http://ysflightsim.wikia.com/wiki/Advan ... ation_Grid
If you are unfamiliar with Scenery Editor and the map making process, read this first: http://forum.ysfhq.com/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=1578
If the map has few enough elements it is possible to do all of this without exporting things as separate files, but once a scenery has more than three or four of anything, it is very difficult to tell the difference.
Always make a backup copy of the map before doing this. You don't want to lose anything.
- Scenery, Field, or .fld: The map file.
- Child Scenery, or .pc2: The segments of the scenery. Note: When importing, the program calls this a map.
- New scenery: The file to be edited in Notepad, the .fld with the exported .pc2 in it.
- Original scenery: The whole scenery that the final edit will be put back into.
- Scenedit: Scenery Editor
- RGB: Red Green Blue colour code, using numbers between 255 and 0 (Looks like 255 255 255 or 10 54 187 in code). What Scenedit uses to designate colour for items.
(Split into different posts for comprehensibility.)