i added some planes to my fs2004 and i was wondering if there is a way to organize them so that i can know what plane is where in the menu more easyer.
any help appreciated
Here you go, one of our resourceful members knew how to do it.
"Yes there is a way to organize your menu. You have to have NOTEPAD!
Go into your "Aircraft" folder, then open up the folder containing the aircraft you want to organize. For example, if I wanted to re-organize a 747 from Northwest from the "Boeing" Type, to "Northwest" in my menu on FS2004, I would first open up my main FS2004 file, then the "Aircraft" file, then the file of the 747 i want to organize. after that, you have to open up this file in NOTEPAD!!! I CANT STRESS THAT ENOUGH, NOTEPAD!!
The file you open is called "Aircraft.CFG" In there, there's a line that starts like this
title=Casino Express B737-200
This is just abbreviated, but do you see the thing called ui_manufacturer=Boeing?
All you do is change the Boeing to Northwest, and its categorized as Northwest on your FS2004 Aircraft Menu!!! "
cool thanks for the link