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P3D v4 getting this message 3.2.19

Starting to see this when I bulk traffic Update activity level and also randomly getting message about one or more that the activity level is not valid percent.. Look at flight plan #132 ...Any ideas Also whenn I go to compile..its like I am stuck on this screen and can't get the screen where you enter 1-100?

Thank you,


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You can't use the Adjust Activity Level function to correct a FP error.

Edit the erroneous FP to correct the error and all should be well.