Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'orbxftx'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • General Forums
    • Mutley's Hangar News and Announcements
    • Members General & Announcements
    • Real World Aviation
    • Screenshots and Videos
    • Screenshot Contests
    • Classifieds - Flight Sim / Aviation / PC
  • Flight Simulation
    • General
    • Aircraft
    • Scenery
    • Weather Generation & Textures
    • AI / Traffic
    • Missions
    • Flight Planning
    • Flight Sim Adventures
    • Re-painters Workshop
    • Hardware
  • Airport Charts
    • Free Airport Charts
  • Flight Sims
    • Prepar3D Series
    • Flight Simulator X (FSX) / FSX Steam Edition
    • FS2004 (FS9)
    • X-Plane Series
    • Other Flight Sims
  • Mutley's Hangar Flying Club
    • ATWC Series
    • MEBAR Series
    • MHFC Captains Lounge
  • Miscellaneous Forums
    • Air Hauler
    • Ocala Flight Sim Club Forums

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL







Found 1 result

  1. I've just noticed that Orbx have issued a new version of "FTX – The Definitive Guide", this one dated May 2016. (If you've got an older version you'll find that it isn't vastly different, but it has been updated in places). The Guide tells you about all the stuff you need to know when installing (or uninstalling) Orbx scenery — how to use the insertion point to get the Orbx files at the correct position in your scenery.cfg hierarchy, the place and function of the various Orbx scenery offerings in what they call 'the simulator "Layer Cake"', useful options when using FTX Central, the importance of doing OrbxLibs last in any installation session, and a lot of other useful information that will explain what you're dealing with if (or when) your scenery goes down the Orbx route. You can download the new version from here, although I've also saved the May 2016 version as an attachment to this post, to save you a click or two. [Joe, please delete it if you feel that it might adversely affect your bandwidth! ]. The Guide is 46 pages long, but I reckon that if you're using Orbx then it pays to be aware of everything that's in there. Cheers, bruce a.k.a. brian747 Orbx FTX Definitive Guide May 2016.pdf
  • Create New...