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AI touchdown smoke effects

Hi,
Is there a way to remove the touchdown smoke effects for AI planes and helicopters?
Their removal in aircraft.cfg does not seem to be recognized by AI traffic.
thank you in advance.

Jean
 

tgibson

Resource contributor
Odd, always worked for me. You cannot remove dust effects on a dirt runway though, for example.
 

tgibson

Resource contributor
Perhaps do not leave the effect line blank (that may use a default effect); instead include the name of a non-existent effect or the name of an effect that does not produce smoke.

Try this one too:

touchdown=fx_tchdwn_s, 1
 
Thank you very much tgibson,

it was a great idea.

With the effect
touchdown = fx_tchdwn_s, 1 the result was much better but there was still a slight smoke effect.

It made me remember that there is an effect that produces nothing in P3D:

fx_dummy_fx.

And the touchdown smoke is gone. :)

Best regards
Jean
 
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