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  1. Hi Pete, I've got a very strange issue with P3D version 3.1 and FSUIPC4 version 4.949 : When I start P3D (no add-ons installed), I have the default start up scenario is less than 10 seconds. From there clicking OK, the window "loading terrain data" appears and the default F-22 aircraft appears on the runway in about 10 secs. If I then go to the world/Time and season/Reset to system time/OK, the window "loading terrain data" appears and stays for about 10 minutes before the aircraft appears on the runway. (same also happens when changing the airport/aircraft). This does not happen without FSUIPC4 installed. Patrick In attachment , the FSUIPC4 logfile. fsuipc4log.txt
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