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  1. Hi Guys, Just wanted to post some shots of the upcoming RV4 expansion pack in action over NCA in Prepar3d v2.2 Keeping in mind that the PC used to take these shots is pretty low end nowadays we get an average of 20 fps with most of the eye candy on and sliders pretty high. Very comparable to the majority of the default aircraft shipped in Prepar3d v2
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  2. Hi zb, it's fine this way, it's not necessary you put all your order numbers Respect the prices, i can observe that usually people don't analyze accurately what vector does, because it doesn't modify the textures that's the first change people notice (like FTX global and OpenLC do). But the changes vector responsible are evidents. The coastilines for first. They are accurate now, respect to the reality. If we want to develop sceneries like you wish, always closer to the reality, we need also products like Vector, as a base to work on. The roads, tunnels, rivers, lakes, all is more accurate
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  3. I have worked on this static plane at Airdries CEF4! This is mine for april: Bug.
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  4. Another late evening flight in Stewart, BC (CZST) This time coming in over the threshold with grass at the end of the runway...
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  5. Hi, To avoid a very long signature with orders, I suggest to begin the orders list by Spoiler between [ ] and end with /Spoiler between [ ] Then, if an administrator on the Payware Support Forum wants to expand or reduce your orders list, he'll clic on the grey little show/Hide box. Have a nice Easter
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  6. Why should I pay more for an expansion pack? This basically fixes a design element that was not very popular. How about releasing this model as version two. Then if someone truly wanted the glass panel, that could be an expansion. This newer version as version two might be a big hit.
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  7. Is there an actual scenery library image showing orbx products in proper order on this site. I could post mine and ask for opinions but I think it would be easier if I could see one from someone who really knew what they were doing.
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  8. Hi Gerold Not an add-on. Think it came with the Orbx Global Try to find it yourself: Latitude 43.8751281293367, Longitude -103.460140228271 Sam
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  9. Noted. Bruce and yourself have been ignored!
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  10. The official word is that those spoiler alerts look ridiculous. If you're proud enough to list all of them, why do you need to hide them?
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  11. OK... Here's a quick update with some "how to" instructions... --- BEWARE --- Only use this method if you are experiencing constant disconnects (or the constant disconnect/reconnect cycle) of your USB hardware). AND make a backup of your system registry before doing any of this! (Use the free tool like CCleaner, or your own registry backup software if you have it). Step 1: Try and fix the issue with the control panel options: - Go to Control Panel - "Power Options" - "Change Plan Settings" (on your currently selected plan) - "Change Advanced Power Settings"
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  12. Hi Brad, sorry can't take any credit for this great tip (see original post #1) I just did a step by step tutorial for someone having problems with the way to implement it. Now if we could get everybody to join in it would be great and clean up surfing the threads by at least 50%. Any official word about making this standard for everyone?
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  13. Great shots Gerold. My favorite holiday destination. It's simply Gods Country regardless of the weather. Thanks for posting.
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  14. Great add-on, whereever you found it. The only detail missing is the "Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint"-Flow .
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  16. Unofficial introduce : Australian Cargo 400M over Tamworth...
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  17. Sinesio You are probably right! I DO agree with what you say. I have had some issues with Stephan and it´s like
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  18. Hi, JJJackson, estimated mate, You're right about what I talk on Vector/Orbx. Happens, from what I know, I may be wrong, Orbx commissioned (the job) work on Vectors to the Pilot's staff. If I'm wrong, does not justify the Pilot´s staff come here to support. As I said, I could be wrong, but it was not what I saw with the launch of Vector v1.1. And yet, the annunciation of the Vectors, toward the end of 2013, Orbx said it was developing in partnership with Pilot's. From the point of view of the consumer, the Vector is the responsibility of Orbx! IMHO! Cheers,
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  19. Great work Howard... love the old gent asleep on his bag. These are a few from a while back when the Somerset Levels flooded.. This is an RSPB reserve, with no affected homes in this area, and there was a great beauty to it, however it was a disaster for some poor people.
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  20. The guys who are Vector's supporters are from Pilot's: there as here, in this forum, no support! And if there is any, almost never solve anything. Ah ... When they appear to say something, they are very, very arrogant, disrespectful, and always give an earful on who dared to have them harassed! Usually with words like these: ... already talked about this in the readme ... is noted ... will be remembered in the next version ... any "no brain" knows ... (expression Stefan said to a consumer who was collaborating with them ") etc., etc., etc. So, mate, for our problems be solved, or ...
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  21. Fantastic couple of shots Ken !! . Cheers Brad
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  22. Congratulations Gerold! Keep them coming
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  24. Yes great shots looks great!
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  25. Glad you did well on that flight: the shots are great! Cheers,
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  26. ASN certainly helps a lot in generating that feeling of being there. Nice pics Ken.
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  27. Smashing shots Ken. cheers Iain
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  28. The thing about the new lighting system is that it uses the FSX autogen system to place lights (the same way as it does trees and houses). The autogen system deliberately draws fewer items the further away from the airplane you are, so that you don't overload the simulator, so as you fly, you will see the full amount of lights close to the aircraft and diminishing by numbers further away, always changing as the aircraft flies. One limitation of the FSX autogen is that it does have that "pop in" effect, most noticeable at night. The only way to improve this would be to increase the radius of
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  29. Wow, another great one mate, you really show Sekiu well in P3D! We've added both these videos to the product page if you don't mind
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  30. Nice set mate, you must've had real time weather - we are having a good run at the moment.
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  31. Did some testing with the Alabeo Piper Sport at 11S also ... hunting for the "tree gap" ... not the best of landings, first flight in the Piper Sport. >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPLXBWSWmIQ Cheers, Rob.
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  33. It's true. When someone say something here, I just look at his/her library to see where he/she flies ... Cheers,
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  34. If you should have the building shadows activated it can cause artefacts i.e. flashing "patches" on the flat ground. Some of those patches do not interact with aircraft shadows by day - or the lights that are cast by the aircraft by night. Uncheck it and things should revert back to normal. If you don't have the shadows activated you're on your own But I'm sure one of the devs will come up with a solution. Cheers Mallard
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  35. Here's my entry, AXE climbing out of ORBX's Melbourne Int'l in some dark weather
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