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  1. Glad to hear. The callsign is the only facility the simulator can communicate to us to identify the "real world" operator, so where it's used by multiple airlines problems like this occur.
  2. It is just the logo that's wrong now? Is the IATA code "4Z" correct as you have defined it? The logos work directly off of the callsign value, so it's using "link.png" (or .jpg or .gif) with an Air NZ depicted by it. Just acquire your own logo, name it link.png and put it in the user defined logo directory. That's set in the logo tab. Simon
  3. It sounds like a callsign problem. We use the callsign to identify the "proper" airline name such as SA Airlink or NZ Airlink, but sometimes the callsign can refer to more than one airline depending on the AI package concerned and your STB configuration. Goto "Configuration" menu at the top and choose "Settings" When the Settings Notebook opens, click the Objects Tab. Make sure the "Edit Airlines" button is selected on the right. Find the callsign being used by SA Airlink. This is set by your AI package. Change the Airline name, IATA and ICAO codes as you see fit and save. Restart STB, and SA Airlink should show up as you wish them to. If this isn't the problem, let me know. Thanks Simon
  4. OK, I failed to get Prepar3D V5 working so had to give that one up, however Prepar3D V4 is working just fine. I downloaded a few OCI airlines with AIG (also a new install) and STB seemed to work with them fine. If you need to pursue this any further, I'd be glad to help now Prepar3D is back.
  5. I will have to look into this further. Both Prepar3D V4 and V5 have stopped working for me, clearly angry with me for entertaining MSFS so I'll need to reinstall. AIG also has run into trouble, gets stuck in an update loop so I'll start over with that too.
  6. For AIG packages that have been converted to their new injection format, it will work but with restricted information available. This is the case with any traffic injection solution, see here: https://www.supertrafficboard.com/ExternalSchedulingEngineSupport.html Simon
  7. Yes they have changed. AIG seems to have moved away from standard BGL format and have their own traffic injector. So we have the same restrictions as we used to for Ultimate Traffic Live and others that use simular methods.
  8. So forgive me for asking the obvious question, but there are actual AI aircraft present in the simulator at the time of the above screenshot? If so, please set up a trace as per Appendix C of the user guide, reproduce the problem above and send me the trace file. Simon
  9. Screenshot please! It may be because AIG now injects traffic (not everything, but increasingly so), so we do not have complete infomation available for every AI flight (including some airport information). Simon
  10. Sorry, that can't be done as it would require conversion to Android OS. Thanks Simon
  11. Sorry to say no plans at present, the world has changed and there is so much focus towards MSFS now.
  12. There's no update. Is there a problem with 5.2 I need to attend to? Simon
  13. For SuperTrafficBoard, yes.
  14. Are you asking anyone in particular?
  15. 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
  16. Link is broken because Microsoft decided to break it! I will see if a workaround can be found.
  17. Which line in the XML is line 850301? Thanks Simon
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
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