IP I think, means Inn Plane.
'Config' is one of the pull down tabs in Inn Plane
Going to investigate.
Ps 'Inn Plane' is one of the menu options in FSInn
Just found this on a related forum which might help....
"...FSInn users have to set the ICAO Airline code manually in FSPlane (IPConfig?) in order to be seen with correct livery by SB3 users...otherwise they will always show as generic VIP aircraft..."
If you can find this FSPlane (IPConfig?) file then try adding JHB for JHB Airlines and see what happens?
-----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Alastair Sent: 03 October 2005 20:10 To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [jhb_airlines] Re: From small acorns..
Say Glasgow (EGPF)
No controllers active, at present.
Phil Reynolds wrote:
If you want to pop online to check if things work, I'm free for a little while.....
-----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Alastair Sent: 03 October 2005 19:54 To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [jhb_airlines] Re: From small acorns..
I think that you are right about the 'automatic' bit.
Installed the aircraft as per Phil's instructions (apart from the VIP.SMS bit.)
Then asked FSInn to rescan for a/c changes etc.
Then looking through the 'Inn Plane' section found the following (amongst many others, of course)
Aircraft B737 AL JHB Type L2J Res Lo Res Title VIP_B737JHB
But as they say:- 'the proof of the pudding'
Just out of interest when first installing FSInn it synchronises with the FSInn database and downloads descriptions (I assume) for 3040 aircraft! not including the aircraft in your own directory!
My next guess is that you should have a VIP.SMS file somewhere in your
folder. If not it MUST have some sort of cfg file to recognise the other
aircraft. There again it might possibly be automatic (and I've just seen a pig fly past the window).
Have a dig around.