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  1. Hello Devs and Orbx friends, I was wondering if anyone here has seen the giant cargo ship at the west end of the airport sitting across Connaught Bridge. I don't know if it's an Orbx issue or not. I think it's most likely some library issue on my end but just hoping someone here has run into the same issue and offer a solution. Thanks for any feedback. I only have purchased EGLC (Transaction ID: 5e8785174b009), and not TEGB South so that might be an issue. Attached are picture, Log.txt and Scenery.ini Log.txt scenery_packs.ini
  2. Just "snaps", but just the same it is amazing to me, what the Orbx magicians put into their scenery. We miss a lot by flying over it Cheers Pete
  3. Hello Is it possible to rectify the stand markings? There are two stands marked '2', and no stand marked '3'? with thanks
  4. Hello, Can anybody tell me why the water's edges look like the tide has gone out? Xplane 11.41, Orbx EGLC, traffic global xplane11, Is this because I haven't purchased the TE GB South? Or is there a work around? Thanks
  5. Hi, Forgive me if this is covered elsewhere....can somebody tell me how to correct sunken ground vehicles?
  6. Hello, Can anybody suggest a fix for this tow tug at EGLC, which seems to have sunk? I have x-plane 11 11.41 with EGLC Orbx. As a recent convert to x-plane from fsx, apologies if I'm missing something obvious....? Thanks in anticipation. (order no 5dac4cbcad1b0)
  7. Hello there, I`m new to this forum and to Orbx for XP11. Just bought the London City Scenery and noticed the Runway Edge lights are "under the Earth" The Light it self is weak to recognize at night. At daylight there are no Components of the Runway Edge lightning system shown. regards, Tome346
  8. Hi, I have an issue with the ground texture as you can see at the photo below. I have Orbx base + Europe + vector. don't have trueEarth great britain I didn't find any same issue in the forum so I will be grateful for some help. Ido
  9. Now I am close enough to home to quickly finish my end-of-winter northern Europe tour and get back from London City. You can see that some objects keep sinking in EGLC - this issue was observed by other pilots before. No worries, we can keep moving... ... climb out eastbound over the River Thames... ... with a low altitude restriction. It does not take long to get over to Amsterdam... ... and to Germany. Over Porta Westfalica... ... and on final to Hanover. Did it! The short way to the city goes via the Karl-Jatho-Terminal. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Jatho
  10. In order not to stop learning, I used the current sale and purchased the DA62 with G1000. And I have zero experience to use this G1000... At least I do have some experience at the airport of East Midlands, having travelled often enough from there... ... on the way from office to office. Looking sharp. Birmingham is the alternative airport for travels to Nottingham. Milton Keynes. Didn´t they build the lovely litte Aston Martins down there? Arriving in the performance grave #3: London. (I call Seattle and Barcelona the other two.) The only significant industry that is left in England, so-called "financial industry". Optimizing their Excel sheets and algorithms. My setting shows big waves when I come close to water surfaces. Which means London City airport confuses me a bit. And the ILS is a real challenge with this steep angle! But now I am ready to explore the bars around. Virtually, as this happens to be these days... Sorry for using repeating perspectives. That just shows how much I struggled with use of the plane .
  11. Dear Sir, Dear Sir, I have uninstalled and re-installed EGLC & EGNM several times but the problems still persist with these 2 airports! In fact EGNM is simply default and not the very pretty airport depicted in your photos! As for London City...well that's just one big mess!
  12. At default EGLC I'm getting these mesh glitches (which can be removed only by flattening the airport). Especially the second one, if you get it fast it can send you to the moon. Thanks.
  13. Frame rate still crippling with TE, but when you're just walking around it ain't so much of a problem. This is simply gorgeous - a wonderful piece of work. And I'm sure it will be even more impressive after my next CPU upgrade, whenever that'll be (probably at least another generation or two away). Meantime, I can always use XP when I want to actually fly. Not much else to say about the pix. Just a wonderful place to explore on foot, early in the morning (I can do early in the sim, but not in RL) Love this sort of thing - excellent! Jiving broom guy is up early, too That could take a while Doing a bit of Tai-Chi Still at it I put this 'plane in just to remind you that this isn't actually real! Getting hard to believe the quality of some of these products - stunning stuff, Orbx.
  14. Hello , I have Elevation Problems on OrbX EGLC, but it seems only with the AI Traffic. I use AIG AI Manager as Traffic Tool. In the OrbX Forum there are many Simmers with the same Problem, but till now i dont find an Solution. Reinstallation already done. With the Simple Airport Scanner i found for EGLC the following Entrys : ORBX\FTX_EU\FTX_AA_EGLC\Scenery\EGLC_ADEP4_TRB.bgl ORBX\FTX_EU_ENG_05_SCENERY\Scenery\ADE_FTX_ENG_EGLC.bgl P3Dv4\Scenery\World\scenery\EGLC_ADEP4_TRB_ALT.bgl Is this allright ? Thanks Michael
  15. In XP this time, and in scruffy James Bond mode It was around here I lost it. I was trying to get round and land in Piccadilly Circus to see the Orbx sign but this is not an easy beast to control. And my saved flights didn't help - they seem to load up in angry bee mode and send you off spinning all over the place. Never mind, plenty of time to practise.
  16. This is airport is magic for so many reasons... Truly a masterpiece.
  17. 5d682319a2ff5. FTC central says no files to download when I click on product owned. Seems others have this issue too. I have a ton of your sceneries and never had a problem.., keep me updated on a fix please. looks great! Chuck Operating system: Simulator: Screenshot: Issue:
  18. It's all about the location. We are delighted to announce that London City Airport is coming to life for Prepar3Dv4! Located a stone's throw away from Canary Wharf and the financial heart of the city, London City Airport is one of the last remaining true inner-city airfields. With one of the the most exciting approaches in Great Britain, flying into EGLC takes you over the iconic centre of downtown London. Servicing destinations across the UK, Europe, and until recently (and rather famously), New York via Shannon, the airfield hosts a bevy of airline and corporate types up to A318 in size. The short and narrow runway, coupled with the dramatic 5.5° approach and congested airspace, demands the complete attention of all pilots. So much so that all aircrew must be specially certified to fly in and out of the airport. From early proof-of-concept flights of Dash-7s landing on Heron Quays in the early 80s, the airport seen tremendous growth in recent years, with over 4 millions annual passengers passing through the terminal. The Turbulent team have brought something a little special for this project; London City is the first complete PBR airport for P3Dv4. Combining the latest P3D PBR technology, alongside other advanced features such as material scripting, EGLC brings this famous location to life in amazing detail. Perfect for a city infamous for it's weather, London City Airport features dynamic ground textures that react to rain and other adverse conditions. Designed to blend seamlessly with TrueEarth Great Britain South, the airport's coverage includes many important short-finals landmarks such as the Tate & Lyle Sugar Factory and ExCeL Exhibition centre. Of course, we have ensured that the product also works (though not seasonally blended) with Global Base or Orbx EU England (LC Region) if this better suits your simming experience. Be sure to keep an eye out for more screenshots and information of this exciting destination over the coming days! COVERAGE AT A GLANCE The first complete PBR airport for Prepar3Dv4! Immaculate HD textures throughout Dynamic PBR groundpoly that reacts to weather and time of day Incredibly detailed GSE and static aircraft Coverage area includes major landmarks on short finals 60cm PR colour-matched to TrueEarth Great Britain South Beautiful dynamic lighting Designed to blend best with TrueEarth Great Britain South, also works with Orbx Global Base or FTX England Developed by the Turbulent Design team
  19. It's all about the location. London City Airport comes to life for Prepar3Dv4! Located a stone's throw away from Canary Wharf and the financial heart of the city, London City Airport is one of the last remaining true inner-city airfields. With one of the the most exciting approaches in Great Britain, flying into EGLC takes you over the iconic centre of downtown London. Servicing destinations across the UK, Europe, and until recently (and rather famously), New York via Shannon, the airfield hosts a bevy of airline and corporate types up to A318 in size. The short and narrow runway, coupled with the dramatic 5.5° approach and congested airspace, demands the complete attention of all pilots. So much so that all aircrew must be specially certified to fly in and out of the airport. From early proof-of-concept flights of Dash-7s landing on Heron Quays in the early 80s, the airport seen tremendous growth in recent years, with over 4 millions annual passengers passing through the terminal. London City is the first complete PBR airport for P3Dv4. Combining the latest P3D PBR technology, alongside other advanced features such as material scripting, EGLC brings this famous location to life in amazing detail. Perfect for a city infamous for it's weather, London City Airport features dynamic ground textures that react to rain and other adverse conditions. Designed to blend seamlessly with *TrueEarth Great Britain South, the airport's coverage includes many important short-finals landmarks such as the Tate & Lyle Sugar Factory and ExCeL Exhibition centre. Of course, we have ensured that the product also works (though not seasonally blended) with Global Base or Orbx EU England (LC Region) if this better suits your simming experience. *Note: a patch for TrueEarth GB South is currently in the works to improve general performance in the London area. AT A GLANCE The first complete PBR airport for Prepar3Dv4! Immaculate HD textures throughout Dynamic PBR groundpoly that reacts to weather and time of day Incredibly detailed GSE and static aircraft Coverage area includes major landmarks on short finals 60cm PR colour-matched to TrueEarth Great Britain South Beautiful dynamic lighting Designed to blend best with TrueEarth Great Britain South, also works with Orbx Global Base or FTX England Developed by the Turbulent Design team EGLC London City Airport for Prepar3Dv4 is now available to purchase from OrbxDirect for AUD$32.95 (approx. US$22 / €20.10 / £18.10) EGLC London City Airport will only be available to download from Orbx Central.
  20. This video is a VFR P3D4 flight of a simulated Eurocopter. The flight departs from Gatwick airport, (EKGG), and arrives at London City Airport, (EGLC), in England,Great Britian. I am retired and a hobby flight simulator enthusiast user name Polymerman. I would be pleased for viewers to subscribe to my OVER YOUR HEAD PRODUCTIONS channel for new releases at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu_zeEUvH6_33EI0tuBTfRw. This is a non-commercial hobby YouTube channel. This channel enables me to have a year round fun hobby and share it with others of similar interests. The following credits are from my elder memory so please forgive me if I leave some out. Please post a comment and I’ll try and update this area if possible: P3D4, Lockheed Martin, Orbx Simulation Systems sceneries including True Earth Great Britain South, Internal Workings VOX-ATC, HiFi Active Sky for P3D4, and Active Sky Cloud Art, EZDOK EZCA V3. A special thank you goes to: 1. John Martin aka downunda “vadriver" for the recommendation of the VOX-ATC app. 2. Alexander Barthel for his Little Navmap (https://www.littlenavmap.org), a free open source flight planner, navigation tool, moving map, airport search and airport information system for Flight Simulator X, Prepar3D and X-Plane. 3. Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), a free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. Download and start streaming quickly and easily on Windows, Mac or Linux.(https://obsproject.com/)
  21. Hi, gents, See that very surrealistic thing : FTX Global after Vector 1.1 A Royal Navy Samsom aircraft took off from London City Airport (EGLC) for an inspection of the runway 10 final path. But in the heart of the City, pilots saw something unusual: a parked cargo ship in front of the buildings! I'm not complaining about anything, so I posted here - it's very funny! LoL Cheers, Sinesio
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