Molde ENML abnomality

  • Downloaded ENML from FSCloudport and saw this abnomality.

    Never seen this before, have many AP's all over the world from FSCloudport, so it seems to be an issue with this AP. Any idea?

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    Can someone install this FSCloud airport to see if it is only me?

    Thanks in advance.

  • Thanks for your reply Spit40.

    I checked (again) some other airports I have installed and they are all fine.

    Then I installed some other FSCloud airports from Norway and guess what, they have also that "spikes".

    So there must be something wrong with the (my) elevation files in that region.

    Have to invesigate that.

  • Thanks for your reply Spit40.

    I checked (again) some other airports I have installed and they are all fine.

    Then I installed some other FSCloud airports from Norway and guess what, they have also that "spikes".

    So there must be something wrong with the (my) elevation files in that region.

    Have to invesigate that.

    I just worked out the same thing. I don't think it is the airport. It's the elevation data for Norway. This has been talked about before. FS2's elevation gets weird above certain latitudes.

  • I installed the Norway Mesh and some airports. I can see an issue in Narvik too. It a pitty thats it sits in a hole and got a weird artifact in the middle


    Gotcha - The Norway mesh has overlaping elevation parts between all three. The issue central contains parts from north which have a 1k size


    Merge all into one and allways keep the larger ones, thos will not be flat. The ones with 1.7k size are flatten ;)

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