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Hello fellows,for some reason, my installation did not install the world.cab onto the harddisc. But for some tuning of the scenery, you need to have it on the harddisc.I tried the simple un-cabbing of world.cab into scenedbworld (or [...]textures) and changing the scenery.cfg file, but without success: FS2002 crashes on startup, telling me, that something is wrong in the scenery.cfg file in Area.001.Here is the vital part of 'scenery.cfg':before my install:[Area.001]Texture_ID=1Title=StandardterrainActive=TRUELayer=1Remote=[FS_DISK_3]scenedbworld.cabLocal=Required=FALSEand after (though, it did not work, as mentioned above...)[Area.001]Texture_ID=1Title=StandardterrainActive=TRUELayer=1Remote=Local=ScenedbWorldRequired=FALSE---> What am I doing wrong?Thank you for you help,Jan.

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&l;General&r;Title=FS2002 World SceneryDescription=FS2002 Scenery DataClean_on_Exit=TRUECache_Size=102400K&l;Area.001&r;Title=Default TerrainTexture_ID=1Active=TRUELayer=1Required=TRUERemote=Local=scenedbworld&l;Area.002&r;Title=Default SceneryLocal=SceneryActive=TRUELayer=2Required=TRUERemote=These are the first three entries in my scenery.cfg file.

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Jan,Here is my entry...Title=Default TerrainLocal=scenedbworldTexture_ID=1Active=TRUELayer=1Required=TRUERemote=The only differences would seem to be the order of the entries and the 'Required=TRUE' line.Doug Dawson

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