Red and Light Grey Canadian Livery for Just Flight PA-28R Turbo Arrow III/IV (III)

  • Adding fictional livery C-GUJJ to fly the PA-28R Turbo Arrow III in Canada. This is a complementary livery to C-FXAJ (Turbo Arrow IV). Just Flight did not include a Canadian livery for either aircraft; I thought I should do something about it.



    https://flight-sim.org/filebas…r-turbo-arrow-iii-iv-iii/


    Version 1.1 Update

    Fixed minor texturing details and updated readme.txt install instructions as recommended by Jan from IPACS.



    Recommended install instructions:


    Unzip and install the cgujj directory and files into the aircraft directory:


    For Windows 10 using Steam:

    "C:\Users\...\Documents\Aerofly FS 2\aircraft\pa28r201t\cgujj"


    For Linux (Linux Mint 20/Ubuntu 20.04) using Steam:

    home/.config/Aerofly FS 2/aircraft/pa28r201t/cgujj


    For Mac:

    Macintosh HD/Users/…/Library/Containers/com.aerofly.aerofly-fs-2-mac/Data/Library/Application Support/Aerofly FS/aircraft/pa28r201t/cgujj



    I am releasing this to complement my Canadian Turbo Arrow IV livery, in anticipation of the upcoming release of Christophe’s British Columbia SW Part 5 Vancouver. I will be flying all over BC SW and enjoying every moment with the Turbo Arrow aircraft!


    Thank you for your support and I hope you enjoy the very scenic skies over Southwestern British Columbia! ^^



    Cheers,

    Tony aka Strykai

    2020-12-11

    Edited 2 times, last by Strykai: Updated repaint to V.1.1 with a very minor texture change and updated readme.txt file with recommended install paths by IPAC. ().

  • Don’t put anything in the steam folders. The repaints should work fine if you add them in a folder with the exact same name as the plane in your user documents.

    Well no Jan, I have already tried in the past in Documents / Aerofly FS 2 / addons / aircraft / it doesn't recognize this path? For the reason, that all the repaints are in steam. An other idea?:/

    Cheers,

    Pascal


    Intel I7-4930MX - 3,90 GHz - 32 Go - GTX 880M - 8 Go - Samsung SSD M.2 250 Go + Samsung SSD M.2 750 Go - Win10 Pro

  • Use Documents / Aerofly FS 2 / aircraft

    That should work... or rather: It does work for user made liveries and default aircraft, I haven't checked it with repaints for the 3rd party aircraft but they should behave the same. Let us know if that doesn't work and we'll try to find a solution. I'm not sure if we ever considered adding user made content for third party content. That like add-on-ception.


    Worst thing that could happen is that any steam update just removes all of your custom liveries if you have them in the Steam folders. Or it could cause issues with our application that we wont be able to reproduce or fix for you.

    So yeah you can keep the files there but don't be sad when steam just deletes them at any time.

  • What? But is it a nightmare? =OWe should add all the repaints with planes made by third party authors, but is it a real mess in there?

    Don't you have another solution to create for example a repaint folder in the aircraft folder?:/

    Cheers,

    Pascal


    Intel I7-4930MX - 3,90 GHz - 32 Go - GTX 880M - 8 Go - Samsung SSD M.2 250 Go + Samsung SSD M.2 750 Go - Win10 Pro

  • What? But is it a nightmare? =OWe should add all the repaints with planes made by third party authors, but is it a real mess in there?

    Don't you have another solution to create for example a repaint folder in the aircraft folder?:/

    The simple and elegant solution is having a dedicated folder in your user documents that contains all user made content. No Steam update or installer is ever going to touch that and it just works plug and play if you copy it to another computer.

    If you put files into the default game directory it can cause all kinds of issues. From update installers or Steam removing your files without notice, the game crashing, game not starting because of new read/write permissions for your folders just to name a few.

  • This also should work for the DVD version by the way....


    The correct path for Mac is Macintosh HD⁩/Users⁩/…/Library⁩/Containers⁩/com.aerofly.aerofly-fs-2-mac/⁨Data⁩/⁨Library/Application Support⁩/Aerofly FS/aircraft/pa28r201t/cgujj


    User Folder paths can always be found in the wiki, too...

    https://www.aerofly.com/dokuwiki/doku.php/simulator:path

  • I've updated this livery with a very small change to the repaint (I'm OCD with repaints) and the readme.txt to add the recommended install paths by Jan. Both C-GUJJ and C-FXAJ should be final now.


    I'm going to relax for now and hopefully enjoy some flying!


    Cheers,

    Tony ^^