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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #105 on: January 29, 2015, 09:02:45 PM »
There was a problem with the file that we posted. A correction is in the works and will be up soon. Sorry about the confusion and the issues it caused. It was my fault.
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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #106 on: January 29, 2015, 09:42:46 PM »
There was a problem with the file that we posted. A correction is in the works and will be up soon. Sorry about the confusion and the issues it caused. It was my fault.

Hmm, it must not affect everyone.  After reading Grayrider's post yesterday, I downloaded and installed the files myself.  They worked fine for me.  I used 7zip to open the zipfile, then just drag-n-dropped the folders to their locations.  All went well.   :-\

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #107 on: January 30, 2015, 12:52:39 AM »
Jeff,
You must just be lucky! Actually there was a small problem with the names and in the file structure and names but you obviously either cheated or found a work around! It was a stupid mistake on my part.
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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #108 on: January 30, 2015, 04:45:22 PM »
There was a problem with the file that we posted. A correction is in the works and will be up soon. Sorry about the confusion and the issues it caused. It was my fault.

Ualani. I'll wait for your correction that's in the works. and re-download it for extraction to a temp folder. I know I'll need help doing this operation, since I do have all the OZx addons and the OZx library's installed. 

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #109 on: February 07, 2015, 07:50:05 PM »
I'm needing more assistance with the RTMM Library's. My current library's installed are:

AhZX_Lib Sub Library FSXP3D
Ceyx_Sceneries_Library FSXP3D
EZ Scenery Library FSXP3D
RTMM Object Library FSXP3D
Rwy12 library FSXP3D

I'm assuming there is or was an update/change to the Object Library part 1?. I did go back and re-downloaded  Object Library Part 1. It appears to be all three of the Object library's required. The download file is called RTMM Required Object LibrariesFSXP3D Part 1_1-27-15.

The above library above has all the Object libraries in it?.

I'm really way out in left field, figuring out what in Object Library part 1 I need to change or update?.

I don't know what I need to do next based on the Object Libraries I already have installed.

I am also an OZx user.

OZx_AUS
OZx_LIB
OZX_NA

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #110 on: February 07, 2015, 08:22:52 PM »
If you would have followed the link that Doug posted that says "Attention users who already have installed Part I, II & III of the object libraries---please read this NOTAM" in the Part I download area, then you would have known what to do, if it applies to your situation, and how to update your installation of the Part I library.
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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #111 on: February 07, 2015, 08:43:22 PM »
Yes, and also, it's important to search the forum threads and resource pages for solutions we've documented over the years.  It's all laid out in print, for everyone to follow at their convenience.  A lot of time has gone into building the knowledge base here, so use it before starting a new thread.  Please.   ;)

Thank you.   8)
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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #112 on: February 07, 2015, 08:58:37 PM »
I'm doing the best I can.

Some of this stuff, gets a little complicated for me to digest.

Anyway. I had another look at the NOTAM about the AhZx_LIB SUB LibraryFSXP3D 1-27-15.

So. It's taken care of etc.

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #113 on: February 08, 2015, 03:24:42 AM »
@Grayrider

RTMM has meanwhile 6 libraries.
You are missing:
- RTMMTwo Object LibraryFSXP3D
which is in the latest Part III

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #114 on: February 08, 2015, 05:02:21 PM »
Dieter.

I forgot to add it, in my above info.

RTMMTwo Object LibraryFSXP3D is installed. All six libraries are installed and activated in my FSX library.

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #115 on: February 10, 2015, 11:07:09 PM »
GrayRider. In all seriousness I think you need to give up and start over with a clean install. Go by the book this time and re-install everything as per the directions. I think you have a FUBAR. Just my suggestion but I see that as the only solution, myself.
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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #116 on: February 15, 2015, 11:51:56 PM »
I have FSX Deluxe

1. RTMM is now the single source for all of these library sets and will continue to maintain them.  The entire library set can be obtained in a single download.

Were is the "single download"

I see many downloads....

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #117 on: February 16, 2015, 12:14:48 AM »
Hello GDR1944, and welcome to RTMM.
     Where did you see that written at?  :-\  The libraries are in three parts, plus the tester scenery.  It's not so hard to download three from the same page though, is it?  ???

     Nothing around here comes "bundled" except the Legacy Collection.  ;)   

    It's better to install each location individually.  Then go visit it.  It is the journey, not the destination that is stressed here. 
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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #118 on: February 16, 2015, 11:24:39 AM »
Hello GDR1944, and welcome to RTMM.
     Where did you see that written at?  :-\  The libraries are in three parts, plus the tester scenery.  It's not so hard to download three from the same page though, is it?  ???

     Nothing around here comes "bundled" except the Legacy Collection.  ;)   

    It's better to install each location individually.  Then go visit it.  It is the journey, not the destination that is stressed here.

readme1st Install Part I.txt:
The benefits of this new scenery library set are:

1. RTMM is now the single source for all of these library sets and will continue to maintain them.  The entire library set can be obtained in a single download.
2. Many libraries have been added to expand our ever growing number of objects.
3. The textures in all of the libraries have been converted to .dds so that FSX DX10 users do not have to manually convert the textures for visibility.
3. The FS9 objects in these libraries have been converted to be FSX format so that our P3Dv2 users can now see all of the objects used by RTMM except as noted below.
4. In general, FSX objects will render a bit faster in FSX and P3D than FS9 objects so there may be a gain in frame rates.

I have all Payware required for complete install.
Thank You for fast reply

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Re: RTMM OBjects Library Topic
« Reply #119 on: February 16, 2015, 12:01:47 PM »
Hello:
I think I better give you some background info.
I'm 70 and for the next few months on strong pain  meds please bear with me.

4. Copy the AhZx_LIB SUB LibraryFSXP3D folder to wherever you keep your object libraries and enable it in your Scenery Library.

As far as i can tell I don't have one.

I do have a EZ Scenery Lib that I disabled and dropped the "cmd" files in the ORBX folder.

Thanks for all help.
Gerry