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  1. Hi, I'd build an additional airport (missed at FSXA) with Jon Masterson's Airport Design Editor years ago and now looked closer into the file R4.CSV produced by MakeRunways, due to PMDG's T7 making use of it obviously. It seems to compare the AIRAC Nav-Data with those within the simulator. The result can be seen in the file ARPT_RWY.dat (for those been interested) For the same runway 05/23 of this airport one entry for it's width is '0' (Zero) and the second filled correctly with 43M. However, I found several cases with the same issue and not resticted to add-ons or other self-produced airports. I'm quite sure that it is a bug in MakeRunways and it even might have no influence, neither to RC4 nor to PMDG's bird. At least the latter didn't produce any trouble when I tested it with this specific airport (the other required files had been amended properly, of course). This posting isn't a complain, just a head up and I'm not even sure whether it's worth doing something about it. MakeRunways is a great tool as it is!
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