Aerosoft Aspen extended 1.2 Winter Scenery

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I brought yesterday "Aspen extended" Version 1.2 from Aerosoft vor P3D V4.5 (with Hotfix) 

When I set Aspen with the confg tool to Winter texture and the date to 01.02.2018 I find around Aspen

these strange green textures, they do not look like winter scenery.

I think I saw some YouTube Videos about "Aspen extended" wich did not had this issue.

"Aspen extended" is on top of the Scenery library.


I am using:

P3D V4.5 (with Hotfix) 


GEX (Ground Environment)

FSGlobal Next Generation by Pilots

ORBX NA Areas (like South and North California, but this area around Aspen is not covered by them)


I tried to deactivate UTX USA V2 but there ist no difference.

Any Idea what could be the reason or a solution to solve it? 

Greatings Erik


Here are 2 Images with "Aspen extended" activated

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0q1sjp9zmbc4pvy/Aspen _01.jpg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0q1sjp9zmbc4pvy/Aspen _02.jpg?dl=0

and here with "Aspen extended" and UTX USA V2 de-activated, so just P3DV4.5 scenery

https://www.dropbox.com/s/myu5ctae8dm3l4f/Aspen _03.jpg?dl=0





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Maybe I really am crazy like they say, I see no problem. Areas that are mostly rocky can have melted snow, things look correct to me. Have you noticed that the non- snow areas are not squarish. they conform to the flow of the rock. Sorry, if that answer does not align with your concern. 

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Hi Enrico,

I do see some green tinged areas off to your left that to me look like light snow cover on grass. My guess is that maybe Aerosoft didn't do all 5 texture sets and left out the Hard Winter sets. I've seen this before but it's been a number of years. Might want to ask them about it.



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