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FS2004 Unhandled exception when trying to Export FS9 bgl

Yes it does! I am very pleased to say I have no issues working with it now. Such a huge improvement over the 'hard labour' of manually trying to piece together flattens with SBuilder as the only option. Thank you very much, TS Pro is now the tool I hoped it would be, also for FS9. I still have to explore all the possibilities but what I have done was very productive.

As for the 'reasonable' job of the compiler, I find it easy to deal with its small imperfections now - that may actually just be consequences of how terrain is rendered in FS9. The past few days I got to better understand that and the unwanted effects of points (too) close together are easily ironed out by deleting a few of them and/or adding some sculpt nodes. So thanks again, this is a another very welcome tool.

Erik
 

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You're very welcome, Erik. It was clear from the issues I found that the FS9 compiler was never tested. While the errors were easily corrected once found, the compiler could never have produced a useable result. Glad to hear it now does.
 
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I also try this beta version:stirthepo:
TS Pro 2104(d).zip
And I want to report that now does not have the problems described by me in this post:
Accordingly, I can conclude that the stable version has 2 serious problems that are not in the beta version :(

p/s also in beta version fixed a problem about which I informed you in private messages:)
 
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