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STB V4 Configuration with Traffic Global

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I am attempting to configure STB v4 for use with Traffic Global within P3D v4.3.  I have previously deleted Ultimate Traffic Live 2 and replaced it with Traffic Global.

When I run the configurator I am getting a message that the following folder does not exist  C:\program files\Flight One Software\Ultimate Traffic Live\utlive Aircraft.

It also appears that the configurator is attempting to load aircraft definitions from UTLIVE but as far as I am aware I have deleted all UTLIVE files.   I am unable to find any futher files relating to UTLIVE for deletion

I request advice and assistance so that I can resolve this problem and configure STB for use with Traffic Global

I also use Electronic Flightbag

Clive Alexander




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Good to hear the update helped you.

One thing to look out for is incomplete uninstalls.  Some of these AI packages leave configuration information behind, such as SimObjectPaths in the p3d.cfg, add-on.xml or other things.  STB always calls these out even if the don't cause immediate problems in the simulator, something I might try to be more relaxed about in the future.


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