On Thu, 09 Dec 2004 10:14:11 -0600, Curtis wrote in message 

> Arnt Karlsen wrote:

> You can definitely do that.  Just list the 0.9.7 tree first in your 
> --fg-scenery path, i.e.:
> --fg-scenery=/stage/fgfs04/curt/Scenery-0.9.7;/stage/fgfs04/curt/Scen
> ery-0.9.5

..semicolon is the path separator?  These are absolute paths, or
relative to $FG-ROOT???
> You may see odd cracks at the borders between 0.9.7 and 0.9.5 scenery 
> but I suspect they would be fairly minor.

..naaah, just a coupla big drinks. Unless you goofed or changed the
scenery path syntax recently, I tried various variants of this: 
fgfs --geometry=1280x1024--fov=75--httpd=8888  --telnet=23 \
--start-date-lat=2004:12:11:12:00:00--airport=ENZV --runway=36 \
--fg-scenery=:/mnt/hdc5/FlightGearScenery/pub/fgfs/Scenery-0.9.5 \ 
--prop:draw-fps=1  &       

..no scenery at ENZV, KOSH or KSFO, and I do have the whole 0.9.5
planet.  Nor could I get the fps from the command line, I had to use the
menus in either the gui or the web server.  Flying over the drink get's
me 4 to 5 fps, over the Bay area Terraserver scenery, I see 1 fps, and
that's flyable, even from the web server in the default C172.  ;-)

..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt... ;-)
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
  Scenarios always come in sets of three: 
  best case, worst case, and just in case.

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