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  1. Sorry, I am not here to offer any help but just a brief insight. The dev of this product has been unavailable for some time due to a very serious heart condition. In fact I am pretty sure he has been absent for more than 6 months. While I still wish him well I am afraid that the product is largely unsupported at the moment. To your problem; I hope that someone else with more knowledge of your issue can offer some to help solve your problem. Best regards, Mike
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    Double taxi way signs

    There is a KSAN bgl in my MT6a scenery folder, so it may be worth checking your system again but make sure you check the \scenery folder inside your MT6 folder.. Also, if you have ORBX SCA installed try looking in your SimRoot\ORBX\FTX_NA\FTX_NA_SCA05_SCENERY folder where there are an additional 3 KSAN bgl files. Hope this all helps, Cheers, Mike
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    Updates and Patches

    Hi Jon I'm sure that your MT6 installers updated to v6a can be found at SImMarket which is where you would have bought the package. Hope this helps Mike
  4. Hi Simon and thank you for trying to get UTLive to work with STB. For me, I have found UTLive on P3Dv3 to be more Alpha than Beta and, after several weeks of testing, have rarely had a truly great experience with it. So I think a "wait and see" approach may be the least overall frustrating solution. FWIW - I move back to MyTraffic 6.0a yesterday and back to "normal" sim/feature behaviour. I really do like the reduced VAS impact of UTLive, but my happiness stops there. Cheers, Mike
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    Best settings and how

    Hi Malct1 - just a heads-up that your wishes for instant aircraft activity may not come true. Have a look at this thread where the MT6 author tells you why 10 minutes delay is about right: For your AI sliders, try setting them to 35% at a smaller airport and see what kind of fps and system performance you get. If you try anything above 25% at, for example, EGLL or EGKK your system may grind very slowly. Hope this all helps a bit. Cheers, Mike
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    AI Traffic settings

    Hi Alti - to avoid retyping everything here (and maybe bring in some errors too), I suggest you check out the User Guide - Page 16. Hope this helps, Mike
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    UT2 greyed out and no option for UT2

    Hi Chris, I just checked the STB Product page here: http://supertrafficboard.com/Product.html At the bottom of the page it says "UT2 support is not available with STB for Prepar3D." Sorry to be the bearer of bad news! Cheers, Mike
  8. Thanks again Simon, works like a charm. Cheers, Mike
  9. Hi there Simon, and thanks as always for your rapid response to fixing these things. I tried this hot-fix in a client/server setup and the client tells me that DS needs to be at 3.4.0.7 Am I too early in testing the hot-fix? Thanks, Mike
  10. Chris - thank you for your suggestion. I will put that in reserve for now and see if it also works in P3Dv3. Cheers, Mike
  11. @jabloomf12130 All I can tell you is what I have said in my post which, by the way, was the first response to the OPs problem after 3 days of being viewed without any help. Instead of critiquing my possible solution maybe you could help the OP and me by suggesting an alternative that you have proven to be a success. Mike
  12. Hi there rhyslegge - I have been seeing intermittent ntdll.dll (Exception code: 0xc0000374) crashes with MyT6a on P3Dv3.1. I found the crash is very unpredictable meaning it can happen 5 minutes in, 1.5hour in, or even when shutting down P3D. I think I have narrowed it down to a totally new AI aircraft model that was introduced in the v6a update patch. I have managed to at least significantly reduce the number of crashes and may have eliminated them completely, but because the crash is unpredictable I can not be sure if it is fixed or just gone quiet for a while. It may just be a placebo effect. Anyway, if you would like to try the following maybe we can help Burkhard narrow this down further and then maybe fix the problem. So if you are OK with this test: Go to your MyTraffic\Aircraft folder and locate the folder called DC3MX Cut the complete DC3MX folder and its contents then paste it in a location outside the sim folder structure. Set up your flights as normal and see if the sim crashes. If it works great, please report back here and maybe Burkhard can follow up. If it does not fix your crashes, please report back anyway. I appreciate your help. I hope this is not too onerous. Cheers, Mike
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    aerosoft LIRF and STB

    You say that the only airport you have a problem with is the AS LIRF, I suggest you try the Aerosoft support forum, especially since there are a number of posts there as well as a suggested fix or two. Cheers, Mike
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    AI traffic on final

    Hi Jean-philippe: There is a software product called Super Traffic Board. The site is at: http://supertrafficboard.com/ This really nice software provides many types of AI flight info and many other features. It includes a function to manage AI that may interfere with user aircraft landing. It works on FSX, FSX:SE, P3Dv1/v2 and is in beta for P3Dv3.x You can find the product forum here: http://forum.simflight.com/forum/119-flying-w-simulation/ so you can check it out before buying. If you have any questions, Simon (the author) is very good at monitoring the forum and responding quickly. I hope it helps. Cheers, Mike
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    STB V3.4 for Prepar3D V3 Beta

    Hi Simon - just a brief report. Using STBDS with the client on my laptop. Everything going well on Win7Pro & P3Dv3.1! Many thanks, Mike
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