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FS2004 Airline Logos and Data in opening screen?


I'm sure there's a very simple explanation for this, and I'm just missing it by a fraction of an inch:

When I see your example in the downloads page (...."AIFP got a face lift"... etc), the opening screen shows an example of an Air Canada download, with the Airline logo, call sign, and season/yr.

When I open mine, all that info is blank and says "n/a".

Did I forget to install a data set that will allow AIFP to recognize that info, or is it simply because in your example you were using AIG (Alpha India Group), and I'm using WOIA (World of AI)?-- and WOAI doesn't provide that extra amount of graphic design?

Thank you,

-- John

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Disregard. Ran a test myself. It's an AIG manual install thing. The logo for airlines is called up with them. I'm accustomed to the WOAI auto installer, so this is why it looked different to me.