Hidden lights in Carenado Séneca V

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I have installed in the Seneca V of Carenado, the system of lights A2A Redux. In the .cgf file of the airplane I only have three types of lights. The others, like landing lights or taxis do not appear in the .cfg file. I was able to locate the .mdl file on the plane and open it with the ModelconverterX program. What I would like is to know how to locate the coordinates of these lights with this program, to be able to put A2A Redux, properly in place.


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Didn't the A2A Redux light effects come with any installation instructions for your particular Seneca V?


I found this for adding them to a Seneca twin.


//Types: 1=beacon, 2=strobe, 3=navigation, 4=cockpit, 5=landing, 6=taxi,
light.0 = 3, -5.15, -18.75, 1.16, fx_navredcarenpa34
light.1 = 3, -5.15, 18.75, 1.12, fx_navgrecarenpa34
light.2 = 10, -4.0, 0, 1.90, fx_vclightpa34
light.3 = 10, -8.25, 0, 1.80, fx_vclightpa342
light.4 = 2, -5.30, -18.75, 1.16, fx_shockwave_strobe_sm_2_nl
light.5 = 2, -5.30, 18.75, 1.12, fx_shockwave_strobe_sm_3_nl
light.6 = 8, -3.65, -16.10, 2.145, fx_icelight_pa34
light.7 = 2, -21.20, 0.05, 6.35, fx_shockwave_beacon_fastflash_lowl
light.8 = 5, 1.6, 0.2, -1.50, fx_shockwave_landing_light_small_old
light.9 = 6, 1.6, -0.2, -1.50, fx_shockwave_landing_light_low_old

Add this to your vcockpit01
gaugexx=shockwave_lights!SW Lights_gear, 1,1,1,1 //shockwave light
gaugexx=shockwave_lights!SW Lights_taxi_gear, 1,1,1,1 //shockwave light

xx being the next gauge

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No, it does not bring instructions for this particular model. It is the Seneca Carenado V. The landing lights are at both ends of the wings

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I know this will look a little funky.   I used a freeware Seneca II and added Shockwave landing lights to the wing-

tip areas.  This is what you will have to do.  You are basically overlaying the A2A Redux lights over the light effects the

Mfgr. used.




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