Installing VFR Scenery for X-Plane onto a Macintosh Computer
Assuming X-Plane has been installed into its default location do the following:
Place VFR Scenery Disk 1 in DVD drive. You will see the icon called Disk1 on the desktop
Double left mouse click to open.
When Disk 1 is opened you will find InstData:
When you double click on this you will find MacOSX, and inside this Install
When you double click on Install you will get this screen:
Click Restore Default Folder and then click on Choose
Under “Select a Folder” selections you will find you’re X-Plane 9 or 10 Folder or in this case
X-Plane 9 Demo. Click “Choose” and you will get this screen:
Click Install and you will get this screen:
You will see this screen, it is now installing the scenery from Disk1 at last
When the programme asks you for the next disk, Click on Macintosh HD if that is what your desktop icon is called, open it by clicking on it and you will see:
Click on the triangle on the left of the window and disk 1 will eject. Put Disk 2 in the drive and you will see:
From the installer window , Browse for Disk 2
Installation will continue. Follow the above for Disk3 and Disk4 etc until installation is complete. The scenery will then appear automatically when you run X-Plane. If you have other problems with installing VFR scenery , please check that there are no thumb prints etc on the disk.
If you find that the scenery quality differs from the scenery quality shown in the pictures on the back of the box, ensure in X-Plane, under Settings that the graphics are set to extreme resolution this is the usual reason.
If you think that real picture of London on the front of the Vol1 South East box is exactly how the scenery should look on your macintosh, we really can't help you. (at the moment:)