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  1. Hi, I recently bought the Trier-Koblenz route for TS2017 and really like it, except for one issue: in the scenario IC 132 from Koblenz to Trier, the train always stops approximately 13 km before Cochem. I have read the manual, tried to disable/acknowledge PZB and whatever other systems I could think of, but the train nevertheless comes to a halt and cannot be put into motion anymore. There is an audio warning when this happens, but I cannot understand what it says (slice licorice?). I do not speed and all signals are solid green, so I am really at a loss. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Peter
  2. Hot !

    I'm just wondering what the definition of "imminent" may be Peter
  3. Just to make you aware of it: the US mirror still has the old version of Oslo. And please don't close threads so quickly, this thread would not have been necessary if the other one on the same topic would still be open. Peter
  4. I can only provide you with a tiny market research: I would buy an Aerosoft A380 right away, even if I knew that not everything is perfect. I would assume that the systems in an A380 are not too far off those in other Airbuses as far as the work of the crew is concerned. If we would get a half-decent A380 with the right weights and reasonable (if not perfect) flight dynamics, it would still be waaay better than what is available right now. I wouldn't buy such a plane for $120, but certainly at a typical Aerosoft price range. Peter
  5. Thanks Aleksey, that worked like a charm. Peter
  6. Hi Tom, thanks for the clarification. I don't have links to the individual installer in my account, but maybe it will just take a while until this is set up. I am in no rush. Best regards, Peter
  7. Hi, it appears I only can download v1.01 but not the latest version. I tried both the North American and the European server. I bought the scenery directly from Aerosoft during the recent conference sale. Help would be appreciated. Thanks, Peter
  8. What a coincidence! I am a WP too: a WCRJP Peter
  9. Hans, in your motto, I get the FKATD part (formerly known as the Dude, I suppose), but what does WP stand for? His new alias would imply FD, so I guess it's something else? Peter
  10. Understood. But I will nevertheless start right now holding my breath, albeit not for the A330 Peter
  11. You mean, more activity like more pictures, liveries, videos. manuals? Like what currently happens in the CRJ forum? Peter
  12. Thanks for your response Mathijs, I was forgetting about all the investments you guys are making when developing airport sceneries, for instance. It is good to know that these license fees are not too high. Peter
  13. License fees are one factor that PMDG sometimes mentions why their planes are so expensive, especially for P3D. Does this new development mean that Aerosoft Airbuses will become more expensive as well? And are there any tangible benefits from being officially licensed, such as access to AOMs or support when modelling a plane, or access to a professional training market? Peter
  14. Nice job. Another Aerosoft plane that I will probably buy right after release Peter
  15. Hi Mathijs, you were right, I didn't run P3D in admin mode, and that did the trick. It is strange, though, that I had no issues when adding the actual Aerosoft airport directories manually. I now have added the Afd directory and removed the files that I copied. Thanks for your help, Peter