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Filling degree capped at 50%/66.67%
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Hello folks

First post here so don't blame me if something is not 100% right Wink

I have a few random routes that has extremely high or high demand. However for some reason the load factors will be capped at 50% or 66.67% unless I stop the route, delete it altogether, and try restarting the route. This trick works sometimes, but other times it doesn't and the load factor will still be capped.

I actually have a few more bugs that I can report. Not sure if I should put it in the same thread (forgive me if not) but I'll list it here - 
- If I set selling price as $0 for onboard service it'll crash the whole finance system (and money I have will become $Nah)
- When swapping schedule between aircrafts, sometimes routes will be messed up if there's more than one aircraft flying a particular route (I sometimes can have 5-6 airplanes flying the same route and this can be a headache).

Not sure if I should supply save doc in this way but here it is - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vP1u_Id...sp=sharing

Cheers,
Michael
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#2
Hey Michael,

thanks for reporting these issues.
Unfortunately I no longer support v2, as I need all my time for TAP NG.
I believe spending all my time on NG is best for everyone, and it is the version that should pay my bills after all.


I thought I fixed the 0$ issue for the IFS before, I must be mistaken then. You shouldn't set it to 0. If you want to give it away for free, set it to free in the dropdown menu. Wink
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(06-02-2020, 01:28 PM)Tjoeker Wrote: Hey Michael,

thanks for reporting these issues.
Unfortunately I no longer support v2, as I need all my time for TAP NG.
I believe spending all my time on NG is best for everyone, and it is the version that should pay my bills after all.


I thought I fixed the 0$ issue for the IFS before, I must be mistaken then. You shouldn't set it to 0. If you want to give it away for free, set it to free in the dropdown menu. Wink
All good mate - looking forward to the NG myself

Have to say V2 is already fantastic 

Keep up the good work!

Cheers,
Michael
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