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Hello

 

Not sure if this is a Orbx, P3d or FSglobal 2020 issue

 

Over northen canada I get a terrain issue as below at n7148.70  W67.07.16  

 

Can someone confirm if they are getting the same.  many thanks 

 

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I do confirm...

This is a huge whole tile!

 

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but not landable... the amphibious is floating, not on wheels

 

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Screenshots from P3Dv5 with Orbx FTX Global and OpenLC range of products (no Orbx vector in my P3D5)

 

Landclass? Vector? other?

 

If not Orbx issue, I guess it would be worth reporting it to LM Forum under Scenery Development Questions

 

Blue skies

 

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Hello,

no need to check Google Earth for that one.

Please post it on the LM forum and they will fix it.

 

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As a matter of interest, this is the same place with Vector active.

 

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@Nick

Out of this topic, do not remember how to change the colour of the information displayed on the screen (at the 4 corners)... Any indication?
 

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Please feel free to post on LM forum

 

Blue skies to both + all!

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Hello Phil,

it easier in P3D v4 and v5.

Just replace this part of the Prepar3D.cfg file:

 

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InfoUpperLeftTextColorUser=255,255,204
InfoUpperLeftTextColorNonUser=255,255,204
InfoUpperLeftBackGroundColor=0,0,0,0
InfoUpperRightTextColor=255,255,204
InfoUpperRightBackGroundColor=0,0,0,0
InfoLowerLeftTextColor=255,255,204
InfoLowerLeftBackGroundColor=0,0,0,0
InfoLowerRightTextColor=255,255,204
InfoLowerRightBackGroundColor=0,0,0,0

 

The last three numbers determine the colour, 0,0,0,0 is transparent.

This is set to cream.

You can choose your own colour using an RGB chart, such as this one.

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Thank you, Nick

Was having some (sight) hard times with the standard colour when inappropriate (colourwise) images in the background!

You made my day.

Have a good one too!

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