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No, not yet :) In fact Dev Mode is crashing and being unstable that I lost interest in designing scenery in it
 

rhumbaflappy

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Are you interested in having a modelLib within an airport project, or as a stand-alone model library package?
 

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It just so happens that creating an in-depth tutorial for this was on my to-do list for today..

This tutorial is written for a stand-alone object library, however the process is pretty much the exact same if you are using it for single use objects. You just need to set it up in your airport/scenery package as opposed to it's own package.

Hope this helps!

 
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It just so happens that creating an in-depth tutorial for this was on my to-do list for today..

This tutorial is written for a stand-alone object library, however the process is pretty much the exact same if you are using it for single use objects. You just need to set it up in your airport/scenery package as opposed to it's own package.

Hope this helps!

Outstanding work! I'm sure this will help many!
 
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