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I know that CLS's Airbus models are based on FS9 models, but since they were fixed for FSX, I bought the 330/340 package, and let me say that I do love it. It works great, and it gives me some great liveries that I wanted.Here's what I see when I start FSX, and again when I try to select a plane. If I simply check these messages, they go away, and I fly normally. However, I'd like to eliminate these messages:"There are multiple objects with the same file name. They must have unique title names. Commerical Level Simulations A-330-200 CLS Aer Lingus Sim Objects\Airplanes\CLS_A 330_200_GE"That's it. I checked this area in FSX and I do not see any duplication.Do you know how I can go about troubleshooting this in my FSX folder, and how I should eliminate this message?Stan

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I know that CLS's Airbus models are based on FS9 models, but since they were fixed for FSX, I bought the 330/340 package, and let me say that I do love it. It works great, and it gives me some great liveries that I wanted.Here's what I see when I start FSX, and again when I try to select a plane. If I simply check these messages, they go away, and I fly normally. However, I'd like to eliminate these messages:"There are multiple objects with the same file name. They must have unique title names. Commerical Level Simulations A-330-200 CLS Aer Lingus Sim Objects\Airplanes\CLS_A 330_200_GE"That's it. I checked this area in FSX and I do not see any duplication.Do you know how I can go about troubleshooting this in my FSX folder, and how I should eliminate this message?Stan
Check your aircraft.cfg and make sure there are no duplicate aircraft (i.e., you should see [fltsim.0] [fltsim.1] etc., followed by the name of the aircraft. If you see two entries for a particular aircraft, delete one.Hope this helps.Jim

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Check your aircraft.cfg and make sure there are no duplicate aircraft (i.e., you should see [fltsim.0] [fltsim.1] etc., followed by the name of the aircraft. If you see two entries for a particular aircraft, delete one.Hope this helps.Jim
Jim,Yep...that did it. I had a 0 and a 1 under my Aer Lingus plane config. What would do without you great forum advisors?Thanks a lot.Stan

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