Thank you for your answer, and for this upcoming change.
I am French and I fly in network for a long time.
We often have problems of instability and enormous losses FPS, especially when aircraft are very close such as patrolling. These phenomenons exist in multiplayer via IP address, using tools like FSInn or Dafsim or so on IVAO or VATSIM.
They are less severe or do not exisent in free flight alone.
These problems can have a multitude of sources:
- Hardware (PC, Video Card, RAM, network throughput)
- Poorly designed scenery or heavy
- Aircraft badly programmed and / or from FS9.
This phenomenon has been demonstrated in particular by Jardy (French), it is nicknamed the flood. These aircraft of differents origins, made sometimes by professionals, saturate the network.
For some of them, patches have been implemented (eg by Jardy),for others the only solution is to disable them from FSX as does your LiveryManager software or a wonderful software released by our friend Jacky Brouze (Jabx) http://jacky.brouze.ch/Programmes/JABx/index.php.
Too bad all the same we can not make several folder, named as we please, containing a whole series of aircrafts (compatible, not compatible, VFR, IFR, warbird, transport, tourism, heli, gliders...) that we could activate all at of a sudden.
Be aware that even if the player (me) uses its aircraft compatible (not flood), if another player enters the session and does not have this aircraft, FSX exchanges it by a aircraft of our library. If the aircraft who has been changed is not compatible, the phenomena of Flood are repeated, and cause a reduction in FPS for all the players.
Therefore, depending flight profile, on the network or free flight, VFR, IFR, patrol, ...
it would be interesting to activate a series of aircraft, as a series of scenery.
Thank you for your great work