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I don't know at he moment. We'll look at them later. Very busy this week :) Ok sounds good. In the meantime, do you know what the best method of porting them over would be? Is it as simple as copying the folder from FSX, pasting it in P3D, and adding it to the library? Or is there more to it than t...
I know people have these sceneries working in P3d already, but are there any plans to make P3D installers for BUF, MDW, and BOS? Sorry if this has been answered already.
I agree. There are still plenty of Class B airports that need attention in FSX/P3D like KEWR, KATL, KPIT, KSLC, KDCA, and KBWI just to name a few.ywg256 wrote:That airport is best for the people at orbx to work on. I would bet all my possessions you will not see FT do that airport.
- Sat Dec 20, 2014 12:58 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Landclass vs. mesh
- Replies: 4
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Good night everyone, Could youj tell me please what is the difference between landclaass and mesh. Are they both needed inorder to have FS to run or just one of them is sufficient. With kindest regards, Theo Just for completeness, there is also vector data that defines coast lines, roads, bridges, ...
Hi, I also would be highly appreciative if FT could make their scenery DX10 compatible, especially now Steve's Fixer works soo well on most other airports. Only FT's aiports are a showstopper for me right now to continually use DX10 mode. And with the fix applied, most of the problems at the airpor...
Scenery Addons' BGL files shouldn't need recompiling at all if a 64bit FS version comes out. BGL files are not 32bit or 64bit "code", they are just 3D Data files. Its like a TEXT file, HTML page or Word Document. The file format doesn't become 64Bit, only app that deal with the files. If they chang...
- Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:08 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Scenarios for x-Plane 10
- Replies: 3
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What kind of question is that? Why do you think? Many companies are expanding out to X-Plane now since they're the only 64-bit platform out there and the future of FSX/P3D is uncertain at the moment.bluepanorama wrote:Why?
Awesome, and the airports you listed in your first post are the only ones with IK-Jet?martin[flytampa] wrote:IK-Jet means Inverse-Kinematics which is what FSX/P3D use by default. So IK-Jet means the Jetways that move with Shift-J and require no other Addon.
Some have IK-Jet option, Vienna 2.5, TNCM 1.7, Copenhagen. I'm sorry Martin, what does the IK-Jet option mean? I don't see anything about it in the manual. I'm just getting around to setting up AES since my last format. I use GSX if the scenery already has movable jetways, and AES if it doesn't. I'...
- Sun Nov 02, 2014 11:23 am
- Forum: FlyTampa-Copenhagen
- Topic: Simply amazing! But...
- Replies: 13
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Hey guys, thank you so much for this amazing scenery.. been waiting for this since I started playing 12 years ago (yes im from denmark and live in Ørestaden just a few miles off the airport) Cant explain enough how happy I am. But as I feared takeoffs/landings is performed from the wrong runways, p...