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Sloping walls

I am designing some farm strip scenery for MSFS2020 and obviously the ground is not always flat so I have to slope the walls, but msfs2020 still appears to have the same bug as previous issues of flight simulator in that although you can slope the walls perfectly in developer, when you reload the scenery the walls revert back to default setting ie;flat. I can scale them move them up and down and they stay set in that position. In image 1 while in developer mode, I have aligned the walls perfectly. In image 2 after reloading into 2020 the walls are all flat and have reverted back to default positions and look unrealistic. Surely this is a simple coding matter? I'm sure someone can fix this! Arno?

Thanks for your time


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We have the same problem with fences. The only solution thait I have found is to flatten the zone.
Ther are very few real flat farm fields though. I would have thought someone could solve what seems a simple problem though don't you? I mean all the other axis's seem to work
I have actually dropped a line to the Zendesk. I'll let you know if they get back. I'm sure Arno could solve a little problem like this!;)