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Rebulding scenery database at every startup

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I've got this irritating feature on my system now.

 

Just as if I've altered an active scenery area, the scenery database keeps rebuilding at every startuo, except I didn't :)

 

I've disabled all but the default scenery areas with SceneryConfig Editor, and the issue stil persists.

 

I'm painfully aware that something propably got changed in my World\scenery or Global\scenery, but I'm not able to figure it out.

 

I wonder if there are any way to intercept which element this process actually grabs, through a log file or something?

 

Cheers,

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Thanks mate, I have read it through and tried all suggestions except repair... Ain't sure if I dare :)

 

Would like to know if there's a kind of log for the FSX startup though.

 

Cheers,

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Had this problem.  Found the culprit in I believe the exe.xml file.  There was an erroneous entry.

 

Might have been the dll.xml file.

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Thanks, gentlemen, I would have appx 300 areas I think.

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I know little bit sceneryConfig Editor Im sure is a good configurator tool. 

 

Have you try to load your FS without scenery I mean only with the basic sceneries above Addon Scenery in your scenery.cfg. Maybe you have too much addons. 

 

I create a launcher FSLaunchPad who can maybe help you to make some tests rapidly by removing or adding only sceneries that you want.. 

 

I uploaded the last version last weekend on avsim here : http://library.avsim.net/search.php?SearchTerm=fslaunchpad&CatID=root&Go=Search

 

Let me know if you have any questions or help.

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Thanks Pilecan, I have SCE, and the problem persitst even if I disable all areas snd just run default. I think there's a rogue file in the global\scenery or world\scenery, perhaps left by a bad uninstaller?

 

Cheers,

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