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Hello,I noticed in airports where I added gates with AFCAD that my AI planes are like "trembling" meanwhile they are running on taxi.Everything looks like as the AI track doesn't go straight.Does this problem come from AFCAD ?Thank you for your help!Thama

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Hey ThamaA good question i have the seam "problem" first i think the taxiways are not in a straightline .I have check the taxiways and the taxiways are straight.I have no solution for this "trembling".Who has a explain ? Jan EHAM

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A couple of guesses:Have you increased your AI taxi speed using AI Speed or TaxiSpeed? If so, perhaps it's a little fast (especially in the turns).Are these addon airports? If so, the ground is often "bumpy" and this will cause them to shake. Try taxiing there yourself and see if you wobble.Hope this helps,-- Tom GibsonCalifornia Classic Propliners: http://www.calclassic.com/Cal Classic Alco Page: http://www.calclassic.com/alco/Freeflight Design Shop: http://www.freeflightdesign.com/ San Diego Model RR Museum: http://www.sdmodelrailroadm.com/Drop by! ___x_x_(")_x_x___

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Sorry Tom, but the problem is same :- at all AI speed,- in default aiportsDo you have already experimented this problem ?RegardsThierry :-hmmm

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Hi Jan,In other forum I heard that problem could be from FS2K2 engine...I wonder if many simmers experiments this problem...Regards :-rollThierry

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Sometimes I have the same problem, sometimes not. Very strange!Best Regards and safe flights!Holger (German Eagle) SchleenhainRuesselsheim (near EDDF):-wave GERMANY :-wave____________________________________________________________________Windows XP Prof.AMD Athlon 1330 DDR-266; ASUS A7A266; 512MB-DDRASUS AGP-V8200 T5 Pure (nVIDIA gFORCE3 Ti 500) 64MB DDR-SDRAM, Det. 23.11SB PCI 512CH Flight Sim Yoke USB CH Pro Pedals USBGoFlight-user

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Hello German Eagle,Some precisions about this strange movements from AI jets:In LFPG with different jets, I noticed that jets were running properly on a taxi until they reached another one. Then they all began to move strangely. :-hmmmI noticed this phenomenon in other airports too. Very strange...Thierry

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I have noticed that the add-on AFCAD gates posted by many of our friends have too many normal nodes, and at each of this node, the AI plane has to re-align itself causing it to tremble. I have reduced the nodes to the minimum (e.g. only one per intersection) and this seems to have 'unconfused' my Ai planes!! See if it works for you. Regards.>Hello, >>I noticed in airports where I added gates with AFCAD that my >AI planes are like "trembling" meanwhile they are running on >taxi. >>Everything looks like as the AI track doesn't go straight. >>Does this problem come from AFCAD ? >>Thank you for your help! >>Thama

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... if I understand, you want to say that Microsoft has been pushed flight simulation much more far than we usualy think :-lol :-lol :-lolThierry

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Thank you for your suggestion Vikpatel1. I'll try it.RegardsThierry

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Hello Vikpatel1,I confirm that trembling behaviour is not (in my case) influenced by nodes. It occures with default airports too. Thierry

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>....maybe the are just America West pilots? :-lol That is getting really old and its just not funny. Every post concerning shaky AI, AI planes crashing, etc etcis followed by an America West reference. Can we give it a break now? It's run its course. To generalize all AW pilots as drunks is ignorant. CJ PuttKTPA

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