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SLLP La Paz P3D v5.1 Installation

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I downloaded SLLP from the library here

I was wondering if this can be installed in P3d v5.1. I installed but it is still showing the default airport buildings. The new scenery was placed at the top of the scenery priority list.

Any kind soul could tell me if this can be fix so it can run on P3d v5.



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Many of the exclusions for default buildings and signage in sceneries designed for FSX and/or P3D v1-4 no longer work because the updated airports included in V5 have moved the objects.

You can use Airport Design Editor to create new excludes for the v5 default objects by importing the stock building and sign objects and then deleting them in ADE (which creates a small exclusion rectangle for each of the objects).

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4 hours ago, Samaritano said:

Any kind soul could tell me if this can be fix so it can run on P3d v5.

iniBuilds has an exclusion file for the commercial LatinVFR scenery. I see no reason, why an exclusion file should not work for the freeware.




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If you search in the scenery folder for OBX29370.bgl and rename it to OBX29370.bgl.off the default v5 buildings will disappear and the freeware scenery should show. Doing this is quick but bear in mind it may affect other objects included in the bgl. I have done this a few times at other airports and frankly worked perfectly and didn't notice any changes.

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Thank you for the replies. I was able to make work by deleting the buildings like Bob suggested but I also had to disable the OBX29370 bgl like Joaquin mentioned. There was also some scenery elements bleeding thru so I had to adjust the airport altitude to the same height as the original.

Thanks a lot for the help. I'm considering getting the old LatinVFR scenery and do the recommended changes like Dan suggested whenever it goes on sale.

By the way the first flight I was at MTOW and overran the runway. LOL

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