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Do they work?I mean the landclass files made for FSX. Will they work in FS9?Thank youGhiom Viguie

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Why ? With superior programs like UT for FS9 there is no reason to use the horrible FSX landclass. Even the FSX a really excited user will admit that the landclass ( when it's there, since half the FSX world has no landclass ) is horrible.

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Flight One Software, in cooperation with Scenery Solutions, has created their second Flight Simulator 2004 terrain upgrade package using commercial data licensed from companies like Navteq, TeleAtlas, and DMTI Spatial, that will bring your flight experience to new heights like no other terrain scenery add-on has to date. Ultimate Terrain contains nearly every road, enhanced railroads, new night lighting environment unlike anything else on the market, corrected Oceanic coastlines, accurate landclass textures, plus much more. Jimhttp://www.hifisim.com/Active Sky V6 Development Team Active Sky V6 Proud SupporterHiFi Beta TeamRadar Contact Supporter: http://www.jdtllc.com/AirSource Member: http://www.air-source.us/FSEconomy Member:http://www.fseconomy.com/

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9I am not sure my intial question has been answered?I own FSG US Landlclass and I lie it, although I get sone glitches here and there. Will it be updated?Since I always consider that what is newer is better (everyone/everything improves with time), I wanted to kbnow whether newerly made FSX landclass (cloud9, FSGX) were compatible with FS9, before buying them eventually.Regards,Ghiom Viguie

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>9I am not sure my intial question has been answered?>I own FSG US Landlclass and I lie it, although I get sone>glitches here and there. Will it be updated?>Since I always consider that what is newer is better>(everyone/everything improves with time), I wanted to kbnow>whether newerly made FSX landclass (cloud9, FSGX) were>compatible with FS9, before buying them eventually.>Regards,>Ghiom ViguieI suggest you go over to the cloud9 forums and read all the issues people have with Xclass. If you like palm trees in Alaska and green in the middle of winter in northern latitudes, then xclass is for you.

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>Flight One Software, in cooperation with Scenery Solutions,>has created their second Flight Simulator 2004 terrain upgrade>package using commercial data licensed from companies like>Navteq, TeleAtlas, and DMTI Spatial, that will bring your>flight experience to new heights like no other terrain scenery>add-on has to date. Ultimate Terrain contains nearly every>road, enhanced railroads, new night lighting environment>unlike anything else on the market, corrected Oceanic>coastlines, accurate landclass textures, plus much more.> >Jim>>http://www.hifisim.com/>Active Sky V6 Development Team >Active Sky V6 Proud Supporter>HiFi Beta Team>Radar Contact Supporter: http://www.jdtllc.com/>AirSource Member: http://www.air-source.us/>FSEconomy Member:http://www.fseconomy.com/I'm confused, I thought UT improved the landclass, what does "accurate landclass textures" mean exactly ? Is that just better textures, or landclass, or both ?

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>9I am not sure my intial question has been answered?>I own FSG US Landlclass and I lie it, although I get sone>glitches here and there. Will it be updated?>Since I always consider that what is newer is better>(everyone/everything improves with time), I wanted to kbnow>whether newerly made FSX landclass (cloud9, FSGX) were>compatible with FS9, before buying them eventually.>Regards,>Ghiom ViguieNo, because the textures it calls are not the same in both sims, nor is the arrangement of the landclasses. There is no commonality in landclass between FS9 and FSX beyond the broadest brush strokes and both sims should be regarded as separate entities. Having said that, some products will work on both - more by happy coincidence than design. And the best bit is, if you have it installed in one sim, you do not have to install it again in the other. So you can find out quickly enough whether it works without impacting on either sim. We have already detailed how you do that that in the forums.But landclass is not one of those products. Allcott

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Hi All,Let's try and clear some stuff up!1. The default FSX landclass cannot be used in FS04 as another poster stated.2. If you purchase the FSG landclass or if you already own the FSG landclass you can use it with both sims. Justin himself has stated this many times. Or you can wait until FSG releases FSX Landclass. No, I would predict that it will not work in FS04.3. All the UT products have limited landclass. Here is a quote from the UT USA Manual:"Adds much more accurate landclass textures in metropolitan areas.Adds detailed land polygons for things like parks, golf courses, and cemeteries. The polygons will align with the road boundaries, just like you see them on high quality mapping services and GPS units."Jimhttp://www.hifisim.com/Active Sky V6 Development Team Active Sky V6 Proud SupporterHiFi Beta TeamRadar Contact Supporter: http://www.jdtllc.com/AirSource Member: http://www.air-source.us/FSEconomy Member:http://www.fseconomy.com/

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>Hi All,>>Let's try and clear some stuff up!>>1. The default FSX landclass cannot be used in FS04 as another>poster stated.>>2. If you purchase the FSG landclass or if you already own the>FSG landclass you can use it with both sims. Justin himself>has stated this many times. Or you can wait until FSG releases>FSX Landclass. No, I would predict that it will not work in>FS04.>>3. All the UT products have limited landclass. Here is a quote>from the UT USA Manual:>"Adds much more accurate landclass textures in metropolitan>areas.>>Adds detailed land polygons for things like parks, golf>courses, and cemeteries. The polygons will align with the road>boundaries, just like you see them on high quality mapping>services and GPS units.">>Jim>>http://www.hifisim.com/>Active Sky V6 Development Team >Active Sky V6 Proud Supporter>HiFi Beta Team>Radar Contact Supporter: http://www.jdtllc.com/>AirSource Member: http://www.air-source.us/>FSEconomy Member:http://www.fseconomy.com/Thanks Jim, so are there any conflicts or issues using FSG landclass with UT in FS9 ?

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