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jeansy

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  1. i would grab the open beta library, Jorge has been updating as people post their finding so its greater than 90% compatible with p3d

    however we recommend if you encounter a problem with missing objects or distorted objects please post it in the open beta thread


  2. 4 hours ago, Peter Marsh said:

    Hi Jorge

    Just getting back into simming and have switched over to P3D so I may be a little confused.

    I have read the entire thread but I am unable to locate the add-on.xml file 

    Have placed everything in the folder described above.

    now I cannot get it to activate in P3D

    Thanks in Advance

    Peter

    you do not need to use the addon.xml, ozx can be added the fsx way by just adding the scenery library

    i would avoid doing that way until you are familiar, many developers dont use that method as it can cause strain on the cpu looking external to the root directory for addons, particularly if have p3d in another drive than c:

    but if you want to try the latest fad/craze its located in your C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4 just remember you also need to create a addon.xml for oxz

    its one haf doz the other, but it has been linked to cpu strain and noting the installer installs into several folders, it kinda defeats the purpose

     

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