Thank you for the reports of terrain anomalies. Without your reports, some of these bugs would have continued to go unnoticed and unfixed. We greatly appreciate it.
Like the previous patch, 1.07 focuses mainly on some of the more remote parts of the world, with the bulk of the improvements in South America. Nonetheless, 1.07 should fix some of the “papercuts” in Florida where some random hills have appeared in the 1.0 release. The islands of Madagascar and Papau New Guinea see some corrections, as well as Ulawa Island off in the Pacific.
– Smoothed out more artifacts near KMCO and KTPA
– Major cleanup of eastern Patagonia
– Removed large terrain spike near Ulawa Island (near Solomon Islands)
– Some fixes for Papau New Guinea
– Removed spikes in northern Madagascar
– Cleaned up more of the Andes mountains, including spike near Illimani mountain
Here is your installation guide for patch 1.07:
- Drag and drop the scenery folder from each FreeMeshX region folder from the 1.07 patch into your corresponding installed region folder. Overwrite all files.
- Drag and drop the scenery folder from the FreeMeshX – Patches folder into your existing FreeMeshX – Patches folder. Overwrite any older files.
If you’re a new user, make sure you add scenery entries to your scenery library. See http://ninetwopro.com/freemeshx/fmx-installation/ for a pictorial guide on that process.
Hypothetical relative scenery library order:
- FreeMeshX – Patches
- FreeMeshX – Africa
- FreeMeshX – Antarctica
- FreeMeshX – Asia
- FreeMeshX – Australia and Oceania
- FreeMeshX – Europe
- FreeMeshX – North America
- FreeMeshX – South and Central America
Of course, your real load order will be different, but you must keep the FreeMeshX – Patches library entry above the FreeMeshX regions.
I’ve been frequently asked on where to add these in the scenery library. The answer is: It’s up to you. I would keep them before any ORBX regions and after your stock scenery. That’s about all the advice we can give you since everyone’s library is so different.
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