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Hi guys,

 

I suspect that I'm being a noob here, but I'm seeing contrails on ground level in the PMDG NGX (P3D v2.5 with hot fixes installed) - see attached image. I've tried uninstalling and then re-installing once again, but I'm still getting them. I was just wondering if it was me not doing the right thing or if it's something else? Is anyone else getting the same thing? More importantly, has anyone got a solution?

 

Thanks in advance for your help, guys.....and if it's me being a noob....sorry!

 

Tom.

 

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Hi guys,

 

I suspect that I'm being a noob here, but I'm seeing contrails on ground level in the PMDG NGX (P3D v2.5 with hot fixes installed) - see attached image. I've tried uninstalling and then re-installing once again, but I'm still getting them. I was just wondering if it was me not doing the right thing or if it's something else? Is anyone else getting the same thing? More importantly, has anyone got a solution?

 

Thanks in advance for your help, guys.....and if it's me being a noob....sorry!

 

Tom.

 

2015-4-12_18-37-7-542a.jpg

 

That's one special thing happening here. I suspect the ambiant temperature to be too cold. Was it the case?

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.....and you are absolutely right! I do appologize, I thought it might be a nooby mistake.....I feel a bit embarrassed now.....it seems P3D was loading my flights at -35°C at ground level (fair weather). It is no longer doing so.

 

Thank you very much for your help, Keven.

 

Kind regards.

 

Tom.

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.....and you are absolutely right! I do appologize, I thought it might be a nooby mistake.....I feel a bit embarrassed now.....it seems P3D was loading my flights at -35°C at ground level (fair weather). It is no longer doing so.

 

Thank you very much for your help, Keven.

 

Kind regards.

 

Tom.

 

We all have those moments ;)

 

Enjoy your flights!

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