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Hi, i did paint a Livery for the DC6. I create a Texture Folder and changed the aircraft.cfg like with the B777 or 747 also. I´m sure (99.9%) that new entry in the aircraft.cfg is correct. I save it on the Desktop and copy the File back to the DC6B Aircraft Folder. And now starts the Problem. Run the FSX as Admin, equal, the FSX dont read the changed aircraft.cfg. Not just only the new Entry, all other DC6 are not shown, also if i delete the Entry again. And so i dont know what is my Problem. Thanks a Lot for all Help Gonzo
Hi guys! I recently got chaseplane... I am very impressed and happy to say it is money well spent. I have issues with the Aerosoft Airbus and was reading the topic regarding aerosoft issues. My issue is that if I am in internal view the view would revert to main panel glareshield. This meant that all my views were shifted to the right and misaligned. I would go to the cockpit view (chaseplane) and the views would fit. If I switch to external view and revert back or if I open another window it would revert back to main panel glareshield and force me to go in the menu bar and change it back. It was odd as sometimes I would have this issue and sometimes it would stay in cockpit views. After looking at the aircraft cfgs I have found the problem. In all the CFM Aircraft the CFG looks like this: _______ InitialPbh = 14.5, -0, 0 Hotkeyselect = 1 _______ In all the IAE Aircraft it is: _______ InitialPbh = 14.5, -0, 0 // (Disabled by ChasePlane)Hotkeyselect = 1 _______ This means that for every model A318, 19, 20, 21 Chaseplane only fixes only half of the views. Therefore if you fly say an IAE and align your views with the normal COCKPIT VIEW (CHASEPLANE) then fly an CFM Variant then the default view will be MAIN PANEL GLARESHIELD and your views will be misaligned. I think this will help a lot of people and can alert the folks working on Chaseplane that their changes only work on half the airbus models and to make it so they apply to all CFM and IAE variants of all types of Airbuses to avoid confusion. Thanks, Ethan Hunt