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About larryisenor

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  1. I think the problem is that the power lines are added as a vector element so all the poles in an area are the same. The decision was made to use the alternate poles in South Florida because the large towers do not work very well in the Keys. Larry
  2. Hi Edward: Here is a photo of the power lines north of Turkey Point: The power poles in the south part of Florida are single pole towers. When we were testing some of the tester said these are more common in South Florida. If you cannot see them verify your Orbx Libraries and True Earth US Libraries. I have my Scenery Complexity set to Extremely Dense and Autogen trees and buildings set to Very Dense. Larry
  3. True Earth completely replaces objects with a new set based on the photoreal terrain. Where tanks and power lines show on the terrain they have been included. All previous sceneries have been disabled. Larry
  4. Hi Jose: All the airports you mention are flat so that is not the problem. I am hoping someone else may have a suggestion. As for SODE it is not used in any of the airports. Larry
  5. The airports are designed to match the mesh so if you disable it you will get trenches and plateauing. The mesh is quite accurate and a lot of the airports look bad with the default mesh. Larry
  6. It should be there. Perhaps try doing a verify on the install. The keys look great with the TE watermasking. Larry
  7. TE Florida will overwrite Orlando Cityscape. Both use photoreal textures and the result is similar, although I think the water masks are better in TE Florida. Larry
  8. I think a small high powered plane may be worse. I hadn't really noticed the bounce before but I get a slight one on the Mooney. I think there is a slight roughness to the runways which is a feature of P3D. I am usually trying to keep the plane straight so it didn't notice it before. Braking definitely causes more bounce than the runway. Maybe someone else has an idea how to fix this. Larry
  9. I am getting a slight bounce with the F35 on both runways and the taxiways, Almost none with the Mooney on the runway and none on the taxiways. I usually get a bit of movement at most airports. I checked a couple of other airports. I think it may be related to the plane being used. Not sure if it is an airport specific issue. What plane were you using? Could you check other planes and other airports. I can't see anything at the airport that would cause it as the layout is similar to other airports. Larry
  10. Trees are changing to fall colours. If you move the date before Sept 1 they will be green. Only happens in north half of state. Larry
  11. The KMCO in Cityscape is not in True Earth Florida but a new version has been done with revised parking and taxiways to match the underlying photoreal terrain. The parking matches current Jeppesen charts. I think the water masks around the airport are very good and the version in True Earth is on par with the Cityscape Version. I can't comment on compatibility with 3rd party airports although some of the beta testers seemed to think they would work (perhaps with the area around the airports disabled. I am sure that once True Earth has been available for a while most of the 3rd party airports
  12. Hi Stephan: All the currently active airports were upgraded to a similar standard to the airports in the regions. A number of airports that have been deactivated/abandoned were also upgraded if they were still visible on the Photoreal scenery. These airport use generic hangers and include parked aircraft and some vehicles/clutter/and people. The photos by Rod show the quality of all the airports in Florida. Also in the Miami area one of my favorites is Miami Homestead. Larry
  13. Hi Don: Click on the little tool sproket, Then on Libraries, and Create New Library. It will let you put it wherever you want. When you install something from Central it will let you pick the library to install to. It is also possible to move scenery into libraries although it takes almost as long as the original install ( I think some files are downloaded from Central. Nick has just sent pictures of the site. Larry
  14. Whidbey would be a nice addition to the Pacific Northwest. Especially with a carrier in the area. Larry
  15. Hi Manuel: If your airports are placed above the Germany Scenery in your scenery library and the developers included proper excludes they should work fine. Larry
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