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How do I save a file as DNM format, I can't seem to figure it out...
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think there are some tutorials around that could show you how.
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Polygon crest only does srfs at this moment.
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You'd have to save the .srf then insert it into DNMViewer, then save the .srf as .dnm? or build the aircraft in .srf's and put them together in DNMViewer?
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You build the SRF's in crest, export them, and then import them in dnmviewer. dnmviewer just loads them in.
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