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ORBX NZ Mesh compatibility

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Hi,

I am about to purchase the NZ mesh from ORBX. 

I would like to ask if there is any incompatibility problem with other sceneries such as Inibuilds Queestown that I own or Flightbeam Wellington which I would like to purchase.

 

Edit : my bad, I found compatibility information on Flightbeam and Inibuilds website. It is compatible.

Thanks,

Pierre

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1 minute ago, Pochi said:

Hi,

I am about to purchase the NZ mesh from ORBX. 

I would like to ask if there is any incompatibility problem with other sceneries such as Inibuilds Queestown that I own or Flightbeam Wellington which I would like to purchase.

Thanks,

Pierre

I have the Orbx NZ mesh - it's good, and has recently been updated along with Iceland.

I don't own Inibulds Queenstown, but there is a really good free version of Queestown that is compatible on flightsim.to. 
That might suit your purposes if the Inibuilds one gives you problems.

I own Flightbeam Wellington.  I didn't see any problems there - that is a superb airport with the rocks and surrounding area added etc.


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Thank you for advice.

Is that right the NZ mesh prevent poly morphing ?

Pierre

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18 minutes ago, Pochi said:

Thank you for advice.

Is that right the NZ mesh prevent poly morphing ?

Pierre

Not completely, but it's 99% better than default.

I have most of the payware and freeware for NZ (always been my favorite place to fly) and haven't had any compatibility issues with the mesh.  (lots of NZ freeware has a separate Orbx mesh compatible option when required)

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From my experience, Moose is spot on regarding everything he has said above!  

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I like to fool airline passengers into thinking I have my own swimming pool by painting a large blue rectangle on my patio!

Intel i9 12900k in a ROG Strix Z690 D4 motherboard with water cooling, EVGA RTX 3080Ti Ultra, 32 GB DDR4 RAM 3800 CL15, 4 x Samsung 1 TB NVME M.2, with MSFS on a Samsung 980 pro PCIE4 (7000 gb/s).

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