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  1. Thanks for sharing John, this is once again awesome scenery, it looks really stunning and will be a day one purchase for me. I have a question about global autogen for X-Plane, are there still plans to work on this? I read about it and I think the last comment was that it proved to be more difficult than anticipated. Reason I'm asking is because default autogen is so much different from TE scenery that it's not easy on the eyes most of the time (hope that's put politically correct enough ;-) ). Thanks again for all these awesome products!
  2. I started with a ZX Spectrum+ and MSX1... What FS have I missed on the Sinclair?
  3. Thanks, I figured it would be a bundle of different sceneries for the same platform. Never thought about cross-platform :-) I only use XP11 though :-)
  4. There's a bundling deal going Jack. What's the bundling deal exactly? Just to make sure I'm not missing anything Great shots @Jack Sawyer
  5. 747: ALWAYS +1 Lufthansa: +1 Evening shots: +1
  6. See https://www.turbulentdesigns.co.uk/product-category/products/ for your answer
  7. Hello community, I am using X-Plane 11 on Linux (Ubuntu 18.04LTS). My current specs are as follows: Core i5-6600 CPU @ 3.30 GHz 8 GB memory (2x 4 GB Kingston 2133 MHz) 512 GB Intel SSD Nvidia Geforce 780Ti 3 GB I have some payware airports and just discovered Orbx Central. Installed a few freeware airports as well for now. I have experimented with Ortho4XP and some other ortho scenery but found that 8 GB is not quite cutting it. CPU usage is around 200-250% spread over the 4 threads. What I would like to ask: I'm thinking about upgrading my memory to 16 GB or even 32 GB. Would that make sense looking at my specs and the wish to have more ortho scenery or GB TE for example? Thank you!
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