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"X-Plane found bad latitude coordinate for facility at airport BIKF. a part of this airport is literally out of this world! The offending scenery is: Custom Scenery/Global Airports/Earth nav data/apt.dat"

That is the message when I try to start X-Plane. It was starting before in exactly the same version. I have not made any changes myself, so don't really understand whats going on.

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answered by (136 points)
That is strange, in a good way. I did a restart of my computer and everything is fixed.
commented by (570 points)
maybe xp isn't freeing ram properly?? (just guessing)
commented by (136 points)
Do you mean it leaves data in RAM from when it was last running? Even though I shut X-Plane down I hibernate my computer when not in use. So the data on the HD gets transfered back to RAM at resume. Mine is Linux Mint 18.1 OS. I have not known this as a problem (not freeing RAM) in Linux but if it depends on the app not the OS, it could be.