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Michael Wellner

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  1. This might make no sense as long as the banner is cut to size 525px x 220px in the overview-listing. Especially when there should be so much information included in the banner. Those information will be cut off at the top and the bottom of the banner, when it ist cut from 16:9 to the overview-picture with ratio 16:6,7 (525x220). We allways try to fit our banners into the ratio 16:6,7 of the overview-pictures, to get a clean look at the event-listing. So now our new banner (EDDL<>EDDN-Event) was not approved, cause it has not the ratio of the new requirements 16:9. So when you
  2. Thanks a lot - sorry but I'm a X-Plane-Newbie, allways thought this directory is for OUTPUT only (Screenshots etc.) not for preferences ... long explaination of subdirectories deleted ... I guess you're the first one, understanding what I mean with looking only with depth of two subdirectories Thanks again for your great work. BTW: A ".aircraft" command like in vPilot would be great to get the models being mapped right now on a multiuser plane - but no hurry, I know that there are many other things on your priority-list.
  3. Is there a file where the entries for the CSL-directories of the X-Plane-plugin are stored? I couldn't find those entries in any file and the xPilot-plugin ALLWAYS adds the default-directory (Resources/plugins/xPilot/Resources/CSL) at top of the list. It would be fine to edit this list OUTSIDE the xPilot-plugin before starting X-Plane. I also use this "workaround" and have a line for each CSL-Package to get all my models loaded, but normally it would be fine, when xPilot would look down to ALL subdirectories of one mentioned path until it finds a xsb_aircraft.txt file in EVERY subdirecto
  4. For docomeentation of CSL-packages and xsb-aircraft.txt have a look at this docomeent: https://github.com/kuroneko/libxplanemp/wiki/LegacyCSL
  5. We are trying to start a formation-flight on Vatsim, while using JoinFS to connect the pilots/aircrafts for faster connection. But we need to stop vPilot submit the aircrafts allready shown by JoinFS to FSX. There is a delete button in the .aircraft list, but it only deletes the aircraft until the next receiving of the aircraft data. Maybe you could put an ignore-button next to the delete button? Or it would be really great, if we could get back the .ignore command in the new version of vPilot as in version 1.1.5596.33514 you posted some year ago in this thread. Thanks, M.Wellner BTW: T
  6. Same for me. We are trying to start a formation-flight on Vatsim, while using JoinFS to connect the pilots/aircrafts for faster connection. But we need to stop vPilot submit the aircrafts allready shown by JoinFS to FSX. There is a delete button in the .aircraft list, but it only deletes the aircraft until the next receiving of the aircraft data. Maybe you could put an ignore-button next to the delete button? Or it would be really great, if we could get back the .ignore command in the new version of vPilot as in version 1.1.5596.33514 you posted some year ago in this thread. Thanks, M.Welln
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