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Microsoft SDK: Scenery and Terrain Available Now !

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HiFinal Installment of Flight Simulator 2002 SDKs Released -- Microsoft is pleased to make available the final component of its software development kit for Flight Simulator 2002. This last set of six SDK documents covers scenery and terrain components and includes the scenery SDK from Flight Simulator 2000 as a reference as it is unchanged for 2002. Information included in these documents will enable you to add custom elevation terrain, ground textures, and even aerial imagery to the Flight Simulator environment. For more information, see the Developer's Desk. http://zone.msn.com/flightsim/FS02DevDeskSDK15.aspExplains how to add new line and polygonal data such as roads, rivers, coastlines and lakes to the terrain system. (0.5MB) Taxiway MarkingsExplains how to add markings (including edge, center and hold-short lines) and lights to the taxiways you create. (0.2MB)Custom Terrain Textures

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Oh baby yes!!! Finally.... now I hope to see some nice scenery from the gurus :) :)

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Well I guess late is better than never!! (We could have used thisa looong time ago). Dan

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No ATC SDK, that's gonna be what FS2004 is gonna be about, kick-##### ATC or one could hope!!Randy Jura, KPDX

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... on the ball as usual :-) Thanks buddy ! :-outta Francois :-wave________________________Francois A. "Navman" DumasAssociate Editor &Forums AdministratorAVSIM Online!email: fdumas@avsim.com________________________

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Chris, At long, long last! I've been waiting for Microsoft to spill the beans about how to do coastlines for almost two years, since CFS2 came out! Yippee! Many thanks, Chris. Best regards, Chris Wright

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To be correct, half a year to go (before the next, better formats are on the horizon and before early screenshots of FS2004 make the stuff obsolete that will now become possible) :-).Cheers,Siggy

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Yes, then only a year after that before new things in that version become possible. ;)

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