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About MotoDave

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  1. Thank you. I've done that already. Symbolic Links usage escapes my logic window. Perhaps someone can post the correct command to enable and the correct command to reverse it.
  2. Windows 7 64 bit control panel displaying 2 installations of Orbx Central... 4 0 39 4 1 34
  3. I've been unable to install products away from the root, so please post some HDD size requirements. Perhaps in the future someone clever can figure out how to install Orbx products out of the FSX root. I'd like to buy more Orbx but don't have the HDD room.
  4. Just refreshed and verified all of my Orbx scenery, including South America LC. I followed Nick Coopers procedure, first things to try. These shots are slightly North of SCGZ, but there are many issues like this through Chile.
  5. I'm not from the UK so I won't comment on fidelity, however I personally enjoy Ireland very much. I don't care all that much about mesh unless it interferes with airport altitude. I find Ireland flying relaxing.
  6. Every little improvement in Orbx land is appreciated in these difficult times. Thanks to the Orbx crew.
  7. A most excellent question given the recent USA updates. I have found zero information.
  8. Not sure where to post this question, so move it if needed please. I already have Open LC Africa, do I need this freeware? I have many beautiful free airports that blend in very well with Orbx land class and the current mesh (whatever it is). I wonder what this download (the mesh) will do to these free airports. I would hope a functioning uninstall routine comes with this download. - Open LC Africa owners should download this for photo real? - Mesh could possibly render free airports unusable? Thanks.
  9. This is all I could find on my computer. _FTX Global Freeware Airports.txt
  10. I still ride the FSX/A band wagon, never liked FS9, never tried Prepar3D (although I like some of the visuals I've seen). I don't pay much attention, but it seems like Prepar3D users are always having to upgrade to the latest iteration. I don't know that for a fact, though. Still drive a 2008 Toyota with less than 50,000 miles on it. Don't get me started on my old 65' Mustang that I wish I still had, or my bug eye Sprite with a roll bar.
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