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How Separate AI Traffic "packages" FS9

Thu Feb 12, 2009 6:47 pm

Hello Everyone,

Ive been a flight simmer onboard FS9 for a while now. My question is how to separate AI "packs." Such as this, All of my current AI includes WOAI and PAI packages. However I am creating my own classic environment with TWA, Pan Am, etc. I am just wondering what the easiest solution would be to "turn off" the current airline environment (WOAI and PAI) and "turn on" the classic airlines?

I know it seems like a complicated question, any help is appreciated.


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RE: How Separate AI Traffic "packages" FS9

Tue Feb 24, 2009 2:20 pm

FS only displays AI schedules that if can find, with the extension .bgl. So switching between schedules is a simple rename of file extensions between two FS starts...
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RE: How Separate AI Traffic "packages" FS9

Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:42 pm

I think the easiest way to make the switch is by using a batch file to rename files. Then you could have 2 batch files, each of them working by renaming the traffic*.bgl files to something like traffic*.moden or traffic*.classic and in turn renaming the deactivated files traffic*.bgl

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