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yes, has not worked since last updater...0.8.3.9., plus I have to restart my PC after every time i use it

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1 hour ago, Dutch1 said:

Ha!!!   look here...worked for me   https://www.alpha-india.net/forums/index.php?topic=29130.0

 

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Thanks man, will try it later...

The restart could be avoided if you killing the AIG process in the task manager.


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Maybe a stupid question, but let's try anyway... :)

I'm currently using UT Live for AI traffic. As I haven't manually modified anything, a lot of liveries are missing and are displayed with "Daedalus" standard paint scheme. 

Does the AI Installer app work with UTL for adding the missing liveries? Or is the AI Installer a standalone thing for AI traffic and should replace UTL?

 

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9 hours ago, wza24 said:

Does the AI Installer app work with UTL for adding the missing liveries? Or is the AI Installer a standalone thing for AI traffic and should replace UTL?

AIG AIM essentially replaces UTL. It installs the aircraft and the flightplans both are much higher quality than what UTL offers. You can add airlines and then just disable them in UTL as you go.


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Just noting that I still use UTL Live for GA only, with AIG Manager for Heavies along with AI Controller 1.4b. Best AI setup I've had the last decade. 

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So, we have to load each airline individually, as in WOAI?  I don't see this tool helping me get planes or flight plans.  It only reads my WOAI files and plans.  Not intuitive.


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1 hour ago, Victor Ortiz said:

So, we have to load each airline individually, as in WOAI?  I don't see this tool helping me get planes or flight plans.

You can use the bulk selection and it will download and install as many airlines as you choose. Did you read the manual and tutorial that's included in the zip?


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17 hours ago, Victor Ortiz said:

So, we have to load each airline individually, as in WOAI?  I don't see this tool helping me get planes or flight plans.  It only reads my WOAI files and plans.  Not intuitive.

First of all, you could install WOAI packages about 10-20 at a time...easy to do if you read the instructions.

As for the AIG tool...the tool only has a few options to choose from.

I went in, opened the list of uninstalled airlines, clicked on bulk selection button, pressed Ctl+A to select all uninstalled airlines, pressed the install button.  The tool took care of the rest. 

Not hard at all. 

Well over 100 airlines installed automatically in about an hour or so (since I decided to start fresh, and let it install a virgin clean install).

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On 3/29/2019 at 7:13 AM, netshadoe said:

First of all, you could install WOAI packages about 10-20 at a time...easy to do if you read the instructions. 

As for the AIG tool...the tool only has a few options to choose from.

I went in, opened the list of uninstalled airlines, clicked on bulk selection button, pressed Ctl+A to select all uninstalled airlines, pressed the install button.  The tool took care of the rest.  

Not hard at all. 

Well over 100 airlines installed automatically in about an hour or so (since I decided to start fresh, and let it install a virgin clean install).

first of all, I'm that dumb that I never tried multiple WOAI loads.

second:  where are the AI planes?  included or in separate packs at different sites? (WOAI were all in one place).

I'll give it a shot.  And thanks.


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5 hours ago, Victor Ortiz said:

first of all, I'm that dumb that I never tried multiple WOAI loads.

second:  where are the AI planes?  included or in separate packs at different sites? (WOAI were all in one place).

I'll give it a shot.  And thanks.

The AI planes are all different sites, but thats the beauty of the new software, it will go to AIG, Flightsim.com, avsim.com etc and download all the required AI planes automatically.

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On 4/7/2019 at 4:09 PM, Victor Ortiz said:

first of all, I'm that dumb that I never tried multiple WOAI loads.

second:  where are the AI planes?  included or in separate packs at different sites? (WOAI were all in one place).

I'll give it a shot.  And thanks.

1. Lol!  I didn't call you dumb!!  But you do have to RTFM!!!  Lol!  🙂

2. AIGManager does that all for you like itsjase said.

This is how I did it to help you out:

  1. Start AIG Manager, and let it do its thing.
  2. Select "Tools" and "Settings" in the menu.
  3. In the settings box, make sure you have your FS directory chosen.
  4. In the settings box, click on the left hand side "Flight Plan Updates" - In there I left most things default.  Oldest season should stay at 2018 and I have ALL the checkboxes done.
  5. In the settings box, click on the left hand side "AIGAIM - OCI (P3Dv4 only)" - Here I made my path for the AIG downloads, and I have the "Use only Freeware" box checked.  You'll have to install the SDK for the simulator you're running for imagetool.
  6. Save and close the settings box.
  7. Select "Online" and "Check Online" from the menu bar...let AIGManager do its checks.
  8. When it's done, select "Online" and "Available Online" from the menu bar.
  9. You'll get a list of all avialable download packages.
  10. Either you can do it one by one and click install, or.........
  11. Or you can click "Multiselection" at the bottom and click on the select airlines you want and press OCI-Bulk button, or......
  12. You can click "Multiselection" at the bottom, click anything in the list (it doesn't matter which one) and then do CTRL-A to select ALL of them, then OCI-Bulk button to install......
  13. Either way, let it do its thing....
  14. Voila, you have AI packages installed.
  15. Start up P3D and go fly!

EDIT:  You do steps 7-15 to update...I just did that now and I have 22 new packages since I last did it on Saturday!!  They are working quick!! 

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RTFM and still I'm not blessed.

yeah, I got the planes, but everything got installed in a VTR root/harddiskvolume5  folder that the exe file won't work in.  Where did your files go?  I'm using Windows 7.  I don't see any planes, except defaults I arranged, if I turn of UTL.


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54 minutes ago, Victor Ortiz said:

RTFM and still I'm not blessed.

yeah, I got the planes, but everything got installed in a VTR root/harddiskvolume5  folder that the exe file won't work in.  Where did your files go?  

Mine are installed where I selected them to be, in the G:\AIGAIM - OCI folder.


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That's where mine went.

Good news. If you update to 4.5, all your AI will be right where you left it.

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