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The aircraft looks absolutely fabulous, but I am a bit confused. Have ALL the original MS Gooses (Geese?) been modified? Can I do an uninstall, there does not appear to be an uninstall command anywhere? My ultimate objective is that I only want to retain about 2 or 3 of the aircraft in my library, and I want to be sure that these are the REDUX versions. (I know how to eliminate the aircraft I don't want). Nigel Vancouver
Maurizio Computers sometime can get very exasperating and I am very confused! I rid my Death Valley scenery folder of my ADE file and restored the original OZ ADE file – now the aircraft was 7 feet below the ground surface! No other modified files of mine were around except I have FSGenesis mesh, layered below the Death Valley mesh, and the UTX USA scenery. I cannot understand why things have changed from your original. So - I uninstalled then re-installed the Death Valley scenery (leaving the mesh scenery unaltered) – with this new install the aircraft and the runway were still 7feet below ground level, so I really cannot explain why it had not reverted to the way it was when I first opened this scenery for a flight, ie the runway being about 2 feet above the ground. Next step was to create a new ADE file with the elevation 7 feet above the elevation in the OZ ADE file; now the runway and aircraft were visible but like the original setup, above the ground by about 2 feet. So I then made an SBuilderX flatten file to the same elevation as my ADE file and voilá! the runway and ground level are the same, albeit the airport is sitting on a plateau, which could be extended spatially so that it would not be so apparent. If you wish, I can send these two files to you. Regards Nigel Vancouver
WinZip payware would not work for me but 7-zip did. Scenery looks great but at Furnace Creek the runway is 2.15ft above trhe ground level; I tried to correct with ADE but couldn't get it to work properly Nigel Vancouver ps any ETA for Pacific Northwest?