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    Posted: May-31-2012 at 6:42pm
As for the order within the FSX Scenery library where would/should the UTX entries be with regards to others such as FS Global 2010, 3rd party airport add-ons, Megascenery add-ons, Aerosoft add-ons such as Manhattan X, San Fran X?

UTX above or below all? I also have some Japan airport add-ons/scenery installed as well from the following site: http://fsx.o.oo7.jp/index.htm I have Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama, Osaka, Nagoya and Kobe installed they are currently above the UTX entries within the library order.
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Firstly, always keep the UTX entries in the same relative order to themselves as they were installed. They should all be above any default FSX entries.

As for how to layer UTX as a whole with your other scenery add-ons the general recommendation is that you layer more geographically specific scenery like airports and cities above less geographically specific scenery like countries and continents.

In the case of landclass scenery add-ons, UTX allows layering of these inbetween its own landclass layers. How to do this is explained in the UTX manual installed with the product and in the UTX FAQs in this forum.

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