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A Taxi speed editing utility has been released!

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it works, even more, AI taxispeed is slowing down to 5 kts when there are 90 degree corners in the taxiway (I checked it with aiview)Hans-Guenther Schnell

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Ummmm.is it me or are they still absolutely crawling down the runway after landing.Great tool though..easy to use,I have my taxi speed set at 18 now.

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BRAVO IT WORKS!!But a warning to Afcad users:Less "taxi links" or blue "nodes" more speed!Panos Georgotas

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Gia sou Pano,Does it affect the landing roll-out speeds while still on the runway?After all, this is why we need the "taxi speed" modification. I do not mind the default speed by which ground traffic is moving around, I only mind the very slow roll out speeds on the runway after a landing and until exiting on a taxiway.Stamatis

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>Gia sou Pano, >>Does it affect the landing roll-out speeds while still on >the runway? >>After all, this is why we need the "taxi speed" >modification. I do not mind the default speed by which >ground traffic is moving around, I only mind the very slow >roll out speeds on the runway after a landing and until >exiting on a taxiway. Yes, it does... I've had 12 a/c doing 5 minute interval, IFR roundy-rounds between KORD and KGYY (about 60nm apart) for the last 9 hours. In all that time, there has been only one "Go Around!"Observing the a/c while landing, they brake to about ~11 to 14 kts, then accelerate (up to the limit I set of 25 kts) until nearing the next taxi exit. They then slow for the turn and exit about the same as before.A lot of how the a/c will behave depends entirely upon how *far* the next available exit point is.

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Bill,"Observing the a/c while landing, they brake to about ~11 to 14 kts, then accelerate (up to the limit I set of 25 kts) until nearing the next taxi exit."Excellent! That is what we were missing. Thanks for the clarification.Stamatis

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