We often get support questions about taxiways that do not allign with scenery objects and AI Aircraft that parks inside buildings. The majority of these problems are caused by duplicate AFCAD Files.
Do you see the following effect in your Flight Simulator X?
If you are unable to see the changes the package brings, then it is likely that your system settings are set at too low a value to observe the changes.
A question that often comes up is why we do not design highly detailed airports such as the likes of Fly Tampa. Before we can answer this question, we first need to take you through the process before any physical designing starts.
Before we start with any airport project, a financial analysis is performed. We need to sell our creation and we need to make sure that we will be able to generate an income from it as compensation for the time we put into this project. In the past, we just designed airports with the hope that they will sell which often lead to disastrous results! Our Mauritius 2002 package was such an example where we spend six months developing it and in the end, we only sold 10 copies!
This patch will update the DEFAULT Johannesburg International Airport ID from FAJS to FAOR.
This update is intended for those who do not have our scenery packages or those who would like to just update the default airports in Flight Simulator X or Prepar3D.
This patch will fix the registry keys that points to where Flight Simulator is installed on your system.