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Aircraft.CFG point.0 etc.

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In the Aircraft.CFG file are fields under the section named point.0, point.1, etc. What do they mean?There is huge amount of numbers in those fields such as:1.000000,80.833333,0.000000,-20.583333,1574.803150,0.000000,4.506350,88.200000,0.798182,2.500000,0.396806,11.000000,11.000000,0.000000,0.000000,0.000000I am sure they have to do with the location of various point on the aircraft in relation to a central point.But what specifically do the individual data points represent?Anyone got any ideas???Bill Molony

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[contact_points] //0 Class <0=none,1=wheel, 2=scrape, 3=float> //1 Longitudinal Position (feet) //2 Lateral Position (feet) //3 Vertical Position (feet) //4 Impact Damage Threshold (Feet Per Minute) //5 Brake Map (0=None, 1=Left, 2=Right) //6 Wheel Radius (feet) //7 Steer Angle (degrees) //8 Static Compression (feet) (0 if rigid) //9 Max/Static Compression Ratio //10 Damping Ratio (0=Undamped, 1=Critically Damped) //11 Extension Time (seconds) //12 Retraction Time (seconds) //13 Sound Type //14 Airspeed limit for retraction (KIAS) //15 Airspeed that gear gets damage at (KIAS)The number (//1 ... 15) is the postion of the data within the field.Regards,Bob

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If you want more info on this it's worth downloading the aircraft container SDK. Best regards, Chris

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