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Emiflyer
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I was just reading through the install info supplied with MyTraffic Pro 5.4 I recently purchased.

It is described you have to go to the interface menu and select "manage FSX.cfg/add my traffic"

I am not a big fan of changes in my FSX.cfg file.(read: I am afraid I might get performance issues due to a corrupt .cfg)

Can I please have some info on what changes will be made to the FSX.cfg file please?

Also if I have to let FSX build a new FSX.cfg file, do I have to re-add MyTraffic again with the same procedure?

thx

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Not paranoid.

But the .cfg file is important as you know.

I cant allow every add on I have to change things there and mess everything up (I am not saying MyTraffic does, but thats what I was asking)

(For instance Fly Tamp Athens (for FS2004) changes Terrain_Max_Vertex_Level = 21 (to make the roads work)

(that might work for that add on, but not for others)

I dont accept things like that anymore, and toss addons like that.

But with the one line that My Traffic changes/adds I dont see a problem.

Thx for that info!

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