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Lorby Live Traffic 1.74 released

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Hello @ll,

If you are using Prepar3D, then the new version of LorbyLiveTraffic has Runway Cameras that will track either you or the LLTX traffic. These P3D Observer type cameras can be created and edited with just a few mouse clicks.

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As usual, LLTX is available as a free download on the Lorby-SI website

Best regards

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Oliver Binder

LORBY-SI

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I have rather odd questions and I am trying to find an answer but might as well ask you since I have issue with Q787 shutting engines in the air and last thing I installed was Live traffic....Not sure if that has anything to do with that but I figure I might ask.....If LT stays open that happens once closed all good. Tried twice so far. Confused I have to admit0.

Haven't tried other Aircraft as of yet since installation.... 

Edited by cyyzrwy24

NWA 006 - Alex Luzajic

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9 minutes ago, cyyzrwy24 said:

I have rather odd questions and I am trying to find an answer but might as well ask you since I have issue with Q787 shutting engines in the air and last thing I installed was Live traffic....Not sure if that has anything to do with that but I figure I might ask.....If LT stays open that happens once closed all good. Tried twice so far. Confused I have to admit0.

Haven't tried other Aircraft as of yet since installation.... 

Are you on P3D V4? Then yes, this is caused by the GA traffic in LLTX. Unfortunately I have included the AC-11 Commander in the default LLTX GA. That one is from Carenado, and their models are causing the engine shutdown on the users' aircraft.

Please do this:

1. go to the Aircraft Model Database in LLTX (Button "Configure" below the AI package picture)
2. On that dialog, press "GA, Helicopters & Military", this opens yet another dialog
3. At the top, select "GA airplanes"
4. Remove all the "AC11 Commander" entries with right-click -> "Delete"

Best regards


Oliver Binder

LORBY-SI

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13 minutes ago, Lorby_SI said:

Are you on P3D V4? Then yes, this is caused by the GA traffic in LLTX. Unfortunately I have included the AC-11 Commander in the default LLTX GA. That one is from Carenado, and their models are causing the engine shutdown on the users' aircraft.

Please do this:

1. go to the Aircraft Model Database in LLTX (Button "Configure" below the AI package picture)
2. On that dialog, press "GA, Helicopters & Military", this opens yet another dialog
3. At the top, select "GA airplanes"
4. Remove all the "AC11 Commander" entries with right-click -> "Delete"

Best regards

 

Ah...Haven't seen that in manual...

Deleted....Started now to see what happens....Anything else needs to be deleted? Really nice add-on...

 

Thank you Oliver

Edited by cyyzrwy24

NWA 006 - Alex Luzajic

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I had this problem of engine shut down in the NGXu, it was driving me potty yesterday, now I found this thread, thanks. Awesome addon by the way , thanks very much indeed.


Cheers, Andy.

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