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MickB

Runways not aligned to scenery

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I have noticed that a lot of runways are not aligned to the photo scenery. Some tiles seem to overlap is this a fault with TP ? Can I do something to correct the mis-alignments?

 

I realy love TP it certainly enhances the flying experience. Many thanks to all concerned.

 

Regards Michael.

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The only way I can think of is to look for an addon airport and put it above your TP entries in your scenery library. Another method is to adjust de stock FS airport yourself with ADE and create your own addon.

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The only way I can think of is to look for an addon airport and put it above your TP entries in your scenery library. Another method is to adjust de stock FS airport yourself with ADE and create your own addon.

Slowhand is exactly correct with regard to creating your own airports that are correctly placed.  I love to fly gliders and like the French Alps for gliding as well as my home area in New England.

 

I have corrected the location of over 60 airports in places I frequently fly so that they match the real-world satellite TileProxy Service1 imagery.  I got tired of landing at airports that were sometimes 1km off their correct location (for example, LFLJ Courcheval, France - see pix below).  Here are the links to some of these airports I have put in the AVSIM Library:

LFLJ Courcheval stock FSX airport

LFLJ Courcheval relocated for TileProxy

 

15 French Alps Airports - FSX with TileProxy

New Hampshire & Vermont - 21 Airports Package

25 Central Massachusetts Airports

 

Good luck and enjoy,

John G.

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Many Thanks guys.

 

Have downloaded the French airports and like you, I love flying in the Alps.

 

Regards

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