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RandallR

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As kind of a follow up to my post about TS and rendering Maine and Mass., I TSed 6 globe tiles last night and looked around a little at them this morning. They looked rather "low" resolution to me. Maybe I just haven't seen TS scenery in a while. But, I didn't use the Fly!II base textures that TS wanted to unpack durning the install. I installed the HITW texture pack that is no longer aviaiable (I have it on CD) and then I chose "Mountain County" as the texture pack. I noticed that it said it was for "Fly! and Fly!2k". Would that be my problem? I was under the impression that Fly!II slicer would chop up the TGA image at the maximum res that Fly!II can handle. Should I have used the Fly!II base textures? How does the east coast look with those compared to the HITW stuff?Pieter

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Pieter,If you used the HITW textures, you cut the resolution in half - those were great textures for Fly!2K, but don't work well in Fly!II's 7.5 m/p environment.Yes, you should use the base textures - these are high resolution and match well with the default. If you haven't extracted them, do so. The "Base Fly2 Generic Textures" pak actually uses just a small amount of the textures that are places in the base directory - if you wish, open up the base land types, then use the editor to look at all of the other textures...then, combine them for your own east coast texture pak.

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