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The GUI would display the range as <tt>N33W002-N37E002</tt>. This means you have to download all tiles in that range, which are all the tiles as shown in the image on the right. Unpack the downloaded elevation file(s) in <tt>{project's directory}/data/SRTM-3</tt>.
 
The GUI would display the range as <tt>N33W002-N37E002</tt>. This means you have to download all tiles in that range, which are all the tiles as shown in the image on the right. Unpack the downloaded elevation file(s) in <tt>{project's directory}/data/SRTM-3</tt>.
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If you don't know how to find the boundaries range you can use Google Earth with this KMZ file : >> I don't know how/where can I upload a KMZ file. Please help me <<
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# Download KMZ file above
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# Open it with Google Earth and active it (if not yet active). A lot of red lines should appears
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# Zoom where you want know the boundaries range
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# Click on the bottom left boundary wanted and report the displayed value in TerraGear GUI. (i.e: if Google Earth value is "W9_N42", report Minimum Latitude value "42" and Minimum Longitude value "-9")
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# Click on the top right boundary wanted and report the displayd value in TerraGear GUI. (i.e: if Google Earth value is "E6N45", report Maximum Latitude value "45" and Maximum Longitude value "6")
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{{note|You need to use a reasonnable boundaries because mapserver.flightgear.org contains a limit.}}
    
=== Elevation ===
 
=== Elevation ===
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