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UTX with FTX OpenLC North America library placement?

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Can anyone comment on what the best placement would be for a combo of ftxg + utx + open lc NA (dont have vector)... i've seen it mentioned before but trying to nail down the exact placement.

 

Taking my first dive into OpenLC.. after having been primarily GEX + UTX for the longest time..

 

 

Is it open LC going Above the utx entries in the library..

 

so..

 

OpenLC

UTX

Default (least priority)

 

Just trying to confirm.. and any need to turn off any scenery entries for utx or utx tool objects per say?

 

Thanks in advance

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How you have it listed is how I have mine set. Just turn off all the extra land class features in UTX and you should be good.

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How you have it listed is how I have mine set. Just turn off all the extra land class features in UTX and you should be good.

 

Which options would that be exactly, or rather, what of UTX do you leave on?  I assumed that it would be good to leave them all on, but have it layered so if a landclass didnt appear, that utx would take over.. i guess maybe that only applies outside of north america.

 

So in the interface for say the USA + canada which options get toggled off?

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I've tried to place orbx oc between urban and vegetation to have all the landclass active, but if in Eurpope this combo did a good job, in NA it create some arctifact in some places, so I left the entries between utx urban and vegetation but I've disabled the urban custom and vegetation landclass from utx usa and canada tools.

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How you have it listed is how I have mine set. Just turn off all the extra land class features in UTX and you should be good.

When you guys referred to this before..

 

Did you just mean the entries under "landclass/waterclass" (LC9 Vegetative, LCX Urban, LUX Custom, WC Waterclass)?  did this also include Streams and Small rivers, or the other Water body coastlines ? Or any other groupings?

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