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Tony Wroblewski

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  1. Yes it's compatible, I'm on a Mac also and Florida works here. Can you post your log and a screenshot of what the error message is?
  2. At the moment it's not possible since neither X-Plane or P3D will let us do this. Of course if that changes, then we can review it
  3. This is somewhat a limitation of XP in that XP's mesh is fixed in stone and doesn't increase or decrease in quality as you approach it like it does in P3D. Think of it as a fixed 3D model compared to P3D that draws it on the fly. The downside is that if the entire mesh was at maximum detail it would reduce your framerate to 1fps or worse, so it's a compromise that the mesh is higher detail around airports and the coastline and reduces in other areas so that it's usable. It's unfortunate, but this is just a current platform limitation we have to live with on XP
  4. TrueEarth Balearics is higher resolution than the HD version (let's call it UHD). It's approx. 60cm/px imagery with a higher definition mesh. Because it's a smaller area, the detail on the ground and mesh is higher as it doesn't upset performance as much as it would over a big area. The HD areas for TrueEarth are approximately 1m/px, which offers good detail and is perfect for low-and-slow flying over much larger areas. The SD version is around 2m/px, and is better suited for flying about 4000ft (such as airline pilots).
  5. Once I get permission from Aerosoft I'll see if I can distribute a modified DSF file to add exclusions and fix the ortho issue
  6. @benweston Technically you could delete the orthos yourself from the package using WED (https://developer.x-plane.com/tools/worldeditor/) since it seems the package provides the .WED file with it. You can open up the airport in WED, select the orthos folder and delete it. But you'd lose the orthos completely then. The best bet as I posted above is for us to work with Aerosoft to get a solution. If Aerosoft give me permission then I can distribute a fix here.
  7. Sounds like it's missing exclusions and it's not something I can fix without the help of Aerosoft because I'm not allowed to modify their airport packages. I'll get in touch with them to see what we can do.
  8. You should disable the ortho package for any 3rd party airports you install, and normally they'll be seperate packages anyway. As for scenery order, make sure the 3rd party airport is above our airport package so that you get their airport and not the default one.
  9. It's ZL18, so that's basically UHD (60cm/px), one step up from a normal HD versions.. There is no HD or SD version. It's a small region, hence the reduced price. However, this product is not just orthoimagery but gives much more compared to what others who have orthos provide: Accurately placed and themed autogen. Each building is categorised and given the correct height as well Accurate vegetation, again as above, each tree is categorised and given a height based on accurate data Lots of POIs around the island, e.g. hotel complexes, historical buildings.
  10. I don't think you'll have anything to worry about... Also, plenty of videos out there now showing users flying over densely populated areas
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