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Contents of this ZIP-package:
 Bombardier CRJ700ER American Eagle N723AS

Repaint by:
 Steve Drabek
Base AE textures from AS paintkit, Stefan, Holgi and others unknown to me

Aerosoft paintkit (and base textures) by:
 Stefan Hoffmann

Installation (CRJ Livery Manager):
 Start the Aerosoft/Digital Aviation CRJ Livery Manager and drag the ZIP-File into the list - or click "Add Livery" and select the desired file.
 You get a preview of the new livery - and install it with just one click. (You can read all Livery Manager functions by clicking the "?" button!)

The entry for the aircraft.cfg:

[FLTSIM.X]
title=CRJ700ER American Eagle N723PS
sim=CRJ700_AMM
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=AE_N723PS
kb_checklists=BombardierCRJ700_check
kb_reference=BombardierCRJ700_ref
atc_id=N723PS
atc_airline=American
atc_parking_types=GATE,RAMP
ui_manufacturer="Bombardier"
ui_type="CRJ700ER"
ui_variation="American Eagle"
ui_typerole="Regional Jet"
ui_createdby="Aerosoft/Digital Aviation"
description="CRJ700ER/American Eagle N723PS \nwww.aerosoft.com\nRepaint by Steve Drabek\n\nBase AE textures from AS paintkit, Stefan, Holgi and others unknown to me
\nThe CRJ (Canadair Regional Jet) family of aircraft was derived from the Canadair Challenger business jet, which began its operational life as the LearStar 600. The Bombardier Canadair CRJ700, which entered service in 2001, is a stretched version of the CRJ100/200 regional jet, with increased seating capacity from 50 to 70. With increased length and upgraded landing gear, the CRJ700 features a longer wing span and leading edge slats. Like other members of the CRJ family, the CRJ700 features an electronic flight instrument system (EFIS) avionics suite and “glass cockpit” instrumentation."
category=airplane

Acknowledgements:
 The blanks used as a basis for this repaint are by Aerosoft/Digital Aviation. Thank you for the wonderful model and the great paintkit.
 Thank you Hans.
 Thanks to Holgi for any textures I may be inadvertenly using in paints created from the orginal AS paintkits.  I also used his readme file as the basis of mine (since he's painted 100's of planes for AS).

Legal Stuff:
 This repaint is released as FREEWARE. You may use and modify it in any way you wish, but you may NOT use it in any kind of money-making
 endeavor, and you may NOT publicly distribute any copies of it, whether modified or not, without my permission.

Steve

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Hey Jude,

I cant get the livery manager to work at all on my system due to the fact I mistakenly installed P3d in the program files directory, So I can't test it.

I have the file structure setup exactly as Holgi's, so I can only hope it works for everyone.  

If you can get Holgi's liveries to install, can you compare my file to one of Holgi's to see if you notice any differences?

Thanks

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after comparing the readme (from which I understand controls how the installer places the file)...I do see an inadvertent hard enter character in the Description section that may be causing it...see here:

description="CRJ700ER/American Eagle N723PS \nwww.aerosoft.com\nRepaint by Steve Drabek\n\nBase AE textures from AS paintkit, Stefan, Holgi and others unknown to me THIS IS WHERE THE HARD ENTER IS
\nThe CRJ (Canadair Regional Jet) family of aircraft was derived from the Canadair Challenger business jet, which began its operational life as the LearStar 600. The Bombardier Canadair CRJ700, which entered service in 2001, is a stretched version of the CRJ100/200 regional jet, with increased seating capacity from 50 to 70. With increased length and upgraded landing gear, the CRJ700 features a longer wing span and leading edge slats. Like other members of the CRJ family, the CRJ700 features an electronic flight instrument system (EFIS) avionics suite and “glass cockpit” instrumentation."
category=airplane

 

If one of my fellow simmers can help me out and remove that hard enter in the readme and test the installer, I'd be grateful.  Let's help the painter out, what do you say?:)

Or if you find the issue (other than that), please let me know. 

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Let me check it and get back to you Steve, I'm in work at the moment.

Thanks for your hard work :)
It's appreciated.

 

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