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CSL in FS9

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I had some great online flights this weekend thanks to all of you who helped me get back online. Bay area on Saturday and Chicago yesterday. Great ATC. Only problem I seem to have now is with the CSL. Occasionally my flight would come to a screeching hault with a popup telling me that the plane I was trying to use was not fully supported in FS9 (something to that effect). Well, it did not appear to be a problem with the actual plane I was using but rather the CSL. Is there an updated CSL for FS9? ThanksDavid

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Yup that will happend.When the box comes up, it ask you something like do you want to disable the unsupported features on the aircraft. Click NO, FS9 will then add a line to your FS9.cfg file to remember that aircraft, so the next time it sees it you will not get that error.

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Thanks Dave. Wouldn't it theoretically be possible then to add lines for all the CSL planes ahead of time so it wouldn't be an issue?David

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Yes, and if you follow the instructions in the PRC or the SBRelay readme, you'll do exactly that.

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>Yes, and if you follow the instructions in the PRC or the>SBRelay readme, you'll do exactly that.>>Just for completness Richard that is not a 100% cure.I have added the 'no warn' section from SBRelay and on 3 occasions have had the incompatible warning, I can't remember the aircraft involved as it was a while ago.So I'm not sure if another 'player' had selected his aircraft from a VIP list or an unusual livery but the warning can happen although not very often.Rgds

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This is caused by both you and he using non-standard CSL mapping files. I remember your saying you went back to the default one but it seems that there may still be something hiding on your system allowing it to try to access a non-standard code.

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