Template:Missions-ObjRef-FunctionName

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Draft Template intended for use in all Missions-FunctionName

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  • Do not rollout yet, we need to ratify the template structure/content/layout requirements.









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Template:Missions-ObjRef-FunctionName is FSX Acceleration specific, and will only work for users with Acceleration installed.

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This is an overview page. For expanded detail click the topic links below.

Properties

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Property - Description

Object Proper Name - ObjectProperName e.g. TimerTrigger

Object Type - ObjectType e.g. Trigger

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Useage

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Missions-ObjRef-FunctionName
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Called By List of permissible parent nodes
Calls List of permissible child nodes
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Called By

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Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Calls

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Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Caveats

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See Also

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Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

ToDo - Will replace this with a'navbox' type formatted table.

Examples

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

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Internal

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ToDo - Possibly replace this with a'navbox' type formatted table.

Mission Objects

Actions are a declarative way to cause something to happen in the world. Examples of actions are playing a sound file, completing an objective, showing text in the adventure window, failing an engine, completing a goal, etc.

AI Objects are computer controlled vehicles, i.e. Aircraft, Boats, Ground Vehicles, or Other.

Area Definition Object only supports one type, RectangleArea, which defines a 3D box. The edges of the box will not appear when the mission is being played.

Group Object defines a single reference to one or more objects. This is helpful if a selection of objects are used a number of times. Group objects cannot refer to other group objects.

Mission Object There are several types of Mission Object. They have the same generic properties as Actions.

Scenery Objects can be added to the world, to appear only when the mission is being undertaken.

Mobile Scenery Objects can be added to the world, to appear only when the mission is being undertaken.

Spawn List - A list of objects (AI aircraft, scenery objects, triggers, and actions) that should only appear in the mission when a certain stage in the mission has been reached.

Triggers initiate Actions. There are eleven different types of triggers, (3 only work in FSXA).

Goal Object - There is only one type of goal, and a mission can include one or more goals.

Reward Object one-liner about Reward Object.

Disabled Traffic Airport Object - A disabled airport will not be involved in any AI traffic, either as a starting point or a destination.

Link - Description

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External

If you haven't found what you're looking for here, then we'd recommend, (in order of preference) -

  • AVSIM - Mission downloads (newest first).

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Reference

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