Tbird
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Add On Scenery Question

Sat Jul 13, 2002 12:15 am

Greetings:

Most of the time when I add on new airport scenery and then activate it, the old airport buildings mesh with the new. Does anybody know why this happens and how to correct it? All the new files are put into their own folder and then dropped into the Add on scenery folder in FS2K2.

Thanx
Tom
 
ly772
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RE: Add On Scenery Question

Sat Jul 13, 2002 6:11 pm

It happens to me too and I have no idea how to fix it
 
crank
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RE: Add On Scenery Question

Sat Jul 13, 2002 6:39 pm

If you read the read-me file, the autor usually mentions "flatten and exclude" lines that you have to put in the scenery.cfg
 
Tbird
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RE: Add On Scenery Question

Sun Jul 14, 2002 12:34 am

Greetings:

Thanx Crank it worked. Although some of the authors don't provide the "flatten and exclude" lines so Salt Lake Intl still looks like crap. I guess would help to read the directions  Laugh out loud

Regards
Tom

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