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Yes they work in FS9. With some FS2004 scenery you need that file installed for the scenery to work right.

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Works great...Textures go in the FS9texture folder. Tree_0.bgl goes in the SFS9sceneryWorld|scenery folder....Joe w.

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i have some scenery which was made for fs2002 but the trees are just white blocks, i installed trees and installed as directed but it didn't help for that particular scenry (EGNT/EGNV) Does anyone know a way in which to get the scnery to use these textures? it was dependent on airport and vod textures but they don't work either for this scenry in fs2004 :(Paul.

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>Works great...>Textures go in the FS9texture folder. Tree_0.bgl goes in the>SFS9sceneryWorld|scenery folder....>Joe w.>According to someone that emailed Gerrish Gray, on FS9 , it goes in the FS9sceneryBasescenery folder , rather than the world folder. . The textures sill go in the FS9Texture.

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I was wondering this as well. Just to confirm...Do they overwrite existing textures?Do they have any great impact on FPS?Thanks!

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Thanks, Michael. That clears that up, don't really need them at this time then, but I used them in FS2002 and they definitely added spice to add-on scenery.

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>>Works great...>>Textures go in the FS9texture folder. Tree_0.bgl goes in>the>>SFS9sceneryWorld|scenery folder....>>Joe w.>>>>According to someone that emailed Gerrish Gray, on FS9 , it>goes in the FS9sceneryBasescenery folder , rather than the>world folder. . The textures sill go in the FS9Texture. >>Either place will work great. The BASE folder is probally better because it has no texture folder thereby forcing it to look in the default texture folder.Joe W.

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I'm sure glad I took the time to read this thread. I've been using Gerrish's trees since FS2002, the autogens too. I know there is supposed to be only one Tree_0.bgl and it has to be placed correctly. I went into my FS9Scenery folder to see where it was. Surprize it was hanging out all by itself in the FS9Scenery folder. It wasn't even in the World scenery folder. I did put in the Basescenery folder. Would I be imagining things if things seemed to be running smoother ?

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