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    Default Below sea level works now?

    I have a question about the new GE5 (a little stupid, I think, but anyway)
    Areas that are below sea level (Dead Sea in Israel, e.g.) are now really below sea level or are they still flat? Now that we have underwater valleys and mountains, I've been wondering about it before downloadin the new version.

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    Tried it earlier cause I was curious. Just the oceans work. The dead sea and inland lakes/seas don't work (even the great lakes).
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    Thanks Spider, but I do not mean the underwater of inland seas, but terrain that in real life is below sea level, like much the area around the Dead Sea and the Jordan, The Netherlands, Dead Valley in California, etc... Thanks again.

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    Dead sea terrain works, hard to tell in the Netherlands cause it's like -17 feet over a huge surface. Ditto death valley, the elevation change is so small that it's hard to tell. Dead sea has underseawater terrain though.
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    Actually, I was just trying to fly under the dead sea. No, most large inland seas work. The great lakes don't but the Mediterranean, Black Sea, and others work. Caspian doesn't.
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