fredag 27. mars 2015

Landclass fix available in the download section

Ok, so here is a temporary fix for the strip of city landclass just north of the photoscenery. Just download this file - - and drop it in your LE Lisbon City/scenery folder and overwrite when promted. This will unfortunately change some of the different landclass files and replace it with a more simple one, however this was the only way to quickly solve this problem. I have already started to make a completely new file with detailed landclass to fit better with the surrounding photoscenery and this will be uploaded to as a new installer since there was clearly a big fault with the original scenery. I will also make the new landclass available in the download section for those of you who don't want to wait for to update the installer.

I do apologize for this and I promise that this will be improved in a short time.

Meanwhile please install this temporary fix and enjoy your scenery.

Thank you and regards,
Andreas B.
Latin Enhance

3 kommentarer:

  1. Hello Andreas, thank you very much for the update! It looks very nice indeed, good work! ;-)
    I'm curious how Faro looks?!

    Have a nice day

    Best regards

    1. Hi Daniel, work is still being done on Faro. It looks very nice indeed. It's extremely detailed for anyone with the hardware to handle it. Even with lower settings it looks good. The city of Faro itself is almost done and I will be posting some screenshots soon. There is still a lot of work to be done outside the city and I am also currently trying to get some higher res photos for the city. I have no release date yet and I don't even want to guess at this moment. You all know how it is with us "hobby developers"

      Also I am working a little to improve Lisbon with even more autogen and sceneries, but I expect the update to be available together with Faro.

      Best regards,

  2. Hi, LPCS has two runways overlapped and is missing the displaced treshold on 35/17. Also Lisbon city night lights are too dim, overall. Especially runway lights at LPCS and LPAR. Good job, nevertheless.