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  1. Never mind, I deleted my %temp% files and it seems to have given up on updating FSX. Apparently job-cache.json was telling Central what to do(?). Anyway now Central works normally recognizing P3D v4 only, it just updated my Orbxlibs to v19.7.0 so it appears all is well now. We can mark this resolved, thanks. Jim
  2. My primary sim is P3D v4 but I also have an old installation of FSXA (Gold) installed with some Orbx products from the good ole FSS days and even some ancient dev copies of a few products from my days as a developer/beta tester here. Couple weeks ago Orbx Central detected that FTX Global, 65S Bonners Ferry, and FTX NRM needed updates in FSX. I have "manual downloads" for 65S and Global which I used to install these into P3D v4 successfully so there's really no need to consume several Gb of bandwidth on yours and my end downloading these superfluous updates (I know Orbx Central has no way of kn
  3. Thanks Holger, appreciate the insight and of course that all makes perfect sense. Hope all's well! Jim
  4. I don't recognize ABP_65S.bgl and it doesn't exist in any of my sim installations, is that something supplied by Vector?
  5. The entire state of Idaho is covered by NRM and CRM so it's fully within the full fat areas already.
  6. When you see a cool flight in progress on flightaware and you immediately fire up the sim and "race" them to their destinations
  7. I remember when some dude that went by Koorby wrote a tutorial on how to use LWMViewer2 to make a "VOZplug". Well, I made an "IDAplug" and turned half my home state into something recognizable, lol. Felt like I'd been totally set free armed with that knowledge! Progressed a small amount since then but that's basically what started it all for me. Thanks!
  8. That sounds logical Neil, understood. Thanks a million for the ones you guys have already done so far, they really add a lot to the FS experience!
  9. Has Ogden KOGD ever been suggested? Would that be doable? I've been following this Piper Meridian around on flightaware with my JetProp for 6 months, he's based out of Ogden and it could really use the FTXG treatment. Thanks for your consideration. Jim
  10. I've been using FlashGet, I can't find where it has the capability of scheduling a download though but what I've done is set it all up with the link to the file and where I want it to be saved, close it, and then use the Windows task scheduler to start it again at 2:05 AM or something. When FlashGet starts up it automatically goes straight to downloading and then it just sits there on the desktop after it's finished until I wake up and close it. Task scheduler is in Programs > Accessories > System tools (on Win7), then when you start it you'll see "Create basic task" on the u
  11. I had the HughesNet Gen4 service installed last May and I'm completely pleased with it. I just have the cheapie slowpoke plan, it's $50-ish bucks a month. I get about 1.7 Mb/sec pretty consistently, I just looked at my download manager's logs and I downloaded FTX global for example in 46 minutes. For $10 bucks more a month they'll double the speed but I'm cheap and I can live with 46 minutes without too much trauma, lol. Well, hope everything goes OK with KFHR for you, have a great flight!
  12. I had the HughesNet Gen4 service installed last May and I'm completely pleased with it. I just have the cheapie slowpoke plan, it's $50-ish bucks a month. I get about 1.7 Mb/sec pretty consistently, I just looked at my download manager's logs and I downloaded FTX global for example in 46 minutes. For $10 bucks more a month they'll double the speed but I'm cheap and I can live with 46 minutes without too much trauma, lol. Well, hope everything goes OK with KFHR for you, have a great flight!
  13. If you're on satellite you probably have an off-peak data allowance, no? Mine's between 2 and 8 AM and I get 50 Gb per month to burn through during those hours every night without it affecting my anytime data allowance. I could nearly download the entire Orbx catalog monthly without ever exceeding my bandwidth allotment! I usually get up about 5:00 so I have 3 hrs to get all my downloading done, or just generally run amok on the internet without any alarm clock heroics.
  14. No recipe needed but you haven't lived until you've tried chopped fresh cilantro on a BLT!
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