Yes, I made a full new install on my PC and the dll is also there. I made another installation on my Laptop which runs without any problems. Do you know the reason of this "side-by-side" error message? Maybe any issues with Visual-C libraries?
The latest development release of scenProc crashes immediately when started:
An unexpected error occurred
Can't load requested DLL: C:\ModelConverterX\x64\plugins\gdal_netCDF.dll
14001: Diese Anwendung konnte nicht gestartet werden, da die Side-by-Side-Konfiguration...
It would be nice to have a scale factor for buildings, to make it just a bit smaller than the footprint is, i.e. 90 (in %)
Reason is that on Aerial Images you can see mostly the outline of the Roof which is normally bigger than the footprint of the building itself.
In fact that all orbx scenery objects are ordinary library objects, the DynPlacement.dll is switching during runtime of FSX or ORBX.
I attached all the text strings found in the dll. Maybe you can find some helpful information inside. :stirthepo
VERY, VERY, VERY APPRECIATED!!!
Would be great to have such functionality for our sceneries.
As I have seen on your screenshot of the XML code, it seems that it will work only with simobjects and not with library objects, so it should also accept GUID for conditional placement of objects...
Here is another example of the issue. The object in the center of the attached picture is one Long building and is converted into 5 seperate objects by ScenProc with the option MAXRATIO. As you can see the objects are not well alligned, so I think the calculated orientation seems...
As I noticed on your picture, it seems that you are calculating distances and angles in geographic projection which is normally in degree units and in my opinion wrong for such calculations. The bounding box on your picture is deformed because the square angled corners are in fact...