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Wrong navlights on TFS Dash 8-100 and 8-300
« on: April 17, 2012, 08:52:27 PM »
 Hi all.

 I have some nav lights problems with TFS Dash 8-100 and 300th

 Red / green nav lights are up in the air and not down at the wing (as they should)
 and the white nav light behind the tail is not up to the rear of the plane.

 I've tried to download the TFS original base pack with both aircraft and use a clean aircraft.cfg but this does not solve the problem.

 Does anyone have a solution to this problem with my lights?

 And I've tried with the settings which is in the "Shockwave" lights thread, but it did not help either.

TFS lights settings for the DASH 8-100 from the aircraft.cfg file in the basepack:

[lights]

//Types: 1=beacon, 2=strobe, 3=navigation, 4=cockpit, 5=landing

light.0 = 3, 0.25, -42.34, 5.50, fx_navred
light.1 = 3, 0.25, 42.34, 5.50, fx_navgre
light.2 = 2, 0.55, -42.3, 5.50, fx_strobe
light.3 = 2, 0.55, 42.3, 5.50, fx_strobe
light.4 = 1, -34.5, 0, 17.9, fx_beacon
light.5 = 2, -37, 0.06, 1.45, fx_strobe
light.6 = 2, -37, -0.06, 1.45, fx_strobe

and the 8-300 from the aircraft.cfg file in the basepack:

[lights]

//Types: 1=beacon, 2=strobe, 3=navigation, 4=cockpit, 5=landing

light.0 = 3, 2.25, -44.84, 5.55, fx_navred
light.1 = 3, 2.25, 44.84, 5.55, fx_navgre
light.2 = 2, 2.55, -44.75, 5.55, fx_strobe
light.3 = 2, 2.55, 44.75, 5.55, fx_strobe
light.4 = 1, -38.3, 0, 17.9, fx_beacon
light.5 = 2, -40.4, 0.06, 1.45, fx_strobe
light.6 = 2, -40.4, -0.06, 1.45, fx_strobe

In the "Shockwave tread":

Bombardier Dash 8-100 TFS (Normal)

[LIGHTS]
light.0 = 3, 0.25, -42.34, 5.50, fx_shockwave_navred
light.1 = 3, 0.25, 42.34, 5.50, fx_shockwave_navgre
light.2 = 2, 0.55, -42.3, 5.50, fx_shockwave_strobe_l
light.3 = 2, 0.55, 42.3, 5.50, fx_shockwave_strobe_l
light.4 = 1, -34.5, 0, 17.9, fx_shockwave_beacon_lowl
light.5 = 2, -37, 0.06, 1.45, fx_shockwave_strobe_sm
light.6 = 3, -37, -0.06, 1.45, fx_shockwave_navwhi
light.7 = 2, -9, -13.30, 3.5, fx_nicksmokeAI_sm_lear
light.8 = 2, -9, 13.3, 3.5, fx_nicksmokeAI_sm_lear
light.9 = 5, 3.4, 16.75, 4.1, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.10 = 5, 3.5, 15.65, 4, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.11 = 5, 3.5, -15.65, 4, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.12 = 5, 3.4, -16.75, 4.1, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.13 = 6, 26.8, 0.28, -5.2, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow

Bombardier Dash 8-300 TFS (Normal)

[LIGHTS]
light.0 = 3, 2.24, -44.83, 5.55, fx_shockwave_navred
light.1 = 3, 2.24, 44.81, 5.55, fx_shockwave_navgre
light.2 = 2, 2.53, -44.76, 5.55, fx_shockwave_strobe_l
light.3 = 5, 6.19, 16.63, 4.23, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.4 = 5, 6.29, 15.76, 4.19, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.5 = 5, 6.29, -15.77, 4.19, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.6 = 5, 6.19, -16.66, 4.24, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.7 = 6, 34.42, 0.28, -5.24, fx_shockwave_landing_light_narrow
light.8 = 2, 2.53, 44.74, 5.55, fx_shockwave_strobe_l
light.9 = 1, -38.29, 0, 17.79, fx_shockwave_beacon_lowl
light.10 = 2, -40.37, 0.05, 1.44, fx_shockwave_strobe_2
light.11 = 3, -40.37, -0.04, 1.44, fx_shockwave_navwhi

But something is wrong and i dont know what  ???

If someone can correct this or perhaps got 2 aircrafts cfg working with schokwave lights and could send it, that will be perfect  :)

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« Last Edit: April 17, 2012, 09:06:57 PM by Boeing 707 »
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Re: Wrong navlights on TFS Dash 8-100 and 8-300
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2012, 09:29:24 PM »
It looks like your datum point has shifted upward. All light references are based on this point. Are you using the TFS  air file or a modified one? If using a modified air file for better flight, you probably want to keep it and that means adjusting your light settings.