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UT2 2013 in DX-10

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There is a load of information on the site about AI traffic. Is it not the case with some older packages, some models are incompatible in DX-10. i.e. I here them taxi by and they are speaking (PFE), however, all you see is the navigation lights of something going passed. My question is, will upgrading to UT2 2013 mean 100% AI compatibility?

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John

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UT2 has not changed.  The "2013" is misleading.  They only update schedules, but not models.


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Thanks for your reply. To be clear, running UT2-2013 in DX-10 will still produce invisible AI with lights?

 

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I have UT2 that I think have the 2010 schedule.  Works just fine in DX10.

Like Luis said, the "2013" is just the schedule.  Nothing changed with the aircraft models.  Maybe you want to try to reinstall?


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so with ut2 in dx10..

 

the models wont work properly in DX10...you will get blank textures.

 

however the way around this is to buy and install stevies dx10 fixer and also a fsx addon converter

 

the links are here

 

http://www.flightsimtools.com/adconvx/

 

http://www.flightsimstore.com/product_info.php?products_id=2630

 

I use dx10 and ut2 with no problems whatsoever.

 

as for the schedules the offical ones are upto summer / fall 2013..

 

but you can download and install many schedules from the avsim libary and import them, 


 
 
 
 
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Using the Fixer, works just fine.


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Models work fine with fixer. Nav lights won't ever work in DX10 properly unless changes will be made in the game engine. There is no way to fix the NAV lights cutting off issue from Steve's side.


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Models work fine with fixer. Nav lights won't ever work in DX10 properly unless changes will be made in the game engine. There is no way to fix the NAV lights cutting off issue from Steve's side.

 

NAV lights are working perfectly fine for me on all aircraft (including ai) except on the old Legacy models (CLS DC-10, A330).

 

I had problems with the NAV lights when I used the free DX10 patches.  After getting the payware fixer, no more issues except for the old Legacy models I mentioned above.


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NAV lights are working perfectly fine for me on all aircraft (including ai) except on the old Legacy models (CLS DC-10, A330).

 

I had problems with the NAV lights when I used the free DX10 patches. After getting the payware fixer, no more issues except for the old Legacy models I mentioned above.

Really?? May I ask about your fixer settings? How do you have your lights package set? Any changes as far as the general shader and the legacy slider? I also have the payware fixer - everything works flawlessly except for the AI nav lights (flying on VATSIM) that are cutting off / not visible in distace during cruise ..

 

I'd really appreciate more insight into this issue :)


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