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FS LIVE TRAFFIC QUESTION ABOUT LAND AND CABIN LIGHTS!


Julieber
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I HAVE FS LIVE TRAFFIC QUESTION ABOUT THE LANDING AND CABIN LIGHTS. IT SEEMS THAT AT NIGHT I HAVE NOTICE THAT HALF THE AIRCRAFT FLYING AROUND HAVE LANDING AND CABIN LIGHTS ON. THIS IS DIVING ME CRAZY AND I NEED ADVISED ON WHAT TO DO?

I AM THE ONLY ONE THIS IS HAPPING TO IF NOT IS THERE A FIX OR TRICK I CAN DO TO FIX THIS. IT DOS NOT MAKE SENSE THAT SOME AIRCRAFT WOULD HAVE LANDING AND CABIN LIGHTS NIGHT AND OTHESR DON'T. I ASK THIS QUESTION BECUSE I ALSO NOTICE THAT MY TRAFFIC 2004 USES THE SAME AIRCRAFT FILES THAT MY TRAFFIC DOS.

:?:

JULIE.

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I made some night flights recently and at least for LPPT and EDDF saying that half the aircrafts come in with bright light and the other dark as the night, so this is reality.

Concerning FSLive and MT2006, MS has changed the way to associate the cabin lights completely from FS8 to FS9 ( and wrote it wrong in the documentation to mislead us. ) It's only by now that we really understand that mechanism for FS9 and can restart to redo all models mainly from near scratch for this.

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