panels using drag and drop interface. I have it on a disc somewhere if you can't find it.
See pic. It was made for FS2000 panels, but if you direct the path to FS2002 it will also work. You know, there may be a gauge or two that doesn't show up but they are usually smaller ones and perhaps not miss them.
FS edit is a pain, and probably won't work with this panel.
Did you get anything to work on it? Make your folders, put in the correct files, and it should work well.
Keep us informed what happens. If need be, there aere payware Concordes out there. Otherwise you are going to have to do a little assembling of the files yourself. I am not sure why they came like this but that's the wat they are.
03-18-2005, 08:07 AM
Here are some of the folders and what is in them from the Concorde.
03-19-2005, 11:34 AM
It never came with FS2002 Pro. I know. I have Pro.
03-19-2005, 05:25 PM
>>Anybody know where exactly to get the Concord for FS2002? For the life of me, I cannot find one anywhere! Any help is appreciated>>
This was the original question. We know it didn't come with the Pro OR regular version of 2002.
Do you know where to get one, other than the other posts have mentioned? That would help out the OP.(Original Poster)
Thank you. :)
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