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How do you organize the planes in fs2004?

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FoxProGT Trainee

Sup peeps

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

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

Here you go, one of our resourceful members knew how to do it.

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/1540/couple-of-questions/

Radar

Pro Member Trainee
FoxProGT Trainee

"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

[fltsim.0]
title=Casino Express B737-200
sim=7372
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=
kb_checklists=Boeing737-400_check
kb_reference=Boeing737-400_ref
atc_type=Boeing
atc_id_enable=1
atc_id=N1111
atc_id_color=0xffffffff
editable=1
visual_damage=1
ui_manufacturer=Boeing
.

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

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