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    EXTREME FLIGHT - B737-200 Combi Gravel Strip Operation I hope you like it... with a feel of our French accent
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    Hello Mr. Scott, welcome to the forum, you seem extremely angry. You will get help, but the guys at Orbx have weekends off like most people. You’ll sometimes get support on a weekend though. But we regular users are also here to help. First, let me say that the way you come across will not make you many friends here at Orbx, I know you’re VERY angry, I get that. So, let’s review. You said you have the latest Central installed, correct? Then you say you had an internet interruption and when it resumed you could no longer resume the download. Also, manual install WILL be empty if nothing has been downloaded and saved. We have to be absolutely sure you have the NEW Central installed, not the older and recently replaced FTX Central, this is vital. As for SD & HD, you can only have one or the other. If you try to install the HD version and have SD installed it will tell you to uninstall the SD version first. Now, what I would do it this: 1) Run Central 2) Go to Settings 3) Click on Help 4) Click on Sync Simulator Let it sync then try to see if you can download Oregon. Post back asap. And Scott, please be patient? Please be a little more understanding and you will receive all the help you need, I promise you that. If it wasn’t the weekend you’d already have this resolved. And yes, it will eventually be resolved.
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    Sundown to night time - climbing away from London City.
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    We took off from Adelaide right into the morning... ... and circled around the CBD, ... ... just to find ourselves lost over the Saint Vincent Gulf seconds later. At least there was another comrade travelling below us. Gladly we reached some land again, at Yorketown. Unfortunately the lakes on the peninsula are totally green currently. Either a landclass error or environmental problems. The western tip of Yorke peninsula. Althorpe Island. And here we reached one of OZx´s highlights: Thistle Island. Always looking fantastic. Soon we arrive at Port Lincoln... ... with a slightly high approach. But successful. And parked, just like Martyn likes it.
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    I caved and installed Orbx Central so I could buy and install Skagit. There's no hope for me. But I'm enjoying a nice evening. ~
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    PC seems to have got over its indigestion. A few shots using the Aeroworx DC-3, taken at different times of the day. I like having 2 runways. It gives approach options.
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    My entry. Flying the Beech Duke 60 over FTX Global Florida.
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    TE Oregon SD A couple of shots down in the South East section of Oregon, North of Burns. Shot at dawn. Orbx TE Oregon topography plus shader add ons can give some brilliant lighting effects, dawn or dusk. TTM
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    Like last time ORBX post some great stuff on FB before they do here... this is a great video, they at least should post here also Ben
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    The region boundaries have not been set yet, it is very early days for this project
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    Thank you Ben I would prefer to download it in FTXC3 I'll move again back to OC when I no longer see a post about an issue. That would be a good signal that all is indeed working perfectly as I liked the application Cheers
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    Hello, I would think that I drove realistic lorries (trucks) for over 13000 hours in any 7 of my 45 years of being a lorry driver and I agree with Lawrence that they would not have been realistic without me. Probably they would not have moved at all.
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    Grand set of shots mate , I see Jack is visiting ....... Cheers John
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    These shots look fantastic Jack and judging by the livery of you AI jet ; looks like the "Count" has paid a visit to the PNW : Cheers John
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    Just the one shot. Too rough to fly there tonight, was a barf bag flight for sure.
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    In case I get dropped off your Xmas Card List, or refused a ride in the 2020 Corvette you have on order - I thought I should offer some practical assistance ilo bald criticism I use a freeware program to crop & tweak shots, if required. Its IrfanView, from IrfanView.com I open it & go to File/Open which opens file manager & I find the image I want to work on. I open the image & if I think it looks too dark I go to top row menu - 'Image' Then way down the Image drop down menu is 'Auto-adjust Color' I click on that & the image changes, [usually lightens up]. If I don't like the change I hit a back arrow to get to original. If I like the new image I save it. 1st shot below is not color adjusted. 2nd is, per method i described. If you can wrestle Irfanview on to your PC you perhaps could try putting 1 of the last 3 shots above into Irfanview, do "Auto-adjust colors' & see if you are happier with the result. I don't use it all that often & use it more in P3D than XP. Another option could be to have a lok at some older shots you have taken [assuming they are saved], say in last couple of days , ones you were happy with, & see how they look now in whatever you use to view them. Good luck. TTM I
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    Looks nice Gerold but I'm always amazed at how many errors you seem to find.
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    Beautiful shots Tiger.
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    I love it too Jack! Looks like home.
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    Thanks mate . Thanks Jean marc . Thanks Karoly . Thanks Patrick . Thanks Karl , have a sip for me too .
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    Sweet set of shots John . Cheers John
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    Thank you and Dario i use xvision in my xp11 and ultra weather xp as well. cheers Iain
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    only: ORBX ZIBO XP 11.35 saluti!!!!!!!
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    Great news Roger , how is your book coming along ? . Cheers John
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    Wow - Great effects !! . Cheers John
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    Thank you very much, Jack! It is indeed a pilot's dream! Challenging and amazing. Thank you very much, Iain! Thank you very much! I agree, the port to Xp11 could be nice! And those flaps are really a danger Thank you very much, Wain! Thank you very much! Every time I go back there I am amazed at how interesting this region is to fly. Thank you very much! You defined well: landing attempts Thank you very much, Adam! Thank you very much, Jean Marc! Thank you very much, Ken!
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    Next time yell FORE mate if you are flying thru ........ Cheers John
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    Ah yes, that brings back memories. I used S51 McBeth on the Klamath River as my home field in FSX, and I flew to Happy Camp all the time, both pretty hairy. I didn't have Orbx though.
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    What a great addition this will be! Great choice, guys. Looks incredible.
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    I have a really fabulous co-pilot named Sue. Her voice is like silk and her face and body well....wow. I wonder if one day I'll meet her?!
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    Wow Jack, can you imagine actually pulling those kind of G's in a real DC-6 as in image 13. I love the government bridge, it's been a while since you've done any.
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    Seems the P3D-team is on a looong vacation. No new releases for a long time now. Everything seems to revolv arounf XP. Jack the Swede in Spain
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    This is interesting. You and Jack are both considering XP11 as your primary sim. I've tried XP 11 with payware addons and some of the best freeware and I still stay away from it. What am I missing? ASXP? X-Vison? Freeware AI traffic? The one thing that keeps me away from XP11 is that the planes do feel like one is flying on rails. If this subject is too controversial for some, please PM me. I'm seriously interested in knowing why XP11 is all of sudden so special.
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    Well then chaps Thank you all for taking the time to enter the contest and vote so many great shots by the way. Now the winner is........ digital 896. now if you shoot Ed an email ed@orbxsystems.com Saying which prize you would like with your OrbxDirect account details Ed will add your prize to your account. cheers Iain
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    I can't get FSEconomy working with P3dV4.5 so we need something else. other programs are too much of a pain but paying a monthly/annual subscription will put a lot of people off from the start: better I think just to have an up-front price and then, if they need to, charge us for updates - or charge us an initial cost high enough to cover at least a few updates over time. Adding extra complexity before release may just add more bother for the end-user.
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    Where some Ryzen CPUs score better in CPU-Z and Cinebench single thread benchmarks, Intel (9700k / 9900k) produce more FPS in most games. So unfortunately, CPU-Z & Cinebench benchmark scores are not directly comparable with P3D performance. I’m really interested to see a comparison in P3D V4 performance, between the Ryzen 3800x/3900x (with PBO auto OC) and Intel’s 9700k/9900k (at 5GHz).
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    I was laughing my posterior off TTM! But these are outstanding shots!
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    Ken has created a most delightful and challenging area perfectly. This is one remote are that really knocks my socks off. Great shots Dario!
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    Following the reveal at FlightSimExpo, we are happy to announce EGLC London City Airport for X-Plane 11! EGLC London City Airport is the closest airport to central London. Located in the Royal Docks in the London Borough of Newham, in between Canary Wharf and the City of London - the two most important financial districts in the country - EGLC provides important transport links between the capital and the rest of the UK as well as continential Europe. London City Airport has a single 1,500-meter (4,900 ft) long runway, and a CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flight training - but only for training necessary for the operation of aircraft at the airport. Only multi-engine, fixed-wing aircraft with special aircraft and aircrew certification to fly 5.5° approaches are allowed to conduct operations at London City Airport. The largest aircraft which can be used at the airport is the Airbus A318, which has been modified with a "steep approach function". Features: Full HD PBR representation of London City Airport and surroundings. HD textures throughout PBR groundpolygon with dry, damp and wet states. All new highly detailed PBR Ground Service Equipment and Clutter models Realistic road traffic on surrounding streets Includes the Excel building, Tate & Lyle Sugar factory and all surrounding high-rise buildings. 60cm orthoimagery blended to match TrueEarth GB South Includes realistic approach and airport lighting. Introducing all new detailed HD PBR static aircraft models Dynamic Fire & Rescue response - fire service will respond when an aircraft emergency is declared on approach. Fire trucks will deploy to your aircraft position once on the ground P3Dv4 users, don't worry. EGLC for P3D will be announced soon! EGLC London City Airport will soon be available to purchase from OrbxDirect for AUD $32.95 (approx. USD $22.95/ €20.50/ £18.20) Please note that you will require Orbx Libraries updated and installed to the latest version. Please also note that for the best experience, we recommend using EGLC in conjunction with TrueEarth GB South. The scenery will work without it, however some users may experience the following: Missing or misplaced forests Missing or misplaced buildings surrounding the airport Photoreal blending And without further ado, the screenshots!
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