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ça fait plein de petits pixel sur les reliefs Bretons...

J'ai demandé à Google map et ils me disent que c'est les bars et les pubs. et que comme ça fait parti du paysage Breton c'est normal qu'on les retrouve dans les relevés topographiques :D

 

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< Mode bourrin ON > dans CURA, tu augmentes la taille dans Z Mode bourrin OFF >

 

:D

Oui mais il y a une valeur particulière pour avoir une cote valable?

 

Heu oui, désolé. L'ING utilise des X2 à X4 pour le Z, en fonction du relief du site. Exemple, la Corse dans ça totalité est au coef 2. Pour une région plus plane comme l'IDF, il est de 3 à 4.

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