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I have been having an ongoing dialogue with Dick Ludowise (rhumbaflappy ) about the removal of coastline flattening poly's from FS2002. These are the poly's that describe the coastlines and also drag elevation down to zero. It appears from this and all the other forums that I am one of the few who have any concerns.My concern stems from the fact that without a method of removing or at least modifying them it is impossible to import any photo scenery into FS2002 that contains detailed coastline information. You are stuck with MS's rather crude coastline data as these poly's will drag all terrain down to zero elevation. I would be interested to know if anyone else is facing the same problem and whether they have managed to find a workaround.Regards,Tosh

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Dear Tosh:Ye i have the same problem, i have designed a phototerrain scenery, i make an detailed island, but when i create the real mesh terrain under the island, the deafult Fs2002 coastline flatten the half part o my mesh terrain island.In other works the default FS2002 coastlines doesn't match with my real coastlines.Is there a way to exclude the default Fs2002 coast flattens?Thanks.Alfredo Mendiola LoyolaLima Peruwww.geocities.com/peruscenery/Screenshots.html

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Hello Chris,Most of my projects have this problem. Makes it hard to get cliffs on coasts.Doesn't Dick have some method to eliminate those polys? Although I seem to remember him mentioning that it was then impossible to recreate a mesh?Best regards.Luis

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