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FSX Planner build 13 available (May 29th)

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Hi all,A new version of FSX Planner is available. You can download it here: http://www.zbluesoftware.com/clients/FSXPlanner.zipHere's what has been modified/added for this version:* ILS Beams and their associated DMEs and Glide Slopes can now be displayed and edited. By default these items are not displayed. To show them, select the Show ILS Beams option under the Display menu. The colors used to render the ILS Beams, DMEs and Glide Slopes can be customized from within the Preferences Dialog (File -> Prefernces; Colors tab). When you select any part of the ILS (ie ILS, DME or Glide Slope) all items associated with that ILS system will be selected and highlighted, making it easier to see which components are part of the ILS system.* Pressing the delete key will now delete any selected item in the airport display.* Runway center lines are now displayed on runways as appropriate.* Runway closed markings are now displayed on a closed runway.* Runway STOL markings are now displayed on a STOL runway.-Russell* The buttons within the Taxiway Sign Wizard have been rearranged to provide for a better order.* Some slight display errors have been cleaned up within the Taxiway Signs that are displayed in the taxiway sign properties display and in the Taxiway Sign Wizard.* Fixed a bug that set the default look and feel to "Metal" instead of "Windows". (For best performance you should use "Windows" as the look and feel. Setting it to "Metal" causes some of the property windows to need scrollbars which are not needed when using the "Windows" setting. This setting can be changed under File -> Preferences, General tab.)* Fixed a bug which prevent having altitudes below sea level.

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Thanks so much for writing this program, its sure to become a classic utility in the FSX toolbox.Is there any chance of being able to display a photo of the airport derived from one of the online services to use for tracing and positioning of airport elements?sbuilder for FSX does this wonderfully by referencing images downloaded with the manifold toolbar. Perhaps FSPlanner could use the same technique?Alternatively, if FSPlanner could read SHP files, one could do the tracing in sbuilder, and import the SHP file into FSPlanner as place holders knowing that the georeferrencing info is accurate.What do you think?

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I think that's a great idea. It is on our list of things to implement, we just haven't got around to it yet.Thanks for using FSX Planner, and we're glad that it has been so well received!-Russell

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