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  1. Why not post this in the Prepar3D section of the forum?
  2. As I understand it, the Steam version of FSX does not include the file TrafficDatabaseBuilder.exe file, which is required to make changes to your AI Traffic.
  3. You might try posting your question in the forum for Airport Design Editor...many competent airport designers there. http://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/forums/airport-design-editor.95/
  4. This forum supports MyTraffic X Pro. MyTraffic 2013 is a different product, from Aerosoft and is supported by Aerosoft. They have their own forum and provide support there, not here. Try posting your request in the Aerosoft MyTraffic 2013 forum...
  5. If all you want is a turn key AI program, Aerosoft has attempted to provide it with MyTraffic 2013. If you prefer the flexibility to create/customize your AI traffic to your liking, you need to do some studying with the manuals and some work with MyTrafficX Pro 5.4.
  6. Your processor is running at 3.4GHz, which is not fast by FSX standards...try overclocking to the 4-4.5GHz range and you will most likely see improvement in your texture loading problem. FSX is orders of magnitude more demanding on hardware than FS9 was...
  7. This often indicates that you are asking too much of your computer...it cannot load all the textures as fast as you're asking it to. You will need a faster processing speed (new CPU or overclock your existing), or lower traffic/graphics slider settings to reduce the graphics load.
  8. That's the only link I find...perhaps it's time for you to PM Burkhard with your request...
  9. Try looking right here in the forum... http://forum.simflight.com/topic/58600-end-of-sales-of-mytraffic-version-41-for-fs9/page-2
  10. It can be done, but it's not for the faint of heart. Haven't done it quite some time...if I remember correctly, it required editing something like an "activity factor" in an airports file (don't recall the exact name). I believe this is set to .7 by default. Then importing that file into the MyTraffic Database, and then regenerating all the schedules with the new airport information. I'm sure I read about it in the manual...look at editing airports.
  11. Or even simpler, just add the letters ".passive" after the ".bgl" for any airport AFD files you wish to "remove"...this will deactivate those files. To activate them again, just remove the ".passive" suffix. No need to move anything! Note: Technically, an "AFCAD" file is specifically for FS9, since it was developed with an FS9 program called AFCAD. The correct generic term for an addon airport is an "AFD" file (Airport Facility Data), which for FSX is usually created by the excellent freeware program ADEX or the payware AFX. Often, any addon airport file is (incorrectly) referred to as an "AFCAD".
  12. Sounds like you have a UAC issue...I'd guess that you've installed FSX in the default location? This can cause many headaches regarding "permissions". Try turning off UAC, rebooting, and then do your work with MyTrafficX. Once you're done, re-enable UAC, reboot and fly.
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