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  1. I am thinking of switching to Prepar3D v4 from FSX-SE. I have a good bit of ORBX scenery, North America, Europe, Germany, England and several airports. All purchased for either FSX or FSX-SE. Even though my system is up to date and high performance I am beginning to have Out Of Memory problems. My question is this will any of my current ORBX scenery work with Prepar3D or X Plane 10 or 11?
  2. Tinkered some more with the paint.
  3. Hi Folks, very quick question. I've flown FSX & FSX-SE for many years and have lots of Orbx Addons. Do I have to pay again if I change to P3D to use my Orbx products. Can I just install FTX Central with the new sim and use all the scenery and airports I already have on FSX ?? Thanks
  4. The complete Island 'San Juan' better known as the Friday Harbour-Island is of incredible detail all over this place and many airstrips are to descover:
  5. As I have next to regular FSX and P3Dv2 installed the Steam Edition of FSX, I downloaded yesterday the first SE-expansion made by the Orbx-FTX team. The complete SanJuan Island in 60cm per pixel and the main airport KFHR in 15cm per pixel definition, and it is a real beauty to fly in and over:
  6. Enjoying some speed over Norway. FSX-Steam Ed - DX9 - SHADE - SweetFX
  7. Not really the TOD or conditions to be up in the Moth, but fortunately its not real Following the coast into Dorset.
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