OpenRocket Quest Q-jet C12

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  1. Jun 26, 2019 #1

    fulldec

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    I can't seem to find the C12 in the OR list of motors. Would like to run some sims with it.

    I am I missing something, or is it just not there?

    Thanks,

    Don
     
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    Nytrunner

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    Download the motor file from thrustcurve.org, put it in a file near OpenRocket, and tell it to look for motor files in the new location also
     
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    Thanks for the quick response. I've got the files, both the .eng and .rse, not sure which it will be looking for.

    Not to be dense, but I do not see a way to "tell it to look for motor files in the new location" How do I do that?

    While I'm at it, is there a way for me to add it to the system so others can just find it in the pull down menu?

    Don
     
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    Under 'edit', 'preferences' you can see the default path to add your downloaded files to. Additionally, you probably can add more paths separated by a semicolon as advised below.
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    Jeff got it for ya.

    Use the .eng files
     
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