meanwhile I've created my Aerofly user scenery folder somewhere on my harddrives other than c:\users\documents.
But as we go on downloading or creating scenery, it may be useful to seperate the scenery files.
My Aerofly\scenery\images folder currently is 115 gig and if I start using FSET for some larger areas it will be the same very soon.
I think it may work like this: The user defines his own folder as it is now. But the sim than doesn't look for
a scenery folder in it, but looks for all subfolders containing a scenery folder.
In this case the tree would be like this:
puerto rico\scenery and so on.
It would be possible to activate and deactivate scenery by simply copying it's folder into the userfolder or cutting it out.
And, most important: We have the images and stuff for each scenery seperated.