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    • Hi Herman,        Thanks for the info, I will have to give it a try.        Larry
    • My apologies to Herman for butting in, but I just saw this thread and thought I'd offer some things in hopes that it would be of benefit to you:   So I just installed and tested this scenery, and I have no issue with the AI Aircraft or anything else.  There was no need at all to use the Vector Airport Elevation Correctgion tool with this scenery (which means that Global Vector did not change the altitude for this airport).    The good news is this brings us a little closer to helping you figure out what the issue is on your system, and in fact it's highly likely that you're suffering from one of two issues:   1. You previously installed an freeware or payware AFCAD or some scenery that covers the GLCP airport, and even if you uninstalled the AFCAD or scenery there is still an AFCAD file present, it's almost for certain it's a higher priority than the Aerosoft Scenery, and that is what is messing with your AI Aircraft height.   2. You are running an AI Traffic Program that has installed an AFCAD for this airport, and that AFCAD the altitude is what you're AI Aircraft are reading.  I think this is the most likely possibility, though I don't know if you're running an AI Traffic program.  The worst offender I know of for this issue is MyTraffic, but regardless of which software you might have a quick Google Search will provide you with instructions on how to resolve this.   After looking at the manual for this product I notice that we didn't include any notes about AI Traffic Programs and ORBX, so I'll try and get that information added to the manual.   Looking forward to hearing back from you!      
    • P3D im Verzeichnis  c:\Prepar3D v4\   und OPC in c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\ mit dem Inhalt: c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\Changelog.txt c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\OpsCenterUpdater.exe c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\PMDG.ico c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\PMDG Operations Center.exe c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\PMDG_Icon.ico c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\PMDG-OC-Manual.pdf c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\Product Module 737NGX.dll c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\Product Module 777.dll c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\Product Module J41.dll c:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\Settings.dat   Installation als Administrator ausgeführt, Virenscanner ausgeschaltet.   Werde mich wohl an PDMG wenden müssen    
    • In-game screenshots are simple, just hit the "V" key, then look in your pictures folder for them. Do check to ensure the format is .jpg, as that's the most compact and easiest for others to see. Here's the menu item:  
    • Hi,        I don't know how to do an in game screenshot so I took several pictures with my camera.        Thanks,      Larry
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