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Is there anybody else that notice that the VOR in Canada are not represented correctly in X-Plane 11.

In Canada most VOR are good for 130nm (in real life), but in X-Plane 11, they are only, if you are lucky, for 40nnm.

I have the latest NAVDATA Pro from Aerosoft, but it is still not showing more than 40nm, in X-Plane 10 they are all correct with the 130nm

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Sounds to me like there is an issue on your end.  I've read up on this forum and at the Org and this is the first time I have seen a post like this, concerning VOR issues.  I've done quite a bit of flying in XP11 these days, flying tubeliners and GA aircraft, all with navdata, though through Navigraph, and it hasn't given me a lick of problems. There are equally enough Navigraph users as there are Navdata Pro users, but I haven't seen this issue before.  I would recommend starting with the navdata and once you know for sure that this aspect has been verified, then can I suggest you file a bug with LR, which is here: http://dev.x-plane.com/support/bugreport.html

I would ask again though, which aircraft are you flying, are you flying them both in 10 & 11, comparing the output and readouts, is the compatibility solid between the two versions, and do both have navdata installed properly?

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There's nothing wrong with his setup.  Unfortunately ranges in XP are literal service volumes.  In real life you'll get reception when you're aloft and further out.  I believe this is editable - but I'm not sure where.

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25 minutes ago, Jimm said:

Sounds to me like there is an issue on your end.  I've read up on this forum and at the Org and this is the first time I have seen a post like this, concerning VOR issues.  I've done quite a bit of flying in XP11 these days, flying tubeliners and GA aircraft, all with navdata, though through Navigraph, and it hasn't given me a lick of problems. There are equally enough Navigraph users as there are Navdata Pro users, but I haven't seen this issue before.  I would recommend starting with the navdata and once you know for sure that this aspect has been verified, then can I suggest you file a bug with LR, which is here: http://dev.x-plane.com/support/bugreport.html

I would ask again though, which aircraft are you flying, are you flying them both in 10 & 11, comparing the output and readouts, is the compatibility solid between the two versions, and do both have navdata installed properly?

The installation of the NAVADATA Pro, is automatic, for both X-Plane 10 and X-Plane11

And yes I fly all the planes in both X-Plane 10 and X-Plane 11

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