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Shockwave Lights (3D payware lights) for the Samdim Design Yakolev Yak-42 (freeware)?

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I've been searching for a while now, gave up, then came back to post this question on the English forums ;), I searched the internet and didn't find anything :clapping:, I only found a configuration file for the Yak-40 :clapping:

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As I know these lights can be connected to aircraft by taking coordinates of default lights from air file and puting them in the conf file of Shockwave

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try this coordinates:

light.xx = 8, 20.04, 6.05, -2.23

light.xx = 8, 20.04, -6.05, -2.05

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try this coordinates:

light.xx = 8, 20.04, 6.05, -2.23

light.xx = 8, 20.04, -6.05, -2.05

 

Sounds good! I'll try it out!

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As I know these lights can be connected to aircraft by taking coordinates of default lights from air file and puting them in the conf file of Shockwave

 

I'll try that out as well! Thanks again =)!

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try this coordinates:

light.xx = 8, 20.04, 6.05, -2.23

light.xx = 8, 20.04, -6.05, -2.05

 

Got a screenshot in, the only lights illuminated with this configuration are the lights on the middle engline, besides that nothing special. Of course I just illuminated the nav lights for you guys to see...and the the lights that actually were illuminated are not shining in the picture because of the timing of the screenshot.

 

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2041/3798459409_aa5853dd03_b.jpg <--------------------------------<<<<<<<<<(Screenshot)

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As I know these lights can be connected to aircraft by taking coordinates of default lights from air file and puting them in the conf file of Shockwave

 

It is pretty difficult to make it myself, I read the instructions given to me in the manual, but it is quite a challenge doing it by trial and error plus I'm not an expert in playing around with the aircraft.cfg and the panel.cfg files :clapping:

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As I know these lights can be connected to aircraft by taking coordinates of default lights from air file and puting them in the conf file of Shockwave

 

Quick questions for the Yakolev Yak-40 :( ...

 

What lights would be turned on for taxi (before takeoff)?

 

What lights would be turned on during takeoff?

 

What lights would be turned on during cruise?

 

What lights would be turned on during landing?

 

What lights would be turned on for taxi (after landing)?

 

I'm about to make the light configuraion for the Yakolev Yak-40 for the A2A 3D lights =)

 

Just to add something as well, could you list all the lights that would possibly be on the Yak-40 :( ?

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Every aircraft has:

- landing ("large")

- taxi ("small")

- navigation

- anti collision

- strobe (on modern)

 

- Nav lights u turn on after coming on aircraft (at dark part of day).

- Before engine start - anti collision lights must be turned on.

- Before taxi - at night: taxi lights, at other time: u can to turn them off.

- Landing lights u turn on during taxing to line up position at night, else - leave taxi lights.

- When reaching 200m turn off taxi/langing lights.

- At this altitude turn them on when u approach.

- Other procedures after landing fully in reverse! :(

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Every aircraft has:

- landing ("large")

- taxi ("small")

- navigation

- anti collision

- strobe (on modern)

 

- Nav lights u turn on after coming on aircraft (at dark part of day).

- Before engine start - anti collision lights must be turned on.

- Before taxi - at night: taxi lights, at other time: u can to turn them off.

- Landing lights u turn on during taxing to line up position at night, else - leave taxi lights.

- When reaching 200m turn off taxi/langing lights.

- At this altitude turn them on when u approach.

- Other procedures after landing fully in reverse! :(

 

Thanks again bro, I'm gonna try and make this happen :(

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