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Fs2004 it's Amazing but..............

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Hi guys and girls,I have just bought Fs2004 it is really nice the FPS are great and the scenery is perfect, only one problem I cant's seem to get the PAI aircraft from (fs2002) to land they do take-off but some of the aircraft do land but most of them just go-around hummmm. Will there be a patch coming out for this problem??????Thanks for your help,Olivier

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You have to manually remove the "@" from the Flightplans.txt file and recompile in FS2002. Then move the traffic.bgl to FS9. The new TTools is out and maybe that does it for you. In FS9, the "@" sign indicates a "Go Around". I had the same problem initially and removing the "@" corrected it.

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oke thanks, I will try to get the new Ttools. Manual change all the @ WWWWWWWWWWaaaaaaauw that will take up to 3 years then i can do the same for Fs2006 :) My flightplans size is 5.84MB and my traffic is 32.0MB so that's rather big but I will try Ttools. Many thanks,Olivier

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It won't take quite that long dude. Just use wordpad's "find & replace" tool. Might take several minutes depending on the size of the flightplan and how fast your computer is but definatly not as long as you seem to think :)

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Hiya Milamber,Well thanks, I did not have any cleu that there was a script in Wordpad to make this possible but I just did it and :) yes all the @ are GONE this is just so great can't wait to make a flight were all there airlines join me in the sky :)Many many many thanks Olivier

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