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Landing lightpoles

Approaching lightpoles

Hi to all!

This is my first post here. This forum give me lots of help but now I'm building my first scenery and I want to know how I can build approaching lightpoles as in real life. Default approach lights are "inside" the land. I use gmax and I now how to build poles but I dont know how to get build lights in poles.
 
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The only thing i can think of is to attach an effect in Gmax with the attachpoint script. Using the Nav FX from FS9 would give you red, white and green lights but ive no idea at what distance they would be visible from. There is a post in here somewhere , where another member ( bluedevil 6)has made these lights, maybe he could share his method with you. His post is in the showroom part of the forum and he has images.

rgds Jeff
 
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