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About bobterri6

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  1. Same issue as UAL277. I have been adding liveries the old-fashioned way. Then they show up. I'm guessing that the clever livery manager borked the default livery manager????
  2. Perhaps it would be wise to create instructions for this livery manager. It may be a very clever liver manager once you stumble through this thread, but just telling people to download the manager and drage a zipped livery file over is a bit vague.
  3. Eagle_For, Did you create the "LiveryInstaller.txt" or did Holgi, the livery creator? It seems that combining what mousemansteven said with the video you provided, Eagle_For, that it is, indeed, a clever livery manager only for certain liveries, or liveries that you create a LiveryInstaller.txt for. Am I assuming correctly?
  4. I assumed (I know, that's a dangerous thing to do) that this, so called, clever livery manager worked with all liveries. Apparently not! Just a question: Why was this put forth as an alternative to the default livery manager without communicating that it only works with a few liveries with the "liveryinstaller.txt?"
  5. Yes, the default liveries are installed and they show up in the livery manager. I think Eagle_for is saying the same thing.
  6. mopperle, I will check this out later on today and get back to you. Thanks for replying.
  7. Anyone have any thoughts on why I'm getting this message?
  8. No, I installed 1.0 and then 2.0 as you suggested. When I tried to install a livery, same problem: "No product and aircraft model could be found for use with this livery."
  9. I am having the same problem as korundar. I am running 2.0, but a quick question, "Do you install 2.0 into a file, i.e., a specific Aerosoft directory?"
  10. Thanks, even though, as I said earlier, I just thought the difference between the CFM and IAE aircraft was different flight or performance dynamics. It really isn't a problem. I just fly the different aircraft a bit differently.
  11. OK, Dave. I think I've got all the info you need. I took off from 06R from KCLE. It's in the PDF, but redundancy is a good thing, right? I want to re-emphasize that this slow climb characteristic NEVER happens with CFM engines. It ALWAYS happens with IAE's, without exception. The Simbrief PDF is all the way at the bottom. KCLEKPHL_PDF_1584582809.pdf
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