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Assuming I am only considering real-time weather, what would I see that is different between AS6.5 and XG vs. ASX and XG?In other words, what enhancement to every day real-time weather would I get by switching from AS6.5 to ASX?

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Well, I bit the bullet and got it. I must say that the combination of ASX and XG produces some stunning skies from real world weather. The one thing it does a little too well is produce low level haze. It probably is a very accurate depiction, but as it is, I may never see Los Angeles or Phoenix again.:-roll Any suggestions on how best to lighten up on the haze without screwing something else up?

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Hi,For haze, try cirrus overcast 4 or 5, and for those using WX influenced and want always these cirrus overcast 4 or 5 to appears in FSX, you must edit the wx influenced in XG, and set all value to 0 for cirrus overcast x default graphics, cirrus overcast 1,cirrus overcast 2,cirrus overcast 3,cirrus overcast 6 and keep cirrus overcast 4 or 5 as they areThanksChris Willishttp://www.hifisim.comhttp://www.hifisim.com/banners/hifi-dev-sigbanner.jpg


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I thought I replied to this last night, but apparently not. I am using cirrus overcast 5, but what I am talking about is the soup, typically below 3,000 ft. It is realistic, but makes screenshots a waste of time.Perhaps, I am missing something obvious.

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