Dirty and clean textures
How can we change the default ‘dirty’ texture to the ‘clean’ texture? I see there are files for both options but no idea how to switch from one to the other. Thanks.
@rfpilot I'm assuming you're talking about the Arrow III (non-turbo) since the turbo doesn't have clean/dirty textures that I know of.
Take everything from the Clean folder that starts with "ARROWVC_" and copy it into the \SimObjects\Airplanes\JF_PA28_Arrow\texture.VC folder, then take everything that starts with "GLASS_" and copy it into \SimObjects\Airplanes\JF_PA28_Arrow\texture, and you should be good to go.
There are 3rd party mods that have a variety of cockpit colors and non-scratched glass... which personally I don't like.
@gabe777 I wish they gave us the option for the turbo arrows without going to 3rd party options. Personally, my turbo arrow IRL doesn't look like a used hard rental.
I don't have the Turbo Arrow, but the Arrow has instructions in the manual for changing textures:
This simulation of the Arrow III is an exact likeness of the real-life G-BGKU, including the significant wear and
tear to the cockpit resulting from decades of use as a training aircraft. For those who would prefer a less worn
cockpit, we have included a set of alternative textures. The two texture sets can be found in the ‘\justflightaircraft-
pa28-arrow-iii\Cockpit\’ folder and replace the files found in ‘\justflight-aircraft-pa28-arrow-iii\SimObjects
Does this remove the scratched glass on the left cockpit door ? Doesn't half spoil the view
@gabe777 I haven't actually tried installing the clean textures, I like the worn feel of the textures as they are. I was just quoting the manual.
I thought that the IV had the used textures and the II the clean ones...
I made for myself a custom livery out of the paintkit, and the interior (inherited from the default turbo III) is clean.