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  1. Actually, yes we have: The problem with Milviz is that their PR is very poor. Yesterday for example, they published their work on the PBR materials for the ATR, and in the comments stated the X-Plane version was still in the works (comment now deleted). Less than 24 hours later, they said the decision to develop it for X-Plane has not yet been made. Because they keep changing their minds, we've kind of stopped giving them press coverage until they say for definite. As for AirFoilLabs, the 350 is almost complete as far as I'm aware.
  2. I believe you are using SAM for the jetways? If so, you can consider posting to the SAM club here. Be sure to give details of things like aircraft in use and things like that.
  3. One other thing I forgot to point out, using my settings without csm_split_exterior also seemed to fix it... Very strange indeed.
  4. Great list! Small correction for you: the A380 is now under the company name iniSimulations as of a week ago. Also you spelt our team member's name wrong (Peter Tram)!
  5. OK so I just took at these horrible low-angled shadows and csm_split_exterior 4 seems to fix it totally. Maybe I just never had FWL installed... I am still using the same shadow settings as I outlined in the original post BTW. So if you try just that one line with no other scripts installed, it will hopefully make things better. If anyone has any issues, feel free to post below.
  6. Some interesting datarefs I've yet to come across there. I'll add this to my to-do list to try and find a fix, which I'll begin to work through this Friday.
  7. I am aware and pretty annoyed by them too. Still looking for a solution. Follow this thread to be notified when I find a solution.
  8. Looking again at the log.txt and scenery_packs.ini, it looks like HD Mesh is indeed overriding what's below it. The solution is to move HD Mesh down below the orthos.
  9. Ah right, sorry I didn't realise that was there. I'm looking at HD Mesh V4 as a likely suspect, because by default, you can't have HD Mesh and ortho loaded at the same time, since they both use the same file names whilst loaded. In short: if scenery packs load two or more .dsf tiles for the same tile, the one higher in scenery_packs.ini will take priority.
  10. The log.txt only shows four Ortho4XP tiles. Perhaps you just need to move your resulting tiles in the Tiles folder into Custom Scenery?
  11. I agree the title is a bit misleading, but your points are very much valid. Developers want to succeed, but they have an equal responsibility to look after our customers as we look after them. For me, a decent addon gets no money from me if the developers cannot put the needs of their customers first. Time and time again, putting the money first and then the customer usually results in bad reputation for the developer, and I'm sorry, but that's how it should be. Developer reputation is as important, if not more important, than anything else nowadays. I will never invest in a product if the developer has been involved in a copyright scandal, doesn't communicate much or has a bad track record of something else.
  12. Thanks for all your kind words. I have noticed in 11.30rc1 that the shadows seem to disappear at low angles and FOVs. Is anyone else getting this issue?
  13. Version 1.0

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    This is the livery for JMC Air's primary livery. JMC was a British charter airline that formed in 2000 from the merger of Caledonian Airways and Flying Colours Airlines, but was later re-branded to Thomas Cook Airlines in 2003. At that time, JMC Air had 10 A320s, 2 A330s, 16 752s, 2 753s and 2 DC-10s. This livery is that of G-BXKD, which was swapped between a few UK airlines several times from its delivery date at end of 1997. Following JMC's re-branding, it would go on to serve Thomas Cook Airlines for almost 5 years before transferring to Ural Airlines, based in Russia. It was subsequently given the registration VP-BFZ, and it continues to fly today. Install in X-Plane 11/Aircraft/.../Flight Factor Airbus A320/liveries, making sure to extract the folder. Please don't hesitate to leave feedback!
  14. I wrote a news article about it a few hours ago. Check it out on our main website at www.thresholdx.net.
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