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Date: 2008-05-18 14:45

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Schmalfelden Visitor Source Files
Nicholas Bell

This may be of use if you are new to terrain editing. In fact you can delete all the objects and roads, import a new height map, etc and create a new map within the fixed constraints of the original (ie 5 x 5 km, 10 meter grid, etc). Change the file names and the island name in the config file of course to avoid overwriting the Schmalfelden map if you have it.

When I started map editing in January all I had was the BIS sample map and Alex Sworn's sample map. I wished for some other examples to examine. Hopefully this will help answer some questions and encourage people to create new islands.

Place the unzipped Schmalfelden folder directly in your P: drive (not in the CA folder) and you should be able to use it immediately.

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