jetskit wrote:Do we just put the contents of the folder into wepons in ysflight ??
In the pack, you'll find the names of weapons. In each folder with the name of a weapon are a bunch of files named like bomb.srf.
What you need to do is choose a weapon in each category and then copy the files into the misc folder in your YSF directory.
So for example for my short range AAM, I'll choose the model of the R-60, which is a Russian AAM.
So, I open up the zip file, find the folder named "r60" and then I'll copy the 2 files inside, "aim9.srf" and "aim9s.srf" and paste them inside of the "misc" folder inside the YS Flight main directory.
If you copy all the folders in the zip and just paste them into the misc folder, nothing will change - you can't have all of the different models at once, so you need to choose.
I personally have 2 folders named "USA" and "Russia". In my "Russia" folder for example, I have the bombs and missiles of the Soviet Union / Russia. If I'm making a video or taking a photo on YSF and I'm using Russian aircraft, I'll copy the contents of the Russian folder and paste them into the misc folder, overwriting everything.
Then when I want to do some US / NATO action, I simply overwrite all the misc folder files with the files in my USA folder - it's much faster than having to go through all the different folders.