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With a tremendous amount of help with xml code from Bushpilot I was able to get my KASH flags all to work in a previous thread. With that knowledge, I have placed a new flag at my NAAS Corry Field created as it was from 1945-1960 before being converted from an airfield to a school. I have the flag controlled by wind speed; directional and at a specified time it is taken down or actually a flagpole only is on location. My question/problem is that FSX does not have an accurate enough latitude/longitude to place the flagpole precisely in the center of the concrete circle in front of the admin building. Without multiple times of experimentation of decimal changes, is there a more accurate way to place it than [SHIFT] Z which only gives 2 decimal places for the minutes? Or is that another anomaly of FSX.
 
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Thank you just used it and it PERFECTLY put the flagpole in the center of the concrete circle when I corrected the xml lat/long to what Slewmaster said.
 
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