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I got it! FS import is really simple

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First, make sure that the add on scenery is in the fs2002 add-on folder.Second, give it a namethird, find an area, usually the last one, in the scenery.cfg, and add two simple lines: the name of the airport in the "title" heading, and the location of the scenery in the fs2002 folder. fourth, make sure that the 'area'number in the scenery.cfg is the same number that you enter in the fsimport 'area' field. Then, simply press the "generate" button , and the rest will take care of itself.Here's the airport of Burlington, VT. It's simply beautiful. I hope we can find a way to convert default scenries, though. It would be even easier. Here's what I have in the fs2002 scenery.cfg. Notice that in the "local" line, I simply have the name 'btv'. In the Fs2002 folder I have the actual add on scenery 'btv' that I downloaded from the net, C:Program FilesMicrosoft GamesFS2002ADDON SCENERYbtv[Area.122]Title=kbtvLocal=ADDON SCENERYbtvActive=TRUERequired=FALSELayer=xxxRemote=tony

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