Up to now there is no priority system which can be defined by the user.
But you can find the overlapping tiles and remove them from either your or Schnuffelduffel's scenery.
1. Download the tool from Vogel69:
2. Run the program, switch to Folder Grid and select your scenery folder.
It will create a map with the tile names, so you can check for ovelapping/conflicting tiles.
Great! Thanks jparia
Absolutely agree with your opinion.
And additionally I think, an open aerofly community wiki would be a good place for these things.
France VFR, thanks for this great looking scenery.
I hardly can imagine the incredible hard work to do such a dense area.
And I hope, the aerofly community will reward this job by buying this addon.
For people who are afraid of the pixel soup surrounding this area:
FlightXtreme published photosceneries of entire Europe at least in levels 9-11.
Great job, Hawker77, thanks!
Obviously some parameters have been changed. Within scenproc you can point to a word PlacePointsInPolygon to see the help text. Then modify the parameters according the description.
Here is an updated .SPC file.
Rename the .txt to .spc
AC3D lacks the vertex weighting option as well, therefore we always have a sharp border between __runway and __outside in AC3D projects. But according to Torsten there is yet a chance to rework the converter and use another feature for blending.
CDG would be really horrible:
Complex mesh with all these rounded holes, many different tarmac textures. And finally another nightmare with all the markings...
Nethertheless it would be great to have a free design program besides 3DSMax and AC3D.
But sketchup uses a proprietary file format, not so easy.
Blender could be the choice, but as long as we don't have a converter to aerofly, it is not an alternative.
What? an IPACS developper convention! Where? In Germany on top of it with great food and fun for all.
Where we'd share latest techniques to create scenery and aircrafts, with workshops and all.
Where we all fly together as designers to show each other what we made, (and create a collaborative flight engine)
Oops sorry, back to reality.
about 10 years ago we actually had some 2 day developer's meetings in my office near Tuebingen.
They were held for the aerofly rc aircraft and scenery developments, exactly fitting your description.
And yes, even with great food and a lot of fun...
Sorry for off topic!
My son will go to Amherst for a year, so we will most probably fly to KBOS.
Perhaps we can extend the scenery a bit to the West.
HP Reverb is currently the best choice for simming IMHO. treat yourself for Christmas !
Actually I didn't follow the comparisons in detail and lost a bit the overview of the VR market.
But this is a statement I do understand.
obviously it's a result of the recent changes regarding autoheight.
Hope it's only the line you mentioned above.
Thanks for clarification.
Same age for me, but no Michael.
Guys, if you need me to clean up and remove some obsolete downloads from flightsim.org, please send me a message here or over there.
Habe in der Liste vermutlich einen Fehler entdeckt:
Unter USA: "Grand Coulee Dam" ist "Lake Chelan Airport" verlinkt. Oder liege ich da falsch?
Danke, eben gleich korrigiert. Ich bin für solche Hinweise immer dankbar.
Viele Grüße, Michael
Finde ich prima, dass ihr euch darum kümmert, Jungs!
I like your great idea!
Since nobody else added a screenshot, I may do so:
You'll find the Balancing Rock of Lake Omak in the WaN: KOMK Omak scenery at flight-sim.org.
But actually this rock is tiny and hardly visible from the air. You'll have to know it's exact location to notice it. Helicopter approach may be helpful.