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Transition to FS2004

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Does anyone know if there will be a pain free method of moving scenery from a previous FS2002 installation to FS2004?

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Yes, fortunately there is. The procedure is as follows.First, take 1-2 vicodin tablets.Second, wait approximately 1 hour.Third, install the scenery as with FS2002, and voila! Painfree scenery is yours for the taking!Noel

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I moved scenery by just transplanting it from the FS2002 add-on scenery file to the new one.FWIW -- FS2004 has greatly improved scenery mesh for the Caribbean area. Makes me wonder what other parts of the world are improved also.L.Adamson

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