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#1 ulovely

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Posted 19 May 2007 - 11:39 PM

FSX & FSX SP1 UPDATE:
JETWAYS ATTACHED FIX.
For XP & VISTA.
IT IS NOT A MICROSOFT PATCH !
IT BASE ON MY OWNED TESTINGS.
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This will allow the FSX jetways to dock on to aircrafts
That's were originally designed for FS2004 & some fs 2000. downloaded and installed in fsx .

Installation of this patch:

1)Open the folder of the aircraft, where you want this patch

To be installed, for example "C:Programmes/Microsoft

Games/Microsoft Flight Simulator X/SimObjects/Airplanes/

open the "Aircraft.cfg" file for the aircraft you want it

to work .
and in the new window, scroll down until you find "[exits]"

-for security`s sake, make a backup of these lines
-delete the lines below "[exits]" and finally
-copy and paste the following lines underneath "[exits]":

This is how it looks after.

For 747-400 fsx, copy to any download of 747-400.
do the same for evry other corespondet aircraft on my list

Thats all Into It !

For 747-400:
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 2
exit.0 = 0.4, -30.30, -9.0, 0.88,0 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.1 = 0.4, -146.0, 8.0, -7.5, 1 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.2 = 0.4, -42.30, 9.0, -7, 2 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)

for 757-200 fsx
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 2
exit.0 = 0.1 , 30.000 , -3.500 , 3.600 , 0 //openclose rate
percent per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical
positions from datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo
2=Emergency)
exit.1 = 0.1 , -28.000 , 4.500 , -2.000 , 1 //openclose
rate percent per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical
positions from datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo
2=Emergency)

For 767-200 fsx
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 2
exit.0= 0.10, 62.600, -7.000, 7.000, 0 //openclose rate
percent per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical
positions from datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo
2=Emergency)
exit.1= 0.09, -21.500, 5.500, -6.800, 1 //openclose rate
percent per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical
positions from datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo
2=Emergency)

For 737-800 fsx
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 2
exit.0 = 0.4, 36.6, -5.0, 3.0, 0 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.1 = 0.4, -38.5, 4.5, -3.0, 1 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.2 = 0.4, 33.5, 3.5, -4.0, 2 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)

For airbus a321 fsx
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 3
exit.0 = 0.4, 45.50, -6.0, 7.0, 0 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.1 = 0.4, -33.50, 5.85, 0.0, 1 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.2 = 0.4, 29.90, 6.0, 1.0, 2 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)

For DC10:
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 3
exit.0 = 0.2, 70.75, -7.0, 6.30, 0 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.1 = 0.1, -36.75, 6.50, -5.50, 1 //openclose rate
percent per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical
positions from datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo
2=Emergency)
exit_rate.2 = 100 ;Percent per second
exit_rate.3 = 100 ;Percent per second

For A340-500
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 2
exit.0 = 0.4, 89.30, -9.0, 0.88,0 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.1 = 0.4, -50.0, 8.5, -8.0, 1 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.2 = 0.4, 4.30, 9.0, -7, 2 //openclose rate percent per
second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)

For A340-600
Replace the current exits section of the
aircraft.cfg with the following:

[exits]
number_of_exits = 2
exit.0 = 0.4, 107.30, -9.0, 0.88,0 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.1 = 0.4, -57.0, 8.5, -8.0, 1 //openclose rate percent
per second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)
exit.2 = 0.4, 8.30, 9.0, -7, 2 //openclose rate percent per
second, longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from
datum (feet), type (0=Main 1=Cargo 2=Emergency)

Now you`re done:
Reload the plane in FSX and use "ctrl-j"

For the jetways to dock on to your plane.(make sure you
parked in asigne parking space ).

you can do this for any of the original fsx aircraft buy
going to its aircraft.cfg and folowing the above .

There is nothing to download !
All you need is to copy the
Exits corespond to the aircraft you want it to work on:

And U R done !
Have a Nice Flight. :D :D :D
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#2 Pcuser

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Posted 20 May 2007 - 08:36 AM

Is that for posky aircraft? I thought the points were different for each model
But I'm going to test
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Posted 20 May 2007 - 08:53 AM

Very nice tip !!

Is there any possibily for the other plains, that are allredy in the park to have the JetWays allready attached?
I can notice a very high drop in the frames just the first seconds when the simulation starts. Thats because the JetWays are attaching to all the planes at the exact same time. Maybee that's very CPU consuming..

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 07:02 AM

Is that for posky aircraft? I thought the points were different for each model


no it isnt ! i know they came w similar fix for there posky aircrafts but,
if you see mind is soly for the fs 2004 add ons aircrafts & its useing the
microsoft fsx orig installed aircrfts for the fix.
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Posted 22 May 2007 - 07:06 AM

Is there any possibily for the other plains, that are allredy in the park to have the JetWays allready attached?


i never so it happening at once to all parked aircrafts ....never

you have to hit ctrl+j to get it working. fsx dose not attached auto.
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Posted 22 May 2007 - 06:08 PM

Is there any possibily for the other plains, that are allredy in the park to have the JetWays allready attached?


i never so it happening at once to all parked aircrafts ....never

you have to hit ctrl+j to get it working. fsx dose not attached auto.


For your own aircraft, that is true.

However, for AI aircraft the jetways DO attach automatically!
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Posted 22 May 2007 - 11:34 PM

However, for AI aircraft the jetways DO attach automatically!


i have fsx traffic 2005 i didnot see it happend but i will keep my eyes
open ,its intresting to see .thanks.
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Posted 23 May 2007 - 07:49 AM

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However, for AI aircraft the jetways DO attach automatically!

I went back & look it up w fsx traffic from just flight :

AI aircraft the jetways DO NOT attach automatically,

I E MAIL JUST FLIGHT TECH S & ASK ITS CONFIRMED .
THE DO NOT .
JFK, MIAMI,LOS ANGELES INTL, LONDON,

TRAFFIC SET AT 30%. ON THE SLIDER.
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Posted 23 May 2007 - 10:35 AM

I went back & look it up w fsx traffic from just flight :

AI aircraft the jetways DO NOT attach automatically



Well, they do with MyTrafficX traffic. It must depend on how the AI models in the package are defined. Obviously they would need the door positions defined in the CFG files, otherwise FS wouldn't know where to move the jetways to.

Possibly this is a good enhancement to ask Just Flight for?

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Posted 23 May 2007 - 11:06 AM

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Posted 23 May 2007 - 01:42 PM

i have fsx traffic 2005 i didnot see it happend but i will keep my eyes open ,its intresting to see .thanks.


Each individual aircraft has to be modified for the jetways and baggage carts to work in FSX.

Burkhardt has updated the My Traffic aircraft

John Goodwin has posted the information for most of the Ultimate Traffic and major freeware aircraft - http://ultimatetraff.../forup?TID=2962

I haven't seen anything on the Traffic 2005 models - what does their support forums say?

All the FS aircraft created for FS2004 and prior did not need to have a physical reference in the aircraft.cfg to define the location of the doors.

FSX takes two different model objects and attempts to connect them at a specific point on each model.

The Jetways doorway point is already defined - we have to update / define the doorway point on each model we want to attach to a Jetway.
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Posted 23 May 2007 - 05:19 PM

AI aircraft the jetways DO NOT attach automatically


As mentioned by several others, the feature does work provided the AI a/c has door coordinate locations specified in the aircraft.cfg file.
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Posted 23 May 2007 - 07:46 PM

Each individual aircraft has to be modified for the jetways and baggage carts to work in FSX.



correct ! my fix is for ea aircraft . by saying thats the gates attached
to AI traffic you mean that AI aircrafts moving to the gates auto /yes and,
the jatways moveing to it . im sorry i parked in the airport watching the
AI traffic taking off, landing , moving to the gates But didnot see the Jatways Auto Attaching to that AI aircraft ,DID YOU SEE IT ?

Well, they do with MyTrafficX

i have my traffic x , fps killer +you dont have flyble aircrafts like
fsx traffic .(2005) old name , but later this year just flight comming
with all new fsx traffic x for xp & vista .
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Posted 24 May 2007 - 07:28 AM

For AI, the jetway will attach to wherever you define the exit0 to be. The baggage will be loaded where exit1 is.

In the ideal word, the aircrafts should have the proper animation at that location, so the doors should open etc. This requires FSX animated AI models, we should discard FS8/FS9 models asap - which nobody knows better than me is easier said than done :)

In this context I may get your attention to a discussion about jetways and their massive performance penalty under
http://forums.simfli...pic.pc&start=15

Thanks Burkhard
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Posted 27 May 2007 - 01:16 PM

THE FSX JETWAYS ATTACHED FIX PATCH
IS the same fix for FSX SP1 .


This will allow the FSX jetways,
to dock on to aircrafts that were
originally designed for FS2004.
downloaded and installed in Fsx .
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Posted 27 May 2007 - 01:16 PM

THE FSX JETWAYS ATTACHED FIX PATCH
IS the same fix for FSX SP1 .


This will allow the FSX jetways,
to dock on to aircrafts that were
originally designed for FS2004.
downloaded and installed in Fsx .
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Posted 11 June 2007 - 09:44 AM

THE only aircraft im missings is airbus A380-800 .

IF SOMEONE CAN COPY THE EXITS ENTRY FROM A PAYWEAR AND POST

IT FOR ME I THANK U.

ulovely.
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Posted 14 June 2007 - 04:28 AM

THANKS ! I SOLVE IT & MORE.

This will allow the FSX jetways,
to dock on to aircrafts that were
originally designed for FS2004.
downloaded and installed in Fsx .

A380-800:

[exits]
number_of_exits=2
exit.0 = 0.4, 94, -12, 10, 0
exit.1 = 0.4, -44, 7, -5, 1

777-300:

[exits]
number_of_exits=2
exit.0 = 0.4, 102, -8, 8, 0
exit.1 = 0.4, -47, 7, -3, 1

777-200:

[exits]
number_of_exits=2
exit.0 = 0.4, 84, -8, 7, 0
exit.1 = 0.4, -34, 7, -5, 1

MD11:

[exits]
number_of_exits=2
exit.0 = 0.4, 84, -10, 7, 0
exit.1 = 0.4, -45, 7, -5, 1
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