Justin Tyme of FSGenesis writes ".....Version 2.01 began the process of dividing the original 14 source areas into more localized zones to allow enhanced diversification locally. The northeast US was split into five additional regions in the previous update. This update further splits the western US into 23 additional zones to facilitate future localized adjustments.....".
"........Future updates will further split the entire coverage area into 66 individual zones from the current 42, faciliating the use of additional textures to better reflect localized diversity in the various regions of the coverage area. This update also makes numerous global changes throughout the western US to better reflect real-world land use, as referenced by Virtual Earth satllite imagary.
And please remember that we are greatly relying on localized end-user feedback to tweak the landclass indexes, so don't hesitate to submit your change requests. After installation you should find a handy and convenient link to the FSG BugTracker on your Start menu to facilitate the change request process.
We are committed to making the FSG US National Landclass Project for FSX the best landclass product available
Enjoy, and remember to submit any change requests for areas you are personally familiar with that may not be properly depicted so they may be included in future updates, which will be free.
Once Again, we appreciate your continuing support as we embark into the new FSX-era of flight simulation.........".
| Posted by jackfolla on May 22 2007 12:37:18||1811 Reads - |