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MSFS Foreign scenery objects origin?

Hello everyone.
Everyone who created stuff and has a community folder filled with addons knows what I mean. Inside the objects menu in the SDK there are now tons of objects from all the other sceneries. Is it possible to find out what addon scenery the origin of this is? So let's say I see some object I find interesting and therefore consider using it for my own scenery I obviously need to contact the author/creator of this object in order to ask for allowance to use it. Is there a way to show what is the scenery that it is originally coming from - and then easily find out who the author is - if you are in the SDK?

Thanks in advance

Cheers, Chris
Hi you can click in Scenery Editor on the object and in Properties you find the package name right under the GUID.