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    Adding SMOKE to aircraft in FSX

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    G-GMDH

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    Adding SMOKE to aircraft in FSX

    Post by G-GMDH on Tue Jul 05, 2016 12:23 pm

    Just copy and paste these lines into the aircraft cfg folder at the bottom of the list. To turn smoke ON and OFF press the "I" on your PC keyboard.

    SINGLE SMOKE

    [SMOKESYSTEM]
    smoke.0=-10.00, -0.70, 0.0, fx_smoke_w

    w = white smoke

    r = red smoke

    DOUBLE SMOKE

    [SMOKESYSTEM]
    smoke.0=-10.00, 15, -0.0, fx_smoke_w
    smoke.1=-10.00, -15, -0.0, fx_smoke_r



    There are a few numbers here you can change to customize where the smoke will appear:

    -10.00 - this relates to how far back from the aircraft the smoke effect will start to appear.

    -0.70 - this relates to where the smoke will appear on the horizontal axis, 0.0 is the center, any number above or below will move the effect to the left or right of the fuselage.

    0.0 - this relates to where the smoke appears on the vertical axis, 0.0 is the center and any number above or below will move the effect up or down.

    fx_smoke_w - this is the effect fsx will use, in this case it's the default smoke effect.


    Cheers, Mike.

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