First my problem: I cannot find out how to retrieve the booming sound when the after burner kicks in on any of my applicable military jets which I have had successfully for years.
I have had the following aircraft with repaints installed for at least the last three years. All have been excellent IMHO. However, I recently had to do a reinstall and have come up with my sound question relative to after burners. I believe the download sources are as stated but it is possible something might have been from a different party.
Dino Cattaneo's F14D
I also have an F14B assumed to be from the same contributor, but the Aircraft.cfg or any other documentation I see does not confirm this.
Daisuke Yamamoto's F18E Superhornet
David Bushell's F15C and F15E
I also have the Coral F15
Kirk Olsson's F16 with Eric Marciano's modified panel as per Kirk's instruction. Note that I have tried both the ab_f16.zip and the DSB Typhoon adaptation in Kirk's earlier writeup.
Best I remember, but after literally years I could be mistaken and the source could have been unique, one of these aircraft had a modification which provided the after burner sound. (Sounds just about like the sonic boom sound which does work perfectly. I would not be surprised if they are related). I believe that it was Mr. Olsson's F16, but after so long this old memory is far from certain. I am pretty sure that I copied from the bird that had this provision and modified all of these aircraft's panel.cfg, and possibly the aircraft.cfg for this provision. It worked great with all of them, although if I remember correctly the F16 needed to be picked first.
I have tried copying my old files which were backed up for each aircraft along with gauge folders, and sound folders. I have also tried totally fresh installations. Memory tries to tell me that there is some text somewhere that is missing in the cfg files but I must admit that I don't see why relative to the backups. I have tried every combination I can think of, but am afraid I have not come up with the solution yet. Everything looks and works perfect except for the missing after burner sound.