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Altitude Issue with the latest stable release

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Hello

I have been working on an airport using the latest release of TS. I am currently flying with Prepar3D v4.1.

I built a flatten using SBuilderX and set the altitude at 460 ft, saved it and loaded the file then in TS using the import tool.

I was surprised to see that the altitide of the flatten in TS was 1506 ft ...which I had to correct of course.

Is there something I did wrong in SBuilderX or TS maybe ?

Thanks for any suggestion you may have here.

Philippe
 

gadgets

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Curiously, 1506' is equivalent to 460m.

I suspect you inadvertently entered the elevation in sBuilder X in meters.

Don
 
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Of course this must be something like that ! The devil is always in the detail I am afraid.

Thanks Don

Philippe
 
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