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Iain Emms

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Hi Iain,

 

Quick question......will you be able to exclude parts of the scenery for non orbx airports? I ask as we develop Heliports in the UK and want to make sure our development will be compatible with TE for P3D. We have managed to convert some of our heliports over to TE for xplane and they work great. Just making sure this will be the same in P3D? For example, EGLW ....i am guessing that you have something there already, we want to slot ours in over the top and remove the Orbx version (if that makes scene)!

 

Thank you in advance.  

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Hello,

I would imagine that the well tried and tested method of renaming the relevant

Orbx bgl files will work, as it does now.

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Nice, so what space do I need on my SSD, i mean installed and not the download. 

 

Thanks, Ben

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Hello chaps ! Awesome job  for UK ! May we have few shots about Lands End and Scilly Iles ? Thank you, best regards...

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30 minutes ago, Nick Cooper said:

Hello,

I would imagine that the well tried and tested method of renaming the relevant

Orbx bgl files will work, as it does now.

hi Nick,

 

Will that not remove the area not the airport?

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No, the airport bgl files are all named after the ICAO code, so just disabling the relevant files

will disable just the Orbx version of the airport and nothing else.

Typically for example, a customer might have another version of EGCC.

If all the Orbx files in the product, say EU England and/or TEGB with the letters EGCC in them are disabled, then the Orbx version of

Manchester Airport is gone and the other version, often UK 2000, is free to work.

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Just now, Nick Cooper said:

No, the airport bgl files are all named after the ICAO code, so just disabling the relevant files

will disable just the Orbx version of the airport and nothing else.

Typically for example, a customer might have another version of EGCC.

If all the Orbx files in the product, say EU England and/or TEGB with the letters EGCC in them are disabled, then the Orbx version of

Manchester Airport is gone and the other version is free to work.

Arrrr ok that is good to know you are keeping the same convention...thank you

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OK guys do I need to beg???

 

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE with a cherry on top

 

It is due to snow here this weekend so I have all that time at home, care to indulge me lol

 

Cant wait for release guys.

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On 1/17/2019 at 8:07 AM, Jack Sawyer said:

Excellent Iain!  I was hoping to see some P3D ones.

Wow...shots are most impressive...especially the water and shipping upon it. I hope one day to see such in XP as well!

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I couldn't agree more

20 hours ago, Colin David Hodds said:

English region is barely flyable in some places with moderate settings with FTX England . This looks brilliant just hope it will be well optimised and  some of the issuses in UK around London are improved . 

 

I fly a lot in the UK and my laptop is a beast and still has issues with the UK. Cant wait for Trueearth. So anytime you're ready guys and girls Hint Hint

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