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Landclass - above or below scenery in scenery.cfg?

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Hi all, should the LC folder for a scenery package be above, ie lower value, or below the relevent SC folder in the scenery.cfg file.eg Area.094Title=EDDF_LCLocal=E:FS2004 SceneryaerosoftEDDF_LCActive=TRUELayer=94Required=FALSERemote=Area.095Title=EDDF_2005Local=E:FS2004 SceneryaerosoftEDDF_2005Active=TRUELayer=95Required=FALSERemote=orArea.094Title=EDDF_2005Local=E:FS2004 SceneryaerosoftEDDF_2005Active=TRUELayer=94Required=FALSERemote=Area.095Title=EDDF_LCLocal=E:FS2004 SceneryaerosoftEDDF_LCActive=TRUELayer=95Required=FALSERemote=Thanks in advance, Ren

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In general, landclass should almost always goes below a dedicated scenery file. Every product is different though, and each 'designers' installation instructions should be followed.

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The priority of landclass scenery is mainly of interest when multiple landclass files cover the same geo area: the highest priority will be used. Aside from organizing scenery.cfg such that you can determine that the landlass you want at high priority is in fact at higher priority, as a general idea it is probably good to have smaller-area scenery at a higher priority, under the theory that any specific changes made to landclass in a small area is probably more accurate than a large-area landclass. In your specific scenario, I would use the first option (landclass lower layer number) unless the readme provided a good reason why it shouldn't be done that way.scott s..

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