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NL2000 EHRD and Orbx Vector elevation/scenery issues


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Recently I installed all the NL2000 airports and Orbx global base. So far no problems, all the airports work as intended, but when I installed Orbx Vector I noticed that there were some clear and bothersome elevation/scenery issues with NL2000's Rotterdam scenery.


I tried to trace it down to wether it was Orbx Vector or Global Base. Sadly it was the former of the two. I have checked the Vector configuration too to see if the ICAO code of Rotterdam was in the list but sadly it is not.
I also tried to fix the problem by disabling the "ABP_EHRD.bgl" file in the map location "Global VECTOR\Orbx\FTX_VECTOR\FTX_VECTOR_APT\scenery", also to no avail.
So far have no idea what other way there is to fix the problem.

This picture shows the elevation/scenery problem with NL2000 Rotterdam and Orbx Vector (Elevation issue is further down the rest of the runway not in the picture)


And this picture show no elevation/scenery problems when Orbx Vector is turned off/uninstalled



If anyone can help me with this, it is much appreciated.

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As of now, I have only installed NL2000's EHRD Rotterdam scenery(v5.04) and Orbx Vector, of which I assume is version 1.6.7 if I look at the configuration tool, though could be the version of the tool itself. In any case I have the most recent version of Orbx Vector installed via Orbx Central. Among them I have also installed their respective libraries, both them the most recent version.

As I pointed out the problem seems to be between NL2000's Rotterdam scenery and Orbx Vector. I am using P3D v4.5 hotfix 3 and windows 10. I have already tried the whole method of reinstalled everything over again, including windows, but to no avail.


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I am unable to replicate this at all.

Perhaps you could attach a copy of

C:\programdata\Lockheed Martin\prepar3d v4\scenery.cfg

and I'll see if there is a problem there.

For the record, in this shot is 

Orbx Global Base, Orbx openLC Europe and Orbx Vector.

I have installed the whole of NL 2000, not just the airports, which 

is why there is nothing of the Orbx products to be seen.



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I have tried to replicate your solution, although I do not have Orbx openLC Europe. Only Orbx Global Base and Orbx Vector and everything of NL2000, including the 3d objects, all of the photoreal ground textures of the 12 dutch provinces and all the airports.
Aside from that, everything has been inserted using the add-on.xml method. So in the annotations you will find a copy of the Scenery.cfg, add-ons.cfg, and scenery_add-ons.cfg. I also put in a copy of the add-on.xml of Orbx Vector just in case

add-ons.cfg Scenery.CFG scenery_add-ons.xml add-on.xml

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Sorry for the late reply, here are the screenshots of the scenery library. As you can see, everything that is injected through the add-on.xml method is grayed out, so I can not force the load order through P3D itself but I assume it is still possible by manually editing the load order in the cfg file itself.


Anyway the screenshots are in the annotations. There is also a exclude of FSdreamteam in there but that is not checked/turned on as you can see in the 4th annotation.


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Okay I have fixed the load order by changing the layer numbers by hand and so far so good, the conflict between NL2000 Rotterdam and Orbx Vector has been fixed. But just be sure, here are the screenshots of the current load order. I hope everything is in the right place, and if not, please let me know

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