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MSFS Ground Shear

Pilots are mostly familiar with wind shear, but MSFS has added another crash-causing hazard that I term ground shear, shown below. What causes it, and how do I get rid of it. Most
likely in this case I caused it somehow using ADE.

GroundShear.JPG
 
I can confirm that the shear was caused by adding flattens under some building models that included a falloff of -1. I previously reported that these flattens with a positive falloff distance caused all photogrammetry to disappear. In this case, the flattens are on the other side of the airport from where the ground shear occurs, and there is no apparent alignment relationship. Apparently there is some relationship between the falloff attribute in polygons and photogrammetry.
 
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