Jude

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  1. Are you sure you're using 4.3 version of Prepar3D? Not beside the PC at the moment so I cannot test (in work).
  2. Jude

    Update Oslo to 1.13

    shows 1.13 for me.
  3. Prague can be still installed into version 4 without issues. You need to just follow the pinned topic on the Mega-Thread.
  4. I thought the smiley coffee cup was great!
  5. If this is the issue where there are the original fsx textures showing at the same time as the UK2000 version, it's a known issue with ORBX. You need to delete or rename some Orbx files - ADE_FTX_ENG_EGCCADE_FTX_ENG_EGCC_CVX https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/485238-with-orbx-england-default-type-airport-buildings-appear-in-uk2000-egcc/
  6. Jude

    Dublin Ground Textures

    In real-life, a new runway is being planned. https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2018/0625/973083-daa-runway/
  7. Never mind that, it's the Irish leprechaun ground handling one that has me in stitches.
  8. Jude

    PFPX - Unable to find route

    Hello Ray, You can right-click on the rar and select extract. I've done this on many occasion.
  9. Jude

    EDDT

    Normally, you just extract the zip files and paste to your addon scenery folder and start X-Plane.
  10. Jude

    Köln/Bonn airport preview

    I have only one huge complaint to make about this scenery. It's not X-Plane. I'm trying to wean myself off P3D onto X-Plane totally, and you're not helping in the least!
  11. Jude

    Airport Rome misses the Terminal

    For a conversion, the price is a bit high considering a lot of customers would have probably already bought the files used in Prepar3d already. This approach falls a bit below the standard we would expect from Aerosoft. (don't get me wrong, I already bought this software, but we expect a new version of this software, with the contoured runways and new product, rather than a conversion.