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To seperate the 777's from the currently installed 777's you may have and create a new entry'Boeing-PSS'and in type:777-200LR VC777-200LR NO VC

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No, not aircraft.cfg, he really meant airlines.cfg, and yes, seems you're right, Alex, mine was also replaced.

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>To seperate the 777's from the currently installed 777's you>may have and create a new entry>>'Boeing-PSS'>>and in type:>>777-200LR VC>777-200LR NO VCairlines.cfg file????

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how did you guys find out?mine appears to be the same...

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yeah, it's in your Aircraft folder.it lists the airlines that ATC can recognize and can "speak" it.

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I found out because I use editvoicepack and it adds tons more callsigns but suddenly they were all gone when I went to verify a callsign in the file while adding some AI traffic. Its no big deal as you can tell the evp program to update your cfg file again... I am just wondering what the possible reason would be to overwrite it and what else does it overwrite??

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Alex,Thats the only file that is installed that isnt part of the plane. The reasoning was that there are liveries available that FS didn't know about.I will take a look at the installers when I get a chance and have it set as an optional.

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I know what the file does, I was just questioning that comment about separating the 777 from the pss 777

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>I know what the file does, I was just questioning that>comment about separating the 777 from the pss 777Al,I think someone confused airlines and aircraft.cfg

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