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fs 2002 ai traffic

Post by DeltaFan094 » 07 Aug 2008, 21:35

i am trying to install the delta ai flight plan from jeremy crowther and i can't find the folders that i need to put the files into in fs2002 are fs2002 and 2004 differnt i know fsx is as i own that one and everything is different in there any help with this would be awsome !!!!!!
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Re: fs 2002 ai traffic

Post by NWADC9 » 08 Aug 2008, 04:42

Punctuation-It'll take you places.

Which sim are you talking about? I see FS2002 in the title and twice in your long sentence, as well as FS2004 and FSX.
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Post by Carlo » 08 Aug 2008, 11:43

And if you are still using FS2002, why?
You can get FS2004 cheap.

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Post by DeltaFan094 » 08 Aug 2008, 13:55

because i bought fsx and i am just waiting for more stuff to come out for it... that and my computer runs it a little slow so i switched back to fs2002
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Post by Dennis » 08 Aug 2008, 14:32

DeltaFan094: Please remember to post with correct grammar (and this includes punctuation). This will make your post easier to understand.

Carlo: unless you post helpful information on how to solve the problem, please don't post at all. Some people are very stubborn with the simulator they like and suggesting to buy FS9 does not have to do with the issue presented.
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Re: fs 2002 ai traffic

Post by DeltaFan094 » 11 Aug 2008, 15:46

well as i stated above, the only reason i went back to fs2002 is because my computer runs fsx a little bit slow... And i might just have to buy fs2004 as i hear that it is a big step up from 2002, is it ???? Also i have installed project ai , and the planes seem to do there own patterns without aismooth , as i can't get ai smooth to run with fs2002 is there a differnt version i could download for fs 2002 ?????
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Re: fs 2002 ai traffic

Post by NWADC9 » 11 Aug 2008, 16:16

FS2002 is like running Windows 98 - no one in their right mind uses it anymore. Go buy FS9. Plus, when it comes to AI, it's all for FS9; FS2002 may require different FDEs and whatnot, and FSX, well, you just have to add the soundai folders and contact points for the jetway and GSE if you want 'em :wink:
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Post by Carlo » 11 Aug 2008, 17:27

Watch out, we're not allowed to question the version of FS people use, or suggest an upgrade.

*scrolls up to Dennis' post*

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Post by NWADC9 » 11 Aug 2008, 20:00

Carlo wrote:Watch out, we're not allowed to question the version of FS people use, or suggest an upgrade.

*scrolls up to Dennis' post*
Given all I know about the OP's question (which is absolutely ZERO % [hint hint deltafan]), I listed the differences in AI for FS8, 9, and X, mainly the problems to come with using FS9-made aircraft (which is essentially all of 'em out there) with wacky flying and potential xml code issues.
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Re: fs 2002 ai traffic

Post by DeltaFan094 » 12 Aug 2008, 04:06

well i can relate to the wacky flying issues , the planes just land wherever they want and do not listen to the atc all the time. i want to thank you guys for the advice i will get a copy of fs2004 as soon as i can.... thanks again, Jon
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Re: fs 2002 ai traffic

Post by Carlo » 12 Aug 2008, 14:08

Dennis wrote: Carlo: unless you post helpful information on how to solve the problem, please don't post at all. Some people are very stubborn with the simulator they like and suggesting to buy FS9 does not have to do with the issue presented.
Thank you :wink:

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Re: fs 2002 ai traffic

Post by Carlo » 12 Aug 2008, 14:24

I'd edit that post but apparently I can't. Still, ironic isn't it :roll:

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