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janneman

Lost AIstatics at EHAM in NL2k4-FS9

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Hello Volker first of all let me say I am happy with my application of FSCommander and impressed with the amount of work you and Felix have put in to create this program. I do have a problem since installing it however, that being that I have lost all my static display of AI aircraft at Schiphol and it makes no difference what time or date I use they have simply vanished and as I am sure you will agree there is no time that Schiphol airport would have absolutely no traffic static or otherwise. I checked the forum for similar reports but found none. Can you please have a look into this problem to see if FSCommander could have affected this program. I am also going to check with the NL2K4.v3 team to find out what the problem is

Regards john

FS9-SP1 ; FSUIPC v.3.75 ; FSCommander DB mgr version 8.3 updated v.4 05/05/08 ; O/S: Windows XP Home edition ; AMD64 dual core 4000 ; NVIdia 8600 256 mb

PS I tried a restore to an earlier time before the problem showed up, without the desired result.

John

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Hello Volker as a follow up to my question: I have found out that a file named traffic 305028 has completely disappeared from FS9 and is the likely cause of the problem , dont know why it has vanished so completely but I will be receiving a copy for installation from a friend of mine and hopefully that will be the end of it.

In the meantime if you have an answer for my second question re: flight planning I would appreciate hearing from you

Cheers John

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