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1 minute ago, kevinfirth said:

How many autogen addons can you incorporate in this way though Gerard?

Hi Kevin,
Don’t know . In v4.5 I have 271 entries of which 70 are xml.

And I make one xml entry per addon.


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6 minutes ago, GSalden said:

AGX is something from the past. I used it too.

Use Lorby Si’s Addon Organizer and make xml scenery from it .

Then manually add the Autogen folder.

https://windowlight.co.nz/godzoneWP/tutorial-replacing-autogen-config-merger-tool-in-prepar3d-4-4/

 

You can externalise stuff in different ways, however before that you need the full and up-to-date content, so you need AGX.


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28 minutes ago, roland_lfor said:

You can externalise stuff in different ways, however before that you need the full and up-to-date content, so you need AGX.

AGX ( multiple companies used the same definition files ) was very helpfull over the years but now you better use a separate Autogen folder for each scenery that creates one.

Only then you are sure that everything is working fine.  

Skiathos will not work like that anymore. 
 

The best is to let Orbx use the default Autogen folder ( it overwrites it ) and the other Addons have their own Autogen folder next to their Texture and Scenery folder ( and sometimes an Effect folder )...

Only then you can be sure that overthink is working fine..


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I see that you know that the Autogen of France VFR is the best!🙂


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50 minutes ago, Virtual Flight Realm said:

Prepar3D V5 Enhanced Atmospheric ON and Dynamic ocean with NVIDIA WaveWorks 2.0

Thanks, nice video indeed. I have Enhanced Atmospherics on as well. 

What did you use for the performance displays? I read some reports Afterburner will crash Prepar3d5.

Thanks and kind regards, Michael


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Thanks @pmb, I'm using Afterburner and get crash time to time on change, for instance when I replace plane, but it's a very usefull peace of software to optimize and monitor Prepar3D. Hope it helps 😉 

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17 minutes ago, Tomaz Drnovsek said:

But if there is no live weather - what's the point really?

Soon.

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Hi guys ! I test the the Beaufort wind force scale within Prepar3D V5 HF1 Enhanced Atmospherics ON - Dynamic ocean with NVIDIA WaveWorks 2.0  - That's what we do with a drunken sailor 😉

 

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1 hour ago, Virtual Flight Realm said:

Hi guys ! I test the the Beaufort wind force scale within Prepar3D V5 HF1 Enhanced Atmospherics ON - Dynamic ocean with NVIDIA WaveWorks 2.0  - That's what we do with a drunken sailor 😉

 

So you found flying to difficult and went on to sailing on a ghost ship ( no crew ) 🤗

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Finally a flightsim video with good background music.

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