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Hey Burkhard. Question - Was there any changes to the FSX's ATC with installation of the latest version of My Traffic? The reason I ask is because I am hearing ATC saying things I never heard before - like "Goodbye" and something like "taxi to extend" something. It is all good but just curious as to why I never heard ATC say these phrases before since FSX first came out.

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Hey Burkhard. Question - Was there any changes to the FSX's ATC with installation of the latest version of My Traffic? The reason I ask is because I am hearing ATC saying things I never heard before - like "Goodbye" and something like "taxi to extend" something. It is all good but just curious as to why I never heard ATC say these phrases before since FSX first came out.

With version 5.3, we changed from the old Soundpatch scheme to the Edit VoicePack SDK scheme, but I doubt this by default adds ( or could add ) new phrases, it could by default replace a few words though.

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The new EditVoicePack (as in the tool itself) can convert FSX between "FAA" and "ICAO" phrasing of messages... I don't think you can do that without doing it manually through EVP for FSX, though...

Ian P.

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The new EditVoicePack (as in the tool itself) can convert FSX between "FAA" and "ICAO" phrasing of messages... I don't think you can do that without doing it manually through EVP for FSX, though...

Ian P.

The phrasing for 5.3 has been done for FS default system.

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