Conditions within OBJ files are supported since X-Plane 10 only. However OBJ files containing conditions also work in X-Plane 9 but simply get ignored.

X-Plane 10 supports the conditionalization of OBJ files. Conditionalization is a process whereby the contents of a file are skipped or used depending on rendering settings. Typical uses of conditionalization are to change the appearance of an object when shadows are enabled, or when HDR is on.

To make use of conditions in XPlane2Blender do the following:

  1. Now select a condition from the dropdown and choose if this condition should be true or not.

    The object(s) will be only visible if the condition is met.

If you think this is a good thing buy me a beer.

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