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  1. Hey there, Recently I bought LOWI and now I have no runway markings or the true textures on the ground (see screenshots). I tried several things: - Disable and restoring Envdir settings, reinstallation without 'Airport' textures - moving Envtex in scenery library below the airport - verifying LOWI files in Orbx Central - checked the 'add-on.xml' I usually save all my add-on.xml's in the default Documents / Add-Ons folder for P3D5. I also moved the .xml over from the installation folder of LOWI to a separate folder in Documents, so the content within the file is still the same except the paths which I pointed to the install. directory (see screenshot). For layering and managing all my scenery I use the Lorby-SI Organizer, but LOWI is one of the first entries in scenery order (high priority). Within the scenery settings I set 'FTX Global Mode; P3D v4 Dynamic Night Lighting' and rest all default. Boxes for example static aircraft are all ticked. Sim is Prepar3D v5.1 HF1. Basic Add-Ons I always use: Global Base + FTX Vector + Trees HD + Buildings HD + TerraFlora v2 + openLC Africa Mesh and Photoreal + openLC mesh South America ActiveSky P3D + ASCA (currently using EA in sim) Envtex + Envshade AIG Traffic + AI Companion GSX + Level 2 SODE In another thread here in the forum I read something about a connection between this issue and ObjectFlow but I haven't installed it yet. Do I need ObjectFlow for the airport textures? Thank you very much! Kind regards Edit - Update: I tried it and installed ObjectFlow now and it seems to work. Now I have beautiful textures in Innsbruck but would be nice if you overtake this step to the manual because there I haven't found any requirement to install ObejctFlow. Regards
  2. Not sure if I am in the correct area of the forum? P3dV5 using True Earth Great Britain South and the trees are totally unrealistic See the picture, they are way too green. All help appreciated please Thank you Chann
  3. It seems to be an issue referencing this: E/SCN: Unable to load object file: Custom Scenery/Orbx_OrbxlibsXP/Vehicles/Veh_Landrover01.obj That object is causing the issues. If you already know, I'm sorry - I don't know where these announcements would exist. Thanks! PS LOVE LONDON CITY! EDIT --- I read other threads and figured it out. Copied the Library.txt file that Greg posted. Thanks!!!
  4. This is most likely not in the right part of the forum (anything i write never seems to be). But i was wondering if anyone is working on/can find a way to re-create Fornebu lufthavn (Fornebu airport) ENFB/FBU. (closed 07/10-1998) Like most Norwegians born before the 90's, this was to me the portal to the great unknown world beyond. If i could, i would do it myself but i am not gifted in these arts. It would therefore be a true joy if someone would be able to recreate the airport that meant so much to so many, if nothing else just the runways so as to get a feel of what it was like. Regards Ben.
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