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FSGenesis vs Topsim

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I run FSX-SE on a Win 10 box.  I have a complete set of FSGenesis from earlier versions of FSX.  Are there any advantages for Topsim over FSGenesis?

Thanks in advance.

Jim Driskell


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Probably not.


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FSGenesis=Justin's old stuff.  Toposim=Justin's new stuff.

The new stuff is higher res and, more importantly, newer data (TopoSim's UltraMesh uses LIDAR data).  I only have Toposim's Alaska UltraMesh, and as advertised it works perfectly with ORBX Southern Alaska and Pacific Fjords.  It's very nice mesh.

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