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Make Runways for P3D V4

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Hi! I get this error when I try to use Make RWY. I have Add On org. inst ad use the default path when I install it.

 

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So long as you're running MakeRunways from the root FSX/P3D folder (you're doing that right?), it should work.

But if MakeRunways has a conflict with 'Addon Org', which is something I've never heard of before, you'd need to discuss that with Pete Dowson.

 

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4 hours ago, byork said:

So long as you're running MakeRunways from the root FSX/P3D folder (you're doing that right?), it should work.

But if MakeRunways has a conflict with 'Addon Org', which is something I've never heard of before, you'd need to discuss that with Pete Dowson.

 

I am ashamed. The program was not placed in the P3D Root folder. I have changed the path and now it works. Thank's for you help!

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Just one more note for RAAS users in P3D 64 bits.

Once user said he had to run Make Runways twice when using LORBY.

I don't have to run it twice, but if you have an issue with the runway's database, run it twice.

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You HAVE to run MakeRunways TWICE for it to work in the new P3D v4.2 scenery scheme!!!

Lorby creates a scenery file that has your entire airports add-ons, you run Makerunways once to create MakeRwys_Scenery.cfg then you run it Again for it to create a correct Runways.csv

 

 

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Here is the Process that I followed for running MakeRunways on P3Dv4.3. Please let me know if I missed any step(s).

1. Download latest versions of both MakeRunways & Lorbi-SI Addon Organizer.

2. Copy Makerunways.exe into the Prepare3d v4 root folder.

2. Install Lorbi-SI Addon Organizer (let the program to instal in the default location)

3. Run the program, follow all the steps in item 3.9 - Creating a scenery.cfg for external tools.

That's it!!

Cheers,

M

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