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FSX SODE aliased textures fail to show

christopherbritton

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I'm trying to figure this one out and was curious if anyone else has ran into a similar issue.

All of my SODE models use aliased textures on another drive. This is to ensure that I don't have hundreds of MBs of textures in the ProgramData folder. The textures all show up fine in P3D v3, P3D v4, and P3D v5. However, they do not show up in FSX:SE. Nothing is different. The alias paths are the same no matter what. The models do display.

I'm not sure if this is something finicky with FSX that I need to handle a little differently on my end or if it's simply an issue with the latest version of SODE. I have had this working in the past, so I'm leaning more towards the latter, which is unfortunate, as it's been quite a while since we've had an update.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated..

Thanks!
 
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