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Adding aircraft and flight comments to PACX


Fabio Almeida
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Fabio, could you possible add the correct changes, or send something I can copy and paste into the xml file, for the default Cessna Longitude?  It's too confusing and I imagine for someone knowing what they are doing it might not take long!

Thanks!

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On 4/29/2022 at 4:45 PM, NoelCP said:

Fabio, could you possible add the correct changes, or send something I can copy and paste into the xml file, for the default Cessna Longitude?  It's too confusing and I imagine for someone knowing what they are doing it might not take long!

Thanks!

What do you mean by Cessna Longitude?

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On 5/2/2022 at 5:08 AM, Fabio Almeida said:

What do you mean by Cessna Longitude?

I'm sorry Fabio it is the default Cessna Citation Longitude included in MSFS.  While you're here:  I wonder if you might consider an option to retain the boarding music selection?  I only use one, don't want to change it except every once in a while, yet I have to select it each time.  Thanks

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  • 3 months later...

  Question concerning added aircraft profiles to PACX.

  I added a profile successfully, however, unlike other aircraft I use, when I load a flight it doesn`t automatically select the correct profile (I have to manually pick it from the list).
Aircraft in question is the SWS Kodiac 100.

  I tried adding the exact MSFS aircraft name to the .xml "Kodiak 100 tundra tyres, cargo pod, Factory paint B8" and a shortened version "Kodiak 100" but the aircraft profile always defaults to the ATR 42-300 (first on the list, alphabetically).

  What triggers PACX to associate a profile to an aircraft?

Kodiak 100.xml

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  • 3 weeks later...

So was landing into KSBA and when the accountment came the flight attendants said California of the airport

here is what my airport file shows:

 

 <Airport Ident="KSBA" Name="Santa Barbara Municipal Airport" Latitude="34.42620087" Longitude="-119.8399963" Elevation="13" Continent="NA" Country="US" Region="US-CA" Municipality="Santa Barbara" />

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