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OZx Scenery and P3D v 2.5

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Just thought some of you might like to know I have OZx Scenery and Ants Aussie Airports Installed in 2.5 without any issues that I am aware off. I have done quite a few flights to test. I have OZx  running  with  ORBX  Australia, Global , Vector and Holgar Mesh installed into 2.5

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Hi

 

I confirm that but I don't have any windsocks at any of the OZX airports

 

Wayne

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Hi there,

 

i installed OZx scenery too but there are a lot of details missing in P3D2. Reason is the libraries are simply not compatible.

Solution is to convert the libraries into P3D2 compatible bgls. I did this with ModelconverterX.

Winsocks are the biggest problems. Once converted they look strange. Solution is to delete the Windsock libraries and replace them with stock once.

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Hi Mickeyj

 

Is that conversion a complicated process and or very time consuming

 

Regards
Wayne

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Hi Mickeyj

 

Is that conversion a complicated process and or very time consuming

 

Regards

Wayne

 

Hello Wayne,

 

the process itself isnt that complicated. The setup of ModelconverterX is a bit confusing. But once you got that done it is just an, open file, convert to P3D2 bgl, save as done! The OZx libraries are pretty big so it will take some time to go through all bgls anyway.

This procedure is more like a workaround rather than a spot on solution but it works quite good.

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Thanks for that, is there any doco on the setup of modelconveryerx for p3d2.5

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Thanks for that, is there any doco on the setup of modelconveryerx for p3d2.5

 

G´day Wayne,

 

im currently in Belarus but will be home tomorrow. I will right down everything that is needed to get ModelconverterX working. Besides that you can checkout this website http://www.scenerydesign.org/modelconverterx/ for more information.

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MickeyJ that would be great thanks very much

 

Wayne

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