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FSX-Boxed Just took off out of North Bay, Ontario, Canada (dawn)

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Like I stated earlier, there is no 'less than, or trailing' flight sim that is represented upon AVSIM.  I fly between all of 'em...

 

Here's a morning shot taken with FSX Boxed, Steve's DX10 , UTX Canada v2.0 (set to Nick N's prefs, like rivers that actually have beds, etc)

 

Just took off from North Bay, and am heading into a VFR flight following the highway southbound, towards an eventual Toronto landing at the waterfront.

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BTW...while I still have ORBX Vector installed, I have totally shut it down...was not impressed at all with the very much long-awaited v1.30 patch.   Anyway...that's another story...but what I wish to impart..is that if you click off the 4 ORBX Vector folders in your Scenery Lib, you also need to turn off the Vector AEC folder as well, or you will get trenches and other anomalies such as you will find in North Bay.  

 

To be able to also turn off (un-click) the ORBX Vector_AEC folder, that can be found way down by all the BASE files...you first need to go into your Scenery.cfg file, and edit its entry from 'TRUE' to 'FALSE', so you can  turn it off and on, as your per-usage (click, or un-click), as with the other four.  By turning it off, you will no longer have any problems across the landscape, when not using ORBX's Vector, but such products as the UTX franchise.  Again, being able to turn off that 'fifth' ORBX Vector folder...is a must, when disabling the other four.....

 

Just a head's up for this morning, :)

 

Ses

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Great lighting....love the window shots!

 

HLJAMES

Thanks HL, that back left-side passenger is one of my favorites for sure...and I use it quite a bit for 'relaxed immersion' after the AP is switch on....:)

 

Cheers!

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