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are you supposed to hear RC callout airliners by name (i.e. United, American ect.) vs their N number? I have noticed this over my last several flights.Also, I have about a third of the time been vectored to and cleared to land on runways that the AI aircraft are using but on the recriprical heading?curiousps. using ASV for WX

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what version of rc are you using?what version of fsuipcin fsuipc, make sure on the miscellaneous tab, the "set tcas id string from" is set to flightif you can duplicate the problem with the ai, the create a .log, duplicate the problem with the ai and call signs, and send the .log to me.jd

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>what version of rc are you using?build 4.02.3831>what version of fsuipc3.70>in fsuipc, make sure on the miscellaneous tab, the "set tcas>id string from" is set to flightOK I will change it from 'tail' to 'flight'>if you can duplicate the problem with the ai, the create a>.log, duplicate the problem with the ai and call signs, and>send the .log to me.will do, thanksps: running FS9 unpatched

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Requirements for AI to use registration or flight number callsign (N12345 vs UNITED 135) is also determined by the flightplans.txt that is compiled to the traffic.bgl. Each leg in the plans will specify "R" or "F" (Registration or Flight), which is what FSUIPC sees, and RC will then use consequently.Most flightplan developers assign R or F in their plans correctly so it shouldn't be an issue, but after trying the above tcas_id string and if you feel AI are still wrong, you can try changing R to F (or vice versa) in flightplans.txt. But that is a last resort, and I was just pointing out that flightplans.txt can also have an impact on what AI are called in the air.Subs

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