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    Posted: July-24-2006 at 11:14pm

Can someone point me towards an .AIR file editor?  I need to make some AI aircraft visible in the selection window.  I used to have an app that did it allowed me to peek into the .air file and change that variable, but for the life of me, I can't find it now, and don't even remember the name.

 

Any help would be appreciated greatly

 

Mark

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The utility you want is AirED you will find it on AVSIM

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Thanks for the info.  I actually didn't find it on Avsim but found some files that mentioned that you needed it and provided a link to the AirED website.  Here it is for anyone else who may need it.

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/hsors/FS_Soft/

Thanks again.

Mark

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That's very useful. I think that AirEd v1.52 is the latest available. I've searched for it everywhere on the web, without success. I don't know how you found this website, but thanks anyway.

Actually, if all you want to do is edit the .air file to remove (or add) an aircraft to the FS Aircraft list, older versions of AirEd will do the job just as well, but it's still nice to have the latest version.
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Yes, thank you for the link to the site.
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