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    Posted: 05 May 2018 at 11:29pm
Hi everyone,

I have just recently updated my Navdata, including fixes and the whole lot, from
http://www.aero.sors.fr/

Now, before I install Traffic 360, at EGCC, I've got the helepad, I've got 23 L, 23 R and 05 L/R.

After installing Traffic 360, it changes back to the default sim data of 24 L/R, 6 L/R, etc.

Is there any way to fix this?

Thanks.


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I can reply from the point of view of owning Traffic X. I don't own Traffic 360, but I will assume the answer for Traffic 360 will be similar to this answer about Traffic X. Someone with Traffic 360 can probably comment/confirm better ...

With Traffic X, Just Flight supplied a range of airport AFCAD files (the files which make up each airport in the simulator). These files, updated/modified by Just Flight, can be found in the "C:\...\Flight Sumilator X\JustFlight\TrafficX\AirportFacilities\Scenery" folder. When the sim runs, these files are loaded in over the top of the existing airports and take precedence (I make that statement assuming you or a scenery developer haven't made any alterations to the scenery library order in your simulator's settings).

OK ... So, I will assume that Traffic 360 has a similar scenery folder like what Traffic X does. Therefore, in the equivalent Traffic 360 scenery folder, do a search for "EGCC". In Traffic X's scenery folder, there's a file called "AFX_EGCC.bgl". If you find a file with that name, or similar, in the equivalent Traffic 360 scenery folder, then rename the file to something like "AFX_EGCC.bgl.OFF" so that the simulator won't load it. Doing this should revert your simulator back to the airport which has the helipad and 23L, 23R and 05 L/R.

I hope this helps.

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