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UT2 in Prepar3d v5

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Topic: UT2 in Prepar3d v5
Posted By: Querer
Subject: UT2 in Prepar3d v5
Date Posted: April-27-2020 at 2:41pm
Hi all, I am currently moving my AI traffic over from v4.5 to v5. I know it is not supported, but I bet my questions are not related to the sim I use, but it is puzzling me:

- suddenly, I see "daedalus" aircraft, although I have "show generic paints" deactivated in the UT2 GUI. How can that be?

- I wanted to check via repaintlist.txt, but this is not really helpful. It first only shows repaints from the UT2_weekly_official database and it shows aircraft using the "daedalus" livery that do not use it, according to the UT2 GUI menue.

What can I do? I hate those "Daedalus" repaints amongst my AI traffic, it totally ruins immersion, besides the fact that those models are not up to date anymore...

I am glad for any hint how to find the "Daedalus" paints...

Regards
Chris



Replies:
Posted By: Querer
Date Posted: April-29-2020 at 5:43am
Ok, activating and deactivating the generic paints in the UT2 GUI fixed it, all "Daedalus" are now gone again. I wonder why it "lost" this setting.


Posted By: Ash Mundo
Date Posted: August-24-2022 at 1:52pm
You got UT2 to run on P3Dv5?


Posted By: ScottecLEMD
Date Posted: September-04-2022 at 12:19pm
I had it running too at one time, bit of setup required but it does work...but aircraft still disappear over long distances.  I ditched the UT2 database of aircraft types and airport and rewrote what I needed ;-)

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Ken Brattey



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