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I enjoyed it with FSX but MSFS has opened up the whole world in a way that FSX never could. I'm happy to remember it as it was and keep it there. 


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1 hour ago, Paul K said:

I didn't know that RTMM was out for MSFS. Thanks to the OP for letting us know - time for some Beaver and Twin Otter float plane flying. I think.

I have it all downloaded now and setup in MSFS Addon Linker, and verified that all is working. Is there any way to tell wheter you will need wheels, skis, or floats when choosing which flight plan?


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2 hours ago, Bobsk8 said:

I don't use add on linker, is that a must with this scenery?

Bob, you knew this time was coming.. time to get it installed 🙂

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2 hours ago, jarmstro said:

It's been available for months.

True,

I installed it September 2021.

Great to have RTMM in MSFS.


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Such an outstanding collection of scenery. It's the small details on the ground and water that makes the bush flying experience really come to life in MSFS.

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19 hours ago, Bert Pieke said:

Bob, you knew this time was coming.. time to get it installed 🙂

I watched a video on Add on linker, and decided that I really have no need for it, seems to just add more complexity to starting a flight. 


 

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6 hours ago, Jocko Flocko said:

Such an outstanding collection of scenery. It's the small details on the ground and water that makes the bush flying experience really come to life in MSFS.

Any idea how many gb in the '1 shot, includes everything' unzipped download??

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32 minutes ago, Bobsk8 said:

I watched a video on Add on linker, and decided that I really have no need for it, seems to just add more complexity to starting a flight. 

What complexity Bob?  At its core the primary mission of AL is to provide a quick and easy way to enable and disable objects to the community folder. Once you set it as on it stays on and no further intervention is required until you want it off. 

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23 minutes ago, btacon said:

What complexity Bob?  At its core the primary mission of AL is to provide a quick and easy way to enable and disable objects to the community folder. Once you set it as on it stays on and no further intervention is required until you want it off. 

I don't have to enable or disable anything, or select presets to fly. I don't have a bunch of trash in my community folder, so I don't disable or enable anything. I just like to launch MSFS and fly. 


 

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3 hours ago, Bobsk8 said:

I don't have to enable or disable anything, or select presets to fly. I don't have a bunch of trash in my community folder, so I don't disable or enable anything. I just like to launch MSFS and fly. 

Ok. Then Fly Bob, Fly! 😎

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5 hours ago, Treetops45 said:

Any idea how many gb in the '1 shot, includes everything' unzipped download??

T45

Yeah, unzipped it's 4.95GB in size, however the download is only 1.2GB and is on a Google Drive link which is super fast.

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I just made my first water landing in MSFS with the Beaver. But, how do you stop at a dock - or is that not possible?


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If you have addon linker installed, then you can make a new folder called MistyMoorings or something. And drop all the MM packages in that one folder. 

Now boot Addon Linker and click on that one folder and an icon,  and all the dozens MM packages are now added into the sim.

Then, whenever you like, click on that folder and on another icon and presto all 33 MM packages are removed and nothing else is removed.

If you don't  have Addon Linker then examine the community folder and identify the MM packages as opposed to the packages that are not related to MM. And move to storage somewhere only those MM packages. Later on, when you are ready, you can put them all back in again.

So there's a choice of whether to use addon linker or not. Which will affect the speed of managing MSFS with MistyMorings installed.

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BTW, there's no need to boot up addon linker except when you want to make changes to community before booting up MSFS. Click some icons to make your changes and then close Addon linker. No need to have it running anymore during your flights. 

Changing dozens of folders in Community with addon linker will take about 2 seconds for the changes to execute, after your mouse selected mouse clicks. 

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1 hour ago, Fielder said:

If you have addon linker installed, then you can make a new folder called MistyMoorings or something. And drop all the MM packages in that one folder. 

Now boot Addon Linker and click on that one folder and an icon,  and all the dozens MM packages are now added into the sim.

Then, whenever you like, click on that folder and on another icon and presto all 33 MM packages are removed and nothing else is removed.

If you don't  have Addon Linker then examine the community folder and identify the MM packages as opposed to the packages that are not related to MM. And move to storage somewhere only those MM packages. Later on, when you are ready, you can put them all back in again.

So there's a choice of whether to use addon linker or not. Which will affect the speed of managing MSFS with MistyMorings installed.

Now that makes more sense. 


 

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