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Yellow stripes on taxiway edges

Hello Gents,
I am looking to create yellow stripe lines as in the picture attached. Are we supposed to paint each line individually or is there a way around it?

You can experiment with adding custom materials in the painted line properties using the material editor.

Many UK airfields have similar but are smaller and closer together.

These are the ones I use for that. Can't remember which painted line in the dropdown box makes them show up. It might be service line dashed. If it isn't, it'll show up eventually.

You'll probably need a lot of trial and error to find something that works but at least it only takes a short time to try a new one.

The way the lines work is that the SDK uses narrow sections of one single texture often with different sections combined, so your own full-sized hatch line may not work as it may be too wide or fiddly.

Worth a try though.


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