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Livery Manager data back to default.

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Hello,

 

after the update to ....

 

[Installer]
ProductCode=xxx
ProductName=Aerosoft A320-A321 Professional
Version=1.2.0.1
ProductPage=http://www.aerosoft.com
ManualName=
ReadmeName=Readme.txt

 - I lost all my A3xx Liveries just installed last two days.

 - Now "A3xx Livery Manager" shows only the default entries.

 - aircraft.cfg lost all additional  [FLTSIM.xx] entries.

 

1.2.0.1 Experimental
    ......

    Corrected thumbnails used in livery manager
    .....

 

Is it really professional without warning to reset all aircraft.cfg back to their original state.

A warning "please backup the aircraft.cfg (s) [FLTSIM.xx] entries
before the update" , would be appropriate here.
Only, "Corrected thumbnails used in livery manager",  to display the correct thumbnails should have no effect to the aircraft.cfg files.

 

Of course one should not just overwrite the new aircraft.cfg file with the backup aircraft.cfg file.
Important changed aircraft parameters could then be overwritten.
But the "[FLTSIM.xx]" entries can simply be copied back to the right place without touching other data.

 

Some of the entries of the "A3xx Livery Manager", created with "Add Livery ..." (the correct  thumbnail is visible) does not mean that the new livery will be displayed in P3D (vehicles).


A lot of manual work is needed to get some of these livieries up and running.
The uglier it is when they are gone.

 

Thanks

Thomas Drexler, EDDN

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The update overwrites the aircraft.cfg and thus the liveries. We have discussed this in another topic and though it will be hard to avoid that we will make sure that we warn people about that. Sorry, we just did not see this problem and we should have.

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vor 6 Stunden , Mathijs Kok sagte:

... that we will make sure that we warn people about that.

 

Hello Mathijs,

 

A warning is always a good thing.
If one is informed of a possible loss, the small extra effort to secure and re-enter the liveries is a very small evil.

Thanks a lot for this.
:)

 

Thomas

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