> Not a thing code wise.  It's just a visual thing that is handled on the
> flightgear side.  It might be useful to have a textual 
> description of the VRP
> somewhere like in the FDM config (e.g. "VRP is tip of the propeller nose
> cone"), just so that it is possible to tell.  To be honest I 
> couldn't make any
> sense out of the values that are currently being used:
> 
> 737/737.xml:   AC_VRP       600.33 0.0 -35.67
> A320/A320.xml:    AC_VRP        661.1   0.0 -37.0
> c172p/c172p.xml:    AC_VRP       42.6  0.0 38.5
> c172r/c172r.xml:    AC_VRP       42.6  0.0 38.5
> c172x/c172x.xml:    AC_VRP -10.0 0.0 0.0
> c182/c182.xml:    AC_VRP       43.9  0.0 40.6
> f104/f104.xml:   AC_VRP             -275.1   0.0   0.1
> f15/f15.xml:    AC_VRP             -237.25   0.0    4.58
> fokker100/fokker100.xml:   AC_VRP       1270.5  0.0 -32.0
> fokker50/fokker50.xml:   AC_VRP       497.1  0.0 -24.9
> OV10/OV10.xml:   AC_VRP       249.6  0.0 -12.5
> T37/T37.xml:   AC_VRP      -118.57 0.0 -8.8
> T38/T38.xml:   AC_VRP       0 0 0
> X15/X15.xml:    AC_VRP      342.82 0.0    0.0
> 
> The c310 currently does not have one set.

We have not yet set the values appropriately.

Jon


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