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  1. Folks, I think we can mark this as resolved. I checked the libraries location in P3Dv5 in the settings and it was reporting the incorrect location: I:\Orbx The correct location is: I:\P3D Addons\1 Scenery Addons\Orbx I edited the location and then re-synchonised the sim and now all P3Dv5 sceneries are showing in Central. Thanks.
  2. Ran P3Dv5 and closed it. Went into Orbx Central, selected P3Dv5, selected settings/help synch sim. Green Success Bar "Your Prepar3d V5 was synchonised succesfully" But my P3Dv5 products still do not show. Here is what shows for P3Dv4.5 Here is what shows for P3dv5
  3. I have a problem with my Orbx Central. I have three simulation platforms installed on my computer, each on its own drive. P3Dv4.5 (w/Orbx sceneries directly installed in Scenery) P3Dv5 (w/Orbx sceneries installed in Scenery Library) MSFS (w/Orbx installed in community folder) My problem started when I purchased my first sceneries for MSFS through Orbx Direct. I opened Orbx Central to install the newly purchased MSFS sceneries but Central did not recognize that MSFS was installed. I searched the support forum for the problem and followed the directions in
  4. Thanks Brendan. I have set that BGL to OFF and it is OK Now. We can mark this one resolved.
  5. I seem to have a problem with Helipads in Melbourne City. A number of them appear to be free floating in the air. Screenshots below:
  6. Count me as one more Yank looking forward to Australia V2.
  7. I look forward to seeing what Orbx can accomplish with photo scenery in the Netherlands. I really like and value the seasonal transitions. One season photo does not appeal to me and I would probably hold off until I see a full five season photo scenery and how it compares to landclass based scenery. Count me as a wait and see. I am also a bit concerned about storage requirements if photo regions are the future direction for Orbx regions. Thanks for soliciting our opinions and concerns.
  8. No Bert, you are not alone. There seems to be ground texture issues in the forested areas in central Idaho. I have encountered them flying down Big Creek and Salmon river drainages where the forest cover is significant. The textures seem to morph and resolve sometimes as you get closer, but sometimes not. The blue patches almost look like water textures splotches. Screenshots below:
  9. Just finished updating my v4 Client too and all went well. One thing though, it is not P3D v4.1, Lockheed are calling it V4.0 Hotfix 1. Not a full version step. http://www.prepar3d.com/latest-news/
  10. Ahhh Ha! Mystery Solved. Thanks for clearing that up. I had your PNW ferry system in my FSX installation but did not remember to get it installed in P3D. I will do so forth with. AND Thank you for your generous gifts to our community. Installed and All is Correct I think we can mark this one as resolved.
  11. During a multiplayer flight yesterday in FTX PNW scenery Our route took us past Powell River (CYPW) Of the six participating pilots, three could see and described the Powell River Paper Mill's remarkable detail and three of us could see nothing that resembled their description. A discussion ensued as to whether the Paper Mill scenery was a third party add-on and not part of PNW but we are pretty sure it was only FTX PNW active in the area. I thought that perhaps I might have an incomplete installation of PNW so I un-installed the FTX PNW in FTX Central and then re-installed. No ch
  12. Folks, I think I can mark this one as resolved. I re-installed all of the available P3Dv4 Orbx products using Central and the "re-install from backup" option and it seems to have worked correctly. Still working my way through the region packs but everyone so far has been fine. Thanks.
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