there is a way for the aircraft designers to make their airplanes made with
flightshop at the real size for Quickcombat: in aircraft factory, the thing to
do is to enter a value in one of the windows where you normally put information
about the airplane (name, designer, etc...): one have to enter the size (the
scale of the model). by entering no value in theses fields, Aicraft factory
think that the model is at the scale 1:1 ; if you enter this value -> 3/1 ,then
the visual model will be created in FS with a size three times superior. by
converting it to CFS you can compare it's size with the other airplanes and by
trial and error, you 'll be able to set the correct ratio. No need to redesign
enterely the plane in flightshop, just by entering the scale, you airplane will
be changed accordingly once you produce it.
Sounds very simple. This function is documented somewhere in flightshop, though
is not made very clear. Hope this help to correct the problem.
Of course, only the designer or someone who have the AFX can make the change.
The thing to do is to upload the new file, with the precision that it's for use
only with CFS (or the plane will be twice or thrice it's size if used in FS98.