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  1. I am really sorry for only replying now, but I was gone from my P3D computer for some time due to travel. So, yes, I do confirm that all folders seem to be installed - at least I think so. I attach a screenshot of which folders I have installed. They are in the P3D main folder, as I have not made any changes during the installation process. But I do not have the JetStream LFPO configurator.exe. The icon is on the desktop, but without image, and when clicking it I get the error message that the link no longer works. Thanks for any help.
  2. I have made several attempts to install LFPO, but every time face the same problem: the "Jetstream LFPO configurator" has an icon on the desktop, but when I double click it to launch it, I get an error message saying that the item to which the shortcut refers has been moved or changed, and the shortcut therefore doesn't work. I have installed LFPO in the folder suggested during installation, i.e. the P3Dv4 main folder. No other changes were made during installation. I checked the location where the shortcut was pointing to. It is the Jetstream Designs folder in the main P3Dv4 folder. However, there is no configurator. Only several folders and one item called LFPO crosswind.AD4. How can I fix the issue? Thanks, Charles
  3. Hi I only registered to offer help on Paris LFPG. I fly from/to that airport several times a week. I can take pictures, but only from areas accessible to passengers, including from within planes. Especially I can help with airline assignments for the AFCAD if that is something you'd be interested in. Really great news you're doing that airport, it's my home airport and I have been waiting for a new version since many years. Congrats also for your other work, I have many of the other mega airports you did (Hong Kong, Mexico, Orlando, Istanbul, Doha, Seattle, etc) and they're just top notch quality. You're in the first league now, along with FlyTampa and FSDT. The PMDG of airport sceneries. Excellent job on how you have progressed over the past couple of years, congratulations.
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