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Excluded models in mapping tool
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Some models are marked as excluded (meaning in that context here, that the model shall not be used for matching). Typical reasons for that are:

  • XPlane .acf models (flyable aircraft) cannot be used for matching. See XPlane specific information.
  • Some AI models for FSX/P3D do not show valid aircraft and are therefor excluded.
  • Legal reasons might lead to excluded models.
  • Some models exists, but are known to be buggy/malfunctional or consume too many resources
  • It is still useful to create mappings for such models!, see Reverse lookup
    • for automatic flight plan information
    • for the login ICAO data
    • for reverse lookup between swift clients (more detailed info used for matching)
IMPORTANT: Normally excluded models are not used in a model set, but there might be exceptions (we cannot verify all cases)
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