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FS2004 FS9 Autogen anomoly

Yes, I'm still grinding away with my UKVFR installation ;)
Every so often, for no apparent reason, I find an area of photographic scenery where my applied autogen just doesn't show, as if an 'exclude' was in place. So, my question is, is there a utility that will tell me EVERY scenery file that is active below my airplane, irrespective of whether it's main centre of interest is nearby or somewhere remote.

I'm familiar with the concept of disabling sceneries 'till the fault disappears, then disabling each file in turn to isolate the problem, but with well over 10,000 bgl files to deal with it can take several hours to isolate and (hopefully) rectify what, at the end of the day, is usually just a minor niggle.

Any thoughts, or indeed solutions, will be gratefully received :)

No, I am not aware of such a tool.