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Adding Textures to FSX Aircraft

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Tim King (Timerj190) Trainee

Confused

Who knows how to add Textures to FSX Aircraft.

I looking to add Textures to the FSX B737-800, American Airlines and Others.

Who can help me Question

Thanks,

Timerj190

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

Timerj190 wrote:

Confused
Who knows how to add Textures to FSX Aircraft.
I looking to add Textures to the FSX B737-800, American Airlines and Others.Who can help me Question Thanks,Timerj190

They are also know as repaints or Airline liveries.

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jimmykass Trainee

Hi,

I've followed all the instructions, BUT it won't let me save the changes to the aircraft .cfg folder, saying it can't find it. How do I get round this?

Thanks

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Be sure that you are signed on as administrator.

Radar

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Welshflyer Chief Captain

I've had this problem recently with HJG textures on FS9 and i have'nt figured it out yet Confused . It's like something is missing yet it's all there (if you know what i mean), i don't have a problem with others! I even tried going directly to the aircraft cfg and typing it in but it still said it could'nt find it Confused .

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jimmykass Trainee

This is were I sound daft. How do I make sure I'm on as administrator?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

What OS is it and if your the only one that uses that machine you already are the administrator.

Radar

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jimmykass Trainee

Two of us use the PC, and it's Vista

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Vista, I can't help.
Let the other person try to to it while you tell them how. See if that works.

Radar

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Chris Morris (morris91) Chief Captain

If you want it to run as administrator:

Do a right click on the item in question and then click properties

now click compatibility tab at the top and the administrator is down the bottom just tick it and then press ok

from then it will keep running it in administrator.

And also if that dont work go to security tab on the same place and make sure you have a black tick next to everything you should have a tick next to FULL CONTROL if you dont click edit then put a tick in the box then click ok again then it should work.

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richardf1fan Trainee

To make changes to the cfg file using vista operating system, first go to control panel , the go to user accounts ,there your see if your adminstrator, if you are your see turn user account on or off, click this link, your then see a window with user account control , take the tick out of the box and the restart your computer. your find you can change your cfg files etc no problem!!!!

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jimmykass Trainee

Try what richardf1fan says, it's worked for me, no more Orbit Airlins, THANK GOD, and thank you man

bfv123 Guest

I save the new cfg folder to my documents, then copy that to the folder. it seems to work just fine for me Smile

rohit34444 Guest

guys i found out the solution to the problem u dont need any special program or editer to do this just follow my steps
1. put whatever text u want in aircraft.cfg
2.save it on desktop
3.finish with editing
4.replace the aircraft.cfg file (one in the desktop) with the old one
5 u are done

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