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Is there anyway to tell LNM to skip certain folders in reloading the scenery library? The reason I am asking is that I have a lot of photoscenery which doesn't need to be read by LNM. I realize that there is an option to skip inactive or disabled entries, but considering the number of add-ons I have, it would take a while to turn on/off these. I use Lorby's AO to reduce the P3D loading time with photoscenery.

Perhaps this could be included in a future release?

Keep up the good work!


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14 hours ago, pgde said:

Is there anyway to tell LNM to skip certain folders in reloading the scenery library? The reason I am asking is that I have a lot of photoscenery which doesn't need to be read by LNM. I realize that there is an option to skip inactive or disabled entries, but considering the number of add-ons I have, it would take a while to turn on/off these. I use Lorby's AO to reduce the P3D loading time with photoscenery.

Perhaps this could be included in a future release?

This is already included.🙃 Go to options on page "Scenery Library Database". You can add folders and files to exclude in the upper list. See here for more information: https://www.littlenavmap.org/manuals/littlenavmap/release/2.6/en/OPTIONS.html#scenery-library-database

You may need to reload the scenery library to see the changes. The list is used for all simulators.

Alex

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Thanks Alex. Don't know how I missed that. Works fine! Saves a lot of time 🙂

Keep up the good work.


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