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Anybody tried WOAI traffic in P3D v4?

I did ....copied the relevant files from P3D3. The aircraft show up but their body is black (not the tails though...) even with  shadows unselected on simobjects..

Does anyone have a suggestion to solve this issue?
Thanks

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I have the exact same issue. It worked perfectly fine in V 3.4 but in 4 the 777, 767, Regional jets and the A380 don't show even after disabling shadows.

The though of having to go back to MyTraffic and their woeful inaccurate schedules and planes makes me shudder. 

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I've read somewhere in here that P3D V4 stopped supporting native FS9 AI model, unlike V3. So many of the AI aircrafts will not work.

Hoang Le

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I think you are right Hoang! There is no way WoAi can work with these models! 

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Watch out!:ohmy: Some have engaged their cloaking device although the nav lights do show. 

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Noooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!

But do FSX models work in v4?   when updating flightplans from AIG many utilize updated models from FAIB etc.  Probably still leaves many models out though.

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The fact that you have to donate to get the download link makes me think the guys shady.

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At this point, we should take him at his word - he explicitly states that this is NOT pirated liveries but individually compiled models. Until someone can prove otherwise it appears to be legitimate. Also, a quick glance seems to show better quality that the hacked products.

Vic

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Just now, vgbaron said:

At this point, we should take him at his word - he explicitly states that this is NOT pirated liveries but individually compiled models. Until someone can prove otherwise it appears to be legitimate. Also, a quick glance seems to show better quality that the hacked products.

Vic

Ok Vic. I'll donate, install when he sends me the link and report back.

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1 minute ago, Mr_LoL said:

Ok Vic. I'll donate, install when he sends me the link and report back.

Yes, please do. If he IS shady we want to let people know but also not trash someone who is legit.

Vic

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I've received the links (quick guy) downloading now. 

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14 minutes ago, vgbaron said:

At this point, we should take him at his word - he explicitly states that this is NOT pirated liveries but individually compiled models. Until someone can prove otherwise it appears to be legitimate. Also, a quick glance seems to show better quality that the hacked products.

Vic

Sure hope it's legit as it's performs decent enough on my system. 

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I'm using WOAI for FSX and I don't really understand what AIG and FAIB are.

Are they alternatives to WOAI or do they only create AI aircraft?

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Folks,

After a quick break in action, I've pruned this thread while we investigate the AI pack that had been mentioned earlier in the thread, those posts are now hidden and will be restored for the good of the community if it turns out to be legit. 

Having said that, we try to protect members from donating to potentially pirated software and of course the protection of the rightful owners of the software they create if it is being sold or redistributed without their permission.

Lets get back onto the original question that the OP had regarding WOAI in P3D.

Thanks

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So i think we've determined the older model makers who provided FS9 models no longer work in P3D v4.  But I guess my question is, do the FSX models work like those being produced by FAIB etc? 

I'm still sad though cause there goes all my Military AI and some unique aircraft. 

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