X-Plane models

Bluebell Models

  • Downloaded BB and opened the zip

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  • After extracting this looks like this

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  • Now the offset fix, without that models would appear too low, see here
  • Normally it will be correct if you need to override the overwriting

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  • You can also check you see the offset in the xsb_aircraft.txt file

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  • Working folder example:

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  • WRONG folder example, cascaded ("Airbus in Airbus")

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  • WRONG folder example, offset file folder in BB folder

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X-CSL

To get the X-CSL model sets you need to use the X-CSL Updater program that you will download from the X-CSL homepage. It is also suggested to create a subfolder for X-CSL inside X-Plane's "Custom Data"-folder to help you organize your model sets.

  1. download X-CSL Updater from https://csl.x-air.ru/
  2. extract the X-CSL Updater ZIP-file to a directory of your choice
  3. create a new folder inside Custom Data where you will store all X-CSL models, for example ..X-Plane 11Custom DataCSLXCSL
  4. start the X-CSL Updater
  • open File-menu => Set X-Plane location => browse to your X-Plane directory, select X-Plane.exe
  • open File-menu => Set custom path => confirm warning with OK => browse to your newly created X-CSL folder within X-Plane, for example ..X-Plane11CustomDataCSLXCSL
  • in the X-CSL Updater program click on Index on the bottom right
  • select the model sets from the list that need installation or updating and then click on Update. It may take a while to finish, depending on the number of models

When you are done you can close X-CSL Updater and start swift's Mapping Tool (swiftData), because now you'll need to update your "Active Model Set". For this please refer to our respective Tutorials and help pages.

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