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FSX a wired Polygonhole

Hello everyone,

Firstly thanks for the great tool fsxkml to help me create scenery.

I am now working on improving coastlines and islands of China based on OSM data. I find a wired issue on polygonhole, I attached my kml files.
The polygonhole with name "wired island" generates a water poly and the surrounding area becomes hole.

Any ideas what's wrong in this case?

Thanks in advance!
 

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I finally fixed this problem. The problem was because the sequence of vertices of the hole was reversed due to I copied it from kml innerBoundaryIs part. With fsxkml, I can edit it and reverse the sequence (again, what a great tool!!).
 
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