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218 bytes added ,  17:06, 31 March 2012
Update to 0.9.0 release
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| developedby          = Gijs de Rooy (original by Alex Park)
 
| developedby          = Gijs de Rooy (original by Alex Park)
 
| initialrelease        = March 24, 2009 (original)<br>March 27, 2010
 
| initialrelease        = March 24, 2009 (original)<br>March 27, 2010
| latestrelease = 0.8.x (January 20, 2012)
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| latestrelease = 0.9.x (March 31, 2012)
 
| writtenin            = C++ (Qt)
 
| writtenin            = C++ (Qt)
 
| os                    = Windows, Linux, Mac OS X
 
| os                    = Windows, Linux, Mac OS X
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You can do two things now:
 
You can do two things now:
 
*'''Already-made airports:''' Locate FlightGears <tt>apt.dat.gz</tt> file, which is usually in <tt>[[$FG ROOT]]/Airports/</tt> in the just created directory.
 
*'''Already-made airports:''' Locate FlightGears <tt>apt.dat.gz</tt> file, which is usually in <tt>[[$FG ROOT]]/Airports/</tt> in the just created directory.
*'''Home-made airports:''' if you created an airport in [[TaxiDraw]], just use the .dat file that you exported.
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*'''Home-made airports:''' if you created an airport in [[TaxiDraw]] or [[WorldEditor]], just use the .dat file that you exported.
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Use the button to browse to the .dat file of your choice. If you only want to create the scenery for a specific airport you can enter the ICAO name into the relevant field. By default, only airports within the specified boundaries will be processed.  
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Use the button to browse to the .dat file of your choice. Select the format of your .dat file from the dropdown. TaxiDraw created 810 format, while WorldEditor does the 850 format.
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If you check the checkbox to "Process all airports", the tool will run through the entire apt.dat file, which can take a long (!) time when using the default apt.dat from FlightGear.
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* '''All airports in area''' generates all the airports within the boundaries as set on the start tab.
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* '''Single airport''' to generate the scenery for a specific airport. Enter the ICAO code into the field.
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* '''Single tile''' only processes airports that are located on the given tileid.
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* '''All airports in apt.da''' the tool will run through the entire apt.dat file, which can take a long (!) time when using the default apt.dat from FlightGear.
    
=== Materials ===
 
=== Materials ===

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