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Manually editing .aircraft file


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I found it more convenient to edit the aircraft manually with a program like notepad++ as the powersettings needed to be re-ordered.

T‌he .aircraft file contains several lines of this form:
<CruiseProfile Name="2500ft/79%/25/2500, 140kts" FuelBurn="44.000000" IndicatedAirspeed="140.000000" Airspeed="140.000000" AirspeedType="True" />

T‌here are 2 items about airspeed showing the same value. What is the intention for this ?

I‌s there more information about the structure of the .aircraft file? Most entries are self explaining of course‌‌‌‌
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drnicolas - 3/11/2017 4:34:21 PM
I found it more convenient to edit the aircraft manually with a program like notepad++ as the powersettings needed to be re-ordered.

T‌he .aircraft file contains several lines of this form:
<CruiseProfile Name="2500ft/79%/25/2500, 140kts" FuelBurn="44.000000" IndicatedAirspeed="140.000000" Airspeed="140.000000" AirspeedType="True" />

T‌here are 2 items about airspeed showing the same value. What is the intention for this ?

I‌s there more information about the structure of the .aircraft file? Most entries are self explaining of course‌‌‌‌


Nobody knowing about the secrets of the aircraft-profile XML?
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