If any of you are wanting to move all your scenery library entries from FS2002 to FS2004 without the hassle of manually adding them to Scenery Library in FS2004 one by one, you might be interested in the free FS2004 Toolkit I've developed.
You can also use it to install FS2002 scenery (or other add-ons) into FS2004. The only qualifier to this is that you have to be sure that the add-on isn't going to mess up your FS2004 setup (e.g. by overwriting or altering FS2004 'system' files), or be prepared to accept the consequences if it does!
The toolkit includes the following separate programs:
1. FSMigrate - Allows FS2002 Scenery Library entries to be selectively copied to FS2004 without disturbing the existing FS2002 set-up or requiring that scenery be uninstalled/re-installed.
2. FS2002_IS_HERE - Allows FS2002 add-ons to be installed direct into FS2004 by fooling them into thinking FS2004 is FS2002. Can also be used to set or change the FS2002 path in the Registry.
3. FS2004_IS_HERE - Unlikely to be needed, but can be used to set or change the FS2004 path in the Registry.
The toolkit has already been used by members of the Visual Flight Forums and visitors to the FS2004 updates page run by fsmagazine.nl with good feedback and no serious problems reported, but I'd like to test the waters a little more widely before making an official announcement, so your help and feedback would be most welcome.
Please note that use of the toolkit is entirely at your own risk, and you should always check with official web sites and use their recommended updates/installers/patches for FS2004 wherever possible.
You can download the toolkit from:
Visual Flight - Creator of VFR Photographic Scenery
PS. I hope this post doesn't fall foul of any forum rules, but I thought people here may like a chance to try the toolkit ahead of the official announcement/release.