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Offline cemcengiz

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AIG Traffic Problems
« on: May 04, 2021, 08:14:29 AM »
I've been using AIG for a couple of days.
I downloaded a good 600 airlines.
Before that, I had TG and had problems with little traffic.

I have a lot of traffic with AIG now, but too much traffic apparently.

I set 1% and 99% in Compile

The problem is, no matter what I set in P3D Traffic, I always have full house.

Regardless of whether I set 100%, 70% or even 10% in P3D, I always have a full airport .. Even if I set 1%, I have a full airport.

So no matter what I set in P3D Traffic, it has no effect .. I always have a full house.

Only when I set it to 0% are all the planes gone again.

The problem yesterday was, my flight EDDM-EGLL ..

I had so little FPS with EGGL Landing that it was no longer playable.

I urgently need to reduce traffic, but no matter what I set, I have no less traffic ..

Can you help me ?

Offline johanfrc

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Re: AIG Traffic Problems
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2021, 09:29:42 AM »
Sounds like the compiling didn't took the % values into account and made all of them 1%.

What you can do, if you don't want to go through and recompile all again, is to use i.e. AI Companion that has a Traffic Limiter included. That way you can filter what planes you want to se (more or less).

You can read more here, or download the program and test it out:

Johan Clausen

Offline goldfisch

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Re: AIG Traffic Problems
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2021, 11:06:00 AM »
You can also try to use the traffic limiter in FSUIPC. It uses 5 different values for deleting to much traffic, and you can play with them to find your personal preferences. It is explained on pages 15/16 in the User Guide of FSUIPC. In my opinion it is easier to play with them instead of changing the settings of AIM.

Regards, Jens
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