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  1. Hi After recent update to TE Scotland North not seeing any response to the problems reported at EGEH Whalsay. Iain
  2. Hi Major problems for the airfield at Out Skerries- OUK. The island of Grunay is flat as a pancake at sea level with the airfield runway floating above. One of the most challenging landings in the UK has become a whole lot harder. Also the immediate area around EGEH Whalsay airfield is not looking too good! Iain
  3. Hi Just to avoid any confusion your Aberdeen is actually Inverness. Iain
  4. Hi Nick Yes, look out for some more very shortly. A comprehensive package of TV and Radio masts for Scotland. Iain
  5. Hi You could try this:- https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/fslib.php?searchid=58998837 Iain
  6. Hi The airfield details input for EGMF helipad has added an extra United Kingdom entry to the list of countries on the 'Go to Airport' menu. It has added United-Kingdom when all other airfields are under United Kingdom. Also the airfield data for this helipad as well as QMRI have 'State/Province' inserted when in fact this is not normally included for UK airfields. Iain
  7. Hi If the alerts are solely for the use of developers then it looks like they are not making full use of them. Just as important, if not more so, is the use of these alerts by beta testers which also does not seem to be fully happening either. How can the scenery be displaying correctly? The simulator is looking for objects and textures it can't find and they are then not being seen by the customer which effectively means the scenery and the product is incomplete. Also all the time you are flying in the area containing these missing items the simulator is constantly looking for them which must have some impact on performance surely? I experienced and reported missing library objects in the EUScotland product within weeks of it's release and now with all up to date files in place am still seeing missing objects when the relevant alert is active. The alerts are not just showing at the airport where the missing objects should be ( full details were provided ) but also at two other airfields, one a reasonable distance away, so the effect of the problem is not entirely local. Iain
  8. Hi The objects in question here are not Orbx objects as they look very much like objects I designed for a compatible addon package of Scottish airfields which is available. Best I don't say anymore as I don't think it would be appropriate but I trust the previous poster might now be able to identify where they came from. I hope so, at least. Iain
  9. Hi I now have the Iceland Demo installed to give me the latest libraries together with EU Scotland and have installed the replacement files supplied by Ed earlier today. Whilst the problem which we were told was connected to autogen does appear to be fixed and thank you for that, I still have, as reported previously three missing objects on the main apron at Dundee Airport ( Guids were given ). Hi Ron If you have the necessary entry in place in your FSX.cfg file then visit Dundee Airport. I should add that EU Scotland was my first Orbx scenery installed and I understand from contact with other customers who have earlier sceneries installed that the problem I have been highlighting is not apparent to them so it might not come up for you either. Iain
  10. Hi I, also, have three copies of the file mentioned. I however have two dated May 2013. As well as 'Global' a copy in 'Scripts\Lights\Off is dated the same. I only now have EU Scotland installed. Iain
  11. Hi I too have been patiently waiting for a new version of libraries to appear and have installed your Iceland Demo with accompanying libraries but sadly there is no improvement in the situation when flying in Scotland. As well as the problem with autogen not fully displaying we also still having missing objects at Dundee Airport as reported previously. Turning off autogen does not get rid of alerts in the case of the latter problem Iain
  12. Hi Ed Will look forward to that. Rather than confuse matters with the autogen issue I did not mention again the missing objects problem found at Dundee with the original EU Scotland install. The alerts for these objects have not disappeared by reducing the autogen level to zero, so I am guessing this is not related. Three objects with the following Guid's are reported as 'not found':- 2D968C22-8A92-4B58-9EC9-29DA3B840213 13CCA801-DE67-4759-9931-CED0D86DF025 000669C4-9AB8-4B00-A298-CEF548CE3E1D Iain
  13. Hi Ed I can confirm that by setting the autogen slider to zero the alerts disappear. This test is done with EU Scotland and your latest libraries installed and run with only the default FSX. I only have EU Scotland from Orbx. I should mention that with the original install of EU Scotland and the libraries that came with it, this particular problem was not evident. Also I do not get the problem with only FSX default running or with any other add-on scenery I might choose to run with it. Iain
  14. Hi Very surprised by the lack of concern that your latest libraries do not appear to be providing all the objects being called. I actually found on the initial install of EU Scotland ( my first and only Orbx product ), at the time of it's release, that there appeared to be three missing objects located in front of the main terminal at Dundee Airport, but decided to live with that. However the problem I am seeing, with the latest libraries, is now evident at many Scottish airfields. Iain
  15. I have installed the patch and updated Libraries to version 130927, being the latest, and now get this message when I try to move to one of your airfields, in this case Strathallan. Uploaded with ImageShack.us The same message is actually being displayed at many of your airfields. I can advise that the same situation arises when I return to using the Libraries version included with the patch. With a previous version of your Libraries installed I had no such problems anywhere in Scotland. Iain
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