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  1. We have several options for you at Misty's Flying Club!! It's part of Return to Misty Moorings. Stop by and check it out. http://www.mistymooringsflyingclub.com/ http://return.mistymoorings.com/ Brad
  2. Make a copy of your Prepar3D.cfg file and save it somewhere just in case. Rename the Prepar3D.cfg file left inside your Users\Your Name\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\ folder to Prepar3Dold.cfg, OldPrepar3D.cfg, etc. Restart your Prepar3D program and it will rebuild a fresh Prepar3D configuration file. You'll then need to go in and choose settings options for graphics, etc. Especially things like resolution, autogen, lighting, etc. Might be a good idea to try less details first then increase one at a time and test to see how that might impact performance. You should have a smoother running simulation again. Brad
  3. First, you have to have ORBX Australia installed in it's entirety to be able to get the OZx addon scenery to have it's proper base. So get that first. OZx's previous home has been hacked and is unusable. However, thanks to the team here at ORBX and the OZx owners who've kept the files alive, Craig Hanley, Trevor and Flukey, it lives on here on the ORBX forums. Go to the Community Scenery Addons forum and then look for the various OZx base sceneries and libraries first. Install those completely in order first. Craig has a great step by step descriptive list that will make sure you install OZx in it's base form first. After you have ORBX Australia and OZx all set up, then you can expand your collection to add the great barrier reef scenery I show in these images. As well as Ants Aussie Airports, Flukey's extensive collection of OZx airports and many other separate files that can take up some time to get all installed and set up but man is it worth it. I've been enjoying the various OZx collections since day one and highly recommend this freeware that helps bring Australia to life. Brad
  4. Glad to see you're developing for ORBX Richard since those reefs are your creations I believe. Hoping that we see more of this kind of reef detail in AU v2??!! Brad
  5. In anticipation of the upcoming release of the new Australia, I still use OZx scenery and other enhancements for Australia. While flying from ORBX Australia Rockhampton airport out to Lady Elliott Island, I flew over these exquisite coral reef representations. Passing over Tern Island, One Tree Island, Lady Musgrave Island and various other coral formations along the reef all the way out to Lady Elliott Island. (Ant's Aussie Airports complete collection). The scenery is Lady Musgrave Island and that includes quite a few of these reefs using photoreal scenery. (https://wwvecscen.blogspot.com/2015/05/lady-musgrave.html) Hope it's okay to post these here and looking forward to seeing the reef from ORBX someday soon. Until the new Australia comes out, this can be found online. Brad
  6. Please let me know if I can help in any way.
  7. I didn't think you were criticizing as much as asking for some assistance actually. That's why I offered to help. I just want to find out what seems to be so difficult with our scenery installation. I've never seen it as that troublesome I guess.
  8. As I mentioned to Jack, please let me know if I can assist you with the process. Send me a PM and let me know what you need help with. Brad
  9. Hi Jack, It really doesn't take that much effort. You'll download the object libraries first. Unzip those and add the objects folders to your sim's addon scenery like other files you've probably downloaded elsewhere. That should take you all of about 15 minutes. The object libraries will add effects, scenery and texture files that enable the objects to display properly. If you take the time to read the instructions that are included for those, you'll not have any issues at all. We even offer an object library tester scenery that can verify that you've installed the object files correctly. Once those are installed and activated, the rest of your effort is to browse our "Scenery" page, find and download a file that interests you, unzip it, add it to your "Addon Scenery" library inside the sim. You just need to make sure it stay's above any ORBX entries using the "Library Insertion Tool" ORBX provides in FTX Central. Please reach out to me directly and I'll be happy to work with you to get you all squared away. Send me a PM and I'll reply ASAP.
  10. Can you please explain to me what's so difficult about the installation process at RTMM? You unzip the files, you add them into your simulator library and then activate them. So, you have to take the time to do that, I get it, that's a lot to ask for something that's FREE!!!! Just to clarify, if we had the resources $$$ to invest the time and effort to give you all a nice "Give me all of it now" utility, I'd still be against it!! Sorry, but we want you to take your time and enjoy the locations we have available at a leisurely pace. Where you take off from one location nearby and go out to discover the new scenery you just added to your RTMM library. Then, you check out another place you like at RTMM and repeat the process, building up your collection that way. If you want some "All in one" locations at RTMM, install our object libraries first, then go to our scenery page and download "Barnstormers", "Hollis Harbor", "Halibut Cove", "Owikeno Lake" and "CIRP". Start with those. They offer a nice large collection of places to see in a compact download and you can spend the next six months or so trying to see all the different things to see. Oh and don't forget we have a changing seasons utility available that can work alongside the ORBX Region season changes. And these are given to you, if you want them, for nothing but the time it took to create them. So, I hope you can invest a little of your time and discover what we offer to the community. And if you need any assistance along the way, you can stop by our friendly and active forums where we'll be happy to help you get things set up and running. Brad
  11. Herring Bay Cannery and Seaplane Base (Version 2) I've created an entirely new design for Herring Bay Cannery and Seaplane Base. This version 2 edition only works with an installation of the ORBX PAKT Ketchikan payware airport!!! Version 2 sits inside the payware airports Ketchikan photo-real area and is adjusted to mesh with that scenery. You'll need to have Pacific Fjords region installed as well as the payware PAKT airport for this to work for you. The team at RTMM worked on the original edition of Herring Bay Cannery (Version 1) and that works just fine within the default Pacific Fjords Ketchikan area and does NOT require the PAKT payware airport. So make sure you choose which version is right for you. Version 2 has new objects, placements, seasonal trees and other enhancements to give the location an all new look and feel. I hope you like it. Enjoy this photo tour. Herring Bay Roadway Viewpoint Fall Colors at the Seaplane Base Cannery Loading Dock Side Unloading their catch Bald Eagles looking for a free meal Sunset arrives at Herring Bay Seaside Boat Rentals Taildragger Diner Dockside Dining Herring Bay Sunset Stop by http://return.mistymoorings.com to check out what's been happening at "Misty's Place" lately. We've been busy doing some much needed freshening up and brushing off the dust on some of the old stuff for 2019. Brad
  12. I'm so excited by the news that Orlando CityScene by ORBX is on the horizon. I have called "The City Beautiful" my home since 1989 when I moved here to start working for "The Mouse". I know the icons and POI's extensively so I thought I'd notate some on some screen images that were shared with us here. Just my own observations if people are interested but this is going to be a very nice city to add to your collection. The accuracy being depicted here is stunning. I've spent some time in the air working on my Private Pilot Certificate at KORL and I could assist with any last minute help on accuracy if necessary. For example, I don't see the ICON Orlando Ferris Wheel in the images but have notated where it's located at and there are two high rise buildings that are out of place. Image looking East towards the International Airport. The Road network details are impressive. Downtown Orlando Downtown Orlando Mall of Millenia Area Disney Springs Area Lockheed/Martin Fly-Over Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World My Home Can't wait to see this!
  13. I'm so excited by the news that Orlando CityScene by ORBX is on the horizon. I have called "The City Beautiful" my home since 1989 when I moved here to start working for "The Mouse". I know the icons and POI's extensively so I thought I'd notate some on some screen images that were shared with us here. Just my own observations if people are interested but this is going to be a very nice city to add to your collection. The accuracy being depicted here is stunning. I've spent some time in the air working on my Private Pilot Certificate at KORL and I could assist with any last minute help on accuracy if necessary. For example, I don't see the ICON Orlando Ferris Wheel in the images but have notated where it's located at and there are two high rise buildings that are out of place. Image looking East towards the International Airport. The Road network details are stunning. Downtown Orlando Downtown Orlando Mall of Millenia Area Disney Springs Area Lockheed/Martin Fly-Over Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World My Home Can't wait to see this!
  14. What Alaska Airports are you talking about? I don't recall where this was announced. Brad
  15. I've been living and working in Orlando now for over 30 years so I eagerly await the Orlando scenery for "The City Beautiful". The official slogan of our city btw. I can easily point out a lot of landmarks from those early shots. And of course I hope to be able to see my home residence rooftop!! It's actually not very far north of the images shared. I can just make out my company office as well. Can't wait to see this up close. Brad
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