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Wrong Textures and Autogen Within Airport Boundaries

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I have attached a picture of the problem I am suddenly encountering. I get random ground tiles and autogen within airport boundaries.

I have UTX but have never had this problem before.

I recently installed ORBX libraries and a couple of their demo areas. I used their FTX Central program to install and have since used it to uninstall the areas. I have kept the libraries.

I was thinking maybe there was some kind of conflict with those but that does not seem to be the problem, nor should it have been.

I also disabled UTX in my libraries, and had the same problem. I can uncheck everything that is not default in my scenery libraries and still have this issue. I am therefore assuming there is something funky going on in the default files somewhere.

Has anyone experienced this before?

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Do you perhaps have MyTraffic installed for AI? If so, this could be as a result of duplicate AFCAD files in the MyTraffic/Scenery folder.


Greg Hutcheon

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No, I use Ultimate Traffic 2.

 

I also have REX Texture Direct 4 and played around with it to see if maybe it was causing and issue with the airport scenery but that does not appear to be the case.

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@mikensherri328

In FTX Central 3, go to settings and click on "Force a migration of your unified lclookup..."

See if that does anything. Fixed a terrain issue for me recently.


Daniel Moser

 

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34 minutes ago, AviatorMoser said:

@mikensherri328

In FTX Central 3, go to settings and click on "Force a migration of your unified lclookup..."

See if that does anything. Fixed a terrain issue for me recently.

Good idea, but no dice apparently. Still having the same issue. It has me stumped. I just got a brand new computer and got FSX up and running and optimized. I really don't want to do a fresh install.

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Darn,

Do you have a terrain.cfg backup in your FSX root? It could be a corrupted terrain.cfg.


Daniel Moser

 

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Murphy's Law of course I do not at this point lol. Never thought to do that with the new setup. Pretty stupid. Looking through it I still see a TON of ORBX stuff. I have uninstalled everything with ORBX except for the libraries. I see all kinds of ORBX vectors and such in there. I wonder if I should make a backup now and delete all the ORBX references I find? 

There are other terrain files in my root FSX as well.

Terrain.dll

Terrain.TMP

Terrain.UTL

I know a little about tinkering with FSX but not enough about terrain files. I have never needed to touch them.

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