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Thanks, alpilotx and Manuthie, for pointing out to me that the general updater doesn't update everything. I'm not being sarcastic; I really didn't know. It's wonderful to have Lake Constance back again! 😀

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Tom

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By the way, the final set of screenshots (well, more or less .... maybe it changes a bit) is already online in a google photos album here (so, you can check out a bit "more"):

BUT: don't expect the final release before the beginning of December. My current timeline is simply too full at the moment to rush out a release (on top of what I already have to deal with - non XP related).

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Andras Fabian / Alpilotx

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Andras, I'm gobsmacked at how awesome that looks. Can't wait to try it :biggrin:

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Nice sets of shots.


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Many of them are breathtaking. The XP scenery system is really unmatched. This highlights even more the lack of seasons and the poor weather effects though.


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2 hours ago, alpilotx said:

By the way, the final set of screenshots (well, more or less .... maybe it changes a bit) is already online in a google photos album here (so, you can check out a bit "more"):

BUT: don't expect the final release before the beginning of December. My current timeline is simply too full at the moment to rush out a release (on top of what I already have to deal with - non XP related).

Wow, awesome set of shots. One of them shows off Budapest, and another is Lake Balaton :) As Murmur said, some of them are breathtaking. Especially as you can see the forests enveloping airports, etc.

Even though I'm in the ortho camp, I have to admit that these shots are amazing, and really highlight the strengths of HD Mesh. I guess I'm going to redo all my overlays, once you release V4 :)

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These bring incredible detail and prove what is possible with this approach ! I even recognized without any doubt some remote areas in the Rhone Alpes region.

Cities and small towns really come alive in these shots, and also the forests/rural areas are much better depicted with greater variation.

Great work, take your time (but not too long please).

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4 hours ago, alpilotx said:

By the way, the final set of screenshots (well, more or less .... maybe it changes a bit) is already online in a google photos album here (so, you can check out a bit "more"):

BUT: don't expect the final release before the beginning of December. My current timeline is simply too full at the moment to rush out a release (on top of what I already have to deal with - non XP related).

WOW - thanks a lot - very impressive indeed. Cant wait for this to be released. Every now and then I try ortho but the quality is varies a lot and it doesn't look too good when flying low so in the end I really prefer default scenery.

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5 hours ago, alpilotx said:

By the way, the final set of screenshots (well, more or less .... maybe it changes a bit) is already online in a google photos album here (so, you can check out a bit "more"):

BUT: don't expect the final release before the beginning of December. My current timeline is simply too full at the moment to rush out a release (on top of what I already have to deal with - non XP related).

Fantastic, nice screenshots of BIAR, BIRK and the highest peak of Iceland, Öræfajökull, Sweet. Nice job Alpilotx!


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28 minutes ago, BIGSKY said:

Just saw this,

FlightDeckX has been shut down indefinitely!

Thanks to all our supporters and readers. It was a wonderful experience which we will miss!

Don’t be sad, though, X-Plane is on the rise, with or without FlightDeckX!

— Ollie of FlightDeckX.com

Yes, these are very sad news, but it's completely offtopic.

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So it doesn't effect the release?


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