eddywinch82 wrote:Hi again Captain Midnight,
I have ran AI Smooth V 1.11 in my FS2004, and fewer AI Aircraft are disappearing on approach.
So many thanks for your suggestion of using an earlier version of AI Smooth to V1.20. Some AI Aircraft are still disappearing,
but now far fewer, than when I was using V1.20 I am trying to find out, what is causing them to disappear. I think it may be due to Schedule problems, as a while back I found
an AI Aircraft was disappearing on approach to the Airport in question. So I altered it's arrival time to later, and sure enough the AI Aircraft no longer disappeared after I did that.
So I think I may be on to something, many thanks once again for your advice.
eddywinch82 wrote:Hi garymbuska,
Many thanks for your reply to my thread. It is an interesting suggestion you have put forward there. I am using AI Smooth V1.11 and AI Separation V1.1, together when running FS2004. With the recommended settings that Dave Sheffield has told people they should use when running in tandem with each other. Interestingly the other day. I ran FS2004 at the same time Day Month and Airport, without running those two programs. And the AI Aircraft a Vueling Airlines A320, now didn't disappear on approach and landed at the Airport. I can't remember which other AI Aircraft did or didn't disappear, but that is interesting in itself. But unfortunately without running AI Smooth V1.11 at least. obviously more go arounds resulted, and as is well known, AI Aircraft are deleted by the FS2004 Engine, if they are told to go around more than 3 times by the ATC. Why would without running AI Smooth, the Vueling Airline now land and not disappear on approach ? Does AI Smooth delete AI Aircraft sometimes ? And is there a way that can be prevented from happening ? i.e. modification of the program (if allowed) in some way ? I have alot of AI Traffic. But not too much I don't think, I have Ultimate Traffic installed. But I always carefully unselect the relevant Airlines when doing an "Ultimate Traffic" Traffic File compile, if I install a new package for the same Airline. Or if say two Airlines have merged, and I install the merged Airline package, i.e. un select the now defunct Airlines that merged to make the new Airline from the Ulitmate Traffic Airline Compile menu when Compiling, and also If an Airline has changed i.e. AIR 2000 became First Choice. I would unselect AIR 2000 from "Ulitmate Traffic" Traffic File compilation, before installing the First Choice AI Traffic package, which I have from WOAI. And the same applies with other Airlines. So I don't just overload FS2004 with Traffic I carefully manage it. Also this deletion of AI Aircraft on approach, happens even when I have disabled General Aviation Traffic. Any help and information you could give me would be much appreciated. I.e. could you suggest what I could edit in it's Schedule, to maybe prevent the disappearing from happening ? I have a version of the Freeware Program AI Flightplanner, which I use for editing AI Traffic Flightplans Best Regards Eddie Winch
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