Halo 2 updating configuration files
If there is only one section (labeled [fltsim.0]), it is because there is only one configuration set in that aircraft container.If there is more than one configuration set (labeled [fltsim.0], [fltsim.1], [fltsim.2], and so on), each one refers to a different version of the aircraft.Note that custom tail numbers burned into textures will not be modified by this.The ATC system will use the specified airline name with this aircraft. ATC will treat this aircraft as an airliner when this is used in conjunction with atc_flight_number.From a developer’s perspective, the aircraft are really just different configuration sets of the same aircraft.
This information will be displayed in a description box when the aircraft is selected.The fact that multiple aircraft share some components is hidden from the user.From a user’s perspective, they are distinct aircraft (just as if all the common files were duplicated and included in three distinct aircraft containers).If a parameter is not explicitly set it automatically refers to the default (extension-less) folder.The parameters in each configuration set can refer to the same files, to different files, or to a mix of files.
Indicates that some essential files are missing from the aircraft container.