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South America Scenery

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Hello,

 

First of all, thanks for your amazing South America Scenery. Roads, rivers, coasts are very nicely placed in FS9 scenery. 

However, flying in south of Brazil, en route from SBPK to SBPA, also around SBFL mountains, I noticed that there is yellow ground that looks like a desert. In reality terrain in Brazilian South should be green, not yellow. 

Just wondering if I´m doing something wrong. Thank you.

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Obrigado, Rodrigo, glad you're liking the scenery. However, as far as I remember, deserts weren't taken into account for the OSM scenery. That must have been set by any landclass add-on you may have, or even default MS landclass has it that way, and thus out of the scope of this OSM scenery. I can't remember seeing deserts when flying to Porto Alegre.

 

Now, remember it's still winter, this may affect. If you set the date to summer, does this yellow still look yellow?

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Hola Luis, actually I installed new textures and now green textures are back. I think it was a texture that was missing. 

Thank you very much for your amazing effort to bring SA to life in the FS9!

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Hello dear OSM-Team,

 

I want to thank all of You for creating this wonderful mega-project!

I am speechless, the whole continent of South-America in such a detail.

Never had so much fun, exploring your work!

 

My best wishes to all of You,

Thank You!

Hans-Christian

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Hello dear OSM-Team,

 

I want to thank all of You for creating this wonderful mega-project!

I am speechless, the whole continent of South-America in such a detail.

Never had so much fun, exploring your work!

 

My best wishes to all of You,

Thank You!

Hans-Christian

 

Above All we have to thank Luis for his contribution. Your comments are really very much appreciated! Thanks!

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