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Multiple .imperf files of same aircraft

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How do I know which is which? For example, there's a DA62 Orange and a Diamond 62. I'm assuming one is from a modded file, but how do I know which one and which mod?

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Aircraft's names in perf file should be the same like these names taken from simulator, so you should review in simulator what are the aircraft model names  🙂
During connection LNM to simulator you get a warning when "Aircraft type" would be different than "aircraft model name" get from simulator (it's done in a such way in my XP11 + LNM environment).

Regards,
Piotr

 

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ps. I can review aircrafts (especially their names) in planemaker editor for XP11. I don't know how about other simulators.
 

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