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  1. Hi guys, I have a problem I can't fix. I have FTX PNW and I was trying to install a bunch of additional sceneries to go with it, using the compatibility guide here in the forum. At one point I stupidly installed Vacnouver+ only to realize that I don't have the updated FSX version, which doesn't even seem is available any longer. So I uninstalled Vancouver+. But now I have double coastlines all over the Seattle area. Looks like default coastlines interfering with the FTX stuff. I suspect that the Vancouver+ routine reactivated some files that FTX PNW had disabled and now I have a m
  2. Probably a dumb question, but having just bought Pacific Northwest, I'm wondering how much of a difference Vancouver+ would make. Obviously there's a ton of city/airport and other improvements, but I'm more interested in natural scenery than man-made scenery, so I'm curious to know how much the surrounding landscapes are enhanced. I have relatives living near Vancouver and I'll be visiting in a few months time, so I'm keen to fly around the area to familiarise myself with it first. I'll probably buy Vancouver+ anyway, but I'd just like to get a bit more info about it before I do. While I'm
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