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Hi All

Just recently purchased the six month subscription for FS Live with AirNav.

It appears to be working as advertised, the question I have for others who have the same program, how do you tell which planes are the actually live ones, and which planes are being generated through FS9 via AI aircraft.

I did a search of this forum, and couldn't find anything relating to my question.

Take care and tks for any responses.

Kenny G.

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Tks. for the reply

I must of screwed something up because I still see many aircraft with the prefix MT and even airlines which are no longer in existance.

Is it possible that I have forgotten to load the program properly.

It appears to install properly when I click onto Live FS shortcut.

When starting FS9 it loads up the new scenery etc.

Kenny G.

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Did you have MyTraffic installed before FSLive startup, and do you tend to use

- FSLive traffic only in the area it covers ( North America) and

- MyTraffic in the rest of the world, plus for military and for GA traffic?

In this case, do the following:

- Start MyTraffic.exe in the \MyTraffic folder.

- Load the version 2.1 database

- Make a "Create all files and traffic"

- in the next dialog, check the "FSLive compatibility box"

- and let it do the rest. After the files got created and compiled, the MyTraffic airliners should be banned from Northern America (but a very few).

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