Just copy all your project folders from Alpha 18 to Alpha 19. Since you can set the path to the projects fold yourself then you can have them outside the ADE folder structure and even have a single folder for project. I actually keep them outside the ADE folders but do have a separate root folder for each alpha. However since we don't support anything alpha version other than the current one I copy old projects into the new alpha root folder and archive the old root folder. So I have a folder for Alpha 19 projects and my folder for alpha 18 projects went into my backup archive.Thanks. That is good to know.
BTW I did not change the Test Radius parameter of the airport properties. I just added an image from Google Earth of the area (for correct placement of scenery objects) with top left, bottom right co-ordinates and then added my scenery objects and at this point in case Jon is reading, the footprint of my scenery object is very 'tight' and exactly what I would expect it to be.
Firstly the scenery object is not complete and I have some way to go with it to include all the docks.
Here it is (note that this a huge scenery object which so far covers an area of 115 metres x 35 metres) -
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Please also note that the footprint is not exactly over the satellite imagery. That is because when viewed in MSFS it was not displayed in the correct position which begs the question are the co-orrdinates of scenery/landforms etc NOT exactly correct in MSFS or are the co-ordinates displayed by Google Earth not exact?
Lastly someone please advise the correct method to set up (alpha) 19 so that all my projects in 18 are in then 19 (I assumed that all I needed to do was to copy the entire F20 folder across).
I strongly recommend creating a root folder for projects outside the ADE folder structure