Do not hesitate to ask for support at our forum. In order to ease processing, please adhere to the following simple "rules":
Your livery can be rejected without further notice.
- Your files have to comply with the GNU GPL V2 license.
- The livery must exist, or have existed in the real world; on the respective aircraft.
- Zip only the files you've changed and/or added (eg. textures and livery xmls). Keep in mind that:
- you use the correct ICAO code (can be found at www.airfleets.net or Wikipedia) for your livery. If the airline does not have an ICAO code, or the livery is based on a private one, the registration of the aircraft can be used instead.
- the .xml file must be in the form of ICAO.xml.
- the texture must be in .png format and named like ICAO.png.
- all files should be placed inside their respective directories, relative to the aircraft's root (eg. Models/Liveries).
- Upload a JPG screenshot (thumbnail) of the livery (of the flying aircraft) in a 350*250 (w*h) resolution.
- Each livery will be checked before it is commited. You might receive an e-mail with requests for improvements or additional files.
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