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Posts posted by winsaudi

  1. Thanks for the links fellas!  I find it strange that a FeelThere product is not on the FeelThere website.  Particularly as Vic recently wrote that KMCO was waiting for the FeelThere website to be updated. 

    Is this a case of different departments/people doing different things in an uncoordinated fashion?

  2. No Air Jamaica, that will not fix the issue.  If you want the airline liveries instead of albino aircraft you need to change the aircraft type in the schedule file to one that does appear in a RC texpack from Nyerges Design.

    Here is an example using Joe's lines from a post above: UIO, JFK, 332, EQ, 550, 08:39, 12:00, 1, EQ

    Joe has emphasized that the real life aircraft for this flight is an Airbus 330-200 (code 332), but the only Tame livery available in a RC texpack is the A330 (code 330) so to get a Tame livery using Joe's schedule you need to change this particular entry to:

    UIO, JFK, 330, EQ, 550, 08:39, 12:00, 1, EQ

    You will need to change the aircraft type for each of the lines in the schedule that give you a white aircraft to a type that is provided by Nyerges Design.

    I hope that helps you understand the cause and the solution to your problem.


  3. Ariel,

    Are you sure? 

    (Hogdriver hasn't mentioned whether he has Pro or regular T3D so I'll assume Pro for now and I'll also assume he has used the default install location for his T3D.)

    The KSFO add-on default install location is C:\Program Files (x86)\FeelThere\Tower 3D but for Pro I think the default install location should be:

    C:\Program Files (x86)\FeelThere\Tower!3D Pro

    I'm sure it needs the exclamation point/mark (US/UK), and I'm also sure that Ariel's 'Extensions\Airfields' sub-directory is unnecessary.

    Nyerges Design has used a smart installer for all of their products with correct install paths, can FeelThere not do the same so that the correct install path is available to all purchasers first time every time?


  4. Let's make it clear here, the missing Thai Airways livery is caused by a typo in the eddm_schedule file not the airplanes_texpack12.manifest file.


    To fix the error go to your 'FeelThere' folder (where it is depends on Steam/non-Steam installation), open the 'Tower!3D Pro' folder, then 'Extensions', then 'Airfields', then 'EDDM', and then open the 'eddm_schedule' text document.  

    Find the line:

    "MUC, BKK, 74E, TG,  925, 12:00, 15:06, 1, TG" and edit it to "MUC, BKK, 747, TG,  925, 12:00, 15:06, 1, TG".  To make it ultra-clear, change "74E" to "747", save & exit. Fixed.


  5. Vic/Ariel,

    This is not a new issue.  I have seen it in every version since I joined the T3D party in July 2016.  At first I thought it was caused by my old Vaio, but last year I bought a top spec Alienware  and the 'aircraft freezing briefly on take-off feature' of T3D is still there.  Like jumpjet777, I don't see it as a show stopper but a fix would be good.


  6. A couple more:

    I changed "Condor" to "Condoor" and it is pronounced correctly.

    I also changed "Tomson" to "Tui Fly" because Thomsonfly, as listed in the airlines file, ceased operations in 2008 and became Thomson Airways which in turn ceased in 2017 and is now re-branded as Tui Airways.

    Two hours of EDDM with new airlines and it's a pleasure not hearing the callsign "Southwest" every couple of minutes!  ;)

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  7. 10 hours ago, FeelThere Ariel said:

    Do you have all the current  and updated versions of the game and the DLC's? 


    How do we the users know that we have "all the current and updated versions of the game and the DLCs"?  There is no consolidated list, no sticky, no emails, nothing.  Add to the mix that your updates and releases are let out stealthily and it means the only way I can ensure that all 23 of my T3D install files are "current and updated" is by blindly trying to download every single one of them on the off chance that one of them has been updated since I last downloaded. Then, of course, I run into the "Password Blocked" hassle with the BMT Micro links which adds to the inefficiency.

    I have mentioned this several times before on this forum but as the number of T3D versions/airports/RC/RT updates continue to grow PLEASE can we have an easily accessible listing of each and every install file? As a sticky on this forum, as a listing on the website, as a group email I don't mind but we need something that is updated as soon as there is a change.

    Go on! You know it makes sense.



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  8. 8 hours ago, andredragt said:

    try saying Dolomiti :) 

    I've only dipped in and out of EDDM since I installed it today but some callsigns are weird or wrong.

    1. I regularly fly on Air Dolomiti into EDDM (BTW their business class breakfasts are fantastic!) and I do not recognize the callsign as spoken in T3D, so I had a little investigation and the closest I can get to the real pronunciation is by changing the callsign in the eddm_airlines file to DOLLOMEETI.  Not perfect but very close.

    2. Another callsign that the text-to-speech engine mutates into something horrible is 'Aegean', the closest I can get to the correct sound is "A JEEAN".

    3. RT has the callsign for Turkish Airlines as "TURK AIR" but I have changed it to the correct "TURKISH".

    4. In the real world Pegasus Airlines flights use the callsign "SUN TURK" but in RT it is "SUNTRUCK" which is highly amusing and possibly quite appropriate :)

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  9. 1 hour ago, rick_valentine said:

    Also Air Lingus, Air France, Virgin Atlantic, ANA, China Eastern (I think China Southern also, cant remember if that airline is in the game) are also regulars at the airport but not in this game even though they're used in other airports in the game, so surely these need to be added to SFO. 

    All of those airlines are already  in the RT KSFO schedule. 2xAFR, 2xANA, 4xCES, 2xCSN, 2xEIN & 2xVIR flights are included.

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