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  1. Yes but only AFTER it has done so. In this case it removes an important and 100% safe bit of software without asking the customer (using default settings). We now talked to Norton and as expected they say it is collateral damage and stuff happens. As Norton users agree to software behaving like that we do not even have the option to take legal steps. Perhaps we should build something in the next AES that prevents NIS from starting and tell Norton that stuff happens. See how they like that.
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  2. Du scheinst da exklusives Wissen zu haben, das mir bislang nicht zugänglich ist. Düsseldorf ist nach wie vor als MegaAirport geplant und wird kommen.
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  3. I'm running FSX fully patched with the latest version of Luxembourg airport. In the screenshot you can see what I see; misplaced buiuldings and Mesh problems that render ELUS useless. I know I'm probably one of the few with this problem, which makes it even weirder. here's what I installed into FSX: REX GEX UT:Europe X I didn't install a third party freeware scenery for ELLX or Mesh for Luxembourg. After redownloading and reinstalling the result is still the same. Tests were with the default Ultralight and the Maddog 2008. Problem happened with both aircraft. Any idea what's going on here? 2009-12-26_11-46-39-234.BMP 2009-12-26_11-26-1-234.BMP
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  4. Hey, After increasing mesh resolution to 2m (as was hinted at in the manual... can't believe I didn't see that), the terminal problem was solved, and also in Luxembourg City problems were solved. Not all, though, and new problems were introduced. I included some screenshots of that. You'll see the train is now okay, but the surround bridges have problems, although the river now flows under the bridge, which is good. The castle is still partly stuck in the hill, though. Also, I identified the entry "UTE Airports" in the scenery library, to be the one big troublemaker concerning the ELLX taxiways and runways. If you enable UTE Airports, the taxiways and runways loose some textures, and here and there you'll notice multiple airplanes at one gate/parking. Turning it off fixes these problems. So, turns out that Ultimate Terrain is part of the problem...
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  5. I will give it a look. I hope you're right and it will solve this final problem.
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  6. That seems highly unlikely to me, because... ...crap. I forgot completely about MyTrafficX. It installs AFCAD files, as a replacement for the default ones. I should have deactivated it, but I always forget. -.- I'll post after I have deactived it, to let you know how ELLX looks afterwards. For the rest, I did find one small tiny thing, that probably will already be fixed with the next update, but here goes: takeoff from ELLX, in a way the passenger terminal is on you left hand. After takeoff, flying over the runway approach lights, there is this bridge, right? It goes over the highway. There are some tiny purple dots on the highway, but only at night. UPDATE: Well, the building placement was fixed, but other problems were introduced. Taxiways and the runway that think into the ground at one side of ELLX, and I just saw how at the entrance side of the passenger terminal there are problems with the mesh. If you want, I can post some screenshots.
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  7. Thanks for replying, I have the file you mentioned, and I have activated in the library: Luxembourg Airports " Terrain " Traffic " Landmarks VFR-Airfields Library European Landmarks In that order, with the Airports being at the top, Landmarks being the lowest in the library.
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  8. Hi Benjamin, The problem with ELUS is known, and I already have the solution. It will be included in the next Update beginning of 2010. The Building in ELLX is not known. Do you have the Luxembourg Traffic folder active? Do you have the following file in your Luxembourg Airports/Scenery folder. FSX_LUX_exc.bgl Thanks
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