Any thoughts Don?
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That's promising. But, of course, that only affects the compiler/de-compiler. However, AIFP is the Swiss Army knife of AI flight planning, so the file structure of airports and aircraft is also relevant. If I can find a way to generate aircraft and airport lists essentially equivalent to those for FSX, there's some promise.Apparently the format is exactly the same as FSX
Don,I've had another look at the SDK and found the Traffic section. Its total content id "TODO"
Don, try "Use generic models for AI Traffic". It's what The IVAO python script author suggested for Online traffic, so maybe it will work with offline also.Folks, I've run into a bit of a snag. As I reported yesterday, AIFP can now generate traffic files that are executed by MSFS2020. The only remaining issue is that MSFS seems to decide which AI aircrafts get displayed in each case. Nonetheless, each AI in MSFS seems to perform otherwise as instructed in the traffic file.
I have a colleague in Australia who claims he doesn't have this issue with his manually-prepared/saved traffic files whom I've asked for clarification. Unfortunately, he's fast asleep at the moment. I'll update you as soon as I have something further to report