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Another question about FSLive Traffic and MT2006

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Hi again,

I have noticed some strange looking B757's. They seem to have a pedestal protruding out of the belly while on the ground. I tried to figure out why and I noticed I have duplicate aircraft folders in FS9 for each aircraft type (MT2006 and FSLive). Should I remove the folders that FSLive Traffic installed?

Thanks,

Bill Worth

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Hi,

I haven't seen the behaviour you decribe. Could you post a screenshot or e-mail one to husain at simflight.com?

Regarding the FSLive aircraft folders, try moving them out of the aircraft directory into another temporary directory and see if that fixes your problem. I am not sure if the FSLive AI will show up if you do this though.

Seasons greetings,

Husain

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FSLive is refering to other title= entries than MyTraffic, so you need both of them. The 757 models should be identical though. To see a picture of what you see would be interesting though.

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Hi,

I will send a screen shot the next time I see the funny 757's.

I moved the FSLive aircraft folders and determined there was no AI airline traffic. So, I put the FSLive folders back and removed all the MT2006 folders that related to airlines and left the folders that were for the military traffic. Now I am getting some AI airline traffic. Should I move the MT2006 airliners back into FS9 also?

Thank you,

Bill Worth

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