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gltf preview in Visual Studio Code

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Visual Studio Code is a free "text" editor. There is a built in marketplace for extensions. the gltf Tools give you a structure view to the normal textview of the gltf file and also a render view inside of the editor. if you change values it will display them directly in the preview. and this is also working with msfs gltf files. :)

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Hi Mike:

IIUC, you are referring to the software available via links on these web pages:





Thanks for the heads up on this excellent resource. :)


PS: One might also wonder which XML extension for VS Code might prove most useful for XML editing in both MSFS-2020 and legacy versions of FS ? :scratchch

https://www.google.com/search?ei=nF...&ved=0ahUKEwiA4ZjPluTuAhVNOs0KHUCWCAkQ4dUDCAw

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yes exactly :) this is visual studio code (i could have posted a link too, thanks for adding it) :D
 
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