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Usabri asked Flysimware answered

Removing duplicate checklist pages?

I'm creating an in-game checklist for the Aerobat. It doesn't have its own checklist or library file, but still has a few steps in the game that it's getting from somewhere. I've created a library and checklist file and everything shows up fine, but I've now got duplicates of Before Starting Engine, Starting Engine, Before Takeoff, Normal Takeoff one with my new list, and the other with the originals. Normally these would be removed from the checklist xml and all is well, but since the aerobat doesn't have one, I'm stuck. Is it possible to remove links to what may be a default checklist somewhere?

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There is a master is located here.

Official\OneStore\fs-base-aircraft-common\CheckpointsLibrary

Besides that here is what you do.

You create your own ???_Checklist.XML file and use the entries you want.

So for example you can have 1 checklist for BEFORE STARTING ENGINES or as many as you like.

<Page SubjectTT="TT:BEFORE STARTING ENGINES">
  <Checkpoint ReferenceId="CABIN_DOOR_CLOSED">
  <ForceCamera name="INSIDE_CABIN_DOOR"/>
  </Checkpoint>
</Page>

So if you have duplicates there must be 2 sections of this code above. Remove the one that was original.

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