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  1. TP slow to load

    In the User Manual located in the Tile Proxy folder in your FSX there are some troubleshooting tips regarding this: "Some Frequent Problems & Solutions" and "Troubleshooting & Maintenance". Also try reinstalling using Pat Garrets tips http://tileproxy.eklablog.com/tileproxy-guide-english-version-a125263210. Hope this helps.
  2. TP slow to load

    FSX can still run smooth on lower target frame rate limits - the tiles load better. Christian Buchner (he made TP) recommends setting 12-18.
  3. TP slow to load

    Just a few thoughts – you've probably tried them already. Have you checked your target frame limit in FSX hasn't defaulted to 'unlimited' somehow? Maybe set FIBER_FRAME_TIME_FRACTION higher e.g. 1.33? (I know they say it doesn't matter if you're using a multi-core processor, but personally, to me, it makes a difference - with TP anyway). Have a look what's happening in the TP command prompt box see if there are any errors there?
  4. Configuring ProxyUser.ini

    Hi, Jetairways, Ed Truthan's site is an excellent place to start - he breaks it down to make it simple to follow - www.edtruthan.com/tileproxy/tutorial. Also there's only one free map service now - you can find the latest version here http://aviation.alla....com/tileproxy/ Regards, Ian
  5. Just been trying Just Flight's Revolution X and I'm pretty impressed! It loads up AutoGen for the UK in TileProxy that's well placed and looks sweet. You also get building lighting at dusk/dawn/night that looks good. You also get the option to load it into VFR GenX photo scenery. Must admit I wasn't expecting it to be so hot, but I was pleasantly surprised :smile: .
  6. Hi Slowhand, Yes, that was my conclusion also. There is one other possibility that works - the one we're not supposed to use..... Funnily enough, I encountered the stuttering problem you mentioned in your last post. I've been DX10 enabled for a long time & I thought I'd go back to DX9 for a bit. As soon as I did I got stuttering. Your FSX Fiber Accelerator fix worked a treat, but I thought that this stuttering shouldn't be happening in the first place. The only way it would run smooth was frame rate 'unlimited', but that's no good for Tile Proxy. Anyway, I fixed it with [bufferPools] UsePools=0. There are other configuations of pool sizes & reject thresholds that might work also. See: www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/showthread.php?44197-RejectThreshold-Tweak-Replacement-for-No-BufferPool and http://airdailyx.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/fsxcfg-tweak-review-bufferpools.html p.s. is there only you & me on this forum?!! Regards, Ian
  7. Still small stutters?

    Hi Slowhand, Did you check your CPU usage while running FSX with Tile Proxy? I had the same problem & got around it by making sure FSX was using all the cores & disabling core parking - both can be done using using Process Lasso. Also if you have hyperthreading - use it. For the blurries I set FIBER_FRAME_TIME_FRACTION to 2.33 & use FSPS FSX Booster 2013 everything became crystal clear! Regards, Ian