RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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I'm guessing you installed the FSX version and not the recent P3D version of the scenery.

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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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Has the file been removed already? I am getting an invalid link message in Mediafire.

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Which file?
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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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I think he means the SODE file from Pete Beeby.

Yes that link has expired and we haven't heard from Pete in exactly a year.

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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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Greg wrote:
17 Mar 2019, 12:18
I think he means the SODE file from Pete Beeby.

Yes that link has expired and we haven't heard from Pete in exactly a year.
My bad - I saw that the thread had been updated and the message from Pete, with a date of March 17 (ie today) and I thought the file had been re-uploaded. I didn't notice that it was from March 17 2018 :oops: - exactly one year ago.

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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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I had no idea that a P3D v4 version had been released. Downloading now!

EDIT: Does this version not include a photoscenery base image?

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Afternoon all, I've just installed the P3Dv4 version of Lakenheath into a very new setup (only a few days old-so I'm still getting to grips with things!) 99% of the base (and matrix traffic with it) is absolutely fine-marvellous piece of work and fits in beautifully.

There are however a couple of niggles that I amtrying to sort out, pics are below (apologies for how dark they are, they were taken quickly and it was a cloudy day).

In this one, the ridge around the airfield is quite obvious. Could somebody please tell me which file in the install deals with the terrain? I've not been able to find it thus far. I have orbx england installed, and am usually able to fix things like this by using the CVX file from that for whatever airfield it is (I fixed Mildenhall that way) , but only if I can disable the one that is included in the download.
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In this one, part of the photoscenery is overly reflective (more like the concrete/asphalt than grass elsewhere on the field. Does anyone know how I might deal with that? This seems to be the only grass area affected by that.
On its left there is also an area where there is no ground texture at all. At the moment I'm still trying to work out what that is caused by. Does anyone have any ideas? (nb, the reflection effect in came is a LOT smoother and doesn't look quite that awful-I suspect that is just how the screenshot was saved)
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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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Hi All,

Is the replacement image (EGUL_IMAGE.bgl ?) file anywhere i can download please, i've got the black/red area showing on my Gen-X photoscenery. The link on previous pages doesnt seem to work anymore.

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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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Hi,

Thanks for great scenery! are this final versions on maiw downloads? or i scenery stil i develop? but i note bug i fsx and p3dv4 version.

Fsx version has red & black area and P3dv4 version has gray area slightly outside base.

Maybe the files are corup on server? can someone check files?

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I had a chat with Ian about this yesterday. While testing the scenery in P3Dv5 I noticed the ground poly problem was still present.

Unzip this bgl in the scenery folder of the P3Dv4 version. I have also applied it to Ian's upload in the hangar.

I don't use the FSX version so can't help you with that I'm afraid.

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Re: RAF Lakenheath for FSX/P3D

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Greg wrote:
27 Apr 2020, 11:39
I had a chat with Ian about this yesterday. While testing the scenery in P3Dv5 I noticed the ground poly problem was still present.

Unzip this bgl in the scenery folder of the P3Dv4 version. I have also applied it to Ian's upload in the hangar.

I don't use the FSX version so can't help you with that I'm afraid.
Thanks that i working for P3Dv4 and P3DV5

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