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  1. STRING LINE ERROR: 8 - JFK,LHR,764,DL, 001,07:29:12:00,1,DL Have a look at this line in your schedule and replace the colon between the 2 times with a comma.
  2. @smirabal Shawn, Just looking at your screenshot above shows that your microphone is not set up. “Set up your mic for speech recognition. Get started” suggests how you might fix your issue. I recommend selecting “Get started” and follow the prompts. Wayne
  3. Yes, thanks Craig. For some reason my iPad would not let me quote the incorrect statement by MJKERR.
  4. Not true. London Heathrow switches runways at 1500 each day.
  5. But in the meantime you are going to perpetuate the confusion by continuing to produce add-on airports (one per month according to a recent boast) that have default installation paths to an incorrect folder? As a previously loyal customer, I find that a very disappointing decision given that the problem could be fixed so easily.
  6. @scoobflight @FeelThere @FeelThere Ariel This installation path problem has existed for years. Can you not add a smart installer such as that used by @nyergesdesign for his RC add-ons? Wayne
  7. @WildCard that method would fix the voice callsign but unless @nyergesdesign does something in the manifest files of the RC pack to account for this, then one of those lines will result in white aircraft. Simply copying the .ba entries and also labelling them similar to “dot whatever fake IATA code” is used for the domestic shuttles would work.
  8. Yes. They didn’t do it for Gatwick and I don’t expect they will do it for Heathrow but I would love to be proved wrong. Both SPEEDBIRD & SHUTTLE, after all isn’t it called “Real Traffic”?
  9. So, going back to the original request by @andredragt to have the vast majority of BA traffic at T5 with just a few from T3, as in the real world, is it not easier to allocate just a small number of T3 gates in the airport coding only for BA? Such as: Terminal 3: AAL,ACA........ etc Terminal 3BA: BAW That seems a workable compromise. Now, how do you get the BA domestic flights to use the correct callsign SHUTTLE while still keeping BAW/BA codes and not getting white aircraft?
  10. I disagree with your first sentence. Here is a screenshot of FAA JO Order 7110.65W page 2-4-5. This policy document begins "This order prescribes air traffic control procedures and phraseology for use by personnel providing air traffic control services."
  11. An old installer burned to anything is no use whatsoever when the latest version of an add-on needs to be downloaded and installed. What is needed is the hyperlink to be able to download the latest version of Real Traffic, and the product registration key of course. Customer Service <cservice@bmtmicro.com> are extremely helpful.
  12. Guys, Point number 2 in the lead post is not a bug and it also happens at other airports for good reason. Please look at the hold short points for LEBL 07L which I have circled in red on the screenshot from Google Maps. I have yet to play LEBL but the aircraft stopping on the taxiway reported by @GoalieMedic seems to be a correct simulation. Imagine an aircraft crossing the undershoot of the runway on a taxiway just as another aircraft is on short finals to land, there is a collision risk plus a wake turbulence/jet wash risk; hence the hold shorts to allow clear separation. @h
  13. Vic, Exactly! I hope you can see how easy it would be for those of us that edit for reality/correct pronunciation. Thanks for listening. Wayne
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