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    Posted: February-20-2010 at 9:03am
Updating to Audio Environment Version 1.2 DOWNLOAD VERSION.

MyTraffic X users and users running 120dpi font size need to re-install using this version. This version is a complete new wrapper file with fixes for the following issues:

Fixes repeating startup sounds issue for MTX versions.

Fixes layout issues in the interface for 120dpi font size users.

Fixes MyTraffic X - 757 sound cones to correct volume and pan issues.

Adds missing Aircraft folders/AI sounds in variations of MyTraffic X Pro and MyTraffic 2010 versions including their assignments for startup/shutdown sound cues.

If you have previously installed the first download release version 1.0 or version 1.1, please run the Audio Environment Configuration Manager and remove all of the sounds you installed to FSX using the buttons labelled "Remove Sounds". This will restore all the aircraft back to their original state. It is strongly advised that you do this!

Uninstall the AI sound pack using the uninstaller in the location: start/All Programs/Flight One Software/Audio Environment. You will be prompted to run the configuration Manager first which you can ignore if you have followed the previous instructions.

Next, uninstall Audio Environment. You will be prompted to uninstall the module so click Uninstall.

If you are happy to alter your FSX.cfg file to tidy up entries, remove the line from the "Trusted" section that refers to the AEMODULE. You will be prompted to trust the module again when first running FSX after the new install. If you prefer not to alter the cfg file, leave the line in place and a new one will be created and you will be prompted to trust the new module when you first run FSX.

Download the Version 1.2 file (which is a complete product wrapper) and run the installer in the normal way. When it reaches the payment screen, select the re-Install button and you will be prompted to browse to the key file and also enter the last 4 digits of the credit card you used to purchase previously. You will not be charged. Follow the on screen prompts and at the end of the installation, the Configuration Manager will open to allow you to install the sounds to FSX again.

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