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FSXA Deleting AI from iTraffic


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Hi Guys,

First off, I know it isn't very 'sexy' these days to still design for FSX-A and P3D .....
That aside ....LoL

For a (freeware) application, I'm looking for a way to remove (delete) a flying AI from iTraffic; using it's assigned CID (as visible in the Traffic Explorer).
NOT by deleting it from the Traffic Explorer menu (which works), but by commanding it from an (XML) gauge.

I DO know how to read this CID (== SelectedVehicleID) using (C:ITrafficInfo:Filter,number) and all that stuff; just not how (or even IF) it's possible to delete that AI from a gauge.

I'm almost convinced it can't be done from an XML gauge, but if someone can give me any pointers how to do it from a C/C++ coded gauge (using SimConnect ??), that would help too ...

Thanks in advance,