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  1. Sorry to say no plans at present, the world has changed and there is so much focus towards MSFS now.
  2. There's no update. Is there a problem with 5.2 I need to attend to? Simon
  3. For SuperTrafficBoard, yes.
  4. Are you asking anyone in particular?
  5. It's impossible to rebuild the installer now for a 14 year old product, too much has changed in Windows so we have to work around it. I've uploaded the files that should have been provided by Microsoft using the link built into the installer. Please download and install the C++ runtime 2008 base and SP1 packages, and restart the installer. After doing so, the installer should be good to continue without doing the download. You can find the packages here, or from other websites of your choice: http://www.supertrafficboard.com/downloads/STB_FSX_VC2008_Redist_Setup.zip Thanks Simon
  6. Link is broken because Microsoft decided to break it! I will see if a workaround can be found.
  7. Which line in the XML is line 850301? Thanks Simon
  8. Hi Please check the XML file as suggested in the error messsage, it sounds like there may be a problem with one particular airport (LFLL) in that file. If you can't work out the problem from that, please post it here. Thanks Simon
  9. Hi Tom, STB for Prepar3D V4 is a separate product to STB for Prepar3D V5, however the latter is free for customers of the former. Please visit your place of purchase and you should find a suitable download of the full product for V5. Simon
  10. Hello Tom, Have you downloaded and installed the STB client from whereever you happened to purchase STB? That is where TrafficBoardFrontEnd.exe comes from. By the way, if you are running both P3D and STB on the same computer, you don't need STB Data Server. Thanks Simon
  11. Very sorry, for some reason the forum forgot to notify me about your problem. Can you send me the following files please? It's almost always a configuration or firewall issue. 1) STB Client a) TrafficBoardFrontEnd.exe.config, which is in your install folder. b) SimConnect.cfg from My Documents 2) Simulator Computer 1) SimConnect.xml from your Prepar3D Application Data folder 2) STBServer.exe.config, from your STB Server install folder. Thanks Simon
  12. Hi Luciano Yes, FlightSimStore seemed to go out of business. EMail me a copy of your order and I'll organise a download. Thanks Simon
  13. Hi Luciano If you mean the STB Client V5 base product, that will be downloaded from wherever you purchased from. Otherwise if you mean the update, the details of that are on the website: http://www.supertrafficboard.com/Downloads.html Simon
  14. I'll be glad to help. Which link is causing the problem? When I click on both in Firefox it works fine, but if I click in Chrome it does nothing. What browser are you using? Simon
  15. I'm not sure why that is, I can attatch up to 4.88MB here. In any case, please email it: simon@supertrafficboard.com
  16. Hello. Thank you for your question. Could you provide another screenshot please? The one above is too small to see on my computer. Thanks Simon
  17. You can follow the ongoing discussion here: https://www.alpha-india.net/forums/index.php?topic=35254.0 It is very early days right now, I can't say how much effort it might take or whether it will happen at all and how that might be packaged. What I'll say for sure is it cannot take the amount of time that UT2 support took way back when. Simon
  18. Yes, just tested it. Works exactly like UT2 and UTLive in the sense of injecting traffic. Unfortuately there is no information available to me about planes sat at the gate. When do they depart, where do they go? Not even P3D can tell me that until AIG loads a flight plan when the departure time (known only to AIG) occurs. STB will work to a large extent, but won't show everything as it can for pure BGL traffic. Simon
  19. The real issue sounds like they are injecting traffic into the simulator based on BGLs, which is similar to the approach taken by UT2 and UTLive. When traffic is created in this way, too little information is known in SimConnect for guys like STB to know what's happening, so I'm afraid we won't be able to support that. Simon
  20. Hi Chris Very nice to hear from you, is it 2021 already there? The crash is a wonderful windows feature, just happens from time to time. Delete the following file and all will be good again: C:\Users\Chris\AppData\Local\FlyingWSimulation\TrafficboardFrontEnd.exe_Url_jxcwut2aq0yp0gqq4sgchszbftxiug3p\\user.config Thanks Simon
  21. Sorry to say it's hard to imagine what you are seeing. AI will come and go in the simulator, certainly, as events unfold. But asking for clearance, then disappearing and reappearing again doesn't sound like something we'd be responsible for. STB does have some optimisation techniques built in to improve the AI flow, but that should only affect arriving aircraft rather than departing aircraft. Try disabling the optimisation and see if that helps you. Go to Configuration, Settings and uncheck everything in the "Flight Control" section.
  22. "Flight Simulator X has stopped" typically means it is showing a UI menu at the time rather than simulated flight. When the simulator is running and somwehere in the world you are sitting in the cockpit of your favourite aircraft, then you will see AI being listed on the board. Simon
  23. I can appreciate the problem. Best way of handling it right now is when you start getting near the "decision point" where STB will delete conflicting AI on approach is to delete any Ai aircraft that are too close by hand. You can sort on the "distance to airport column on the airport arrivals page to see what you are dealing with. Simon
  24. OK that sounds fine, sorry I was late getting back to you. If you can include a credit and a link back to my website so anyone interested can find out more, that would be great. Please send a link when it's all done, I'd love to see it. Simon
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