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if I am not in full-screen mode and select Options|Setting|Display the pop-up window is too big for my 1440 * 900 monitor and the OK and Cancel buttons are not visible. Dragging the window shows the top half of the buttons but, on releasing the mouse the window snaps back to its original position. there is no problem in full-screen mode.

 

 

if I select Map  in flight (World|Map) then click OK Prepare3D shows a pop-up while it reloads  scenery objects, terrain data, and air traffic control every time.

 


Gerry Howard

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if I select Map  in flight (World|Map) then click OK Prepare3D shows a pop-up while it reloads  scenery objects, terrain data, and air traffic control every time.

One of the map's primary uses in FSX and P3D is to allow the user to move their aircraft to a specific point in the world via their mouse. Clicking OK confirms the location and causes the sim to load the flight there. While it's a bit silly for it to reload if the aircraft hasn't been moved, OK in this case is a confirmation to apply changes.


Brandon Filer

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Another primary use of the map is check position which doesn't need any reloading.

 

Reloading  didn't happen in FSX unless the aircraft was moved. For some reason Lockheed Martin has omitted a simple test and triggered a pointless and irritating  reload. 


Gerry Howard

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Another primary use of the map is check position which doesn't need any reloading.

 

Reloading  didn't happen in FSX unless the aircraft was moved. For some reason Lockheed Martin has omitted a simple test and triggered a pointless and irritating  reload. 

 

When in the map and in "flight", just hit the cancel button and it will not reload.

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Thanks for the work-around.


Gerry Howard

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