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    • Ok thanks, i found the topic but not using the FORUM here. The search engine process in this Forum, not very helpful. I did the search straight from Google.     A330 Issue with arc range not showing on NAV Display, see below........fix If you have the newest NVIDIA Driver => Right Mouse Button on your Dashboard => Select NVIDIA Control Panel => In the left column select Manage 3D settings => Then in the main column  select the tab "Program Settings" => Now you can open the menu "Select a program to customize" - Select here "Prepar 3D (prepar3d.exe) Now you get a list with "Feature" on the left &  "Setting" on the right. It looks like NVIDIA inserted the NVIDIA-Inspector in the driver software. I was not aware of this.  To get the issues fixed with the range rings, you have to switch OFF "Antialasing Transparency"  To get a little sharper vision select the first top entry "Image Sharpening", set it to on and move the sliders to: Sharpen: 0.28 Grain: 0,17 Than select "Apply" in the bottom right corner. This solves the range ring problem and gives you a real nice sharp look of the instruments (in all aircraft btw). Try playing around with the sliders a bit. Its worth trying.        Kin M.
    • I purchased the A320 and A321 professional a few days a go and for the last couple of days I have been troubleshooting why the aircraft comes up with memory issues just seconds into the simulation. I thought I would post this in case there are others trying to fix the memory issues as well.   First P3D V5 is still new and will probably take a few patches to get things 100%. One issue is the amount of memory used at this stage..... that will get fixed. The other issue is that Reallight and Trueglass are still in beta so a likely source to look at.   Today I have the Airbus A320 and A321 working well on my computer. This is how I did it.   While I absolutely love the rain effect on the windscreen this is an area which is using a lot of memory. I hadnt noticed until I made all the following changes but there is an option in settings for rain effect. Turn it off and see oif it helps.   If it does not help, go to the folder where you installed the airbus and , after changing the search options to search within each file, search at the top for every file that contains the word     panel.cfg This will bring up 24 files.   Edit each file from top to bottom of the list. In earch file search for glass and you will find the following line gauge67=TrueGlass!Core,0,0,1,1   Change this to  //gauge67=TrueGlass!Core,0,0,1,1 Save the file and go to the next one. Once all 24 files have been changed, go back into Prepar3d V5 and test the airbus a320 or a321.   With a little luck you will no longer have the message about running out of memory.   If this works and you then decide to run Truesky within Prepar3d and you run out of memory then you need to disable Truesky . Once disabled Prepar3d V5 should work with the airbuses in V5.   Hopefully when memory and performance issues are resolved with P3D V5 then we can use Trueglass and Truesky options again.      
    • Hi I have just purchased Heathrow Professional for P3DV4.5  to replace UK2000's Heathrow Xtreme. To my surprise and delight I noticed in the manual that there are three different runway settings. The meaning off "Take off north/landing south and take off south/landing north" is self evident. Would I be right in assuming  that "Take off both/landing both" means that the selection of runways is based on the time of the day? If not could someone enlighten me on exactly what it means? Thanks and regards Nixon Thomas 
    • Hello,    I tried to run the tool you sent me, but it took me to your main page and gave the following error: "This attachment is not available. It may have been removed or the person who shared it may not have permission to share it to this location." Also, I'm not sure how to get a fresh P3D cfg file since the sim is already installed on my computer. But I've attached a copy of the cfg file for your review. I haven't changed it, but maybe you can find something that's wrong with it. As for my hardware, here it is:    Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 3950X Processor (16x 3.5GHZ/64MB L3 Cache)   Memory: 128 GB [32 GB x4] DDR4-3200 Memory Module - G.SKILL Trident Z (RGB LED)   Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080TI SUPER -118GB GDDR6 - GIGABYTE GAMING OC (VR-Ready)   Regards,   Jaime    Prepar3D.cfg
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