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Ortho Tile Legend?

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How do I tell what Ortho tiles are which?  I need to delete a bunch of them to free up space for Orbx TE SoCal.

I don't think I have the O4XP program installed anymore.

Is there a chart or legend somewhere?

49869893763_4a390af2bd_o.pngortholatlongs by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr


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Am I missing something?  Only shows parts of Europe and Florida.

Found this which at least gives me lat longs when I click on the map

https://www.latlong.net/

This is even better...old hd mesh tiles

http://www.alpilotx.net/downloads/x-plane-11-hd-mesh-scenery-v4/#Coverage

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Go here and enable the graticule map:

http://zonephoto.x-plane.fr/index.php

It's fairly easy to work out, X-Plane's tiles are numbered by their south-west corner. So locate the grid you want on either of the links posted, e.g. Los Angeles will be zOrtho4XP_+33-119. You can also use Google maps, scroll around and look at the URL bar, it will give you longitude and latitude of the tile. Round the latitude and longitude down one, and that's your tile

 

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Got it all figured out and bought TE SoCal thanks gents


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