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Discussion in 'Airport Design General' started by neilb, 9/12/07.

  1. neilb

    neilb

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    I know the answer is probably simple, but I have just started playing with FsArchitect, but I am having trouble with the Lat/Long that FSX uses and the Lat/Long FsA uses, how do I change the Lat/Long in FSX? Neil
  2. meshman

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    Do you mean "How FSX displays the Lat/Lon?"

    What method does FSA display?
  3. neilb

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    lat/long

    Thanks 4 getting bk 2 me. the lat/long in FSX displays for example N32 53.78 whereas FSA only goes up to .60, I know it can be changed n FSX but I don't know how. Thanks. Neil
  4. andy135

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    Neil, search the usual flightsim sites such as flightsim.com for a file named laloconv.zip

    It's a conversion table and will cure your problem.:)
  5. jyarddog

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    http://www.mentorsoftwareinc.com/FREEBIE/freebies.htm

    There you will find a free degree/mi/sec converter. As I understand flight sim used to display lat/lon differently. Then somewhere between FS98 to 2k or something they changed it. Actually there is a way you can make FS9 or maybe even FSX display it diffrently by altering the config file. I can't remember axactly how but it's not hard at all. Anyway, try the above. I use that to convert. Bob
  6. neilb

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    lat-long

    Thanks guys that's solved the problem. Neil

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