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Fuselage number issues? The answer is here.


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The previous update altered the description .lua in that it removed the lower dash "_" from the entries relating to the BORT number, but did not affect the tail entries.

The new update has put the dashes back again which now gives the error on the fuselage numbers.

Just open the description file in Notepad and replace the missing dashes so they look like the BORT_NUMBER_TAIL entries then save.

 

This is how they should now look (Example used is Skyblazer Lead):

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_01", 3,"empty", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_10", 3,"empty", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_100", 3,"empty", false},

 

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_01", 3,"empty", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_10", 3,"empty", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_100", 3,"empty", false},

 

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_01", 0,"Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_10", 0,"Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_100", 0,"Skyblazers_Lead", false},

 

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_01", 0,"Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_10", 0,"Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_100", 0,"Skyblazers_Lead", false},

 

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_01", 2,"f-86f_main_SPEC_Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_10", 2,"f-86f_main_SPEC_Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_100", 2,"f-86f_main_SPEC_Skyblazers_Lead", false},

 

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_01", 2,"f-86f_main_SPEC_Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_10", 2,"f-86f_main_SPEC_Skyblazers_Lead", false},

{"F86_BORT_NUMBER_TAIL_100", 2,"f-86f_main_SPEC_Skyblazers_Lead", false},

 

Oh updates!! Why doth thou hateth my Sabre so?:cry:

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