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    Default Hiding unwanted aircraft

    Is there a way to hide unwanted airplanes in the scrolling selection menu? I only fly a few of them and thought it would be nice not to have to scroll through all the unwanted ones.
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    The only way I can think of would be to move the actual aircraft folders into a backup folder, e.g:
    In the Official\OneStore folder, create a new folder named _Backup (the underscore keeps that folder at the top of the list).
    Move your unwanted aircraft folders into the _Backup folder.
    If you want them back again, move them into the main OneStore folder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pops52 View Post
    Is there a way to hide unwanted airplanes in the scrolling selection menu? I only fly a few of them and thought it would be nice not to have to scroll through all the unwanted ones.
    A more robust way is to go into the Content Manager (Profile -> Content Manager) and delete the airplanes you don't need from there. It has the added benefit of saving a little bit of disk space.

    If you change your mind in the future, you can just redownload them again from the same place.

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    Thanks guys, I will give it a try.
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    As a follow up I deleted a number of unused planes from the content manager and now have reduced them down to a manageable 16. Thanks guys for the tips to do this.
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