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The old RT used to run a quick DOS prompt command line where you selected the number of aircraft you wanted over a period of time.  Is that gone?  How do I tweak the schedule without re-writing every line of the ksan_schedule.txt file?  I'm tied of running SAN with only 3 aircraft.  I must be missing something.

 

Todd

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30 minutes ago, ttjager said:

The old RT used to run a quick DOS prompt command line where you selected the number of aircraft you wanted over a period of time.  Is that gone?  How do I tweak the schedule without re-writing every line of the ksan_schedule.txt file?  I'm tied of running SAN with only 3 aircraft.  I must be missing something.

 

Todd

I believe that you may be confusing RT with Dick Parker's Schedule Creator.  RT includes real aircraft models and a single 24 hour schedule for each airport that represents a typical operational day at that field.  It does not provide any means of tweaking the schedule.  For that you need Schedule Creator, which is free and available in the post at the top of this forum, along with complete instructions for installation and use.

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You can tweak the schedules in RT you simply edit the schedule.txt file in the extensions/airfields folder for the airport using Notepad or WordPad. It is really easy. I also edit the terminal.txt files in the same way. 

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