Jump to content


Economy class
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


airfighter last won the day on January 29

airfighter had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

5 Neutral

About airfighter

Recent Profile Visitors

375 profile views
  1. Version 1.0.0


    Avitab integration for FlightFactor's A350-900. Uses OIS charts page to display the Avitab screen. REQUIREMENTS Avitab plugin FlyWithLua INSTALLATION Unzip the file and you will get 2 folders. One for the root folder of FF A350 (Avitab.json), and one for the FlyWithLua/Scripts folder (FFA350_Avitab.lua). USAGE Go to OIS and select on the OPTIONS PAGE -> CURSOR ON DISPLAY -> DISPLAY + OS. This will keep the mouse pointer visible above Avitab display. Then go to OIS -> CHARTS and you will see the Avitab display as shown in the screenshots! A small caveat is that hides a small part of the Page Menu. Credits for the idea: Ivy Sofia Claro Jelmayer
  2. airfighter


    Looking good!
  3. Version 1.0.1


    Librain implementation for Laminar's Cessna 172SP. This implementation is based on an improved version of Laminar's xLua plugin (included) by "aeroplane" and a small part, by me. This way, you avoid to use an extra plugin to get rain effects. C-172SP G1000 Walkaround Do the following to make it work: Open the file Cessna_172SP_G1000_cockpit.obj with a text editor. Find the last line starting with IDX (should be IDX5455 - Line 7428) Add just below and above the line that says ANIM_begin the line: ATTR_cockpit. Save the file and enjoy flying in the rain! In the future will be included in the download. SPECIALLY FOR DEVELOPERS/TINKERS! : You can use this release as an example of how to use the librain plugin with xLua. ABOUT xLua Plugin : The xLua plugin here is an improved version of Laminar's xLua plugin, which already exists in the aircraft. The new version adds the ability to: Print log info to Log.txt file for debugging. Returns a global variable "acfFolder", a string with the full path of aircraft's folder. LICENCE: MIT
  4. Version 1.0.0


    A simple integration of Avitab into the default B747-400, by Ilias Tselios. INSTALLATION 1. Windows and Linux users: Drop the B747-400 folder into X-Plane 11/Aircraft/Laminar Research/ folder. Done! 2. Mac users: a. Copy the Avitab.json file in the X-Plane 11/Aircraft/Laminar Research/B747-400/ folder. b. Copy the folder "B747.Avitab" found in the B747_Avitab/Boeing B747-400/plugins/xlua/scripts/ folder into the X-Plane 11/Aircraft/Laminar Research/B747-400/plugins/xlua/scripts/ folder. USAGE 1. With the aircraft powered up, press the ECS button on the glareshield panel. Avitab will be displayed on the lower EICAS display. 2. Create a camera shortcut (Ctrl + a number on numberpad) to records a position that you have clear view of the display. 3. You can use Avitab normally. Avitab follows the normal operation (on/off, brightness, etc) as normal.
  5. Version 1.0.0


    This file will change how X-Plane looks at night at a very realistic way, without any noticeable performance penalty. Changes the default X-Plane file, so should work with any addons. For better experience, remove anything that alters X-Plane lighting. INSTALLATION: Go to X-Plane 11/Resources/bitmaps/world/lites folder and backup the lights.txt file. Put in place the lights.txt from the archive you've downloaded. Enjoy flying at night! If you have any problems, replace with the one you have backed up. NOTE: In a future update, X-Plane might override this file. Keep the archive safe in a place to put it back.
  • Create New...

Important Information

Please read the Terms of Use