FSX Marmolada Dolomite Scenery

Marmolada Dolomite high resolution scenery, Italy.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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marmolad.zip
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Marmolada Dolomite high resolution scenery, Italy.

As to install the sceneries of Frank.

Once unloaded the scenery you will find you with one or more files .bgl Very simply you will have to create a folder inside addon scenery (directory of FSX) with the name of the scenery (to your liking) for example for the Cervino all it takes is naming the folder Cervino, then to create a subfolder (in the folder Cervino) and to name it scenery and finally in this folder to insert the file bgl that you have unloaded.

Now, It is necessary to go to the library sceneries now and to add the scenery to the list of the sceneries.

If files or sceneries there are more that occupy the same region, that FSX effects the rule of the priorities, that is everything that that is set more aloft it always has the priority on the inserted sceneries more in low.

I make an example: if I have unloaded the third vers.del Cervino and in my bookstore I already have a vers. older than the same Cervino to be able it to visualize (the last version) I have to put aloft this last scenery to the list and however at least a taller step of the same scenery with a old vers.. If in another case I simply have some files bgl that interests the same region, the file inserted bgl more aloft in the briefcase scenery always has the precedence of the other inserted more in low and will be visualized totally covering the file preceding bgl. In practice both for the sceneries that for the same files bgl inside the subfolder scenery is worth the Law of the Priorities.' However the order of download of the files usually mirrors the correct Priority, all it takes is exactly leaving them as they have been inserted by the author in the folder. If the priority is not respected with 2 sceneries that concern the same region, the scenery becomes incomplete, overlapped ache... in practice wrong... if this happens, there is certainly a problem of conflict and therefore it is necessary to respect the Priorities.

Other important aspect, is the mesh (that is the levels of the ground DEM), these missing, the scenery won't have any real aspect or it will simply be "reseted" to earth: Important therefore to have the mesh (you usually suggest from the author), in mine case use the mesh a19mt. (grate therefore of 19x19) of the Alps to this http://c30s.alpes.gratisim.fr/_ALPES_LOD11_Version2.zip Once you unload you/they must simply be inserted in the folder "addon scenery" as the other sceneries and additions in the library sceneries.

Good flight to all.

The archive marmolad.zip has 4 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Marmoalda 2A.bgl03.15.0868.56 MB
readme.txt04.02.082.58 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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