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No runway light hardware visible in daylight.

I can see the runway lights on approach at night, no problem. However, I can't see the actual light fittings every few metres either side of the runway in daylight, nothing there, just the runway edge. It's the same for the taxiway, no light fittings.
Airport was made in ADE (ProKey) and my runways have the runway lights shown and listed.
Any ideas? Thanks.

The default lights that you are using have no light object models included. So you see nothing in daytime. You can either model them and place them including some light effect so that the lights are visible at night or you can use a tool called Airfield Lights which will create simple light models, help you with placement, and give you options for type of light effects. This tool is available here: Airfield Lights Toolbox

Hi Ed, thank you for that advice. A fantastic little utility, it did the job in minutes after I had read the manual. A little trial and error and job done.
Thanks again, much appreciated.