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  1. Herman, thank you for your kind words. My personal opinion: 1. Flight excitement and immersion is a matter of landscape scenery quality and not a matter of the latest sim version number or PBR on airport ground vehicles. So instead of wasting my money for new sims and new computers to run these new sims I prefer to spend my money in photorealistic landscape sceneries. I thought that a publisher like Aerosoft should like this way of investment? 2. I know that few companies and many influencers try to persuade us that FSX is dead. But when I see which sceneries are available for Germany and other European countries (still bad quality - not to speak about Asia, South America, Africa) I think that P3D, XP11, and Aerofly FS2 (each very good sims!) will be dead next year. Their users will massively change to the new MSFS, as I suppose. Many developers and publishers might be happy then, that there are still so many "old fashioned" FSX users left . . . So it might be a good idea to give a sign, that Germany and other European countries are not forgotten, that there will be new photorealistic sceneries to keep your customers. But this is only my personal opinion. @all: Pictures of the North of Germany: Very romantic Schwerin Castle Famous Island RΓΌgen - ferry harbour Sassnitz (Baltic Port Rail Mukran) Baltic Port Rail Mukran: equipped with rails with European gauge 1435mm and Russian and Baltic gauge 1520 mm (!) Putbus on the island RΓΌgen Panorama Circus in Putbus Yes, there is a lot to see in Germany. Just imagine to have a good photorealistic scenery . . .
  2. Yes, very nice! Very nice _again_ ! Is this TrueEarth GB or Just Flight VFR Real Scenery NexGen 3D?
  3. Ten years ago the last volume of VFR Germany was released by Aerosoft, so this series was complete: West, North, South, East. So let's say Happy Birthday and thank you Aerosoft for this progressive scenery. Nevertheless it would be fine to have a new version soon. Starting in EDDT - Berlin-Tegel Spandau "Zitadelle" Spandau Station Staaken Seegefeld - Herlitz Heading West Marshalling yard Wustermark Dallgow Village and Outlet Center Wustermark Heading South to Potsdam Potsdam Sanssouci Potsdam Sanssouci Potsdam Station Heading back to Berlin Grunewald Avus and ICC Charlottenburg Castle "Zoologischer Garten" and "Tiergarten" Bellevue, Kanzleramt, Reichstag, Potsdamer Platz I would like to add some more pictures time by time. Everybody feel welcome to join to congratulate! Torsten
  4. Aharon, do you have a full backup from your system before installing OrbX sceneries? Then I would try to go back to this image. It's not good to run OrbX-sceneries and non-OrbX-sceneries together. It might work if you don't have too much sceneries. But I've read from many peoples about several complications when mixing OrbX and non-OrbX.
  5. Hello Aharon, normally (if you don't have any OrbX files) it's very easy to install photorealistic sceneries like Megascenery, France VFR, Austria HD Professional and others: you just run the installer of the scenery and everything is fine. Normal photorealistic sceneries are complete with Mesh, so that you don't need any other addons. If the sceneries are from the same developer, they perfectly fit together, so that you don't have any irritations with several sceneries and the order in the FSX scenery library doesn't matter. If you have photorealistic sceneries from _different_ regions and different developers there is also no problem - they don't interfere and therefor fit together and the order in the FSX scenery library doesn't matter. If you also use airport sceneries then you just move these airport sceneries to the top in the FSX scenery library. That's it. Very easy! But if you also have OrbX sceneries there might be several complications. I hope you get some good advices from OrbX users (I'am not πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ ). Otherwise you might try this: - First make a full backup ("image") from your computer system (all drives) on an external hard disk drive. It's allways good to make a full backup from time to time, so this is no waste of time. - Then you should deactivate all OrbX sceneries in the FSX scenery library (not delete - only deactivate). - Then you can install your Megascenery-addons, so that they are on top in the FSX scenery library. - If needed, you should move your airport addons to the top of scenery lib. If this works you can enjoy your photorealistic sceneries. (If it does not work, you can go back to your fullbackup / image.) At last you might activate your OrbX sceneries step by step - each step intensively testing if there are any complications. Good luck Torsten P.S.: Please everybody, correct me if I wrote something wrong.
  6. SeaWorld San Diego (Sorry, this time you can't see a whale in my screenshot πŸ˜‰ . . . . . . but maybe a giant turtle in the left upper corner πŸ˜‰) Good old Beaver (FSX default), started at Torrey Pines (CA84)
  7. Wow! I like the take-off scene very much. It's looking like RL spotting. The clouds and the sky are fantastic: it's a very romantic "I'm a poor lonesome cowboy in the sky" atmosphere. So it's good to have a reliable horse under your saddle πŸ˜‰ And the landing scenes again are very realistic like RL spotting. Unbelievable that it's FS9? No - it's not a trick, it's from @edetroit πŸ˜‰
  8. @kroswynd Very attractive pictures! Impressive lighting and immersive bush pilots atmosphere πŸ™‚ Another proof of your great talent! Last weekend I enjoyed all the competitions of the last months and year(s). It was a great pleasure to admire all your fantastic screenshots from this long period. You are a genious and great artist! Thank you very much for your engagement to create and present these wonderful flightsim appetizers! It's a pity to have only one like button!
  9. Yes, @edetroit is one of my FS heroes who showed me and still show me, that it's not important which FS do you use, but much more important which addons do you have. So instead of buying a new high-tech PC every 3 -5 years to be able to run the newest FS version I spend my money on wonderful photorealistic sceneries. So thanks to these guys like Edetroit I'm still very happy and satisfied with my FSX and hope that this FS will reliably serve me for some other ten years.
  10. Very, very nice! Stunning impressive and real looking atmosphere πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Could be an advertising clip for the new MS FlightSimulator!
  11. Can you see the whale in the screenshot? Guadeloupe, FSX (For full size and full resolution of the scenery, please click on the screenshot.) By the way: I would like to thank all the developers who gave us these wonderful sceneries. Personally, I don't need a new FlightSimulator from MS, because I want to stay able to fly offline and I want to keep my superb collection of addons. And I would appreciate to continue buying fine photorealistic sceneries in the quality as shown above. There are many most interesting regions: the Caribbean Islands, Germany, Croatia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Indonesia and so on. So dear developers, please don't worry about the new FS from MS - there is enough to do for the existing sims FSX/P3D, X-Plane, Aerofly FS2. I hope I don't get misunderstood.
  12. Yes, Swiss Alps are also very fascinating πŸ™‚ There are a lot of fantastic places on our beautiful planet πŸ™‚ And there are many really good photorealistic sceneries, payware and freeware. Can't wait to see you joining the club of photorealistic simmers πŸ™‚πŸ™‚πŸ™‚
  13. I just realized that on the second picture you can see a lot of "lane dividers" formed by the former glacier: (Please click on the picture to get a bigger size and better resolution.) Maybe I'm wrong, but I think it's obvious, isn't it? In the still existing part of the glacier you can see new born "lane dividers" . . .
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