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The last few months, Asobo has set a maximum line length for the XML. Paavo has created a fix for this, but this is not yet released. I don't know why, but if you're into git, you can try and download the master branch from here: https://github.com/noolaero/msfs-toolkitFollowing up on my last post I am having problems compiling my airport now after adding in the elevation data. The elevations look great when I am in DevMode and in the scenery editor. As soon as I click save scenery though in the sim the package will not build anymore and gives me an error. I can then run the MSFS Toolkit and compile the elevations again and it creates the airport xml file again and that one I can build a package without errors. Basically I am able to build the xml after I run the msfs elev tool from the toolkit but as soon as I click save scenery in the scenery editor in the SDK the file will no longer compile. I don't even have to edit anything in the scenery editor. Just one click of save scenery and it will no longer compile. Anyone have any solution to this? I have attached screenshots below of when I first build the package after running the msfs elev toolkit and then the console log after I have saved the scenery in the editor and it will no longer build.
Thank you! That appears to have been the issue. I downloaded the master branch and the file compiles again after saving in the scenery editor! I would have never found this solution as I am not really a big Github user. Now I will make my edits again that I was working on and save and hopefully it will keep working!The last few months, Asobo has set a maximum line length for the XML. Paavo has created a fix for this, but this is not yet released. I don't know why, but if you're into git, you can try and download the master branch from here: https://github.com/noolaero/msfs-toolkit
Hi,Non appena inserisco questo comando msfs project -type scenario -id LFSC -name "marcstrasb-base-lfsc" -title "LFSC Base" -creator "marcstrasb" -aerial "LFSC Aerial Base" ho il seguente risultato (vedi il screenshot allegato):
Run Sfc Scannow from WindowsThank you for your help ! I did as you said by putting ".\" in front or doing with the full path of the exe, I end up with this answer: CHCP is not an internal or external command.
Hello, Bavarello. I've tried to used this tool to exclude my airport, but it give an error: Terminating translation prematurely after failed translation of layer polygon, just as the picture shows.Thanks you @Paavo,
with the -exclude option in MSFS Toolkit version 0.47 add another piece for this great tool.
Excluded AreasWhen developing a regional terrain that covers multiple airports (without including them), you may want to cut out holes around airports to avoid conflicts with third party airport packages.
You can use -exclude option to assign a vector file with polygons that define excluded areas. All heightmap rectangles overlapping with those polygons will be skipped.
Border (red) + exclusion (yellow) = grid (green)