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Exclude autogen scenery fs2002?

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How do I exludee a specific area of autogen scenery in FS2002.Thanks!

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Just make an exclude for that area and the autogen will be gone. If you search this forum a little bit you will find a lot of topics discussing how to make such an exclude with SCASM for example.

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Take a look at the following program:BGL Toolkit - A freeware utility to quickly view the "Table of Contents" of FlightSimulator scenery files (.BGLs) then resolve scenery conflicts/duplications by creating appropriate "Exclude" files from the information displayed. This utility is primarily designed for users, who have a number of conflicting scenery files and who wish to quickly create "Exclude" files in a Windows environment - which will disable parts of scenery areas which are lower in the FS loading hierarchy.There's also a companion tutorial available:Now that you've got the BGL Toolkit V0.8 (a.k.a. Exclude Kit) what are you going to do with it? this step by step, illustrated tutorial takes you from start to successful conclusion. I hope this helps in some small way, visit the URL below (see sig), for the above, plus additional ideas and suggestions.Good luckTom G, Sr.

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Thanks for thhe replies,I am going to try the bgl toolkit now.regards,Dave

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