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Chipmunkman

Stornoway EGPO Scenery

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Why does the default scenery in Xplane 11.30 present EGPO as if it was in the middle of a sandy desert?

Even with Orbx TE GB North it remains the same and spoils the otherwise great imagery of flying there.

Please advise what plans are there to improve this situation?

Thanks - Chipmunkman

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I see what you mean. You could try to improve it with WED by changing the ground polygon. Gateway airports are community driven, everybody is free to contribute.

I checked in googlemaps, and it appears dry there.

 

Edited by soaring_penguin

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Here's a shot of Stornoway in GB North using Xvision (Renault's preset) and UWXP.

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Thanks Olderndirt and Soaring_penguin.

I will try the tweaks you suggest Olderndirt. I have been reading your helpful comments with interest elsewhere about Orbx TE North 

Many thanks - Chipmunkman

 

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11 hours ago, Chipmunkman said:

Thanks Olderndirt and Soaring_penguin.

I will try the tweaks you suggest Olderndirt. I have been reading your helpful comments with interest elsewhere about Orbx TE North 

Many thanks - Chipmunkman

 

If you're born Scottish, you're always Scottish no matter what.

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Hi Olderndirt,

 

Yep - born Scottish and live in the north west Highlands.  Stornoway is our nearest town as the crow (or sea eagle) flies, but about 20 miles across the waters of The Minch.

Thanks for your interest and help.

Chipmunkman

 

 

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4 hours ago, Chipmunkman said:

Hi Olderndirt,

 

Yep - born Scottish and live in the north west Highlands.  Stornoway is our nearest town as the crow (or sea eagle) flies, but about 20 miles across the waters of The Minch.

Thanks for your interest and help.

Chipmunkman

 

 

I was born a 'Lowlander' in Edinburgh but have always felt that the heart of Scotland is in the Highlands and Islands.  'Course I'm a Yank now but you never forget.

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