# VTPWidePoint parameter 4 behaviour

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`VTPPolyMethod2  14, 1, 0  VTPWidePoint  4852, 1,  9879, 0VTPWidePointWidth 1 VTPWidePoint  4852, 1,  9879, 0VTPWidePointWidth  25VTPWidePoint  4852, 0,  9879, 0VTPWidePoint  4808, 0,  9938, 0VTPWidePoint  4804, 0,  9949, 0VTPWidePoint  4809, 0,  9962, 0VTPWidePoint  4866, 0,  10024, 0VTPWidePoint  5054, 0,  10197, 0VTPWidePoint  5057, 0,  10197, 2  <<<<=== note parameter 4!VTPWidePoint  5057, 0,  10196, 0VTPWidePoint  5055, 0,  10183, 0VTPWidePoint  5188, 0,  10035, 0VTPWidePoint  5204, 0,  10008, 0VTPWidePoint  5203, 1,  10008, 0VTPWidePointWidth 0`

I have also attached 4 pictures showing this behaviour:- Picture 1 shows when parameter 4 is 0, - picture 2 shows when this parameter is 1, - picture 3 shows when parameter 4 is 2 and- picture 4 shows when parameter 4 is 3 but it must be one line above.Note bend marked on pictures 3 and 4. On picture 3 using TDFCalc I estimate the bend should be at position 5539, 10019. But the sharp bend on the far right side appears to be in the same spot if parameter 4 is 1 or 2; approx. at 6015, 9792. If I set parameter 4 to 3 in this line, then FS just says, "Your computer has ran out of memory. Flight Simulator will now exit."Interestingly though, FS will normaly start with parameter 4=3 in one line above, just that loooong line will end furter to the right at point approx. 6492, 9620. There are two bends (I think) at this long line, first at approx. 5525, 10026 and second at 6012, 9849.I can't explain what is going on but it might be interesting for Rhumbaflappy and Christian.And all I wanted is nice changeover to default FS road! :)Best regards to all,Goran BrumenFS Slovenija 2002 teamhttp://slovenia.avsim.net

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