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FSX:SE FSX_Steam Edition with TileProxy

FSX_Steam Edition,Though the surface of GoogleEarth is indicated with with Tileproxy.
A building except for the airports isn't indicated with additional scnery.

Though I think that fsx_se.CFG and scenery_se.cfg are set up properly.
What should I modify to the rest?

Additional scenery is indicated properly with FSX_X and Tileproxy.
An advice is given to it about something.


 

arno

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I'm afraid I don't understand the question.

When it comes to external tools FSX and SE behave the same. So the way to use tileproxy is the same in both.
 
It keeps long silence for a long time very much.
I am sorry.
A problem was settled.
The setup of the scenery was very low, and a building wasn't indicated.
But, it was indicated when a setup was raised.
It is a solution of a problem.
 
This is a little off topic, but now that MSFS brings in aerial imagery from Bing, does that mean it’s ok to bring in bing imagery via TP?
 

arno

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I would say no. We don't have permission to use that imagery. The fact that Microsoft arranged such permission for their default scenery doesn't mean we can as well.
 
Yeah that was my thought, I was never a fan of tileproxy for the reason it violated TOS and lets just say Google were notified and took action, I had always dreamed of setting up a tile server via ARCGIS to then have TP hook in and do it legally, my above post was a little tongue in cheek, doesn't really come across in text :laughing:
 

arno

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I have been running my own geoserver at home for a while now and creating photoreal scenery from that. Works fine.
 
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