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Ground2k cuts compilation

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Hi,I've got a real problem with the latest version of Ground2k (5.1). I've created the cell of a whole city containing hundreds of roads, railroads etc, to say it short: A lot of VTP2 Lines.The ASM file containing the source code of the VTP2-lines for BGLC was about 300-400KB in size (!). But now, after I re-opened my Ground2k-file of this city, Ground2k "cuts" the complilation after a while and the ASM file is only 6KB big so that most of the VTP2-lines are missing.I've heared about that Ground2k (or VTP2 in general) has problems to handle many VTP2-Objects. The more irritating it is that the compilation worked just an hour ago.It would be really bad if the work of two days is gone, I will be thankfull for every help! Please!Sasa

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I don't think the problem is in the VTP, for the NL2000 scenery we have also tested them and we sometimes had a LOD with a source file of 1 MB. This all showed without problems.So I guess it is something with the saving and opening of Ground2k.

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Thanks Arno. I've soved the problem but I'm not sure about HOW I did it...I just re-installed Ground2k and everything worked fine.Now I'm just wondering why the the LWM-file (by cell), that includes the whole city of Hamburg is smaller (249KB) than the another cell that only covers some contryside (1.049KB)...But now another problem occurs: Since I have added the complex cell of the city with all its roads etc., FS crashes when I get close to the border between the two cells and returns to the desktop without any error message.Furthermore it seems, that too many VTP2-Lines exclude the default airport polygons and I have to create them again. That's not a big problem but I'm wondering why this happens.Sasa

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