How to make the pilot invisible on the ground

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DaveQ
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How to make the pilot invisible on the ground

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I want to make the pilot invisible or remove him to show the aircraft at rest. I find that trying to put a visibility condition on the model parts with MCX corrupts the model. There may be a simple mouse click to remove him but I have no manual that I can find.

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curtis72561
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Re: How to make the pilot invisible on the ground

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Go outside of aircraft and put it in "cold and dark". Once you re-enter the aircraft the pilot returns because you are in the aircraft. You will have to exit again and hit "cold and dark". I think that will do it. Every time you enter the aircraft the pilot returns because it knows you are there.
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DaveQ
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Re: How to make the pilot invisible on the ground

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Thanks for the reply. Don't know what I'm doing wrong but turning off the engine; cut fuel, magnetos off, generator/battery off, parking brake set, doesn't work. Is there a one-click cold-and-dark I should be using??

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Jacques
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Re: How to make the pilot invisible on the ground

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This might not be something you can do with Aircraft Factory aircraft? Just a thought.

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