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How to get airplanes to park corretcly infront of the gates

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Hey guys!I have just recently bought Aerosoft's scandinavian bundble package and is using it with a demo version of mytraffic 2006 and i was wondering, how come none of the mytraffic planes or msfs planes in general park corretcly infront of the right gates? Is there an easy way to fix this or am i just proper ####? :)Any input would be greatly appereciated, thx!/spintje

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Hi,The parking positions used by the AI are defined by an XML scenery file (commonly called AFCAD file aswell). So you might want to try to open the specific airport in AFCAD. You can then move the positions to match the scenery better.You might also want to search the file library to see if someone has done it before already :).

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Thanks alot :)Just the kind of answer i was looking for, will dig into it asap!Do you by any chance now of any good addons that will add various vehicles to your airports? Like baggage trucks and catering vans? Is there such an addon?I have seen some of the screenshots on jetcityaircraft.com and was wondering if what they are using is an addon you can buy?/spintje

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Hi,No, I have never seen a general addon that does it. Some airport sceneries have it coded in them, but then the designer would have to do that while making the scenery.

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Don't forget the aircraft.cfg file can be edited to "point" and aircraftto a particular type of Parking....Gate, Ramp, Military, etc.CK

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