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Is bluesky scenery pretty good?

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i want to fly out of Salt Lake City. But all I am finding is freeware. Is the blue sky of Salt Lake City pretty good? Is this also freeware? I never heard of bluesky but from the screenshots they look pretty good. Thanks

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Yes! Bluesky scenery is excellent.  It's a bit of a pain to download, as it comes in many different "tile" downloads, but to an extent the same is true for MegaSceneryEarth.

 

Bluesky is a fantastic way to try out photoscenery, and considering it's free, it's really brilliant.

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Sweet. Thank you. I got MSE Denver and there was like 30 files to install. Is it pretty much the same for the blue sky Salt Lake City? The only problem with MSE I was getting ctd's with a LOD higher than 7.5.

 

I'll give it a try. Thanks

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I am now looking at Thier site. And there is a lot of stuff to download and it's all free! I like it how it's done by small sections. Should really compliment certain airports. Can't wait to enhance las vegas

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Got some Salt Lake City scenery. Awesome sceney for free!!

 

How do ya guys do it so you can have all of the utahs senery tiles into one folder? Do I just take the files from all the folders and put them all into one folder?

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Its excellent.

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Where is that at? Love the shading

When I unzipped the files. I put them in a bluesky Utah folder on the desktop. Then added them using the sceney libery. Was I supposed to make that folder in the fsx directory. Or will it really matter if they are located on my desktop? I flew from kslc and it looked like it worked.

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Where is that at? Love the shading

When I unzipped the files. I put them in a bluesky Utah folder on the desktop. Then added them using the sceney libery. Was I supposed to make that folder in the fsx directory. Or will it really matter if they are located on my desktop? I flew from kslc and it looked like it worked.

Somewhere in Montana, if I remember correctly. Regarding file location, I have it on an external drive, so it should not matter.

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...Just a bummer that it is taking up a lot of space on my hard drive.

Like Daniel said, it might be a good idea to have all your future photo-scenery on a separate external harddrive. I have all of the blueskyscenery files (and then some) and it can add up quite considerably. I also have it all on a separate drive and it helps to keep all the stuff organized

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Won't that hurt your external hard drive if it's constantly searching through the USB?

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