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Weird pole sticking out at Flightbeam's KSFO HD v2

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There seems to be a weird pole with a light on top that sticks out. When using big planes like 787, the wings would go right through it. I circled it. I don't think it's suppose to be there, if it was, then there's no way planes in the real world would be able to taxi pass it.

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Aaron Vinci

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I confirm this post does not exist, I am not that problem. This is a default scene post. Try reinstalling the KSFO. 


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Its apart of the AFCAD. It's cause of V5's default scenery update. To fix this go into ADE, load default scenery objects and delete "GenModelPole". Also you will need to delete all the other default buildings.

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These are symptoms of a duplicate/conflicting AFCAD file that pre-existed in your sim. In the Flightbeam Manager, go to the main page and click the "Troubleshooting" tab. The Manager will then find possible conflicting files and you will be able to disable them directly.

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Actually, I followed guibru's recommendation and downloaded the latest version and reinstall just to make sure I am running the latest one and it works. I must've been using an old version of Flightbeam's KSFO HD. Thanks!


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