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Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Mer Déc 20, 2017 16:47
de AbhimanyuSinghal
Hello Guys,

I am having some trouble with bob.
On mobile application, we get a free chance at using bob once a day.
However even after complete repair of all aircraft (wear at 0.00%), the maintenance log still shows the A checks amount in millions.

Please someone help me and advise how bob works and how to use it effectively.

Re: Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Mer Déc 20, 2017 17:53
de Dialex
I'm not sure I undestand your problem. If all your aircrafts have 0% wear, why are you looking at the price of a check A if you don't need it ?

Re: Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Jeu Déc 21, 2017 06:36
de AbhimanyuSinghal
I was looking at D checks but still i saw money needed for A checks.

Re: Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Jeu Déc 21, 2017 20:37
de Dialex
Yes, because it gives you the amount needed to perform a check A for all your planes. This is because your slider (the first one about wear) is to the right, showing planes with a wear over 0%. If you adjust the filter for example to 10%, then you will see only the planes with 10% wear or more.

Re: Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Sam Déc 23, 2017 08:03
de AbhimanyuSinghal
Yes, but all my planes are already at 0.00% wear so it should show $0 for the A checks. But it is not.

Re: Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Sam Déc 23, 2017 11:05
de Dialex
I'll try to be more clear with some screenshots. If you are talking about something else, please send a screenshot :)

When you open the maintenance book, you see the proportion of aircraft by wear

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First of all, make sure that all your planes are in low wear (blue)

Then when you click on the maintenance button, you can select your aircrafts with two filters: aircraft's wear and age mark.

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If you don't change anything and you leave the first slider in the same position (the slider in the red box), it will show the aircrafts between 0% and 100% wear (which means all your aircrafts) and will give you the price to perform a check A even if you don't need it.

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As you can see, I don't need to perform check A either, but it will show me the price to perform it to all my aircrafts between 0% and 100% wear because I chose it with the filter.

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But if you go back and change the filter to 10% wear, then it will only show aircrafts that have a wear rate between 10% and 100% (the ones that need to be repaired)

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As expected, no aircrafts are shown and the price of check A (and check D) is 0, because there is no aircraft with a wear between 10% and 100%. So everything seems to look fine to me. The important thing is to adjust the filters to show only the planes you want to repair.

I hope it was more clear now :)

Re: Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Dim Déc 24, 2017 06:11
de AbhimanyuSinghal
Hello,

Sorry for the delayed response.
Below are screen shots for reference. I just need to know why A checks are showing that money is needed when all the aircraft have 0.00% repair.
https://ibb.co/n8Yy9m
https://ibb.co/eXXrUm
https://ibb.co/c1NQpm
https://ibb.co/fkxEh6
https://ibb.co/gTad9m
https://ibb.co/eRR726
https://ibb.co/mdQZh6
https://ibb.co/eVbwvR

Re: Bob of the maintenance.

MessagePosté: Dim Déc 24, 2017 08:42
de Dialex
This is just what I explained. Look at your screenshot:

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You are selecting all your aircrafts, and you don't want to select all of them, because there is no need to repair an aircraft with 0% wear. In real life, you can change pieces of a new perfect working car, but you will pay for nothing since there is no problem with it. The same situation applies to the game. You can repair an aircraft with 0% wear, but it is a waste of money. So if you choose it, it will show you the price if you want to do it.

As I have suggested you, you need to use the filter correctly to select only the aircrafts that need to be repaired, as shown in this screenshot:

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