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well I downloaded Fssc latest. I went and read some forums and I read the how twos in the help. I thinks I might be able to do it.I downloaded an older files someone else wrote but it is for older versions if the program. I'm looking for anyone who can explain how to get started. where do I put downloaded macros,api's, scasms- what are scasms anyway. I am from Idaho, coeurd'alene area, I want to place some fencinging and build some farms with cattle horses anda couple of elk farms I have seen in my area. I haven't started that project yet. the project I am currentaly working on is flying every airport in Wyoming. and have located a few hard to see airports on the trip. I want to improve them and place farms around them also.I need a guide for getting started. one for dumb mutts. I have figured out some things but I don't understand all of it. thanksMutt

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You can put the macros anywhere you want. In FSSC you can browse for a specific folder and then add that macro. I ussually make a separate folder for each of my projects where I collect all the macros I make for it.Then SCASM, it is the compiler that makes a BGL file for the scenery you have made. The macros you are using are also SCASM code and FSSC also makes SCASM code for runways, apron, etc you make. SCASM then converts these source files into the BGL for FS.


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