I'm having the same problem, I've been simming since the early 80s and am fully conversant with the workings of FSX.
I've dealt with Just Flight for many years and this is the first aircraft I haven't been able to 'fix' myself (I've still got the first Concorde).
Hopefully there will be a fix soon.
Not sure this is something that requires a fix over and above those applied already. Make sure you have the latest version of the software and if you are having problems your best bet would be to contact Just Flight support and they can look into it for you.
I installed the Hawk T1 but unable to start the GPS , when I press the power on button, it lights up but only blue display is coming, nor the Panel default p3d gps is starting up. The nav also is not working
When setting altitude hold the Archer III drops 200 feet and then holds altitude. I noticed this issue when I purchased the aircraft quite a while ago and have been waiting for a fix. I am now running version 1.05 and the issue still exists. The only work around so far it to put the aircraft on altitude hold 200 feet above the desired altitude. But it would be nice to have it just hold the selected altitude.
You can check what AI aircraft are available via the Aircraft Explore section of AI Fleet. You may also find that lots of schedule flights don't show because TG has not allocated an aircraft to the flight. You can add an aircraft to incomplete schedules using Edit Scheduled Flight Plan. You will need to recompile traffic afterwards.
Recently TG has added an import aircraft function which means you can add additional aircraft from your flight sim library. I have been playing with this function with partial success. I have found out that flyable aircraft are more likely to be accepted and appear. Again you will have to add any new aircraft to the schedules or create your own via Add new Flight Plan. Don't forget to re-compile.
TG is quite flexible once you know how to manipulate it.
It seems that everyone has a spawning problem unless your traffic setting in the flight sim programme is reduced. I recommend you report this to the help desk
Still in progress and not forgotten but we don't have a release date as yet. As I said on the other thread, this is not a simple fix.
Many thanks for the confirmation.
With apologies if seeming overly persistant, I am still suffering the same bugs regarding the DC electrical system that I made support aware of more than a year ago, I accept development priorities are elsewhere but if a solution could make it into the v5 port I would be more than grateful. Any news on the promised fuel/ load manager would also be appreciated.
I wouldn't really know where to start. Win 7 is no longer supported by MS and has caused font problems with more recent versions of Traffic (and other programs). You should try JF support but they may not be able to help you with that setup. It does sound like there is something wrong with the installation.
am indeed still using Traffic X and continue to enjoy what it offers. It is a little long in the tooth now, but is such that if you're willing to put in the work, you can keep its aircraft, its liveries, and its schedules well enough up to date.
Hi Freddy I am still to using FSX and Traffic x just reinstalled the whole thing when I had to get a new computer, but how do I get rid of the UNHANDLED EXCEPTION errors or have parts of Traffic X not working correctly. Is there still a fix for this in 2021, or how do you fix this problem again? Great to see you are still here.
@Derek really this could be a solution, but it would be something I really don't like.
Which is why I wrote: "understandably that's not something you would want to do."
Hopefully Support has managed to resolve the matter for you as best we can, via Simmarket. I suspect there may be a conflict with registry settings. This can occur if there has been an earlier install or if, for example, the computer had FSX installed on it before P3D.
You can set an altitude alert only. The autopilot can holt a pitch or climb rate wich you can set to 0, when you reach the desired altitude. So it is not fully automatic, only partially. When you get the altitude alert wait (this is before you reach it) lower the climb rate a bit and when you reach the level go on zero climb.
I have used TG since release and have tried to help users if I can with install and compiling, and have shown how too create and edit flight plans.
As for my opinions on the future of TG I would like to see it succeed into what is was intended a real world AI traffic program that the users can easily tweak to there liking. And a database the user will will see the real livery's in the airport for that part the world.