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  1. I doubt this has anything to do with the airport and more to do with the now well documented problem that P3D has that should soon be fixed. https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/611558-horrible-fps/ https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/613439-severe-stutters-with-unknown-cause/
  2. I have suddenly started to see exactly this as well.
  3. They have been having server isssues all day. I could not connect at all using the downloader until the last hour. Didn't seem to effect eveyone in all locations for whatever reasons.
  4. I'm glad you have brought this up because I have been seeing the same thing but when I'm in the air. For me it occurs some distance from my aircraft. As I look left and right is moves with me. A screen just like that that moves around the aircraft from the ground as I look around and it's an immersion breaker and ugly. It's been on my "investigate" list for a few days. I too use Active Sky and ASCA and the problem pops up just about anywhere.
  5. Ahh, yes. That never crossed my mind as setting Windows to show hidden files and folders is one the first things I do after a fresh windows install so I never think about it again after that.
  6. Looks like you're deleting the wrong stuff to me. The file you are looking for is as Bob wrote and simply called "prepar3d.cfg". It won't be in the folder where P3D installation is located. It will be somewhere like C:\Users\%YOUR_USER_ACCOUNT%\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.cfg If you have been deleting other things I would put them back if I were you.
  7. The .exe or the .cfg? What exactly have you done? Honestly, I didn't remember how to fix this mistake but it makes sense that Bob is correct to me. Don't delete the .exe. Just delete the .cfg.
  8. PMDG manuals are pretty clear that you shouldn't do this, buddy. I did it once in FSX. It was a mistake there too.
  9. I fail to see how the profile settings in TrackIR are causing blurry guages and scenery. I suspect you're looking in the wrong place and you should look more towards settings in sim and graphics card settings. I doubt this has anything to do with TrackIR to be honest, bud.
  10. I honestly don't know what you are talking about. It doesn't happen to me. Does it do it when you look around with the mouse as opposed to TrackIR? Do you have motion blur on in the settings of FS?
  11. Yes, I was going to head over there later to post about it. I still will. Something is very broken here.
  12. Here it is again. This time the sun didn't set and rise. It just got lower in the sky as I head north west. Again the bright area is in an illogical place relative to the sun.
  13. Not necessarily. The problem has only appeared when you and I have used it. Doesn't mean it's the cause and it actually strikes me as highly unlikely that it is. What other programs are you using? Active Sky? Active Sky Cloud Art? etc Many more questions need to be asked before we can start pointing fingers at one thing and it's why I said I won't be wasting loads of time testing to find out.
  14. Just did a couple tests by setting off from Heathrow before sun up and heading east up to 38000 feet and watched the sunrise. I did this a few times...Without Active Sky, Without ASCA then with etc but could not reproduce the problem. I have no idea what causes it but both times it happened to me has been after long overnight legs heading east using the time compression on the PMDG 747. It's a weird one for sure and quite the immersion killer I must say. The pictures don't really do it justice. When it happens it looks quite wrong and more obvious than in the pics. As though you have flown to another planet in the night and one which has binary stars. I would love to get to the bottom of it but I'm not gonna spend hours trying to troubleshoot this. I'll just keep paying attention during my flights and see if I can see any obvious correlations.
  15. Currently on another flight and it's happening again. Something seems most defintiely wrong.
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