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I am running both the P3D v4.5 and V5. Orbx library creates different subfolders for both. Is there a way to reduce the footprint of the duplicate installs? The V5 folder holds almost 500 GB. And the V4 folder is even larger. Can the links to the simulator be designed to use the highest version folder for the products? I understand that some products are not yet ready for P3D V5 although its a tiny minority that could be installed in the P3D V4 simulator folder in order to avoid confusion. Best regards, Juha Plunt Operating system: Win10 Simulator: P3D
Receipt # 5dd0bbe5be002 I recently purchased True Earth Northern California. I did not select to install in the X-Plane directory. I also did not realize the Library was on my C: drive which only had 20GB free. The installation then terminated. The drive is still full so I need to find out how to remove the partial install so I can then reinstall in the X-plane directory. The C: drive does not have enough space for FTX Central to even load. Les
Hi there, I am about to purchase a new iMac and want to make sure i get the spec right. The plan is to get a 552 GB SSD + 8GB video card, thinking this should be ample. Once I have installed my current Mac setup this should leave about 200GB free for now. I also use a 6TB external HD for keeping bulky scenery etc. I plan to purchase some of your lovely looking american scenery for xplane, I assume the HD versions would be the same definition quality as the GB series and I love flying low so this is what I suppose I should be aiming at. However i am not 10
I have both FSX and P3D installed and want to have access to my ORBX catalogue for both. Is there a way of installing ORBX or using FTX Central to install this catalogue so that there is only one instance of the ORBX products located on the hard drive to save space rather than having two separate folders under FSX and P3D. For example, if I install my ORBX products into FSX, can I manually point P3D to the FSX folder locations? As my ORBX products take about 40Gb of hard drive space, I'd rather not have to use 80GB if there's a way around it. Much like FSDT/