On 26 Sep 2013, at 11:22, Stuart Buchanan <stuar...@gmail.com> wrote:

> One further point to make is that we do have the AI/Aircraft directory
> specifically
> used for low-poly/resolution models.
> So, if there are specific aircraft that are causing problems, arguably
> the correct
> way to resolve them is to create an AI version.  This would be quite a good
> task for someone wanting to get to grips with modeling, as it's easier to 
> remove
> things than add them.
> Perhaps we should mandate that aircraft over a certain size should have an AI
> version created?

+1 on all counts.

Some of the folks on the fourm have been doing greta work up the AI models of 
our transport-category aircraft, mostly to improve appearance of Traffic. The 
A320 and A330 have had overhauls and now look great, and I believe the Boeings 
are next on the list, which is good because the current AI 744 and 777 look 
pretty bad. But revised A320 is exactly the kind of model we want for MP - a 
realistic silhouette and nice liveries when parked without going crazy in any 
one area.


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