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A slash "/" on a taxiway sign?

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How can I show a slash "/" on a taxiway sign? If I just type it, it is interpreted as a "left backward arrow" and therefore shown as such.

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>How can I show a slash "/" on a taxiway sign? If I just type>it, it is interpreted as a "left backward arrow" and therefore>shown as such.You cannot show a slash ("/"). Use a vertical line ("|") instead. See the BglComp docs in the SDK for the valid characters. Note that Left and Right arrows are coded as "& lt" and "& gt" (remove spaces) respectively, which is non-obvious due to html rendering those tags as "<" and ">".-Doug

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Thanks for your reply, Doug.*Sigh* so there will be no "32R CAT II/III" signs in my scenery ...

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Hi there have you considered making your own in say gmax as something like a runway sign really is simple to do as it's not much more than a box with some legs and a texture. There are many people here who would help you if you get "stuck" and don't forget gmax has good tut's as well. Dan Martin Team Flight Ontario

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Thanks a lot for your help guys ... I know how to deal with GMAX, but I find it sad, that there is no way to make such signs with fs-internal resources.

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>Thanks a lot for your help guys ... I know how to deal with>GMAX, but I find it sad, that there is no way to make such>signs with fs-internal resources.Submit bugs with suggested improvements (www.fsinsider.com).-Doug

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