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I'm about to install UTX Europe for P3D 2.5, have a few question.

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Hi,

 

Should I de-activate OpenLC_Europe1 scenery.cfg entry that came with FTX Global installation or leave it as it is?

 

Thank you

 

Dmitriy

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You can leave it. Just have the UTX entries above OpenLC in scenery library.

 

 

Vic

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I turn it off. It causes higher VAS load here if left activated.

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I've not seen any reports of OpenLC affecting VAS negatively. Orbx VECTOR however has some VAS problems.

 

Vic

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At their forum they say that UTX v lc is good on it's own.

With v1 they advised Scenery Tech LC...

 

Choose youself. Try both situations and check some places in Eurpe with their surroundings...

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I tested with OpenLC checked and unchecked (without UTX). Clearly could see difference in VAS load. It might be a different thing when UTX is above in the scenery lib.

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Thank you folks. I'd rather turn it off if it won't break FTX Global functionality

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Didn't break anything I could notice here. With UTX Europe v2 I have great coverage and graphics.

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I tested with OpenLC checked and unchecked (without UTX). Clearly could see difference in VAS load. It might be a different thing when UTX is above in the scenery lib.

I'm confused Simon - using ANYTHING other than default scenery will affect VAS. Your choice is simple - use the ugly default landclass or 3pd. Adding a similar landclass should have no effect whatsoever - P3D will use the last one loaded.

 

Vic

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