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 ====Disclaimer==== ====Disclaimer====
  
-The references made by this tutorial ​and any other reference to the application **FS Earth Tiles (FSET)** is in no direct affiliation to IPACS. IPACS and its affiliates are not responsible for which application is used to obtain aerial imagery. **FSET** is an independent application which may contain copyrighted imagery and/or data, therefore it is the users responsibility to adhere to the copyright of such data. IPACS does not condone nor disapprove the use of FSET for personal use.+The references made by this guide and any other reference to the application **FS Earth Tiles (FSET)** is in no direct affiliation to IPACS. IPACS and its affiliates are not responsible for which application is used to obtain aerial imagery. **FSET** is an independent application which may contain copyrighted imagery and/or data, therefore it is the users responsibility to adhere to the copyright of such data. IPACS does not condone nor disapprove the use of FSET for personal use.
 **FSET** shall not be used for scenery packages of personal gain or profit, and shall only be used for non transferable use for the purpose of creating scenery for Aerofly FS2 Flight Simulator. **FSET** shall not be used for scenery packages of personal gain or profit, and shall only be used for non transferable use for the purpose of creating scenery for Aerofly FS2 Flight Simulator.
  
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 ====Step-By-Step Guide==== ====Step-By-Step Guide====
  
-   * Obtain your FSET files. **Note**- you will only need the image files and inf files for the tool +   * **Step 1** Obtain your FSET files. **Note**- you will only need the image files and inf files for the tool 
-   * Place the **image** and **inf** files (from FSET) into the **'​input_aerial_images'​** folder. **Note**- disregard all other files produced by FSET, you don't need them. Do NOT rename any of the files made by FSET. +   * **Step 2** Place the **image** and **inf** files (from FSET) into the **'​input_aerial_images'​** folder. **Note**- disregard all other files produced by FSET, you don't need them. Do NOT rename any of the files made by FSET. 
-   * Use the **inf2tfw** application (refer to prerequisites for download); point to the '​input_aerial_images'​ folder where you have the image and inf files located and run the application. You should now see that **tfw** files were added for you. +   * **Step 3** Use the **inf2tfw** application (refer to prerequisites for download); point to the '​input_aerial_images'​ folder where you have the image and inf files located and run the application. You should now see that **tfw** files were added for you. 
-   * Build your TMC file: Use the provided TMC sample as a guide for your project. **Note**- Make sure that you enter your coordinates as long/lat using decimal conversion. To avoid errors limit coordinates to two digits after the decimal (example: 81.56). Simply use copy/paste for all levels. ​     +   * **Step 4** Build your TMC file: Use the provided TMC sample as a guide for your project. **Note**- Make sure that you enter your coordinates as long/lat using decimal conversion. To avoid errors limit coordinates to two digits after the decimal (example: 81.56). Simply use copy/paste for all levels. ​     
-   * Either run the tool by using command line or make a batch file to do this step. Either way works the same. +   * **Step 5** Either run the tool by using command line or make a batch file to do this step. Either way works the same. 
-   * Once the tool completes you will see files inside your '​\scenery\images'​ folder. +   * **Step 6** Once the tool completes you will see files inside your '​\scenery\images'​ folder. 
-   * Make a custom folder for your newly created scenery, move all of the created files into it, and place it into the '​Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images'​ folder  +   * **Step 7** Make a custom folder for your newly created scenery, move all of the created files into it, and place it into the '​Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images'​ folder  
-   * Run Aerofly and locate your new scenery on the map, choose an elevation you wish to start at (or make an airport file for starting points). +   * **Step 8** Run Aerofly and locate your new scenery on the map, choose an elevation you wish to start at (or make an airport file for starting points). 
-   ​* ​ ENJOY your new scenery.+   * **Step 9**  ENJOY your new scenery.
  
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