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Digital Design - EDDP + ORBC Vector, North Germany - elevation problem

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Hi guys,

I hope someone can help me here. I have Digital Design EDDP installed, together with ORBX Vector, LC, North Germany.

Now I have the problem that if I go to the airport my plane is about 5 meters under the surface. Normally this can be solved by running the Vector AEC tool or putting some *.bgl files to off. But this time I cannot figure it out :-(

Maybe someone has a clue or maybe the same problem.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Best regards,

Stefan

 

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Hi Stefan,

Make sure the terrain is above the scenery in the library.

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I will try it as soon as I am home again... Normally I always manage to get rid of this stuff, but this one is getting on my nerves :-D

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No luck, still spawing below the surface :-(

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Reinstalled it and now it works. My scenery cfg looks exactly like it did before. No clue what the installer changed. 

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Just had this issue as well. I actually just got back from Germany and was so upset when this arose. Wonderful it works for you now. Gives me home. 

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On 8/15/2017 at 0:03 AM, swiesma said:

Reinstalled it and now it works. My scenery cfg looks exactly like it did before. No clue what the installer changed. 

I'm having the same issue, so you recommend that I just reinstall it? 

Regards, 

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Well, it doesn't hurt to reinstall it and it solved my problem.... so yeah, I would recommend it :-)

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I had issues with KSEA on FSX using same add-ons....Haven't flown there with p3d but will try to see. With FSX I couldn't solve this problem. Also trees and houses on KMCO in p3d, using ORBX. With FSX I could go safely "thru" houses to find terminal and park but with P3D it  detects a crash...LOL, so I wasted 4 HRS of flight yesterday.

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