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Guest hcornea

YABA Albany Patch

Question

This was raised just as the server was transferred, so the original thread was lost.

 

YABA might need a redo (when Squeeker's pc IS UP AND GOING) but this file will get rid of the abberant trees and traffic on the runway threshold

 

This file will probably still be needed then ...

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

 

1. Download and unzip the file

2. Shutdown FSX

3. Place the bgl file in

...\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\OZx\OZX_AUS\Scenery

4. Restart FSX

 

Trees and cars should be gone.

http://aussiex.org/ozxteamII/OZxFiles/icr_YABA_RoadExclude_CVX.zip

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Thanks for this. Has always been a nuisance.

Mike B

Edited by MDPB

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The trees and cars have gone, but now what I've got is cars driving on the fields :P Doesn't matter!

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Interesting. All I've got on the "field" is a tractor cutting the grass to the east of the strip. Otherwise all OK.

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I've always had the tractor doing its work and now the cars are fixed, thanks to this patch. Cheers for that.

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Hi,

Yesterday I was using OZx Airfield Launcher Program" to fly to various Victoria Australia strips.

At one strip near the mouth of the Port PHIllip Bay (Melbourne), I had cars in a paddock running alongside a grass strip.

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