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  1. llanddewi

    AI Traffic with X-Plane

    Thanks! Awesome indeed! I know interaction with P2A was or is on the agenda for WT3 - see the feature list item 'Finish Pilot2ATC interface' here: http://classicjetsims.com/WorldTraffic/bugs.html It would be great if this could indeed be finished!!
  2. A very minor bug that I've come across twice now, so thought it worthwhile to mention here. I love this feature: a Pilot2ATC controller decides to provide approach vectors to the runway rather than let me fly the (longer) STAR. However, the controller mentions a completely different airport name in the communication, as you can see from the screenshot. See the bottom-right corner: in this case I was flying into Rotterdam The Hague airport, but the controller mentions Muenster Osnabrueck airport. This seems to be at that moment one of the closest airports - maybe that helps in finding and fixing the bug. Otherwise everyone is fine, great even. I just kept flying and landed at Rotterdam, no problems. https://www.dropbox.com/s/lfdo0acj8iq2ht6/Schermafdruk 2017-10-08 00.50.14.png?dl=0
  3. Well I'll be... Solved it. Turns out there was still one tiny setting under the Regional/Language Setting (on Number notation - specifically the decimal sign and number grouping symbol to use) that wasn't synchronized across the two PCs. Once I got that identical and restarted X-Plane, everything worked perfectly. Congrats on a truly awesome piece of software!
  4. Hi, sorry to add to an older thread here, but I have the exact same problem. I've adjusted the regional/language settings on both PCs to make them the exact same, but the problem prevails. The laptop running the latest Panel Builder (downloaded yesterday) is a Win 8.1 Enterprise 64-bit computer, while the computer running X-Plane 10.45 (updated yesterday) is a Win 7 Home computer. Both are now set on the Netherlands and Dutch language. Mind you, I'm using Vistalizator on the Win 7 machine to force it to English language when I use Multi Crew Experience to fly. I thought that might have something to do with. Or should both PCs be running completely the same Windows versions? Sorry if I overlooked something obvious. Your help is much appreciated.