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The EFB v2 Basic Installer includes a  more or less comprehensive selection of Aircraft Profiles. The location of the profiles is (default install): C:\Users\<Username>\Documents\AivlaSoft\EFB2\Client\Profiles

 

An Aircraft Profile in EFB v2 contains a number of aircraft specific parameters which can be freely altered with the included Profiles Editor. If you decide to create a new profile, Please bear in mind that the automatic linking of a selected aircraft to its profile is using the aircraft's *.air file name (without the Suffix .air). Make sure that you use this name only ONCE throughout all Aircraft Profiles. If it is already in use in another Aircraft Profile, you need to delete it there.

 

Whenever a new profile is added, it must be added to each Client's installation (this is also valid for altered Aircraft profiles).

 

Whenever a new profile is added or altered, the Client (if running) needs to be restarted to add the new profile to its profile database. Users are invited to contribute their own profiles if not yet included in the basic install. After verifying AivlaSoft will collect new Aircraft Profiles and provide download links.

 

Whether such new profiles will be included in EFB v2's basic installer will be decided at a later stage. In any case they will only be included for a major update (e.g. v2.0 to v2.1). If we decide to do so, we will then include a warning, that all existing Aircraft Profiles will be overwritten. In this case the users will have to make safety copies of their altered Aircraft Profiles.

 

Aircraft Profile                             contributed by

B717-200                                          AivlaSoft

Phenom 300                                     JerryJet

Cessna C510 Mustang                   JerryJet

Boeing B747-8I                                Terblanche

Boeing B747-8F                               Terblanche

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