That should do the trick, Ray!
FSX shouldn't create a new .spb but use the xml which is great, 'cos then it's easier to edit the file should you want to swap or add any vehicles!
Frank - at last I have found some time to complete the addition of T360 GroundVehicles to my FSXA installation. Here are the processes that I found to be required -
T360 file "JFTraffic_Pushback.bgl" - copied to ...\scenery\Global\Scenery
T360 files"JFTraffic_PushBack_(.........).dds" (12 files) - copied to ...\scenery\Global\texture
T360 folders "JFTraffic_(......)" (16 items) - copied to ...\simobjects\GroundVehicles
T360 file "LWcfg.xml" - copied to \Users\xxxxx\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX
FSX existing file "LWcfg.spb" - renamed "LWcfg.xspb" to disable.
With these 5 actions, I am pleased to say that now, in the major areas of the world, I am getting the T360 vehicles appearing at my airports. Some are a distinct improvement over the original ones.
I re-iterate my thanks to you for pointing me in the right direction for this.
Hmm. Sounds like TG is still picking up the model but without a texture, Yves.
It's a bit more of a pain, but instead of renaming the texture folder, try editing the relevant line in the aircraft.cfg under the corresponding [fltsim.n] entry.
eg: for ...\TrafficGlobalFleet\JFAI_A319
title=JFAI_A319_AirBerlin to, say,
TG and P3Dv4 is not the same as P3DV5, this is due to the Scenery folder that was created for FSX and P3D AFCAD BGLs, but changes made by LM of the AFCAD BGL`s for DX12 P3DV5 can cause the airport display problems.
@Lockheed-lad thanks will look at that.
no tiger air anymore, tiger died when virgin australia went into administration last year ,bain capital bought them closed tiger down,sold off 777 atr's only have 737 now.
Panic over. TBH, I have always tried to be as candid as possible regarding this product. I am like a cracked record (as the old people say) in reminding everyone that it is an AI traffic program designed to greatly improve on the default experience. It's not Flight Radar and, without mentioning any names, attempts to run a real-time AI traffic system have not been that successful. It will always be a compromise, but, with the volume of aircraft and liveries included, we think it's a very good compromise and better than anything else in terms of adding traffic out of the box.
We're always keen on feedback. We haven't abandoned the program (as per the latest release) but we also have to balance up what is likely to produce the best experience for the majority of users. If there is a glaring anomaly - such as a wrong livery (not an alternate) - if we know the time and the place we can fix it. However, as you say, if there is a residual/redundant livery sat in the database there seems little point in doing anything about it.
As for the HP42, the team working on that has been diverted onto the DCS Blackburn Botha.