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Please tell me how to apply a custom jetway!

I checked the official Jetway documentation for the MSFS SDK, but I still don't understand.
I created and exported a 3D model, and clicked Build All in MSFS SDK.
Then, I immediately opened Simple Airport and looked for it,
Scenery, Sim object, Jetway weren't included in any of them.
Is there anything I've been missing?

to sum it up,
Export in 3Ds MAX -> Open in MSFS SDK -> Click Build All ->
Open Simple Airport -> Find My Custom Jetway.

Other than my custom Jetway, other users of this forum do not load... I would appreciate it if you could explain in detail how to apply it.

Thank You.
What do you mean by the export/open in MSFS steps? How is your project set up?
Did you create an xml file for the model?
I normally build outside the sim, using FSpackageTool, and then copy the built package into the Community folder before I start the sim. After the recent changes to the SDK the second step isn't necessary just to place a model, but it's a quick simple process so you may as well do it.