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  1. Hi all, A couple of weeks ago a City Update Germany became available for MSFS. This update covered Bonn, Cologne, Duesseldorf, Dortmund, and Hannover and provided photogrammetry data for these cities. It was not advertised and so many users missed it. It is available at the Marketplace, there may be updates in the Content Manager. We depart from Bonn-Hangelar (EDKB). The airport is home to some maintenance facilities, a Federal Police Helicopter Squadron, and some flight schools. It is the base for GA and business aircraft in the Cologne-Bonn region. We head south for a couple of miles and then follow the river Rhine northbound. On the western side of the river is Bad Godesberg. Many embassies were situated here and it was a preferred place to live as long as Bonn was Germany’s capital city. A little bit less en vogue was the eastern side, but it was and is until today an attractive place to live and for visitors. We follow the river further and pass the two main bridges and the city center of Bonn. It was jokingly said that Bonn was half the size of Chicago Cemetery but twice as dead….. We pass the refineries of Köln Wesseling and reach the city of Cologne. Cologne is the largest city in Germany's most populous state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) and the fourth-most populous city and one of the oldest in Germany. With 3.6 million people in the urban region and 1.1 million inhabitants within its city proper, Cologne is the largest city on the river Rhine. The city's medieval Catholic Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom), the third-tallest church and tallest cathedral in the world, constructed to house the Shrine of the Three Kings, is a globally recognized landmark and one of the most visited sights and pilgrimage destinations in Europe. The cityscape is further shaped by the Twelve Romanesque churches of Cologne, and Cologne is famous for Eau de Cologne, which has been produced in the city since 1709, and "cologne" has since come to be a generic term. There are many institutions of higher education in the city, most notably the University of Cologne, one of Europe's oldest and largest universities, the Technical University of Cologne, Germany's largest university of applied sciences; and the German Sport University Cologne. It hosts three Max Planck science institutes and is a major research hub for the aerospace industry, with the German Aerospace Center and the European Astronaut Centre headquarters. It also has a significant chemical and automobile industry. Cologne was founded and established in Germanic Ubii territory in the 1st century CE as the Roman Colonia Agrippina, hence its name. "Agrippina" was later dropped (except in Latin), and "Colonia" became the name of the city in its own right, which developed into modern German as Köln. "Cologne", the French version of the city's name, has become standard in English as well. During the Middle Ages, the city flourished as being located on one of the most important major trade routes between east and western Europe. Cologne was a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire and one of the major members of the trade union Hanseatic League. It was one of the largest European cities in medieval and renaissance times. Cologne is a major cultural center for the Rhineland; it hosts more than 30 museums and hundreds of galleries. Exhibitions range from local ancient Roman archeological sites to contemporary graphics and sculptures. We follow the Rhine and reach Neuss Harbor, one of the busiest places in Duesseldorf. We turn right and reach Duesseldorf Harbor. The borough covers 3.85 km2 and is predominantly commercial and industrial, with a very small residential population. It had 212 residents in the year 2000, making it the Düsseldorf borough with the lowest population density. The docks prospered for decades but lost much of their trade when Mannesmann closed its nearby pipe factory. As a result, the eastern part of the docks started to be redeveloped, attracting businesses in the service sector such as media, design, and fashion companies. One of the first new residents of the so-called Media Harbour was Westdeutscher Rundfunk with its current affairs TV and radio studios. Duesseldorf's local radio station Antenne Düsseldorf is also based in the harbor area. One of the largest cinemas in Düsseldorf is in the Hafen. The Landtag (State parliament) of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Rheinturm are situated right next to the harbor. Within the Hafen district is the Neuer Zollhof an ensemble of three warped-looking buildings by architect Frank Gehry and other postmodernist buildings. There are also many restaurants, bars, and a few clubs, which make the Hafen a prominent lifestyle district. We pass Duesseldorf International Airport (EDDL) until reaching Duisburg and then turn right to land at Essen (EDLE). It is a VFR-only airport and is easily recognizable for its round hangar in which Blimps are built. We overfly Essen northbound and pass over the Zollverein Coalmine Industrial Complex. We head east and reach Dortmund. Founded around 882, Dortmund became an Imperial Free City. Throughout the 13th to 14th centuries, it was the "chief city" of the Rhine, Westphalia, and the Netherlands Circle of the Hanseatic League. During the Thirty Years' War, the city was destroyed and decreased in significance until the onset of industrialization. The city then became one of Germany's most important coal, steel and beer centers. The region has adapted since the collapse of its century-long steel and coal industries and shifted to high-technology biomedical technology, microsystems technology, and also services. Dortmund was classified as a Node city in the Innovation Cities Index published by 2thinknow, ranked among the twelve innovation cities in European Union, and is the most sustainable and digital city in Germany. With its central station and airport, the third-busiest airport in North Rhine-Westphalia, Dortmund is an important transport junction, especially for the surrounding Ruhr area as well the Benelux countries, and with the largest canal port in Europe, it has a connection to important seaports on the North Sea. Nearly half the municipal territory consists of waterways, woodland, agriculture, and green spaces with spacious parks. This stands in stark contrast with nearly a hundred years of extensive coal mining and steel milling in the past. Borussia Dortmund is one of the most successful German football clubs. We land at Dortmund Airport (EDLW). We continue east and make a quick stop at Arnsberg (EDLA) before continuing towards Paderborn (EDLP). Paderborn was founded as a bishopric by Charlemagne in 795, although its official history began in 777 when Charlemagne built a castle near the Pader springs. In 799 Pope Leo III fled his enemies in Rome and reached Paderborn, where he met Charlemagne and stayed there for three months. It was during this time that it was decided that Charlemagne would be crowned emperor. Charlemagne reinstated Leo in Rome in 800 and was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Leo in return. After the city was reconstructed in the 1940s and 1950s, Paderborn became a major industrial seat in Westphalia. The British Army retained a significant presence in the area until 2020 when British units were relocated back to the United Kingdom. Only a small training and enabling staff remain at Paderborn to facilitate temporary deployments to use the Sennelager Training Area. Paderborn is also home to Aerosoft. We head northeast and overfly the Externsteine, a distinctive sandstone rock formation. It is consisting of several tall, narrow columns of rock which rise abruptly from the surrounding wooded hills. The stones were used as the site of a hermitage in the Middle Ages, and by at least the high medieval period were the site of a Christian chapel. The Externsteine relief is a medieval depiction of the Descent from the Cross. It remains controversial whether the site was already used for Christian worship in the 8th to early 10th centuries. The next POI is the Hermannsdenkmal. The monument was constructed between 1838 and 1875 to commemorate the Cherusci war chief Arminius (in German, Hermann) and his victory over Rome at the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest in 9 AD. When the statue was built, its location was believed to be near the original battle site, although experts now consider it more likely that the battle took place near Kalkriese, about 100 km to the northwest. Our next landing is in Detmold (EDLJ). Now we head north and pass through the Porta Westfalica and reach Bückeburg. The Porta Westfalica, also known as the Westphalian Gap, is a gorge and water gap where the Weser river breaks through the passage between the mountain chains of the Wiehen Hills in the west and the Weser Hills (part of the Weser Uplands) in the east. Bückeburg is a former British garrison town and had a number of British residents until recently. Most of the British residents worked at the British Military Hospital (BMH) in Rinteln, or in the local English Prince Rupert School, also in Rinteln. The number of British military residents in Bückeburg decreased significantly in the late 1990s when BMH Rinteln closed down, however, the staff of Prince Rupert School was still based in Bückeburg until the closure of the school in July 2014. There is an interesting Helicopter Museum in Bückeburg. We land at Bückeburg Army Airfield (ETHB). With the foundation of the Bundeswehr in 1955, a decision was made that every branch of the Bundeswehr should have its own helicopter units, operating within the framework of the tasks designated to each branch of the armed forces. Thus, the German Army Aviation Corps was founded. The first training school, of this newly established branch of the German Army, the School of Army Aviation, was established in 1959 in Mendig but moved to its current location in Bückeburg in January 1960 and has been there ever since. Bückeburg Air Base is used by the German Army's School of Army Aviation as one of the bases for the practical instruction of its flying and non-flying personnel. Basic flying training of helicopter pilots of other components of the German Armed Forces also takes place at Bückeburg Air Base. Apart from the actual flight training, modern high-end flight simulators are extensively used during the training of future military helicopter pilots. Approximately 70 helicopters are permanently based at the airfield, 30 of which are used on a daily base for training. Initial training begins with the Eurocopter EC 135. During the second stage, prospective pilots are then instructed in flying the Bölkow Bo 105, medium transport helicopters NH-90, and Sikorsky CH-53G/GS. We continue east and overfly Castle Marienburg. It was built between 1851 and 1866 as a birthday present of King George V to his wife. Today it houses a museum, and offices, and can be booked for events. We turn north and reach Hannover, the capital state of Lower Saxony. The city is a major crossing point of railway lines and motorways, connecting European main lines in both the east-west (Berlin–Ruhr area/Düsseldorf/Cologne) and north-south (Hamburg–Frankfurt/Stuttgart/Munich) directions. Hannover Airport lies north of the city, in Langenhagen, and is Germany's ninth-busiest airport. The Hanover Fairground, owing to numerous extensions, especially for the Expo 2000, is the largest in the world. Hannover hosts annual commercial trade fairs such as the Hannover Fair and up to 2018 the CeBIT. The IAA Commercial Vehicles show takes place every two years. It is the world's leading trade show for transport, logistics, and mobility. We pass over Castle Herrenhausen and its famous Gardens. The next landing is at Hodenhagen (EDVH), a GA airfield. It is owned and operated by the local aero club. Our destination today is Uelzen (EDVU). Uelzen was a member of the Hanseatic League and is today a transport hub as it is conveniently situated at the east-west and north-east axis in Germany. Documentation Flightplans are here. Aircraft The flight has 270 miles and seven landings. Many airplanes will be suitable like the C-172, the Piper Arrow, or the DA40. Also, the Pipistrel would be a good choice. Cruising with about 120 kias is sufficient. I will be in the Piper Arrow III, please fly what you like. Additional Scenery All airports are in the default simulator. The add-ons below are recommended: Dortmund: www.bahrometrix.de/downloads/dortmund-als-komplettumsetzung/ Note: this download has three parts, the airport, the city, and another airfield. I suggest installing the airport EDLW only. Essen: http://www.bahrometrix.de/downloads/flughafen-essen-muelheim-edle/ Bueckeburg: https://flightsim.to/file/14894/ethb-heeresflugplatz-buckeburg Hodenhagen: https://flightsim.to/file/16585/edvh-hodenhagen Bonn-Hanmgelar: https://flightsim.to/file/13011/edkb-bonn-hangelar Aerosoft Paderborn: https://www.aerosoft.com/de/flugsimulation/news/msfs-dlc-aerosoft-airport-paderborn/lippstadt-update Arnsberg: https://flightsim.to/file/5827/arnsberg-menden-edla Detmold: https://flightsim.to/file/7225/edlj-flugplatz-detmold Externsteine: https://flightsim.to/file/25922/externsteine-im-teutoburger-wald Uelzen: https://flightsim.to/file/38048/edvu For a limited time, the complete package is available here (2.7 GB). Note that I did not include Dortmund City and the GA field from that package. Time and weather Please set your simulator for a 10 am departure. We try to use real weather. Multiplayer Particulars Date and time: Saturday, October 1, 2022. 1800 UTC Where: AVSIM RTWR Teamspeak - Casual Flights Channel Teamspeak Server Address: ts.teamavsim.com Microsoft Flight Simulator Multiplayer: United States East server. If you want to help others enjoy the multiplayer experience, don't forget to enter your aircraft details on the multiplayer spreadsheet (linked here). Your courtesy will save others a lot of time and effort. Thanks!
  2. OK, thanks Jeff. I'll give it another try. No luck. Same setup as yours but only black screens. TAA or not, DX11 or DX12, no difference.
  3. I tried to get the G3000 to work again in the King Air (or any other aircraft), but that failed. I get black screens, whether I use the WT Mod or not. A tipp from the forums to replace entries in the panel.cfg resulted in an simulator that would not start. I'll take the Honda Jet but would be interested, if your G3000 still works. Thank you!
  4. I did notice it. My landing light switch on the quadrant now works as well!
  5. Kiel Canal Bridge Inspection and Schleswig-Holstein Tour This flight will lead us around the German State of Schleswig-Holstein. One of the world's most frequented waterways is the Kiel Canal (German: Nord-Ostsee Kanal, until 1948 Kaiser Wilhelm Kanal) with about 32.000 ships (90 per day). When using the canal ships save about 250 nautical miles instead of going around Denmark and the Skagerak and Kattegat. We will overfly the canal from Brunsbüttel to Kiel and inspect every bridge! The departure airport is Hamburg-Finkenwerder (EDHI), home of one of the Airbus plants. We follow the river Elbe for a couple of miles and land at Uetersen (EDHE), a small GA airfield. The airport dates back to 1928 and was the departing airport for Mathias Rust, who later landed his C-172 at the Red Square in Moscow. Uetersen was home to the German Airforce Museum which is now located at Gatow, Berlin. We continue along the river Elbe and reach the western entrance of the Kiel Canal and our first Bridge [WP1] before landing at St. Michaelisdonn (EDXM), another small GA airfield with glider traffic. Now we start our bridge inspections. The next bridge is the Hochdonn Bridge [WP2], a double-track railroad bridge. Cars will have to take the ferry that runs right next to the bridge. Next up is the Hohenhörn Bridge [WP3], which was built for Autobahn 23 from 1984 to 1989. Only a few miles further we reach the Grünentaler Bridge [WP4]. The older bridge (constructed around 1892) was demolished and a new bridge was built around 1986. A single-track railroad and a two-lane road share the bridge. Our next landing is at Rendsburg-Schachtholm (EDXR). The airport saw its first landing in 1960. Today it houses the Pilot Training Center for Schleswig-Holstein. The only 24/7 Rescue Helicopter for Schleswig-Holstein is based here in Rendsburg-Schachtholm. The transport pilots from the nearby German Airforce Transport Wing in Hohn used to train short field operations at Rendsburg: Transall Touch and Go EDXR Rendsburg-Schachtholm - YouTube It’s time for some more bridges. About 5 miles from Rendsburg airport we reach the Rendsburg High Bridge [WP6]. All bridges across the Kiel Canal have to have a height of at least 130 feet, and this bridge is no exception. But it is not only a railway viaduct, it also has a suspension ferry below the bridge for cars and pedestrians. Its Gondola travels 20 feet above the canal. The suspension ferry was out of order from 2016 to this year following a collision of the gondola with a ship in 2016. Bridge and suspension ferry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0nBCc_dgSI Three miles further west we reach the Rader Bridge [WP7], which was built for Autobahn 7 and has a height of about 155 feet. Especially during winter, the bridge has to be closed at times as the high winds are too dangerous for smaller cars. We continue towards Kiel and reach the Levensauer Bridges [WP8]. The old Bridge was constructed around 1894. It was originally designed for the use of the railroad and road traffic. The bridge was closed for cars when a railroad crossed the bridge Later it was reworked and enlarged for simultaneous use of rail and road traffic. In 1984 the new bridge was opened for road traffic. Impressions from the Levensauer Bridges: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1cV0PD04sU The last bridges before we reach the eastern entrance of the Canal in Kiel are the Holtenau Bridges [WP9]. The oldest bridge here was erected around 1911 and demolished in 1992. During the preparation for the Olympic Games (Sailing competitions) a second bridge was built and opened in 1972. A very short video of the two bridges: holtenauer hochbrücken - YouTube We land at Kiel Airport (EDHK). From here we depart to overfly the harbor and the city and head north over the eastern shore to overfly the Laboe Naval Memorial. The monument originally memorialized the WWI dead of the Kaiserliche Marine, with the Kriegsmarine dead of WWII being added after 1945. In 1954 it was rededicated as a memorial for the sailors of all nationalities who were lost at sea and at the same time a memorial for peaceful sailing on open seas. The monument consists of a 72-meter-high (236 ft) tower topped by an observation deck. The deck stands a total of 85 m (279 ft) above sea level. A hall of remembrance and World War II-era German submarine U-995, which houses a technical museum, both sit near the foot of the monument, and the site is a popular tourist venue. U-995 is the world's only remaining Type VII U-boat. We head west, overfly Eckernförde, and land at the small GA airfield in Kropp (EDXC), just south of Schleswig Air Base. After our departure, we follow the Schlei, a small waterway connecting with the Baltic Sea. Then we head north and follow the Flensburg Foerde towards the harbor and city of Flensburg. After the fall of the Hanseatic League in the 16th century, Flensburg was said to be one of the most important trading towns in the Scandinavian area. Flensburg merchants were active as far away as the Mediterranean, Greenland, and the Caribbean. The most important commodities, after herring, were sugar and whale oil, the latter from whaling off Greenland. However, the Thirty Years' War put an end to this boom time. The town was becoming Protestant and thereby ever more German culturally and linguistically, while the neighboring countryside remained decidedly Danish. In the 18th century, thanks to the rum trade, Flensburg had yet another boom. Cane sugar was imported from the Danish West Indies (now the US Virgin Islands) and refined in Flensburg. Only in the 19th century, as a result of industrialization, was the town at last outstripped by the competition from cities such as Copenhagen and Hamburg. The rum produced in Flensburg then became re-integrated into West Indian trade routes, which as of 1864 moved away from the Danish West Indies to the British colony of Jamaica instead. It was imported from there, blended, and sold all over Europe. There is nowadays only one active rum distillery in Flensburg. In 1945, Admiral Karl Dönitz, who was briefly President (Reichspräsident) of word not allowed Germany once Adolf word not allowed had appointed him his successor and then killed himself, fled to Flensburg with what was left of his government. The so-called Flensburg government led by Karl Dönitz, which was in power from 1 May, the announcement of word not allowed's death, for one week, until German troops surrendered and the town was occupied by Allied troops. The regime was effectively dissolved on 23 May when the British Army arrested Dönitz and his ministers in Mürwik and detained them in the Navy School in Mürwik (German: Marineschule Mürwik). The dissolution was formalized by the Berlin Declaration which was promulgated on 5 June. Flensburg was, therefore, for a few weeks, the seat of the last Third Reich government. After the Second World War, the town's population broke the 100,000 mark for a short time, thereby making Flensburg a city (Großstadt) under one traditional definition. The population later sank below that mark, however. In the years after the Second World War, there was in South Schleswig, particularly in Flensburg, a strong pro-Danish movement connected with the idea of the "Eider Politics". Its goal was for the town and all or most of Schleswig, the whole area north of the Eider River, to be united with Denmark. After 1945, Flensburg's town council was for years dominated by Danish parties, and the town had a Danish mayor. The town profited from the planned location of military installations. Since the German Reunification, the number of soldiers has dropped to about 8,000. Since Denmark entered into the European Economic Community (now the European Union), border trade has played an important role in Flensburg's economic life. Some Danish businesses, such as Danfoss, have set up shops just south of the border for tax reasons. A walk through Flensburg: Flensburg | The Northernmost City of | Germany PART 2 - YouTube We land at Flensburg-Schäferhaus (EDXF). From here we head west and land at Leck (EDXK), until 1994 home of a German Airforce Reconnaissance Wing 52, flying RF-4E. Our next stop is the airport Wyk (EDXY) on the island of Föhr. Föhr had been part of mainland North Frisia until 1362. Then the coastline was destroyed by a heavy storm flood known as Saint Marcellus's flood and several islands were formed, Föhr among them. It is called "The Green Island" due to being sheltered from the storms of the North Sea by its neighboring islands Sylt and Amrum so Föhr's vegetation is thriving compared to other islands. It is 6.8 kilometers wide and 12 km long; the surface measures 82.82 km2. While the northern parts are marshland, the south consists of higher geestland. The highest elevation measures 13 m above mean sea level and is located on the geestland ridge between the villages of Nieblum and Midlum. The geest makes up about two-fifths of Föhr's total area and most villages are located there. In the marshlands, several solitary farmsteads can be found, which were moved out of the villages during the 1960s. Föhr, like its neighbor islands, is a popular tourist resort. From the ferry terminal, a sandy beach of about 15 km in length extends all along Föhr's southern shore and halfway up the western coast. North and northwest of Föhr the Reserved Area I of the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park is located. A tour around Föhr: Insel Föhr - Wyk auf Föhr - A Beautiful Island to Visit Part 1 // Germany-FÖHR - YouTube We overfly the Wadden Sea and make two landings at very popular tourist destinations, St.Peter Ording (EDXO) and Büsum (EDXB). Now we cross Schleswig-Holstein from west to east, visit the Grünental Bridge again and land at Neumünster (EDHN). We continue southeast, overfly the city of Lübeck and land at Lübeck-Blankensee (EDHL). Lübeck is famous for having been the cradle and the de facto capital of the Hanseatic League. Its city center is Germany's most extensive UNESCO World Heritage Site. While the city's symbol is the Holsten Gate, Lübeck's skyline is dominated by the seven towers of its five main churches St Mary's, Lübeck Cathedral, St Jacob's, St Peter’s, and St Giles'. The cathedral, finished around 1230, was the first large brickwork church in the Baltic region. St Mary's, finished in 1351, served as a model for the other Brick Gothic churches around the Baltic. It has the second-tallest two-steeples façade after Cologne Cathedral, which only surpassed it in 1880, the tallest brick vault, and is the second-tallest brickwork structure after St Martin's in Landshut. Lübeck is also known for Lübeck Marzipan. We turn west, make a short stop at Hartenholm (EDHM), and then head towards today’s destination, Hamburg’s International Airport (EDDH). Documentation: The flightplan can be found here. Aircraft: The route has 340 miles and 13 landings. We want to inspect the bridges and fly to small GA fields (except for the departure and destination airports), so we need a fast GA plane. I will be in an RV14, please fly what you like. Additional scenery: All airports are in the default simulator. There are many downloads available for this flight. A special thank you goes to all the developers who improve the basic simulator with their work. For this flight especially to michelvp, MrMo, and kielfjord for their sceneries! To enjoy the bridges, you want these addons, all from michelvp: Brunsbüttel Bridge Hochdonn Bridge Hohenhorn Bridge Grunentaler Bridge Rendsburg High Bridge Rader Bridge The Levensau and Holtenau Bridges are part of the EDHK Kiel package by MrMo (1.5 GB). To enjoy this scenery, some libraries/sceneries from kielfjord and some other developers are recommended: Kiel EDHK Lights Pack Kieler Förde Ships Baltic Coast Fix Western Baltic Buoyage AI Ships MP (kevair) Seaplane assets (30west) Moving boats library (superspud) Some small enhancements for some of our landings are provided with these addons: EDHE (wayne_EDHE) EDXR (Fux911) EDXC (Fux911) EDXF (MrMo) EDXY (Larkin) EDHN (MrMo) EDHI (LsA77) Two city sceneries could be downloaded: Flensburg (kielfjord) Note: This scenery is not compatible with the We Love VFR addons Lübeck (papierfranz) A special scenery addon shows the Wadden Sea at low tide, i.e. all sandbanks are visible. That is a remarkable change to the default scenery! North Frisian Sandbanks (mgk07) For a limited time, the whole package is available here (3.6 GB) Hamburg (DDH) is available from Aerosoft as payware. Time and Weather Please set your simulator for a 10 AM departure. We try real weather. A low ceiling shouldn’t be a problem as there are no mountains in Schleswig-Holstein. Multiplayer Particulars Date and time: Wednesday, August 24, 2022. 1800 UTC Where: AVSIM RTWR Teamspeak - Casual Flights Channel Teamspeak Server Address: ts.teamavsim.com Microsoft Flight Simulator Multiplayer: United States East server. If you want to help others enjoy the multiplayer experience, don't forget to enter your aircraft details on the multiplayer spreadsheet (linked here). Your courtesy will save others a lot of time and effort. Thanks!
  6. That's an alternative if the problem cannot be solved.
  7. The departure airport SBBE could be improved with this freeware: SBBE
  8. Installing any selectable season fails with this error or a similar error message. Automated seasons installed without an error, also the model assests. I reinstaaled it again, but the error with missing files remains. Any idea what is wrong here? Informationen über das Aufrufen von JIT-Debuggen anstelle dieses Dialogfelds finden Sie am Ende dieser Meldung. ************** Ausnahmetext ************** System.IO.DirectoryNotFoundException: Ein Teil des Pfades "D:\WpSystem\S-1-5-21-367756712-1005519628-1116471143-1003\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalCache\Packages\Community\Bijan Seasons - Summer N - Winter S\scenery\texture\BANANA-TREE_BANANA_TREE_BARK_BANANA_TRUNK__STEM_2_TR.PNG.DDS" konnte nicht gefunden werden. bei System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath) bei System.IO.File.InternalCopy(String sourceFileName, String destFileName, Boolean overwrite, Boolean checkHost) bei System.IO.FileInfo.CopyTo(String destFileName, Boolean overwrite) bei Bijan_Seasons.Home.CopyDirectory(String sourceDir, String destinationDir, Boolean recursive) bei Bijan_Seasons.Home.CopyDirectory(String sourceDir, String destinationDir, Boolean recursive) bei Bijan_Seasons.Home.CopyDirectory(String sourceDir, String destinationDir, Boolean recursive) bei Bijan_Seasons.Home.button2_Click(Object sender, EventArgs e) bei System.Windows.Forms.Control.OnClick(EventArgs e) bei System.Windows.Forms.Button.OnClick(EventArgs e) bei System.Windows.Forms.Button.OnMouseUp(MouseEventArgs mevent) bei System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseUp(Message& m, MouseButtons button, Int32 clicks) bei System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m) bei System.Windows.Forms.ButtonBase.WndProc(Message& m) bei System.Windows.Forms.Button.WndProc(Message& m) bei System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m) bei System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m) bei System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam) ************** Geladene Assemblys ************** mscorlib Assembly-Version: 4.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 4.8.4515.0 built by: NET48REL1LAST_C. CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v4.0.30319/mscorlib.dll. ---------------------------------------- Bijan Seasons Assembly-Version: 1.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 1.0.0.0. CodeBase: file:///C:/Eigene%20Programme/Bijan/Bijan%20Seasons.exe. ---------------------------------------- System.Windows.Forms Assembly-Version: 4.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 4.8.4515.0 built by: NET48REL1LAST_C. CodeBase: file:///C:/windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Windows.Forms/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Windows.Forms.dll. ---------------------------------------- CreativeControls Assembly-Version: 1.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 1.0.0.0. CodeBase: file:///C:/Eigene%20Programme/Bijan/CreativeControls.DLL. ---------------------------------------- System Assembly-Version: 4.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 4.8.4536.0 built by: NET48REL1LAST_C. CodeBase: file:///C:/windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.dll. ---------------------------------------- System.Drawing Assembly-Version: 4.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 4.8.4390.0 built by: NET48REL1LAST_C. CodeBase: file:///C:/windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Drawing/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Drawing.dll. ---------------------------------------- System.Configuration Assembly-Version: 4.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 4.8.4190.0 built by: NET48REL1LAST_B. CodeBase: file:///C:/windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Configuration/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Configuration.dll. ---------------------------------------- System.Core Assembly-Version: 4.0.0.0. Win32-Version: 4.8.4536.0 built by: NET48REL1LAST_C. CodeBase: file:///C:/windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Core/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Core.dll. ---------------------------------------- System.Xml Assembly-Version: 4.0.0.0. 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CodeBase: file:///C:/windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Windows.Forms.resources/v4.0_4.0.0.0_de_b77a5c561934e089/System.Windows.Forms.resources.dll. ---------------------------------------- ************** JIT-Debuggen ************** Um das JIT-Debuggen (Just-In-Time) zu aktivieren, muss in der Konfigurationsdatei der Anwendung oder des Computers (machine.config) der jitDebugging-Wert im Abschnitt system.windows.forms festgelegt werden. Die Anwendung muss mit aktiviertem Debuggen kompiliert werden. Zum Beispiel: <configuration> <system.windows.forms jitDebugging="true" /> </configuration> Wenn das JIT-Debuggen aktiviert ist, werden alle nicht behandelten Ausnahmen an den JIT-Debugger gesendet, der auf dem Computer registriert ist, und nicht in diesem Dialogfeld behandelt. Thanks for any help
  9. Thanks for the response Bad_T. It is really strange as the wrong installation can be reproduced. But it happens only if I install that airport outside the community folder, inside the blank or whatever does not appear.
  10. OK, the program Total Commander solved the problem. It seems that the installer generates a blank at the end of the folder. Addon Linker has a problem reading that.
  11. Hi, I installed a new airport and opened addon linker afterwards. The tool came with an error that it could not read the path of that airport. I then uninstalled the airport again. The error remained and it turned out that the airport in question was indeed uninstalled but the empty folder remained and cannot be deleted. I tried the various tipps from the net like copying the folder with the same name and then deleting the original one or archiving it with the command to delete the archived data, nothing helps, this one folder cannot be deleted. The tool unblocker did not help as well. I could live with that but addon linker starts with the error and refuses to work. All links are gone and every attempt to set a new link results in an unhandled exception error. I seems I need help in two areas: how to delete the folder and/or how do I get addon linker to ignore that read error and start working again. Any help is appreciated!
  12. That could have been the problem, I deleted that after I uninstalled the airplane.
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