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Black lines on photo scenery


I have noticed as I work my way through the many photo scenery files, that a few of the tiles have developed a black line down just one side. (side varies) This was not there before I started on the Watermasks tiles even though 3 of the tiles have no connection to the watermasks. I have re- processed a couple from scratch but the lines still remain. Anyone else come across this problem?
Also is there anyway to edit the FSX runway? While the runway is straight and correct the square apron on the side is at a strange angle and is too far down. Can this be fixed?

thanks Peter.
black lines


With FS9, the same pb occured if we define exactly the limits of the bitmap being the bounds of the scene.
The solution is to create a bitmap with some pixels more around and calculate the new coordinates of the image

In other words the bitmap must be greater than the final scene