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AES 2.23a is out

- Productpage

- outdated

- List of supported Addon Airports with AES 2.23

- Releasenote AES 2.23

This Version is in most parts (Airport) identical to AES 2.22, but has some changes in the handling of replacement textures and is needed to use them.

- Here the documentation, how to use replacement textures:Repaint Install Info ENG.pdf (updated to 2.23a)

- Replacement Set of repainters can be up/downloaded in the AES Download Area of this forum

- Who wants to repaint textures, please look here: AES-Repaintkit 1.0

Update 9th May 2012, 1PM:

Following parts are fix/enhanced in the Version 2.23a:

- Fixed for the issue, that some Airport CFG Files are not gernerated

- AESHelp will now check for wrong Texturefilenames and report a info

- Enhancment for the Texture ID to be able to select regions or countries:

For the <Texture ID> in this AES Version, two type of ID’s are usable

Level 0: <Texture ID> = 0000

This are the Default Textures of AES and will always replaced, then AES is installed

or updated. So please don’t use them for any replacements. This textures are used in

AES, when no other Texture of a higher level is found.

Level 1: <Texture ID> = XXXX (4 X Letters)

In this case, the repaint Texture is used at all airports instead if the AES Default

Texture, as long as there is no ICAO code related Texture of a higher level is present

for that Airport.

Level 2: <Texture ID> = ? - - - One Letter followed by three minus signs

The first Letter of the ICAO Code, like K--- for all Airports in USA.

Those Textures will be used of all Airports of the Region.

At Wikipedia you can find a list of this Codes and Regions:

http://en.wikipedia....on_airport_code

Level 3: <Texture ID> = ??- - Two Letters followed by two minus signs

The first two letters of the ICAO code defines the Country, where the Textures will

used, like ED- - for all German Civil Airports

Level 4: <Texture ID> = ??? - Three Letters followed by one minus sign

For example EDD- will define all international Airports in Germany.

The last two letters of the ICAO Codes have different usage in the Countries, so

maybe this makes no sense in some Countries.

Level 5: <Texture ID> = ???? Complete ICAO Code, four letters

The complete ICAO Code will define the Airport, where the textures are used.

Always the highest available Level will be used.

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Can you have two catering companies at the same airport like the two of alex F.

Not yet, only if you rename the Texture before you fly and Start/Stop AESHelp.

For the same time at one Aircraft, you should not need it.

Later, when Airline oriented Assignments are possible, this can be configured.

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Oliver.........

I do have V 2.23a installed and did read the details. No problem there. I'm just asking if Cardiff Extreme (EGFF) will be included in a future release.

Jack

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Oliver.........

I do have V 2.23a installed and did read the details. No problem there. I'm just asking if Cardiff Extreme (EGFF) will be included in a future release.

Jack

Cardiff EGFF has already been requested in the proper forums, so safe to say Oliver will get it done eventually.

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Hey oliver. Great work. I cant wait for AES NG. Now i have a question to ask. Is there a possibility to add a "ground power unit"? Its basically a box with an engine or generator in it that provides power to the aircraft. Its usally on the right side (nav green side) of the aircraft placed by the nose gear (or up by the AES marshel when hes standing over there).

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Hey I never done a repaint of any kind and would love to learn, anyone have any advice on tutorial websites or videos that can help teach a raw beginner? Would it be to much to ask if Aerosoft provide a tutorial video? I have both photoshop CS6 and DXTbmp.

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Wow!!! Mr. Pabst, you've been busy....

I'm looking forward to trying this new version out... but before i do, should I NOT install FSDT's GSX in-conjunction with it?

AES 2.23a is out

- Productpage

- Installer AES 2.23a

- List of supported Addon Airports with AES 2.23

- Releasenote AES 2.23

This Version is in most parts (Airport) identical to AES 2.22, but has some changes in the handling of replacement textures and is needed to use them.

- Here the documentation, how to use replacement textures:Repaint Install Info ENG.pdf (updated to 2.23a)

- Replacement Set of repainters can be up/downloaded in the AES Download Area of this forum

- Who wants to repaint textures, please look here: AES-Repaintkit 1.0

Update 9th May 2012, 1PM:

Following parts are fix/enhanced in the Version 2.23a:

- Fixed for the issue, that some Airport CFG Files are not gernerated

- AESHelp will now check for wrong Texturefilenames and report a info

- Enhancment for the Texture ID to be able to select regions or countries:

For the <Texture ID> in this AES Version, two type of ID’s are usable

Level 0: <Texture ID> = 0000

This are the Default Textures of AES and will always replaced, then AES is installed

or updated. So please don’t use them for any replacements. This textures are used in

AES, when no other Texture of a higher level is found.

Level 1: <Texture ID> = XXXX (4 X Letters)

In this case, the repaint Texture is used at all airports instead if the AES Default

Texture, as long as there is no ICAO code related Texture of a higher level is present

for that Airport.

Level 2: <Texture ID> = ? - - - One Letter followed by three minus signs

The first Letter of the ICAO Code, like K--- for all Airports in USA.

Those Textures will be used of all Airports of the Region.

At Wikipedia you can find a list of this Codes and Regions:

http://en.wikipedia....on_airport_code

Level 3: <Texture ID> = ??- - Two Letters followed by two minus signs

The first two letters of the ICAO code defines the Country, where the Textures will

used, like ED- - for all German Civil Airports

Level 4: <Texture ID> = ??? - Three Letters followed by one minus sign

For example EDD- will define all international Airports in Germany.

The last two letters of the ICAO Codes have different usage in the Countries, so

maybe this makes no sense in some Countries.

Level 5: <Texture ID> = ???? Complete ICAO Code, four letters

The complete ICAO Code will define the Airport, where the textures are used.

Always the highest available Level will be used.

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When the AES will be implemented Ekaterinburg X?

Later, needs an update of the Scenery, but the developer is in holidays this month. So I expect it is not done for the next AES Update.

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The download doesn't work...

Tonight they are doing maintenance on their server hardware, the server, files, and anything else affected including the AES download should be up and running tomorrow.

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I installed v2.23a twice, but Philadelphia won't show up in the list of installed airports. In fact, it won't even show up in the airport list at all. How can that be?

Stefan

Depends on which platform you are talking about.

FSX- not done yet if I'm not mistaken, coming with release of 2.24

FS9- If it isn't showing up then yes, it's an issue

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