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Can anyone remind please confirmed stutter conditions in FS9:1) Some wrong placement of files in Addon Scenery folder2) scenery folder containing texture or another scenery folder (or something like that, lol)3) Some wrong placement of land class bgl files.Thanks!

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defragging usually helps me but don't know if that's what your problem is. can't hurt to try if you haven't already which you probably have. good luck. william

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Thanks, but I meant special conditions that create stutters due to the wrong placement of folders and files in FS9. With all these add-ons it is quite easy to place the mods in the wrong place in FS9.

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i thought defragging would put those folders and files in their proper places. that's what causes alot of stutter problems, even in flight simulator. good luck anyway. william

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Sorry William, we are talking about totally different issues. But thanks for bringing it up anyway.

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it was early in the morning when i responded to your post so i sort of missed exactly what you were saying. now that i read it again i see what you're saying. sorry and hope you get it worked out. william

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Hi,> 3) Some wrong placement of land class bgl files.Landclass and mesh files should all be in /scenery folder and there should be no /texture folder for these types of files. A Texture folder in this case produces a memory leak and that could well lead to stutters. I am not sure what you mean by > 2) scenery folder containing texture or another scenery folder (or > something like that, lol)Scenery folder shouldn't contain another scenery or texture folder. Just files. I use following folder structure to keep my addons in:c:/Flight Scenery /Europe /Frankfurt /Scenery /Texture /Rome /Scenery /Texture . . . /USA /Boston /Scenery /Texture /LaGuardia /Scenery /Texture . . . /Mesh /Scenery /LandClass /Scenery . . .and so on... I hope it's clear. :) In /Addon Scenery/Scenery I only keep AFCAD files, nothing else.I recomend using freeware SCM2004 Scenery Manager, file name:scm2004.zip here in the library by Hans Hartmann. It's very easy to use and will keep your scenery.cfg in perfect order. I've had cases when a commercial add-on made a total mess in the said file. Go figure. :)I hope this is what you were asking about? If not, well, it's early morning here... lolRegards,Jure

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>it was early in the morning when i responded to your post so>i sort of missed exactly what you were saying. now that i read>it again i see what you're saying. sorry and hope you get it>worked out. williamNp, william. Useful info, init?

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