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Is there the equivalent of the "fly restart" in Fly2?Is there some way of correcting elevations? I have done some work on scenery textures,taxiways and modelling on my local airport in New Zealand but the glaring error is the landmark hill which is rendered as flat.

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Elevations! This is the most secret thing in Fly!II. You can count on some instructions/tools and can find it in this forum. But you know? I'm trying to understand it deply and I can't find enough information. I tryied to use flatenator and didn't get any results.I'm planing to develop a tool to work on Fly! elevations and made a very deep search in the net, but, nothing.I hope someday we can get enough information to change this mistery into reality.Regards___ JJLobo ___55 11 37268158

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Hi Lobo,Unfortunately you're completely right. I started S

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BTW, here some shots from Alpha-Rio (Galeao and Santos Dumont surroundings) that I working on. I already fixed runaways above water and coastlines problems.Hope you Like,Keyton Cabral

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Hi Keyton.I was not able to go to Araras and missed it. Did you go? If so, how was it?I'm a little bit of "TEIMOSO" and still thinking to go deeply in this elevation subject. I'm in a hurry in my job and don't have time this days. I hope soon I'll be back to my studies.Best regards___ JJLobo ___55 11 37268158

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You've corrected Santos Dumont runway over water problem. Cool. I would like to understand it. I know it is related to coast lines. However, learning this should help me understand a litle about elevations.What tools did you use to correct it?___ JJLobo ___55 11 37268158

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