Gypsy Baron wrote:
I have switched from Northwest to BOAC and I noticed the No2 engine must have followed??
Switching aircraft will not make any difference at all unless you have implemented a method to save/restore
the DAT files for each paint separately.
Interesting idea. I never thought of swapping the dat files around although it's quite obvious now you mention it.
Which files specifically need saving in order to do this? Just the one "377log.dat" file in the new "My Docs\A2A" folder location? (Plus backups possibly). Or is the "B377.dat" file needed as well? It's something I would consider doing, depending on whether I'm trying to run a serious career ferrying passengers, use the 377 with AirHauler for cargo, or try breaking things just for fun
I would save/restore both of those dat files.
I wrote a batch file to do this for my B-17G's. I have 4 different "save"
folders and two batch files on my desktop. One to save the current
aircrafts dat file to it's folder and one to load a particular B-17's dat
file from it;s folder to the A2A\B17 folder.
I also swap my scenery.cfg files based on where I intend to fly. I pare
down the cfg files, removing all scenery entries that are not in the
area of interest. I have cfg's for Europe, USA, Hawaii, Oz and ALL areas.