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All your questions have to be answered with a yes. I have two bgl's, a cvx one and a scenery one, the latter being the object placed on the vertices of the polyline.
True, I have to get better acquainted with SBX but there is always something coming in between.
Off to work and earn some money:(!


PS You did notice then (from the last screenshot) that I have a problem with the rendering of the terrain graphics, did not you? If I would have waited a bit before taking the screenshot (I slewed some distance in a hurry), the image would become much sharper and the mesh would settle down correctly. Guess my old PC or graphics card is not fast enough to render the scenery timely when moving around fast (80 kts is OK but when flying faster...).