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  1. I had to put my pc back together so I could test for you ( I don't use use flight sims anymore). It is definitely showing up the KML files correctly on my W7 32, W10 32 and my W10 64 machines. PM you ini file and I can take a look when I get a chance. The only limitation I remember with using KML files was that you had to have area per file. In other words you cannot create two areas that are disjointed in the same kml file. What happens if you drag and drop the kml file onto the map? Does it redraw the map in the correct location at least. This would indicate the program is reading the file correctly but is just not drawing the shapes. I was using 1.03b (been so long since I last used it) so cannot remember if there was a 'c' version. I also passed the project onto somebody else over a year ago, not sure if they have done much work on it as I haven't been around the forums lately. Maybe if you post in the other topic they might respond. Mark
  2. Kevin, Stick to using snap=off. The old version used to enlarge the area that is eventually processed based on the snap mode selected. So using LOD13 it would enlarge the area until the LOD13 boundaries would just cover whatever area you initially selected. With the newer version any tiles outside the area polygon are ignored anyway so the snap mode serves no purpose really.You will just end up with bigger files with the same imagery. You will probably notice that the imagery inside your kml polygon was not orange, only the area outside of it should have been, it should still compile though.
  3. Hi One of the forum members was kind enough to paste his working ini file, he is using FS2004 so just copy and paste the service info. http://forum.avsim.net/topic/433280-fs2004-photoreal-over-napa-valley/?p=2916010 Changing just the http to https wont work with google, the whole url is different, it also needs a specific API key that gets issued from them, Fiddler2 is able to show the whole URL for you including the key. Cheers
  4. Google maps have changed their URL from http to https, you need to add an API code to the end of the url. Just a quick look at the other URL's I can see that you have the digits 25 between % and 's'. It should just be %s. The software will replace the %s with the tile number data, depending on what service coding you specify. Have a look at a program called Fiddler2. It captures all internet traffic coming into your machine. Open up a web page and try a map service, you can then examine what the URL it needs looks like and the relevant version number. The version numbers do update from time to time and you need to constantly update them in your ini files URL's.
  5. Put the relevant ini contents into a code block, <> icon in the toolbar. That will stop the URL's from being truncated. A few posts above you will see how it should look.
  6. To help we would need to see what you have put into the service section of the config file. If you are getting urls like http://1202231021200/ then you have not edited them correctly. The %s gets replaced in the software with the number sequence of the tile you are requesting.
  7. I don't normally post service codings, but see if this works. [Service9] #Yahoo Aerial ServiceName = Y-Aerial ServiceCodeing = zxy ServiceUrl = https://1.aerial.maps.api.here.com/maptile/2.1/maptile/481c6938c1/satellite.day/%s/256/jpg?lg=ENG&token=TrLJuXVK62IQk0vuXFzaig%3D%3D&requestid=yahoo.prod&app_id=eAdkWGYRoc4RfxVo0Z4B Referer = https://maps.yahoo.com/map UserAgent = Mozilla/4.0 ServerVariations = 1.aerial,2.aerial,3.aerial,4.aerial
  8. Unfortunately not. Your best bet would be to convert them to Geotiffs and run them through the SDK manually. Without anyone knowing the address of the website you are getting the imagery from no one will be able to tell you what to put in the ini file. The tile encoding also needs to be compatible with the way the program works as well.
  9. ServiceUrl =https://khms0.google.com/kh?t=t%s&n=404&v=140 Referer = https://maps.google.com UserAgent = Mozilla/4.0 ServerVariations = khms0,khms1,khms2,khms3
  10. Been ill so haven't checked the forums for a while. You said you tried it on another machine and it worked. I have tried numerous ways to replicate the error you mention. No matter what I do it always works. I even tried running multiple instances at the same time, worked with no errors. You said you suspect it was caused by the customizedprocessscript file. Can I assume that you have modified yours in some way. The default file is just full of empty routines, it doesn't do anything. I need more info if I am to replicate the error.
  11. You could always copy the agn files from layers below the photoreal layer and paste them into your directory containing your photoreal files. Here is a discussion on another forum that seems interesting. They are creating custom autogen files from the original images downloaded with FSET. http://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?t=426256
  12. Tried your's out. Compiled with no errors, on an XP Virtual machine. Only thing I can suggest is to try it on another machine, or a VM if you don't have another one. Regards,
  13. Hi Just tried running a batch on my machine. It finished without any errors. Post an example of the command you are using and I will see if that makes any difference.
  14. change https back to http, v=106 to v=125. Cheers Mark
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