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Author Topic: [-] Engine & weight section not showing range/payload graphs on plane info page  (Read 267 times)

Offline sanabas

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These links are from GW2.

The new plane page does show the graphs: https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/new/View/157/
However, this page doesn't exist for old planes that are no longer in production.

The compare plane page does show the graphs, even for planes that are very old, and lets you look at planes that were never ordered or are 100% scrapped: https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/Compare/
However, the compare page is more compressed with less info, doesn't show things like conversion options.

The plane info page, available for planes that exist in the gameworld, has the graph buttons missing: https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/Info/View/157/


The info page also doesn't show if you select a plane that is no longer available in the game world, due to all being scrapped or none ever being sold. Would be nice if this could still appear instead of giving an error message when trying to list the planes in existence. As I have no idea what planes may appear in later years, looking at past planes in a different GW is a good way to research options.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2019, 08:58:58 AM by Sami »

Offline Sami

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This is intentional & per design.

Offline sanabas

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Fair enough. Worth me posting a feature request? Nice to see the info in the intuitive place, rather than having extra clicks to find it in compare aircraft, especially if you don't know it's there.

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Some variants such as some B747s might have 10+ engine variants per model so including all that there isn't a good idea. The page is already so long and loaded with info. The approximate values there should be good enough...

 

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