- Bluebell CSL models sunken in ground/too low (vertical offset fix) -> Solution: Install the BB_IVAO_vert_offsets fix (Download Bluebell CSL and vertical offset fix) (simply copy the files from the BB_IVAO_vert_offsets folder over the original ones) and restart X-Plane. Make sure you install it correctly! Do not end up in a cascaded structure, see next item.
- If all offsets for the BB models are missing, check you haven't ended up if a cascaded directory structure and updated the offsets in the wrong place. This can easily happen if you click on the rar file and extract to a different place. Make sure you only have one xsb_aircraft.txt per folder.
- For an example see Install BlueBell (BB) models
- Working folder example:
- WRONG folder example, cascaded ("Airbus in Airbus")
- WRONG folder example, offset file folder in BBfolder
- If some individual aircraft seem to be too high or low, you can also check the vertical offset in the xsb_aircraft.txt
- Normal Jets have values around 2-4 meters as value there, if you see values off the grid maybe this value is wrong
- below you find some examples
OBJ8_AIRCRAFT A320_UAL OBJ8 SOLID YES __Bluebell_Airbus/A320/A320_UAL.obj VERT_OFFSET 3.5 <-- meters AIRLINE A320 UAL lOBJ8_AIRCRAFT B763_DAL OBJ8 SOLID YES __Bluebell_Boeing/B763/B763_DAL.obj VERT_OFFSET 4.44 <-- meters AIRLINE B763 DAL OBJ8_AIRCRAFT A306_UPS OBJ8 SOLID YES __Bluebell_Airbus/A306/A306_UPS.obj VERT_OFFSET 17.5 <-- UPS, extremely high AIRLINE A306 UPS ICAO A30
You should see these values in the model view if everything is correctly setup.
- 0 means a correct zero value
- null means a value is not existing
Really make sure that you look at the right thing, this is the path where the model comes from. Check the corresponding xsb_aircraft.txt file there if it really contains the value. Many people create their model set from some weird place. If you change your paths, you need to re-create your model set, see Model set - creating or recreate a model set