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  1. Yup, the ground photo is a mess. Had the same problem with SunSkyJet KPHL but deleted a file there and that fixed it (kphl). I tried Vector elevation correction tool and that partly worked but still the whole airport is up on a plateau. I think that if there is no solution, I'll put this one back in its box. Never was much good and I only wanted to try it with the new ORBX LCAfrica. Maybe with the new interest in Africa, someone may come up with a better rendition. Chris.
  2. Did this elevation problem ever get resolved ?? Having the same with the supposed P3Dv4 SP2 version. Chris. .
  3. Get your Dynamic Lighting here from iniBuilds. https://www.inibuilds.com/dl-indonesia
  4. I just installed ORBX Kos and all my trees disappeared. I removed the Autogen lines in the Add-on.xml file and deleted the Autogen folder. Now I have my trees back. Chris.
  5. Come on Guys, Axel wants some help with his installation, not what addon to go out and buy ! Geezz Axel, if you go to your weather page and user defined you should see a compass where you can drag the little red pointer to the wind direction you want. I'm not on my sim pc right now and going by memory.
  6. You'll have to use Nemos's solution above. You have to get the latitude and longitude from Google Earth for the middle of the airport in question. Then convert those coordinates to decimal Lat, Long. Tools on the web to do that https://www.latlong.net/degrees-minutes-seconds-to-decimal-degrees Then plug those numbers into Nemo's formula above. I made an Excel spread sheet to arrive at the solution. Just have to be careful of the final .bgl format and the 0 (zero) separators. Then change the extension of the bgl file to off. Done it many times and works a treat. Chris.
  7. Doh !! Wasn't logged in !
  8. Where can I find the .ini file ?? The download link says it is unavailable. I would like to give it a try.
  9. What the he!! is "FSAILR" when it is at home. The way some of you guys write makes what you are saying incomprehensible. I guess it is an American thing. Chris,,, in Australia !
  10. Migratory birds have been doing this for thousands of years. Guess we are slow learners. 😉
  11. I had a similar problem. Not only I couldn't download from some sites, I could not connect to some Windows 7 machines on the network at work. I got the same security error. I eventually solved the problem by changing a registry security setting. Just change the Dword to a 1 at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters\AllowInsecureGuestAuth Seems there is a Microsoft error in some of the Windows 10 builds. I did this at he beginning of the year and have not had a problem since. Could be worth a try, if it doesn't work, just switch the dword back to a 0. Chris.
  12. I have been using Pilot's Global NG Ultimate for a while now and have not noticed any performance loss. I only activate the area I'm flying in, and that reduces the load time, and I haven't noticed any "poping". One thing is , I have had to disable some cells so as the mesh will fit correctly with Imaginesim KATL, FSDreamteam KLAS, and the Orbx mountain air strips in the highlands of Papua & New Guinea. If I remember rightly, there were 5 cells I had to shut off to be compatible with my system. Otherwise, all good. Chris.
  13. You don't say what you were trying to install ?? It is entirely possible (and easy) to install Windows 7 on modern hardware, ie NVME and usb3, and use UEFI on a GPT partition. See my signature. Chris.
  14. Rockliffe said above, I would suggest that that statement is a breach of Australian Law, ORBX is an Australian company. The ACCC deems software, in any form of delivery, as "goods", and thus the consumer has the full protection of Australia Law. Steam (Valve) found out the hard way with a fine of $1.2 million AU, (as far as I can remember). You can read about Australian Consumer Law at the ACCC website here, https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/consumer-rights-guarantees/repair-replace-refund See the Steam / Valve case here, https://lawpath.com.au/blog/digital-games-can-i-get-a-refund
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