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Can ANYBODY out there please help with this,I hope, simple question simple for you guys but not for me....all I need to know is..Is someone using AITraffic 1.0 out there and if so when you create a new flight plan {project}..and go to the import box to import a AITraffic project..what do you type in that import box or it says to "enter a path to this file" in order to import to the Traffic.BGL...stuff like "enter a path" have always confused me..I've tried emailing the author twice..with no luck...thanks for any help....I posted a similar question like this but got no responses thanks for any help

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I'm not sure I understand. If you create all new flight plans in AITraffic, you then Save your file (for later use), and then Compile the Traffic.BGL file. Then you are done.If you want to add/edit flights in the default file, then first Uncompile the Traffic.BGL file, add/edit the flights, and then Compile the Traffic.BGL file again.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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Tom...thanks for the reply...first I'm not a computer wiz..I get about 90% of what to do but it's that other 10% that always gets me into trouble....don't know if you use AITraffic but the problem isn't when I edit "existing" flight plans....I've done that with success..the problem is when I create a new "project"[flight pl] from scratch....I get everything completed and go to the import box where it says...you have to import your project to the "traffic BGL" file ...I get that...BUT...it says you need a working AIT project...I even get that...but where is my current project???..it says to enter a path to this file or browse for the file...sorry.. but this "finding a path thing" has always confused me...where do I look to find this project??..I have a feeling it's very simple and probably right in front of me but I can't figure it out...I guess the big question is..Where do I look to find the current project I just created and that brings up another question that I read in your reply...save your file for later use???...I understand I have to save the project...but..and again..this may sound stupid...what do I type when the window comes up asking me if I want to save the file?...do I type..new project? or AITraffic project??this is what is so confusing to me I don't know what to type to save the file and how do I retrive it for later use??....sorry to lay all this on you but I get obsessed with this stuff because I know there is a simple answer and I can't figure it out....thank God for these forums and helpful people like yourself...hope you understand what I'm asking Tom ..your probably reaching for your "delete" but as you read this!! Bob

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the problem is >when I create a new "project"[flight pl] from scratch....Projects and flight plans are two different things. You save a "project" when you want to save a group of flight plans you want to use later, not when you just want to compile them.I >get everything completed and go to the import box where it >says...you have to import your project to the "traffic BGL" >file ...You don't need to import a project. Just create your flight plans, and compile a new traffic.bgl file. If you want to add new flight plans to your existing traffic, decompile your traffic.bgl, add your new flight plans, and compile the new traffic.bgl file. No project involved.I even get that...but where is my current >project???..Your current project is in memory - no need to import anything.Where do I look to find the current >project I just created Nowhere. Just compile it.and that brings up another question >that I read in your reply...save your file for later >use???...I understand I have to save the project...but..and >again..this may sound stupid...what do I type when the >window comes up asking me if I want to save the file?...do I >type..new project? or AITraffic project??You type whatever you want to call the file that will contain your project - it's your choice. For example, if you created a bunch of American Airlines flights, you might call it AmericanFlights.this is what is so >confusing to me I don't know what to type to save the file >and how do I retrive it for later use??....Use Save to save the file, and Load to load it back again later. Use Export/Import only if you want to *add* flights to your current project.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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Hi Tom..Happy Thanksgiving...thanks for the info ...I understand what you're saying..I was making too big a deal out of this...it's just some simple steps to follow....I'll try this and hopefully it will work....many thanks for your help!!! I'll get this thing right yet!! Bob

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