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Offline Jeepee

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Spray effect vs. Level-D 767-300
« on: March 19, 2008, 03:37:11 PM »
Hello all,

I've recently installed the "Reverser Spray" by Edward Cox ("reverser_spray.zip" at www.avsim.com) and tried to fine tune my Level-D 767-300 -FS2004- aircraft.cfg entries to make it work, but I'm quite disappointed by the result; it looks like the spray effect comes from underneath the fuselage instead of from the engines themselve..

Could anybody help me in finding the good values in order to see the spray effect coming from the engines thrust reversers sleeves ?

Here's a copy for my aircraft.cfg smoke system section :
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[SMOKESYSTEM]
smoke.0 = 14.500000,-26.000000,-6.583333, Opensky_revspray //-18.030, 14.500000, -26.000000, Opensky_revspray
smoke.1 = 14.500000,26.000000,-6.583333, Opensky_revspray //-18.030, 14.500000, 26.000000, Opensky_revspray
//smoke.0 = -10.5,  58.5, 2.5, fx_smoke_w
//smoke.1 = -10.5, -58.5, 2.5, fx_smoke_w

Hereunder, two screenshots when I avoided a SQC 747-400F crossing the active departure runway without (AI) clearance; fortunately, the R-TO autobrakes made its job!
Hope I'll never have to do in real !   lol







And a front view of the weird spray effect:



Thanks in advance for your help.

Jeepee
Jean-Philippe DELWICHE
Captain B737 & B787
TUI fly Belgium

Offline james solomon

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Re: Spray effect vs. Level-D 767-300
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2008, 04:29:19 PM »
could this be done to AI airplanes