mikeEmerc wrote:Howdy folks. Been a LONG time since I have been able to access the net,and Simviation.Looks as if a few things has changed here,so I hope this post/question is in the right area.
I fly FS9.
Been making a lot of repaints for Air America and wanted the base in Laos, Long Tieng (actual designator of LS20a //in the sim,LS2a) in my sim.
So,I downloaded the add on scenery by Daniel Gauthier.It comes with an effects folder,a LAOS AA folder,a LAOS AA_LC folder and a READ ME folder. The zip is "LONGTIENG.ZIP"
It instructs the simmer that we MUST have the terrain mesh by Werner F. Vogt,which is SEA1SRTM.ZIP.
After trying every possible combination of loading,reloading and changing of priority in the ADD ON SCENERY in FS9,I can NOT get the base to place properly.The runway runs smack dab into a karst (small mountain),rather than past it.There is a leg of the base that is supposed to sit in a secure spot on the other side of the karst,which it does but it is about 150 meters too far in,and the base of the karst doesnt seem to be flattened as it should be.The vehicles that are supposed to be there are buried. Does ANY ONE have an answer for me as to what the problem may be? I read on another site of someone having the same problem.He said that initially,it worked fine,but his computer flipped out,and when he reinstalled everything,this problem popped up.I have no other add ons or meshes in Southeast Asia to cause this.I tried to correct the problem with AFCAD and ADE 6 (I think its acronym is ADE...) and nothing is working. HELP if you can.Thanks bunches either was for giving it at least a thought.
mikeEmerc wrote:Thanks Gary. I appreciate it. I saw that in my ADE 6 if I'm not mistaken. I also thought about flattening that area,tho instead of doing just a square or rectangle area like I have done on other scenery,this effort would have to be a flattening of a multi-poly area (if that makes sense) . I DO appreciate it.Your warning about using the command boosts my interest,and caution. Much appreciated bud!!!
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