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  1. #426
    Thanks Gary. I just started the download from Simviation, and that said 7 hours! I will try the FlightsimNorway link.
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  2. #427
    Thank you very much Henrik, I can't wait to install this new version.

    By the way, I dloaded a copy from flightsimnorway.com. I averaged right around 12-13 mb/s dload speed.

    Thank you again
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  3. #428

    Ship

    Thank´s for the new " Fleet"

  4. #429
    Thanks a lot, Heinrik, it is a pleasure to see my ships sailing the seas with so many others. Great job

  5. #430
    Wonderful work thank you very much.

    Point of interest, Simviation quoted 6 hours to d/l, FSNorway site 4 mins. I went the Norway route.
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  6. #431
    Quote Originally Posted by jagl04 View Post
    Thanks a lot, Heinrik, it is a pleasure to see my ships sailing the seas with so many others. Great job
    Muchas gracias por dejarme utilisarlos

    Thanks for letting me use them - suddenly Australia got a great lift with half the Australian Navy included thanks to you and not to forgetting all your Spanish Navy units. Also your Knox class serves both the Taiwaneese, the Thai and the Egyptian navy and your OHP Class now also sails under Pakistan's flag.


  7. #432
    To those frustrated with the download speed at simviation I have also sent the files to avsim.com and flightsim.com however, I have had troubles uploading directly to these two sites so please be patient.

  8. #433
    It took me a few hours to download it from Simviation. Looks quite amazing! I had a earlier version installed a couple years back, but remembered I had a lot of problems, trying to uninstall it. The instructions for installation seem a little complicated. Is there a way to install it so my P3DV4 build is not affected if I need to uninstall the add-on? Thanks, NC

  9. #434
    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Chief View Post
    It took me a few hours to download it from Simviation. Looks quite amazing! I had a earlier version installed a couple years back, but remembered I had a lot of problems, trying to uninstall it. The instructions for installation seem a little complicated. Is there a way to install it so my P3DV4 build is not affected if I need to uninstall the add-on? Thanks, NC
    I hope some of the other users can help you giving some advise for an xml file, which is the method to use if you want to be able to uninstall easily - it is the third option in the installation guide, however it depends on which drive you want to use for the installation - one of the beta testers - Knud - has it installed on his H-drive with the following xml

    <SimBase.Document Type="AddOnXml" version="4,0" id="add-on">
    <AddOn.Name>Global AI Ship Traffic V2</AddOn.Name>
    <AddOn.Description>Global AI Shipping by Henrik Nielsen</AddOn.Description>
    <AddOn.Component>
    <Category>SimObjects</Category>
    <Path>h:\Global AI Ship Traffic V2\SimObjects\Boats</Path>
    </AddOn.Component>
    <AddOn.Component>
    <Category>SimObjects</Category>
    <Path>h:\Global AI Ship Traffic V2\SimObjects\Animals</Path>
    </AddOn.Component>
    <AddOn.Component>
    <Category>Scenery</Category>
    <Path>h:\Global AI Ship Traffic V2\Scenery\World\Scenery</Path>
    <Name>Global AI shipping traffic</Name>
    </AddOn.Component>
    <AddOn.Component>
    <Category>Effects</Category>
    <Path>h:\Global AI Ship Traffic V2\Effects</Path>
    </AddOn.Component>
    <AddOn.Component>
    <Category>Sound</Category>
    <Path>h:\Global AI Ship Traffic V2\Sound</Path>
    </AddOn.Component>
    </SimBase.Document>


    I do not use this method my self - I have everything copied into the standard folders, which is annoying for removal but is quick and dirty for installation - 30 seconds to copy the four folders from the zip and drop them in the sim, but I am also still stuck on P3Dv3 waiting for a new PC an starting everything from scratch....


  10. #435

    Thank you for this living sea....

    Hi kl791

    a big Thank you for your hard work during the last years. The result - in my opinion one of the best addons for our simulators.
    It´s unpossible to imagine the simulator without your living sea!


    A short trip to the waters around Faslane on Clyde/Gare Loch and I could already seek out the HMS Vanguard...



    A few miles south ....yes - traffic...



    ...some more miles south suddenly german Sailors...




    ... I think there is a lot to discover in the FSX seas...

    Many greetings

    RS
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    Nice shots Rick I got quite some request to increase the traffic in the sea between the Uk and Ireland - now there are ferries crossing, naval exercises with subs and aircraft carriers, and even Ocean Races - both a "mini" Fastnet Race and the Volvo Ocean Race.

  12. #437
    Henrik and associates, a heartfelt thank you and appreciation for your continued efforts on what is undoubtedly one of the greatest
    freeware flightsim addons of all time. Incredible work. The virtual seas have never looked better.

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    SimV is my source of last resort because of the speed, but fortunately the process at FSNorway was painless and reasonably quick. A couple of abortive tries, probably due to the hordes grabbing the file, but switching to the second server got it done in a few minutes.

    Thank you Henrik, et al, for this labour of love. The additional ships and routes will only make it better than what I've enjoyed with V.1. Using LittleNavMap makes it easy to see what might be in the area worth investigating... most recently, off the coast of New England:
    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...=1#post1197238

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  14. #439
    Excellent release Henrik! Many thanks!

  15. #440
    Many thanks
    Henrik and everyone who has contributed to this, it's a fantastic addon.


    Again, many thanks,
    Ian

  16. #441
    Not about to go the Simviation route, but having tried FS Norway the download starts fast but slows to a crawl after 300 or so MB then fails.

  17. #442
    Quote Originally Posted by jmbiii View Post
    Not about to go the Simviation route, but having tried FS Norway the download starts fast but slows to a crawl after 300 or so MB then fails.
    If you click the server B button at the bottom of the flightsimnorway you will get a somewhat slower 2mb/s connection but it is stable. Flightsimnorway has had a tremendous increase in traffic as it so far despite mails to both avsim and flightsim.com has not been possible to upload there, so the Norwegian site moved more than a terrabyte in 24 hours

  18. #443
    I went with the simviation download when it was first available. Started it at the end of the night and it was waiting for me the next morning. No time lost. All is good.

  19. #444
    Quote Originally Posted by fsafranek View Post
    I went with the simviation download when it was first available. Started it at the end of the night and it was waiting for me the next morning. No time lost. All is good.
    Thanks I guess this weekend it should be a bit easier - less pressure on the connection at flightsimnorway also.

    For those thinking about a nice little flight for a summer evening I would recommend a trip from Sandefjord Torp in Norway departing around 19:50 local time in summer (17:50 GMT) towards the Southwest to coast near Nevlunghavn where a Tall Ship Race departs around 20:00 local time (18:00 GMT) - the return can go North above the Oslo fjord



    Cruise ship Boreal in the evening light on the Oslo Fjord

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