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  1. TNCS – Saba Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport

    This scenery will work with X-Plane 11 (and most probably with X-Plane10 – although not tested).
    Place TNCS_Saba_uwespeed from the downloaded zip file into the Custom Scenery folder of your X-Plane installation.
    You also should install (if not already done):
    OpensceneryX (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/2226-opensceneryx/)
    RD library (http://rdesignx.weebly.com/freeware.html)
    Flags of the World (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/17090-flags-of-the-world-real-flag-ii/)
    3D People Library (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/26611-3d-people-library/)
    Handy Objects (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/24261-the-handy-objects-library/)
    IMPORTANT: If you have already installed the scenery St Barth - Saba - St Eustache by XPFR (http://www.xpfr.org/?body=scene_accueil&sc=314), which I highly recommend, due to the included orthophotos and mesh, you must place my scenery above it.
    As written above, there is already TNCS available by XPFR – so what‘s the reason to install my version? Well … that‘s easy ;-): my version contains the whole island, not only the airport and has some more nice animations at the airport (passengers entering and leaving the static Twin Otter and a girl walking around the parking lot with her dog).
    For some more information read the included readme file.




  2. LGSR Santorini

    Currently my time is a little bit limited, thus I decided to release a version 0.9 of "Santorini X-Plane".
    Place GR_LGSR_Santorini_0.9 and zz_GR_+36+025_GR_Thira_gx17 from the downloaded zip file into the Custom Scenery folder of your X-Plane installation. For updating to V0.92, see further below.
    You also should install (if not already done):
    1. OpensceneryX library (http://www.opensceneryx.com) – latest version.
    2. FF library (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=12836)
    3. Flags of the world library (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=17090)
    4. Ruscenery (http://ruscenery.x-air.ru/files/RuScenery.zip)
    5. People library (http://www.x-plane.at/drupal/node/191)
    6. R2Library (http://xplane.cz/en/r2-library/)
    For the time being you should turn „runways follow terrain contours“ off, until I have edited the mesh (and added more features) in the next release.
    Remark - you will see the cruise ships only from around noon on, but not in the morning (like in reality).
    For further information please read the included pdf.
    New in 0.91
    Resolved issue with cars
    Runway lights for 34L and 16R
    Runways fit better to orthophotos
    New in 0.92
    Sharper looking othophotos with the "decals" technology (see this posting), and this screenshot.
    Download ONLY the terrain.zip file. Unzip it into in the "terrain" subfolder of zz_GR_+36+025_GR_Thira_gx17 and overwrite all existing files.
    Have fun ...




  3. Library - European Vehicles (static)

    Based on my static European vehicles I made a library.
    Advantage for scenery developers: they can use the vehicles for filling parking sites on airports (or where ever they want), without wasting some megabytes for every scenery.
    Advantage for users: they have to install the library only once, and don't get their disk space filled up with vehicles in every scenery.

    Installation: place the library in your Custom Scenery folder.
    Important for scenery developers: if you want to use this static library, be sure to use the "european_vehicles_static" entry as seen below. Otherwise you may get cars from the Vehicle Library Extension, which contains cars casting lights (what isn't very realistic on parking sites ).




  4. European Vehicles (static)

    This file is osolete as from now, don't download it anymore - I uploaded the content of this file in a library.
    The advantage of the library for developers and users: it saves several megabytes disk space.


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  5. Cape Town Heliport

    Nothing special here - just a quick'n'dirty heliport (only the helipads, no taxiways, no custom buildings) in Cape Town, where I had the treat of a (real) sightseeing flight around the Cape Peninsula in November 2013. I did this "scenery" (primarily) for myself - and for those who want to do virtual sightseeing flights in Capetown from the original location. There are 4 or 5 heli charter companies operating there.
    In reality there is no ICAO code for it, so I created FACH (CH = Cape Town Heliport).
    As I meanwhile found out, there is an ICAO code FACH (Cookhouse Airport), which is not in X-Plane. Thus, I had to change the ICAO code for the Heliport to FAC1.




  6. German traffic library

    Installation: as usual, place the content of the downloaded zip file into your Custom Scenery folder before starting X-Plane.
    You will see the vehicles (only) on german roads and rails. Nevertheless, if you like them and want to have them worldwide, please read the included pdf.
    If you like to have more european (and thus german) traffic on your roads, download the Vehicle Library Extension, to which I contributed 15 european vehicles.




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