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  1. That download is known to have a few missing files. Go back to the Downloads section and follow the suggestion someone else posted in the Comments section.
  2. Hi Dênes, Try these... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRVibeWe91w and this.. http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/showthread.php/20393-Painting-FSX-planes Re flipping the image, this is only need if you are converting a .BMP texture file to .DDS (which I do ) In the video the flipping is done by rotating 180 degrees in the photoediting app but you can also flip vertically directly in DXTBMP just as well. Either way will work. Note: the principles apply the same to P3D as they do for FSX. Post back here if you a
  3. Hello Denes, I have recently updated the registration in the file AIRBUSX_VC_PREPARV4_MAINPANEL_C.psd successfully for one of may installed aircraft. You can find the Airbus paintkit here on the forum. First of all the updated registration should reside in a specific texture layer relevant to the aircraft model (A318,A319, A320 etc) and engine type (CFM, IAE) within your photo editing application. There are various layers available with pre-defined registrations within the paintkit file so you want to ensure that all other registration layers are not visible
  4. Hi James, That livery is working . I just installed it into P3Dv5 and everything appears OK so I fully expect it to work and to display in P3Dv4.5. Your aircraft.cfg entries look OK. Does the livery for the Eurowings D-AIZV also appear in the sim? Please check. 2nd I was a little confused by your comment on the Livery Manager could not find an .exe. The liveries are typically packaged in a zip not an .exe file. The Berlin livery is a zip file containing the texture files. I used the latest Livery Manager to install this repaint: V2.2.0
  5. Hi, I have also observed this problem with the overly reflective , "milky" textures being seen on the fuselage of some (not all) A320 aircraft in P3Dv5. In my case it was the Lufthansa new livery (D-AIWD) from the Aerosoft liveries forum. From my findings, I discovered that some of this may be related to older repaints/liveries that still contain a MasterSpec texture file. By renaming the file AIRBUS_EX_MASTERSPEC_S.dds to <texture filename> .old was the first modification I made. 2nd I noticed that the texture.cfg in my repaint had 4 entries. I replaced th
  6. You can adjust the parking spot defined in the AFCAD and bring it forward nearer to the terminal building by using a tool called Airport Design Editor. It looks to me that with a 747 parking in that position, the nose of the Jumbo should be much further forward and parked in the recess of the buildings that surround it. Again the other solution as described above is to adjust the parking spot size so that 747 AI aircraft are too large to park in that spot. Again ADE can be used to adjust the parking spot size.
  7. Hi Fernando, Re Asiana there is A320 IAE repaint (HL7762) available from the Hangar 226 site if you are interested. Its not Professional but my understanding is it should be compatible with the Pro version. You can Google this to find it and try it out. Regards Mark
  8. Hi, Do you mean this one? What do you mean by "newest"? Regards Mark
  9. Try looking in this thread: Link to forum post I added the xml files for each of the products I was able to find.See if that helps. Regards Mark
  10. Hi, there is a Frankfurt configuration option for the People Mover to be static or not. I would check to see if that option is activated. Theres a screenshot of the EDDF config options what I am talking about in this post: Hope this helps, Regards Mark
  11. Hi, Maybe you can post a screenshot of your issue/error? If its related to the reported .NET errors, its likely you have a missing Product xml file for the A320/A321 from your installation. Check the other posts in this subforum to see if this is the problem you are having. Cheers Mark
  12. Hi All, Just a quick follow up to Notes 1 and 2 mentioned in the above post, I did experiment today with creating a modified repaint zip file with the new LiveryInstaller.txt file included that is then compatible with the new Livery Manager program. This does in principal work if you create/modify the existing Airbus livery zip file in question by adding the newly created LiveryInstaller.txt file and including the two relevant sections in this file as documented in other Livery Manager threads. As mentioned, the best way to do this is by saving your own "template" fi
  13. Hi All, I believe I have solved the problem for the A320/A321 for P3Dv4! 🙂 The issue for me is indeed missing product .xml files for the new Livery Manager. I assume something "screwy" occurred with the latest installation of the Airbus v1.3.1.0 that Aerosoft should look into given a number of users have reported similar problems. For me the solution was the following to get the new Livery Manager working for the A320/A321 Professional package: Take one or more of the attached Product xml files from this post (based upon which Aerosoft products you have ac
  14. Hi, I placed my observations for this behaviour over at the Navigraph support forum based on info available to date: https://forum.navigraph.com/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=9267 Cheers Mark Hi Remo, Sure. I provided a link to the Navigraph forum where I raised the observation in this thread above.
  15. Thanks, that info helps. I think I will contact Navigraph support and ask them about the observations made wit the RNAV approach. Cheers Mark
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