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  1. I am completely at a loss... I'm working on a custom schedule for Newark and found that all 73Hs from American (and United, but I'm still trying to figure that one out, so disregard that for a moment) turned out white (I have updated RealTraffic to SP6V27, and I own all RCs, including retro). The funny thing is that the 73Hs from American work perfectly next door at Kennedy! And there's also no mistake made in the schedule. Here's an example. Flight AAL1388 arriving at JFK: (PHX,JFK,73H,AA,1388,05:55,12:00,1,AA) Flight AAL2505 departing from EWR: (EWR,CLT,73H,AA,2
  2. Switching to OnSlowSpring was really a grrrrrrrrreat idea... Downloading KIAD (131 MB) using a 100 MBit/s line takes more than an hour (at ~ 25 KB/s). Awesome. I mean, I'm older, but I was glad leaving 56k modems behind at some point...
  3. One airport where that works perfectly is ... St. Thomas. Which makes the fact they didn't implement it in Heathrow even more puzzling when you realize it's one of the airports that the basic game comes with...
  4. I don't own EGLL, but one thing strikes me as odd: Both runways definitely have a displaced threshold, and I wonder why FT did not design it as such, especially when it was no problem to use a DT back in the early days of the game when KJFK came out (remember runways 22R and 31L)...
  5. @Chicago The problem with KORD is that it has eight runways with formally 16 directions, but they can only make 7 runways with 13 directions work in the top panel where you activate and deactivate landing runways. And the complexity of both KORD and EHAM (including the wide area especially EHAM is spread over) makes performance on older or non-high-class gaming computers problematic.
  6. "STRING LINE ERROR: 8 - EWR,PHX,320,UA,248,12:00.06:00,1,UA" There's a point instead of a comma between the times. I don't know whether that's the problem, but it's one problem for sure.
  7. Faster than before, but still slow. The main issue are the gazillions of third-party sources like Cloudfront, Cloudsource, CTCTCDN, Facebook, Google, Google Tag Manager, GStatic, OnFastSpring aaaand whatever servers are used by those third-party sources. One single slow source in the row can spoil the whole chain. No wonder the start page takes 10-15 seconds to load (on a 100 MBit/s line near EDDH)...
  8. No, the spaces are not the issue. Did you make any changes to the terminal file?
  9. EPWA wouldn't practically work without major delays under the current engine, because the exits are too close to the crossing and the arriving mid-size planes would eat up too much time to crawl towards the exit blocking traffic from departing before the next arrival. Pretty much like trying to operate KLGA with arrivals on runway 31 and departures on runway 4... If done properly, the next T!3D version could be capable of making every airport work.
  10. DeltaVII

    KSEA?

    If SiteLock uses Amazon Web Services to deliver the content, then yes.
  11. @MJKERR Using the 3-letter-code for airlines in the schedule is a good point, since there are lots of airlines out there which don't have an ICAO, but only an IATA code and don't count as GA.
  12. Hey, @FeelThere, two (horrifying) quick questions: What percentage of your customers buys just the airports without the corresponding Real Color packs? And what percentage of your customers buys only the game and airports without ever buying Real Traffic? (Should be easy to determine, if you know how many copies of every product were sold without refunding...)
  13. My proposal was splitting the schedule up into an airlines file/table, a liveries file/table, and the schedule. The airlines table/file would contain an ID, the IATA and ICAO codes, callsign, name, and country. The liveries table/file would contain an ID, the airline table/file ID as key, the aircraft type (either IATA or ICAO code), and a comment (for the kind of livery, like company, special livery etc.). The schedule table/file would contain ETA, ETD, the airline ID for the flight (from the airlines table/flight), the flight number, the aircraft type ID (from the aircraft table/fil
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