Monday, July 8, 2013

Lognes-Emerainville released!

FSX. FranceVFR has just released Lognes-Emerainville! The scenery can be used independently or in addition to Paris PhotoHD without modification. It is also compatible with Truelandscape Simulation Data. It is also designed to adapt to any type of terrain (mesh) installed which leaves the question, how well will it work with FTX Global! Hmmm...
(not compatible with P3D)


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7 comments:

Snijboon said...

I cannot believe that companies are releasing products that are not compatible with P3D. That's seriously lacking market vision.

xavierp said...

just because the scenery isn't made with prepar3D in mind doesn't mean it won't be compatible...
I got all my fsx sceneries running with prepar3D just fine.... including dangerous airports from aerosoft which I really though wouldn't work. I just used the fsx/prep3D tool and the aerosoft launcher with that tool fooling the registry activated...; all went smooth so i doubt this one won't work
I'll ask laurent and get back to u guys

DAndre Newman said...

Which is why I was so surprised. I also used the tool from FS Estonia. Sadly though, P3D kept going CTD every time I selected the airport. I did all the usual things one might do to troubleshoot incliding removing files one by one. Worked on it 3 hours and gave up.

ALX WNT said...

the chances you'll get OOM in P3D is higher than FSX. There is still time to switch to P3D from FSX.

DAndre Newman said...

I don't get OOM's in P3D. Haven't seen one in months.

xavierp said...

Well in that case DAndre, thank you for warning us. I was going to get this airport for prepar3D and your warning permitted to me not to make a mistake. I only fly P3D nowadays ...
this is weird
Oh well....

Anonymizer said...

Why would the chances of an OOM in P3D be higher? That doesn't make sense at all.

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