New options available on AFLT 3102

Hi guys, here again surprised for the new AFLT release that I'm trying at the moment. I have some questions related on some new options available in the main window and in the manual.

What is the "Att. to Scenery" option?

What about the
A final supplementary item, Range (in NM) may be added for any light type. If used, a
blank field must be included for each default item noted in the previous table.
What is it for? And what do you mean about blank field to be included for each default item? Are you talking about the "Empty field" you indicated in the previous version of the manual? is this "//" or this "/ /"?

In the colors.txt file what are the Umin, Umax, Vmin, Vmax columns?

Why during the creation of the bgl from the array .def file, in the library folder with this version I obtain also 2 identical .xml files one of which has the filename suffixed with "_SO"?
 

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What is the "Att. to Scenery" option?
Please refer to the top of page 11 in the user manual.

A final supplementary item, Range (in NM) may be added for any light type. If used, a
blank field must be included for each default item noted in the previous table.
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What is it for?
Please refer to the middle of page 11 in the user manual.

And what do you mean about blank field to be included for each default item? Are you talking about the "Empty field" you indicated in the previous version of the manual? is this "//" or this "/ /"?
Yes

In the colors.txt file what are the Umin, Umax, Vmin, Vmax columns?
These are not user-adjustable fields. They refer to the location of the relevant color on the stock texture sheet.

Why during the creation of the bgl from the array .def file, in the library folder with this version I obtain also 2 identical .xml files one of which has the filename suffixed with "_SO"?
. One (suffixed "_SO")_ is the simobject version. The other is a standard scenery model. They may be identical.

Hope this helps,
Don
 
Thanks Don,
The part related to the Range is not exatly at page 11 (following the version of the manual contained in the AFLT package) but I made a search in the pdf and I found more informations. Just to understand: Does this function work both with BGL_Light and effects or only with effects?

EDIT: sorry disregard this question. I just found this this post that explains it

OT:
I do not understand why when I click on the "Reply" link ant the bottom of your reply, only a little part of your message is quoted and I'm not able to quote the whole message (I'm using Chrome latest version on Windows 7)
 
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