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hello all, reading dan walloch,s letter, can you tell me how i change the flightplan txt file in fs 2002, i am learning about afcad and have done an overlay for klax, 6Lla,7R la,7L t/o and 6r t/o, it works great but of course i only have ai traffic on the south side,i can,t at the moment seem to get my head around useing ttools and i must be a bit thick !! because i can,t make head nor tail of the project ai web site!!! i know what i want to do but can,t at moment seem to be able to do it , thanks.

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The documentation with TTools is pretty good. It helps to read it through instead of trying to just use it for reference.As a quick summary, once you install TTools you run TDecompiler ONCE. This will create 3 files: flightplans.txt, airports.txt and aircraft.txt. You can edit each of these with Wordpad (included with Windows) or whatever else you'd like. The TTools documentation does a great job of explaining what each file does.You also need to install more aircraft. This is a little trickier. For overall ease of use and aircraft quality, I like the AI Aardvark planes. You can just drag-and-drop the folder from within the downloaded ZIP file straight to your FS2002/aircraft folder and the plane will show up. Then follow the TTools directions for adding aircraft and flightplans, and you'll be in business.

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>hello all, reading dan walloch,s letter, can you tell me how >i change the flightplan txt file in fs 2002, i am learning >about afcad and have done an overlay for klax, 6Lla,7R la,7L >t/o and 6r t/o, it works great but of course i only have ai >traffic on the south side,i can,t at the moment seem to get >my head around useing ttools and i must be a bit thick !! >because i can,t make head nor tail of the project ai web >site!!! i know what i want to do but can,t at moment seem to >be able to do it , thanks. I have a help quide on my website that might help you out...check it out below.[div align=center] [link:forums.jetdoc.com/|Visit The Community Forums][link:www.jetdoc.com/NWS/]Live AirNEWS 24/7][/b

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A good program to use for this kind of thing is AI Traffic Mover (AITM), which lets you specify the aircraft's flights you want automatically transferred to the new overlays. For example, you can have TWA, Pan Am, and international carriers transferred to the south runways, leaving the rest at the north runways. (Yes, I live in the 50's, 60's, and 70's...) :)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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