Deprecated PathsFrom v4.0.0: lines/airport/arrows/taxiline_end.lin
- Original Author: Cormac Shaw
An arrow with pointer and root, approx 2m long, to be used as a stand-alone or end-of-centreline directional indicator. Typically used at the entrance point to an aircraft stand in association with a stand entrance identifier. When placing, ensure your custom line is between 2-6m long so that the whole arrow appears but is not repeated.
This line is drawn at the ‘Markings 0’ level so that its black and yellow elements integrate correctly with the default taxiway centreline graphics.
- Layer Group ⓘThis line is drawn as part of layer group markings. For more information, see the official documentation on the .lin format, and the official documentation on layer group names in the .obj format.: markings
- Layer Offset ⓘThis line is drawn at layer offset 0 within its layer group. -ve offsets are drawn earlier (underneath) and +ve are drawn later (on top). For more information, see the official documentation on the .lin format, and the official documentation on layer group offsets in the .obj format.: 0
- Line Width ⓘThis line has a width of 0.75m (2.46ft). Note that if this item includes multiple lines, this is the width of the widest.: 0.75m (2.46ft)
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