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FS2004 Sizing the Traffic and Parking window crashes...

I used AIFP3 (n) and analysed parking at my EDDM. To see the full analysis from Sunday to Saturday I encreased the window by my mouse:
AIFP7.jpg
 

gadgets

Resource contributor
Presumably, the error occurred at the instant you attempted to resize the dialog - and not some time later.

Don
 

gadgets

Resource contributor
This is a "Day-One" issue. It occurs when the window is expanded to maximum size. If you use the scrollbar instead, it's OK.

Haven't found the cause yet, but it's only a matter of time. Since it took years to discover and can be avoided, I'll delay releasing a fix until the next general release (so as to avoid disrupting the testing activity of others).

Don
 
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