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  1. I am confused with your response to my problem. I was not able to fix the VATSIM boundaries problem. All I did was explain why I changed the server information within the urlvatsim.ini file. I still have the issue of no ATC airspaces showing on my flight map once I load the live Vatsim data. When I disconnect from the Vatsim network all of the airspaces reappears.

    Thank you,

    Aaron R. Harvey

  2. Thank you for responding, 1. FSX 2. FSUIPC: 4.974 / WideFS: None 3. I use the FSC in a network: No4. FS Commander and Database Manager: 10.6 Build 08.08.20195. Which provider and period of the AIRAC Cycle: Naigraph 1913 Rev. 1 6. Purchased through Simmarket 7. Operating System: Windows 7 64 Bit. 8. How many monitors: 4 Due to some recent download issues with VATSIM traffic information where the online information would alternate from current and past aircraft and ATC locations I have updated the urlvatsimurlvatsim.ini.ini with current servers. I no longer have any issues with past information being displayed instead of the current information. Even before I changed the server information I was still unable to load any boundaries onto my flight map while it was showing VATSIM information. Now, if I disconnect the live VATSIM information all of the airspaces would then load onto my map. I have been unable to provide a screenshot due to size limitations. (I am not very good at trying to figure out how to make very small screenshots) Thank you. Aaron R. Harvey
  3. Good day,First of all, thank you for the wonderful product.In previous versions when I selected live VATSIM data, the ATC boundaries would show up on the map. After I upgraded to the newest version, this is no longer the case. Is there a setting that I am unaware of to turn the boundaries on? Thank you.Aaron R. Harvey
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