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Question about Fs archtiet

Discussion in 'Airport Design General' started by summit Design, 1 Aug 2007.

  1. summit Design

    summit Design

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    if i make some bits in FSachitect -- will i be able to share my work with others like if i were using Instant scenery by flight one ? or will the people who i send it to need fs archtect ?
  2. scruffyduck

    scruffyduck Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    It generates regular bgl files so you should be able to share them
  3. summit Design

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    so if i made a scenery package with it in then it should be ok ?
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    I think that is what I said :)
  5. arno

    arno Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    Hi,

    I am not sure if I understand the comparison with Instant Scenery.

    FS Architect is a tool that allows you to make airports, ground layouts, etc. Instant Scenery is a tool to place (library) objects.

    For all scenery tools you can share the produced BGL files so that people can see the result. They don't need to own the tool you used to make them for that.
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    Agreed. Anything created with Architect2k4 will have a filename with 2004 in it. I.e. scenery folder name is.... creston. In your creston\scenery folder you will then see a bgl called creston2004. it will be seen by all others.

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