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Important Message for Airport Design Editor Users.

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We have recently been advised that traffic on our server service is exceeding the acceptable limits.  This appears to be due to the growth of ADE users over the years and the automatic update checking that is part of the software.  As a result we have urgently released a new version 1.76.6704.  This version removes the automatic check and replaces it with a user controlled reminder system.  This version will update only versions 1.75 and 1.76.  Please note that if you are running a version of ADE older than the current 1.75 production series then you will continue to generate automatic requests to the server each time you run ADE. Unless you have good reasons to avoid the current version then please consider updating to 1.75 to reduce the request load further. 

We are aware that older versions will indicate that they are up to date.  This is another glitch which we hope to deal with but be assured that any version earlier than 1.75 is an old version which cannot be updated other than by installing the current production version (1.75/1.76).  Also we are generally unable to provide support and fixes for older versions.

This article describes the steps needed to update or upgrade:  https://scruffyduck.screenstepslive.com/s/help_docs/m/20268/l/888968-release-notes-1-76-6704

As always please let me know of any problems - this has been released rather quickly.....

Thanks for your help

Jon 

ScruffyDuck Software

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Microsoft Flight Sim MVP

Airport Design Editor FSDeveloper.com

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Thanks for the heads up and thanks for all the effort than went into and continues to go into ADE.  I use it all the time to update and improve FSX airports.


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