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Have you tried departing from a backwater isolated airfield? Panning around the plane after departure means that there's a lot going on - all that airport scenery, plus some of the outlying area in great detail. 

It may sound obvious, but Chaseplane may be the one add-on which has tipped your system over the edge performance wise. You know, that "one extra teensy-weensy add-on can't hurt" etc. etc.:happy:

Have you tried reducing some details in the sim? It's hard to lower our expectations when we all want immersion and superb visuals I know.

Now for the really dumb question, sorry! I don't have chaseplane & I'm running FSX:SE (as we all know MSFSX was the base for LM P3D, some issues are still there!) - I'm just a fellow simmer who's throwing ideas out there which might help.. Could there be anything in chaseplane's documentation, a readme file which may mention some recommended settings? Had to ask!


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6 minutes ago, HighBypass said:

Have you tried departing from a backwater isolated airfield? Panning around the plane after departure means that there's a lot going on - all that airport scenery, plus some of the outlying area in great detail. 

It may sound obvious, but Chaseplane may be the one add-on which has tipped your system over the edge performance wise. You know, that "one extra teensy-weensy add-on can't hurt" etc. etc.:happy:

Have you tried reducing some details in the sim? It's hard to lower our expectations when we all want immersion and superb visuals I know.

Now for the really dumb question, sorry! I don't have chaseplane & I'm running FSX:SE (as we all know MSFSX was the base for LM P3D, some issues are still there!) - I'm just a fellow simmer who's throwing ideas out there which might help.. Could there be anything in chaseplane's documentation, a readme file which may mention some recommended settings? Had to ask!

Guess I'll have to continue experimenting...

Thank you for your help.


REGARDS, MIKE

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9 minutes ago, riccardo74 said:

I don't know if it's ChasePlane related, I'm using EZCA.

But, if may help, have you turned on auotosave function on FSUIPC if you installed it?

Don't believe I do, but I'll double check. I've heard that may be an issue.

Thanks.


REGARDS, MIKE

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OK. Good luck. Let us know if you find a solution, even if it's via another email to the devs.:cool:


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I made the baby cry - A2A Simulations L-049 Constellation

Sky Simulations MD-11 V2.2 Pilot. The best "lite" MD-11 money can buy (well, it's not freeware!)

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Nota Bene: I've taken the liberty of hiding the rude and insulting posts made by SimPilot221, as well as those that quoted said rude and insulting posts.

Any further such posts may engender an unanticipated vacation from AVSIM.

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