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Thinking of buying MyTraffic X...are aircraft parts animated?

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I read somewhere that the wheels dont move, the props dont spin, and the flaps dont move. is this correct?

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It is nothing else than an old FS 2004 version with very poor quality liveries, irrealistic flying schedules and poor tools.

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"I read somewhere that the wheels dont move, the props dont spin, and the flaps dont move. is this correct?"NO... I find it works very well, I see animations, proper lighting, etc on my system and they are easier on frame rates than the default FSX AI traffic. Quite happy with it myself.Zane

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>>It is nothing else than an old FS 2004 version with very poor quality liveries, irrealistic flying schedules and poor tools.<< Hi Andrea, Well, MyTrafficX is the only AI-addon package which uses the FSX TrafficDataBaseBuilder. How much FS2004 is that? :-) :-) The realistic or unrealistic schedules topic was raised in the MT-forum and you know the answer: Being in accordance with the FS-SDKs imposes certain limitaions. Besides, this doesn's stop the crew from looking into improvements... Finally, talking about realism, doesn't that apply to expectations as well? ;-) Kind regards Jaap

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I own MY traffic X and if works ok. It is a compromise trading AI aircraft quality for performance. You simply cannot have both with the current FSX version. Or at least I cannot. And I don't really care about real world airline schedules. I just don't want my airports to look like they were evacuated. :) I keep the sliders low and get enough AI traffic to add some realism. Nothing like UT in FS9, but FSX is NOT FS9. AI Quality FSX FPSBlurriesPick two. :)Bob...

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