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FSL Spotlight for the Mirage

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Hi all,


Having recently built a decent rig to run a flightsim, I reinstalled the PA-46 350, which has turned out to be my favorite GA plane. Despite the few bugs and limitations, I love flying long distance as well as sight seeing.

My next goal is to implement Gregg's set of Linda commands, integrate the nice ASN weather radar made by Roland, improve sounds and build a good looking overhead panel - and maybe the system panel as well. So expect me to post a few remarks and questions in the near future.


As a first, I'd like to share a config file for FS labs' nifty Spotlight app. If you haven't heard about it yet, it's a payware add-on which allows you set up to 20 light sources, with control over position, orientation, intensity, color... the demo version only works at LGAV, but you can get an idea from that.


This solves a major annoyance for me, in the mirage as well as many aircraft. You set-up a cold and dark scenario on a moonless night, and find yourself groping for the battery switch and the dome light. Not anymore, you can have a virtual flashlight (or 3) pointing at the crucial places before powering up the ac. Many more uses for cockpit and cabin lighting.


Here goes, I put a link to the FSL forums, because I'm such a lazy guy :)


Enjoy and let me know what you think






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