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Is there anyway to get rid of the "Traffic Alert, Experimental, Less than one mile, Report them in sight"? This is one thing that's annoyed me since using MRAI's TVB with FS9. I know it's not a STB issue, but was wondering if anyone has a clue how to trick FSX into ignoring the user plane altogether while shadowing an AI flight?

As for STB, I can't tell you how pleased I am with it Simon. It has filled a gap that's been missing since FSX came out and TVB wouldn't work with it. I hardly ever get any flying in now, just shadow AI flights. I truly love this addon.thumbsup2.gif

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Thanks - you made my day!

The only thing I can think of is to put the user aircraft into slew mode? STBServer deliberatly turns off slew for Shadow AI so there may be a problem doing this, it might be the user aircraft stops accepting altitude commands.

Here's a test. If you place yourself on an active runway in slew mode (not shadow AI), how does AI aircraft and ATC react? Do they hold short at the runway threshold or just ignore you and drive over you?

Thanks

Simon

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Looks like we are stuck with they way it is. One of the ex-ACES developers is producing a new SimConnect interface so we'll see if that offeres us anything, but it's unlikely as it's more focussed on improving the .net client rather than the SimConnect server.

Regards

Simon

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