I just found this neat, FREE, little utility that allows you to do all sorts...
I downloaded because it comes with loads of callsigns 😉
This is a very good programe. This will be installed again once I have re-loaded FS9 back after a re-format. 👍
Well I have downloaded and run the setup.exe, but am not too sure what to do from here.
The readme.html isn't helping either!
By the way, before you can use this, you must have the latest version of the .NET Framework which is about 25mb to download, but if you use VOZ, you will already have it installed.
First of all if you have TRAFFIC 2004 or 2005 installed you will have to re-insatll the sound packs which can be found on DISK 2 under. These are the files to install ➡
Just zip them into the sound folder in FS9.
Once you have re-installed the cound packs, EditVoicePack should now work. Click on start / All Programs / click on EditVoicePack.
If there are any updates to install you should see this
Click on Install update
After the update you will need to update EVP
Here you can change the phraseology, but I keep the settings as they are. just click on Ok
EVP should now be updating
Thanks for the info Liono,
I don't use TRAFFIC 04/05 for my AI planes so I didn't have to do the first few steps.
I did however do everything in your very helpfull screenshots and it is now all saved and working.
Just one more quick question though, what does it do exactly? Does it just add more callsigns or something?
It add's the real callsigns to the plans. So for example if you where using British Airways it will say SPEEDBIRD as teh call sign.
Here's the forum if that of any help.
Thanks Radarman 😉
It add's the real callsigns to the plans. So for example if you where using British Airways it will say SPEEDBIRD as teh call sign
But my ATC already called BA by SPEEDBIRD before I installed the package?
Does it reconise lot's of other call signs now, like "Emirates" and "Virgin" and stuff because I am guessing those one's were not included as default?
I think so CT. It's been a long time since I have used the default ATC so I can't really remember.
The program gives you hundreds of callsigns to choose from 😉
I doubt there's an airline that's not been included 😉