Let it rain


#1

ar.flightaware.com/live/flight/N … /KFAT/KFAT


#2

Uh, dude, my FlightAware has gone Arabic!


#3

You must not be logged in; you only get the default locale for a regional domain when you’re not logged in.

Clicking on the US flag or choosing English from the dropdown will get you back to usual.


#4

Mine did that right after I cleaned up my computer. Started to find “English” while reading Arabic. Then I put my glasses on and found the flag.

What I hate is when Google comes up in Arabic with NO flag to click on.


#5

More than likely cloud seeders.
Danny


#6

It is, a friend of mine is one of the pilots.


#7

Used to a company called Atmospherics back in the '70 and '80. Used to fly twin Comanches and Aztecs. Too scary for me.
danny


#8

Cloud seeding for rain looks fun.

Now hail suppression in CBs at night in the Andes… that’s some scary s*^=!
but either way, if your flying weather mod, you might be a little touched.


#9

I am logged in and get the Arabic version. I took a screen shot. If you would like me to send it to you, let me know.


#10

Please send the screenshot along with the contents of flightaware.com/fix to my username @ flightaware.com


#11

using Johns link
**** ar.flightaware.com/live/flight/N … /KFAT/KFAT

it is in Arabic. This happens whether I am logged in both forum &/or main site or not.

Using this link ### flightaware.com/live/flight/N42T … /KFAT/KFAT

it is in American English. those pesky little ar. characters in Johns link after the backslashes are the source of the issue.