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B737-300(F) West Atlantic Cargo Airlines

Postby investdude » Tue Mar 10, 2020 12:21 am

Does anyone know how to get the B737-300(F) West Atlantic Cargo Airlines cargo door to open? The Readme says SHIFT+E+2 but that doesn't work for me, it only opens the front door. I have tried all the other possibilities: Wing Fold, Water Rudder, Concorde nose visor, etc but nothing works for me. If anyone has that aircraft and is able to open the cargo door, please let me know how you do it. Thanks, Investdude
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Re: B737-300(F) West Atlantic Cargo Airlines

Postby darrenvox » Sat Mar 21, 2020 8:02 pm

ask this over at HJG perhaps... I still don't know....most of the time it opens with wing fold!!
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Re: B737-300(F) West Atlantic Cargo Airlines

Postby aerofoto » Tue Apr 07, 2020 10:42 am

The port side forward fuselage main deck cargo doors on each of the HJG hosted B737-300 and -400 SCD type simulations "DO NOT" open/"ARE NOT" animated .... as stated within HJG's forum based B737 manual.

That is the way these models were compiled and then supplied to HJG.

See paragraph 1.05 .... "HJG B737-300/400/500 3D MODEL REPRESENTATION" within "SECTION 1" of the following-linked forum based HJG B737 manual ....

tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/8798/b737-300-installation-handling-notes

May I also suggest .... in future, and in regard to all HJG simulations, it's better to seek advice directly from the HJG forum .... since that's where the expertise which has either brought the HJG simulations into existence. or otherwise supports them, is located. This request is simply intended to ensure not only the best and most thorough, but also, the quickest resolutions for end users ;)

I've only just seen/stumbled across this query here by pure chance/accident :)

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