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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby Johan G » Sun Nov 10, 2013 2:04 pm

f-ojac wrote in Sun Nov 10, 2013 7:28 am:...is it worth making it a shared model and make fgdata still bigger?

That's a good and valid point. Thanks! :) I did not think of that at all. :oops:
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby Müller » Sun Nov 10, 2013 4:48 pm

In the case of a thing practically equal, or equal, I would have made a massive import, but I'm not a validator of scenario, and if you accepted is because is correct for the FG. My opinion is different, when I was still sending model when I tried to do unique templates TerraSync.
And as I mentioned in another post the girl SketchUp model until it is cool, looks good on the model 8)
And I rest my opinion in this post, I have nothing more to say.
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby f-ojac » Sun Nov 10, 2013 5:21 pm

If you want to mass import this model, it has to be in fgdata. So this means the models will be on a lot of FG users hard drive, while it's nearly only used in three airports in Germany. We have a lot of complaints from FG users saying fgdata is too big...
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby f-ojac » Sun Nov 10, 2013 6:11 pm

f-ojac wrote in Sat Nov 09, 2013 9:20 pm:Yes, it's a known bug which has been here for around three weeks, since a third party API changed.
Partially fixed, moved to Bing instead of Google, working fine, some white popups with imagery rights infos, but read arrows and usual tools are back. Thanks Martin.
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby Johan G » Sat Jan 25, 2014 3:05 pm

I often (read nearly daily) have a quick look at scenemodels.flightgear.org to see what new models there might have been added, but yesterday and today the server does not seem available.
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby f-ojac » Sat Jan 25, 2014 4:31 pm

Yep, sorry the host in the US is down for now, we're waiting for someone to kindly reboot it.
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby sa7k » Sat Jan 25, 2014 5:10 pm

Johan G wrote in Sat Jan 25, 2014 3:05 pm:I often (read nearly daily) have a quick look at scenemodels.flightgear.org to see what new models there might have been added

There is an rss feed for that in http://scenemodels.flightgear.org/rss/models.php (also down for now).
Now that I mention it maybe it would be good if the feed is updated to show the link to the model which seems to have been changed some time ago, the feed links to http://scenemodels.flightgear.org/modeledit.php?id=1000 for example and it should link to http://scenemodels.flightgear.org/modelview.php?id=1000
I think this would be a minor edit here in line 29 https://gitorious.org/fg/sceneryweb/source/scenemodels/rss/models.php#L29 but I don't really know if this has other consequences in some other place.
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby f-ojac » Sat Jan 25, 2014 6:58 pm

Will have a look, thanks for the report.
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby JVC » Sat Feb 01, 2014 2:16 pm

sa7k wrote in Sat Jan 25, 2014 5:10 pm:
Johan G wrote in Sat Jan 25, 2014 3:05 pm:I often (read nearly daily) have a quick look at scenemodels.flightgear.org to see what new models there might have been added

There is an rss feed for that in http://scenemodels.flightgear.org/rss/models.php (also down for now).
Now that I mention it maybe it would be good if the feed is updated to show the link to the model which seems to have been changed some time ago, the feed links to http://scenemodels.flightgear.org/modeledit.php?id=1000 for example and it should link to http://scenemodels.flightgear.org/modelview.php?id=1000
I think this would be a minor edit here in line 29 https://gitorious.org/fg/sceneryweb/source/scenemodels/rss/models.php#L29 but I don't really know if this has other consequences in some other place.
Thanks.


Hi,

Thanks for this fix!
Waiting for server reboot too.

Cheers!
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby Johan G » Sat Feb 01, 2014 3:45 pm

Fix? I only reported that the server was inaccessible. ;)
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby JVC » Sat Feb 01, 2014 4:49 pm

Oh indeed, I was too fast. Thanks sa7k!!! Sorry for my mistake...
Thanks Johan G for noticing me^^

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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby ludomotico » Sun Feb 02, 2014 12:37 pm

Thank you very much for the new feature in the forms: ignore elevation and use only offset.

It is a very simple change, but simplifies the uploading process and prevents mistakes like forgetting to change custom elevation to -9999. Now, it is just copy&paste the output of the ufo.

A very simple yet powerful idea!
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby Johan G » Sun Feb 02, 2014 2:53 pm

Just to avoid any confusion: The FlightGear Scenery Website is up again. Thanks guys! :D
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby f-ojac » Sun Feb 02, 2014 2:57 pm

Yes, it's back, thanks to everyone involved. Julien also fixed the RSS export, so everything seems to be back to normal again, and uploads and updates are already coming in!
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Re: Scenery webtools (adding, editing, deleting objects&mode

Postby penta » Sun Feb 09, 2014 3:49 pm

penta wrote in Fri Oct 11, 2013 6:52 am:Probably not the right topic to ask this but I get an error when trying to display webGL preview on the scenemodels website: "This model takes more than 5 seconds to load. The script has been canceled, to prevent it from crashing."

Any idea?


Just a heads up on this: the problem is solved with today's commit [1]
I can look again at 3d preview in firefox! Many thanks to Julien Nguyen for fixing this!

[1] https://gitorious.org/fg/sceneryweb/com ... 8b5f7b39c9
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