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FSX Scenery: FAKD airport hole fix.

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File Name: FAKD airport hole fix.File Submitter: AlexDzedaFile Submitted: 2 Jan 2009File Category: FSX ScenerySupport / Contact Information:: alexdzeda@gmail.comLicense: : Freeware - unlimited distributionOther Files Required:: No InformationCo-Author Credits: : No InformationRevision History: : No InformationI received a few e-mails about a hole at FAKD in South Africa, so I checked it out and put multiple flattens on the airfield so it would be level without huge spikes in the ground. . E-mail me if you have more airports that need fixing :).Fixing Microsofts errors one at a time since 09, Alex DzedaClick here to download this file

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File Name: FAKD airport hole fix.File Submitter: AlexDzedaFile Submitted: 2 Jan 2009File Category: FSX ScenerySupport / Contact Information:: alexdzeda@gmail.comLicense: : Freeware - unlimited distributionOther Files Required:: No InformationCo-Author Credits: : No InformationRevision History: : No InformationI received a few e-mails about a hole at FAKD in South Africa, so I checked it out and put multiple flattens on the airfield so it would be level without huge spikes in the ground. . E-mail me if you have more airports that need fixing :).Fixing Microsofts errors one at a time since 09, Alex DzedaClick here to download this file
Alex- Are you using Xbuilder? If so, how might I get the edges of a flatten file to mesh nicely with surrounding terrain without ending up with cliffs here and there? In the set altitude window I see where I might enter heading and slope for whatever point I might type in, but it is very confusing. Is slope degrees? It talks about the number per 1000 meters. I don't know what that number is. If it's degrees then say, 6 degrees for every 1000 meters might be a lot. Or maybe not. Anyway - quite confusing. Bob

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