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michiel | 3 years ago | 7 comments | 5 likes | 1,197 views

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Here's how to change the arrival city name position of template 10 of BixPack 20:
-select layer 24
-change the POSITION property

In the same way the position of the departure city can be changed:
-select layer 21
-change the POSITION property




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The template can be found here:

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michiel, 3 years ago


Very cool michiel.

Dani, 3 years ago


OK Michiel, you change the names of the cities (Departure and Arrival) but don't change the flightpath itself.

Is there anyway to do this ?, there was a show sometime ago where changing the coordinates you could change the cities of departure and arrival, but I don't know how to do this here.

snafu, 3 years ago

You can do that with the FX FLIGHT DEPARTURE and FX FLIGHT ARRIVAL properties of layer 10 (the plane) and layer 17 (the line)

michiel, 3 years ago


Thank you Michiel

snafu, 3 years ago

Trying to change the flight departure & arrival locations as set out in the above instructions by changing Lat & Long etc, but can't seem to get it to work ... Departure Airport should be Manchester UK and arrival airport should be Detroit USA ...... Can ANYONE give me a step by step tutorial on how to do this ... It's for a trip to visit Hitsville USA - Motown

Many Thanks

Backflipboy, 3 years ago

Here's a page that offers longitude and latitude info of cities. According to this page Manchester is (-2,53) and Detroit is (-83,42). Note that - means west.

In template 10 the line is rendered with layer 17 and the plane with layer 10. Enter those numbers in all keys of both layers.

en.wikipedia.org...

michiel, 3 years ago


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