Monday, August 17, 2009

Aerial Refueling

Many of the models have refueling switches. These switches extend the refueling probe (or open the refueling door) and begin the refueling process. A green light on the fuel gauge lets you know that refueling has begun. My airplanes used to honor the air refueling "box" behind the tanker, so that you had to be in position there to refuel. Someone changed this in FlightGear, requiring refuelers to have a nasal script installed in order to honor the box. I've decided not to support this change, so my models can now refuel anywhere. Sorry about that.

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