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Hi Between 2 and 2 minutes more or less, there is a message appearing which says "landing air, land and sea traffic...". I want to load this traffic, but not with a message between 2 and 2 minutes. What to do in this case? Thanks harpsi

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That sounds like a long time for traffic to load. What are you using for traffic and what are your settings for it? I run 70% UT2 with no GA traffic, no cars and no airport vehicles and it loads in a matter of seconds. Jim


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That sounds like a long time for traffic to load. What are you using for traffic and what are your settings for it? I run 70% UT2 with no GA traffic, no cars and no airport vehicles and it loads in a matter of seconds. Jim
Hi The problem is not the loading. The loading happens in 2 seconds. The problem is messages of loading. It seems that every 2 minutes the simulator is loading new traffic or so... harpsi

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That's weird. That shouldn't even happen... I only have it during initial loading of a flight, but not afterwards at any time.


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That's weird. That shouldn't even happen... I only have it during initial loading of a flight, but not afterwards at any time.
Maybe someone knows... :\ harpsi

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I get that message when decreasing the simulation rate from 8x to 4x or so. Something is wrong, either play with traffic OFF or try re installing your FSX.

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Hi, do you have a registered copy of FSUIPC? If so, do you have the option " Keep FS clock synchronised" ticked? If you have this option selected it can have this effect. cheers Steve

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Hi, do you have a registered copy of FSUIPC? If so, do you have the option " Keep FS clock synchronised" ticked? If you have this option selected it can have this effect. cheers Steve
HI It was checked. Thanks ;) harpsi

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I'm obsessive about having FSX synced to real time within the second. When FSUIPC makes the FS clock skip forward more than a minute, you'll get this traffic loading box. Luckily heavy MTX Traffic only takes a second to load for me.


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You can still keep the clock sync but set the minutes to zero. That way You will very rarely see 'loading traffic'. In my case it is only when loading a map view for longer


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