Frank,Because I only have an AIO Horizon it's difficult to give foolproof instructions. Hence the request. Another option would be for someone with your setup to write the instructions for installing my AG into your setup. Alternatively, there's supposed top be a George Davidson tool that sends AG downloads to the correct folder.
My current trees, well current on your system, are Default FS9 trees which the instructions would have had you copy into the FSX Texture folder. Those in the Farms FSX were Default FSX trees, though used as objects and not AutoGen.
Gerry Winskill Frank Turley wrote:
Gerry,I don't have an AIO installation, I think it made things marginally quicker with Mally's scenery and FS9, but my latest PC has enough oomph not to require any fine tuning, so my Horizon scenery sits on drive D. My Farmstrips live in Add-on Scenery within the default FSX setup on drive C.I guess your current trees are in the Static Objects Library, another folder in the Add-on Scenery Folder. I'm assuming your installation instructions for the new Farmstrips will cover installations like mine.Frank T. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Gerry Winskill" <gwinsk@xxxxxxx> To: <jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 5:13 PM Subject: [jhb_airlines] Horizon Scenery AIOHaving completed the replacement of trees, with AutoGen trees, at a batch of FS9 Farmstrips, and with revisions for Farms FSX also completed, I'm currently bogged down in writing the instructions.At present, two sets would be required, one for the conventional Horizon installation and a different set for those of us who have converted to an All In One configuration.I think the general Horizon Forum consensus of opinion is that AIO is the better format. Would any brave soul like to do a simple writeup on how to convert to AIO? If anyone volunteers then I'll hold back issuing my AG, since adding it to the multi Volume and Multi Area format, which may or may not contain Texture folders, seems likely, for some, to end in tears!Gerry Winskill