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Re: Doha and Mexico City, got mine to work in P3Dv4

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2 hours ago, longrangecruise said:

Thanks, Rick!  Do you get ai traffic as well?

Nope. I use MT6a for my Ai Traffic.

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4 hours ago, longrangecruise said:

Hi,

have a look here: https://secure.simmarket.com/taxi2gate.mhtml

Unfortunately there are still a lot of unupdated sceneries. They usually seem to sort of work in V4. Does anyone have experience with  Doha or Mexico? 

Yeah Doha and Mexico City works fine for me as well in P3Dv4.

Picked up EDDM and a South American airport with this sale.

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I've been watching many videos and reading reviews... any suggestions from the forum viewers on T2G scenery which works nicely with P3D v4?

Thanks!

Dan

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I've been waiting it seems a year for Taxi2Gate to have a sale. Finally getting Munich and Paris crossed off my wish list. 

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16 hours ago, dpergau said:

any suggestions from the forum viewers on T2G scenery which works nicely with P3D v4?

I can wholeheartedly recommend their EDDM and LFPG - very good sceneries.
By the way I can see Andrew also mentioned them just above my post. 🙂

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KMCO works great as well. There is no P3Dv4 installer, so I copied the appropriate FSX KMCO folders to a new folder where I've been putting my P3D add ons, and added it through the scenery library. I had to copy 1 effect file from the FSX effects folder to the p3D effects folder. There are 3 updated Orbx files that need to be installed as well if you are using global and vector. Otherwise, you'll have trees and buildings all over the airport and duplicate taxi signs in the middle of the taxiways.

Once installed, it works perfectly.

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