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I am trying to generate scenery for YSSY (Sydney)When I click Render,receive following message:tk.ts.d.a. 10 Exception.C:/Terra Scene2/textures/base/swamp-bog.jpg(the system cannot find the file)This is my first attempt at using TerraScene.Rodger Buckley.

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Rodger,It sounds like TS hasn't extracted the Fly!2 textures for you.A couple of questions:Do you have the latest version of TS(2.1)?Are you running Fly!2?Colin

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Colin,I am running TS (2.1)on FLY!2The Render info states:No existing RAS and/orRAT file,generating new RAS file.No DEM filesfor processing for current projectbounds.SystemXP1800GeForce 4 Ti4600512RamXP Home EdRodger.

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Colin,I have solved my problem.I hadn't installed the generic ground textures.I am trying to generate scenery for the coast of NSW.Is there a way to create pod files that join each other,so I can get a continuous coast line?Is it possible to use the lat. and long.of the previous file to alignwith the next.Thanks for your help.Rodger.

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Rodger,Glad you've got it working OK :DIf you create scenery on a Globe Tile basis, i.e. using the grid in TS2, then the adjoining Globe Tiles should match up fairly seamlessly.TS2 creates the txt file for the Fly! scenery import program (flyslice) automatically and this contains the lat/long of the corners.In my experience, the roads and coastlines will flow from one tile to the next.Colin

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