Luis - that's a great solution that I'd quite overlooked! I'm always creating photo-scenery and lining up things spatially but, this time, I didn't connect the dots and think about it in the context of simply placing scenery for land class, vector, etc. I'd say it's probably the best way to begin and then cross-check with one of the other methods - certainly more real-world accurate spatially for location and alignment (which is one of my pet subjects!).luisfeliztirado wrote:...For my part, I always use aerial images in the background for accurate and realistic object placement, since the default scenery is never really accurately placed anyway. A good aerial image not only shows the exact location of everything, but, with the SBuilderX Measuring Tool...
I do use this approach for airfield alignment. Even without relying on a photo-scenery background for the final airfield scenery, it brings FSX "closer to reality". I should kick myself for not helping Doug with this advice!!