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I have a road that I need to make so that it "appears" to go under a taxiway. I have made two road segments that meet at the taxiway. I then assign a layer to the road segments that is lower than the taxiway (which is a polygon, by the way). However, the roads still show up above the polygon. I have also tried a higher layer setting (against logic) and still the roads appeared above. Any help?Thanks

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Which layers have you used for the roads and the polygon? It sometimes seems that roads always appear on layer 20, so you could try a higher layer for the polygon.Arno


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Arno,You're the man! I should start asking you question directly instead of posting. The layering above 20 worked. Also your tutorial on making GMax models API's was great. I didn't know about the scale thing though. I kept getting objects in FS that were double the size I created them. On another note, do you have a good example of how to use the ARC command to get curved taxiways. I have seem some posts about this but they are over my head. I havn't messed with SCASM much at all.Thanks

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>On another note, do you have a good example of how to use >the ARC command to get curved taxiways. I have seem some >posts about this but they are over my head. I havn't messed >with SCASM much at all. No, not yet. I still have to change my scenery so that it uses those commands. I think I will do that soon and then I know more....Arno


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